Rustique news

Caught the imagination at Sidmouth Folkfest!!

Submitted by rust1que on Tue, 06/08/2013 - 13:45

Following their well received set at the Volunteer Arms at Sidmouth, Rustique decended upon the Swan for a jamming session.The session in the garden seemed a little too serious for the Rustique lads, and there were a couple of 'Old Timers' kitted out with spoons and washboards sitting quietly in the corner.

More new songs from Rustique.

Submitted by rust1que on Thu, 01/08/2013 - 08:56

Rustique continue to expand their library of new songs. Following 'Jog on!' written by John (the squeeze) Pete Beach has now written   'Erik the Herring Gull'.Rustique songs are distinctive in their lively nature and rythyms, and quirky lyrics.More songs are currently being completed, so keep an ear out for them.

This will allow those wishing to book a party venue the opportunity to arrange music at the same time. The Waterfront will also cover all catering requirements.If agreed this will lead to a simple way to organise a venue, catering and entertainment in a one stop shop.

Extended line-up for St.Patricks day 2013.

Submitted by rust1que on Wed, 20/03/2013 - 16:10

Local vocalist Rohan will join Rustique for their St. Patrics day celebrations at the BerrowSocial Club. Also in the lineup will be the best Banjo player we know of in the area Ted Heath.Rohan's pure tennor voice and extensive repetoir of Irish ballads and Ted's ability to add flair to any performance will ensure a great night of lively Irish music.Rustique played this venue on St. Patrics day 2012 and have been invited back by popular request.Rustique usually perform acoustic numbers from past era's including Bluegrass, Irish and Cajun. 

Rustiques new song.

Submitted by rust1que on Tue, 08/05/2012 - 10:16

Rustique have included their new song 'Jog On!' into their repartee'. The song, penned by John Clist (Accordion) was written about all those impolite and bossy people you occasionally have the misfortune to meet at work, or when shopping etc.The name 'Jog On!' stems from the advice given to John's wife Susan when she returned from a Christmas shopping trip upset at the way she had been treated. John's son Ed offered her the advice " You should have told them to jog on Mum!"