DTJ@Welsh Cider and Perry Festival

What a fab day at the Welsh Cider and Perry Festival, Caldicot Castle, yesterday. It was our pleasure to play to such a chilled and happy crowd, made even better with the arrival of the sun. Thank you to Paul for asking us to play and to all the helpers and organisers of this fantastic event - especially the sound crew who were spot on. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


DTJ @ Glanusk Estate Garden Show

What a great day at the Glanusk Estate Garden Show. It was a pleasure to busk during the day in this wonderful setting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DTJ @ The Globe, Alvington

A big thanks to Gary and all the staff at the great venue that is The Globe in Alvington for inviting us to play and for making us feel so welcome. It was a great pleasure to do this for everyone who as there - we hope you enjoyed the evening and the music. If you missed it, Don't Tell Johnny will be playing next at the Welsh Cider and Perry Festival on the afternoon of May 26th at Caldicot Castle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DTJ @ The Three Tuns

What a great afternoon/evening yesterday in The Three Tuns, Chepstow. We really enjoyed playing for you and thank you to everyone who came along to make it the party it was! Thanks to our guest artists (Jim McTaggart, Louise Armstrong and Simon Cottle, Dave Lowndes and Lucian Campbell-Kemp) for some fantastic music. Thanks also to Giles and Lisa and all the staff at The Three Tuns for inviting us to play and for keeping the refreshments flowing during the afternoon! Finally, a special mention and thanks to Phil Swire, Chepstow's foremost sound engineer, for doing the sound for us in a packed pub and at such short notice. We hope you enjoyed the music and fun! If you missed it, you can catch Don't Tell Johnny next at the The Globe in Alvington on April 28th.

DTJ @ The Village Inn, Sebury

A big thanks to Zoe Evans and all the staff at The Village Inn in Sedbury for inviting us to play on 20th February. We enjoyed playing some of our more up-beat covers to help Saturday night go with a swing!

DTJ @ The Three Tuns

A big thank you to everyone who came along to the Don't Tell Johnny Christmas Special on Sunday 17th December, 2017. We hope you enjoyed the music as much as we enjoyed playing for you and we hope it helped you get into the Christmas spirit. Well done to Jim, Julie, Pete and Janette for their superb festive fancy dress outfits - well deserved prize winners! Thank you again to Jim for his superb Christmas set during the break. Finally, thank you Giles and Lisa and all the staff at The Three Tuns for inviting us to play at this great music pub -its always our pleasure. Plenty more coming up at the Tuns during the festive season - Johnny plays the Jam is one not to be missed on Thursday! Merry Christmas to all from Dont Tell Johnny!

DTJ @ Chepstow Beer Festival

What a great evening at the Chepstow Beer Festival in the Drill Hall with some fantastic beers and a great crowd. Thank you to Glen Eliis for inviring us to play and for everyone who was there enjoying the beer and the music. It was great to have former band member Nerijus back in the line-up for this event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DTJ on Triangle Radio

A big thanks to Chris Arscott for his feature on Dont Tell Johnny on his Folk and Acoustic show on traingle radio (www.triangleradio.co.uk) this week and for playing three of our songs (Alliston Road, Severn Princess and Caitlin's Daughter) and including an interview with the band following the Forest Folk Club gig. Much appreciated Chris! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DTJ @ Forest Folk Club

A big thanks to Jan O'Neill for inviting us to play at the Forest Folk Club last night - we really enjoyed the evening and we hope that everyone who came along did as well. Thanks to Chris Arscott from Triangle Radio for hosting the event and for all his encouragement. The Forest Folk Club is well worth a visit for those looking for a great musical evening in a really friendly atmosphere. 

DTJ @ Chepstow Riverside Bandstand 2017

A big thanks to all those who came to see us play at the Chepstow Riverside Bandstand yesterday. Not put off by the weather forcast, it was a great afternoon until the inevitable downpour arrived. But even then it was really nice to see how many people took shelter (particularly under the willow tree) and stayed on to the end. Your support and enthusisam is greatly appreciated! We hope you had a good time. Thanks to Ned for inviting us to play.