Tiger Moth Tales is the brainchild of Nottinghamshire based musician and writer Peter Jones. Apart from his own projects, Jones has been the keyboard player with prog legends Camel since 2016, as well as joining the Francis Dunnery band on the last two It Bites show tours.
He has been involved in the music industry performing around the UK and recording his own material since the late 90s.
He made his first real venture in to progressive rock in 2013, in an attempt to make a new start and to break away from his previous projects.
The resulting album was Cocoon, which was released the following year to great reviews from critics and prog fans alike.
Cocoon is a concept album on the subject of Childhood, and coming to terms with the loss of childhood. The journey goes through stages of Innocence, joy, imagination, stories, friendship, love, nature, nostalgia, grief, acceptance and rebirth.
Since the success of Cocoon, Jones has released three more albums under the Tiger Moth Tales band name. He has performed many shows with the Tiger Moth Tales band, including sets at festivals such as Prog Dreams in the Netherlands, the UK’s Summer’s End, and Progstock in the US.
Join Pete Jones and the band for an evening of prog, melodies and stories.
Co – headliners The Blackheart Orchestra
With their new album Mesmeranto entering the official rock charts at number 18 , inspirational, award-winning electronic folk pioneers The Blackheart Orchestra take their music to a new, unexplored dimension. Described as “A mesmerizing powerhouse” “An avant-garde musical utopia” and “One of the most extraordinary voices singing anywhere today” vocalist Chrissy Mostynand multi-instrumentalist Rick Pilkington combine their classical influences with vintage synthesisers and ultra contemporary electronicato create music that takes over the senses.
As emotionally charged as it is musically accomplished, expect sublime harmonies, virtuoso guitar, piano and synthesiser playing and songwriting and arrangements that take the audience ”from heart-breaking to uplifting in a single song”. With awards including Best British Duo, a Limelight Progressive Music Award Nomination and being voted in the UK’s Top 4 Best New Bands, plus performances at the London Palladium and Royal Albert Hall, The Blackheart Orchestra are two voices and thirteen instruments that create a unique musical experience that is truly ground-breaking.
Nominated for The Limelight Award
2018 Progressive Music Awards
Winner ‘Best British Duo’ Exposure Music Awards
Voted #4 Best New Band of 2018
PROG Magazine Readers’ Poll
No.18 Official UK Rock Album Chart October 2019
No.16 Official UK Independent Album Chart October 2019
“Beautiful, powerful and inspiring” Steve Hackett, Genesis
“Wow…just wow!” Annie Haslam, Renaissance