The PGs are a local SE London group that defy easy pigeon-holing. They comprise of singers Mary Currie and Alison Craig, together with Nat Wallace who has recently joined them on guitar.
They have been described as “Folk n Foley”, but they are a bit more than just that, turning their musical spotlight onto anything from Music Hall to Prog Rock. A PGs set reflects the band’s broad musical tastes and an exploratory, often fun ,always unique and tuneful approach to their arrangements. Teacups, Whirly tubes, Megaphones, Door latches and Harmonies all help to bring texture to their sound.
Although they are a relatively trio, they have already appeared at Bermondsey Folk Festival, The Byline Festival & the BBC Music Day.
Warning! Kazoos may be used during the course of this performance - but assurances are given that this will be done sensitively and sparingly!
Deptford Wives are rockabilly lounge lizards playing bi-millenial blues.
Edori Fertig, artist and singer, brings New York style to classic Lee Hazlewood, Peggy Lee and other covers while her original lyrics chart a wry and dry course through the perils of modern middle age. Nat Wallace on guitar and bass provides the moody, twangy accompaniment to Edori's soulful vocals while cutting up sharp in his hand-made Nudi suit.