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Red Sky July are Charity Hair, Shelly Poole and Ally McErlaine. Three successful musician/writers united in a love of folk, country, vintage music and vintage clothes.
The achingly beautiful songs on the self titled debut album range from otherworldly modern folk to bluegrass stomp alongs always informed by a wonderful pop sensibility.
Shelly and Charity's perfect two part harmonies throughout combined with Ally's elaborate ,atmospheric guitar playing makes for something really rather special.
Compared to such greats as Simon and Garfunkel and being hailed as a sexier " the Judds " Red Sky can't wait to get out on the road with this new project " That's when it all makes sense " says Shelly " We all spend so long in the studio as writers that coming together to actually play the stuff we love, interact and sing out loud reminds you why you got into music in the first place".
Red Sky July's first album is a true labour of love for three individual players that came together to make a dream and they did.
Godalming-based songwriters Philippa Reed and Chris Maxfield began their musical collaboration in 2003. The resulting body of work - their ongoing Songbook series - is an eclectic reflection of their combined influences, and is threaded by their emotive sense of storytelling, love of harmonies and ear for melodic hooks.
Reed Maxfield draw on a wide range of influences. These stretch from contemporary British folk, to country-rock / Americana and the singer-songwriter genre, and back to 60's / 70's west coast rock/pop. Their local environs have also inspired their songwriting, with 'Winterfold Wood' (Songbook Vol. 2) describing the legends and myths of this Surrey Hills forest, and 'The Old Picture Show' (Songbook Vol. 1) about the demise of Guildford's old Odeon cinema. "We follow our instincts and let the songs come through a natural process." Say the duo. "The key thing for us is to tell a fully-realized lyrical story in a memorably catchy song that you'll be humming away to!"
In 2009, Reed Maxfield released 'Songbook Vol. 1' and subsequently gigged around London and the South East. Their live band also comprises former major label artist Leighton Carter (vocals) and Guildford-based Phil Lockhart (drums / percussion). Reed Maxfield released their new album, 'Songbook Vol. 2' at the beginning of 2013, and are busy gigging throughout the summer in support of the album.
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FARNCOMBE: St John's Church
St John's Street
Shows are held in the Church or the attached Church Room which have unreserved seating for up to 300 and 120 respectively. The Church Room has a bar selling beers, wines, hot and cold drinks. Parking on street or at nearby Farncombe railway station.