Yule Blog

Seems like a while since the last missive from Fisheyeland, so lets get up to date… Our first gig in quite some time – at the annual Row for the Cure event back in September – went swimmingly. It was good to be back in the saddle again, and Stanley certainly scored on his debut, as they say in sporting circles. It was a great day, beautiful sunshine & a good cause – what more could you ask for? There’s a new addition to our “Coverville” canon, this time it’s “Ring of Fire” that gets the Fisheye make-over – check out the Music page to listen and download. Many thanks to Andrew Baillie, guesting as the “Jock Stax” horn section. There’s one more classic to come from these sessions, so keep an eye out for that. And as we stampede towards Christmas, is it of course time for the unveiling of the Fisheye Christmas Spectacularama edition for this year. 2012 sees Jimmy Webb’s rather lovely ballad “Whatever Happened To Christmas?” getting the Fisheye festive treatment – we hope that y’all enjoy it as much as we did putting it together. Ghosts of Fisheye Christmas’ past are also available for delectation and download on the Music page. Andy, the Phil Spector of Fisheyeland, has been posting reminiscences of these previous recording sessions on our Facebook page, which make entertaining reading – check out the Links page to get the low down. As we head into the New Year we’ll be gearing up for our next scheduled show at the Olde Blind Dog St Patrick’s day celebration in Alpharetta – be sure to ink that date into your diaries. Until next time – Happy Holidays, y’all! The ‘F’ in Fisheye

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