July 17, 2019
The Bow Fiddlies are one of the finest acoustic strolling acts that we have on our books and recently entertained guests at a lovely event in a beautiful venue by the River Thames, Somerset House. All photos by Matt Chung.
Not all blogs have to be long and this is probably one of those because in truth there isn’t a whole lot to add except that if you are looking for an acoustic strolling band that deliver two acoustic guitars, singing and some of the finest violin playing in the capital, The Bow Fiddlies should be precisely the band to which you turn.
Featuring charismatic band members and only the finest repertoire that includes hits from the past forty years and beyond, the band prides themselves on bringing only the very best tunes to an event. That was certainly the case at Somerset House just a few weeks ago with the gents looking particularly dapper with a smart look and shades. Perfect for the summer!
Needless to say, attendees to the event absolutely loved the band and it’s easy to see why! Being acoustic, the group need absolutely no electronics or leads, whilst the fact that they roam means that each and every guest is able to enjoy their music as the evening progresses. They were also wonderfully suited to Somerset House, a venue that lends itself particularly well to acoustic acts (what can we say, it’s just something about the building!)
We cannot wait to return to Somerset House again in future and hope very much that the wait won’t be too long!
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By Henry Fosdike