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Dulcet Tones


Meet Dulcet Tones



What's the story behind your band's founding?

Dulcet Tones came to life when myself, Cheggra and Scropolo started to bury poor Daffin with new music and he suggested we form our own band. So, we did. laughing Originally there was Q, Cheggra, Butternut, Ryhar, Scropolo, Nutmegan and myself, and Missus Acorne.

How did your band get its name?

We kicked around different names, but I remembered the line from A Princess Bride, my Dulcet Darling, and it struck a chord with me (pun intended).

How did your members meet one another?

We are or were all kin-mates together and we all played with Breakfast Club as well.

How would you describe your band's music?

Hmmm, mixed. Me I like Celtic, seafaring type stuff. Q loves the Classical music, Cheggie is masterful at show tunes, Nutty does a wide range, and Shakes and Butternut always wants me to do more hard/acid or classic rock.

How do you decide which songs to play?

Normally, I do a proposed set list and fire it off to the band. They come back with their thoughts and will include songs they want to hear as well. So, it’s somewhat collaborative. laughing

Do you have a signature song?

Absolutely, I think “Home for A Rest” is the bands favourite and is well known (from what folks out there tell me) by many on Crickhollow, Landroval and Laurelin. My personal favourite though is Tom Bombadil (sung to Gordon Lightfoot’s Pony Man).

What's the highlight of your band's time together?

Oh wow, I don’t know, it may be playing at Winterfest last year or the Rock concert on Landroval. But I think each band member has their own favourite. My own is probably Shirefest two years ago. We had a couple new songs that really put the crowd in the frame of mind that I hoped for when I wrote the lyrics.

Does your band play a regular concert? If so, when and where?

We did play every week, but due to real life I had to cut back. We are just coming back and will be playing once a month. If lucky, I may get it back to twice a month but for now I must stick with a monthly concert.

Does your band have a website, Twitter feed or links to any performances?

We have a website but I am horrible at maintaining it, Twitter feed no, but I really do want to get better at both.

What's the one thing we should know about your band above all else?

We like to have fun with the music. You will normally get a mix from us at every concert, unless we are playing something specific. We all love a wide range of music and this is reflected in both the makeup of the band and the music we play.

Is there anything else you'd like to tell us about your group?

Anyone wanting to play in a band is welcome in the Dulcet Tones! We have band members with home servers outside of Crickhollow and we have a variety of Kins that make up our band. If you are interested, please give us a ring and we will happily plug you into the group. laughing