This is a list (and some photos above) in no order of priority, of people we admire, respect, who have been inspirational, those who have helped us out, pointed us in the right direction and generally been hugely positive influences on making the Trowmen who we are today. WE LOVE YOU ALL!!!
The Young 'Uns - Enormously talented, extremely funny, massively supportive, THANK YOU for everything guys.
Kingsdown Wine Vaults - Our former spiritual home in Bristol. Regular gigs here from 2014-2017, awesome clientele, outstanding beer. Time to revisit?
Associated British Ports (ABP) - Our primary corporate client who took us to multiple major party conferences and events around Europe for (their) political lobbying. Couldn't have worked for a nicer bunch of people!
Picaresque Studio - An Italian PC game developer who selected us for the soundtrack of their 2018 release 'Nantucket', which went on to sell 30,000+ copies, giving us a truly worldwide audience and new fanbase :-). See the trailer for the game here.
Jez Hellard - A true troubadour! Musical talent to die for, and a thoroughly lovely guy too :-)
Shammick Acoustic - Barbara and Tom, legends in their own right, who run a great folk club down in Coombe Martin. hugely supportive.
The Harry Browns - Local shanty rivals, no, friends. We have been EPIC together (and have the photographic evidence!)
The Teacups - Much better looking than us, far more talented musicians, but we have more robust vocal folds!
The Firepit Collective - Mad, edgy,anarchic, rebellious.... and that's just before breakfast! Go see Jay and Chesney, soon!
Alan Cole - Focuses (snigger!) on folk events, and absolutely takes the BEST photos. A natural talent.
The Hunters Inn, Exmoor - The venue for one of our most memorable gigs. Generous hosts and beautiful location, HIGHLY recommended!
Screamin' Miss Jackson & The Slap Ya' Mama Big Band - Awesome! Long name means no room for website... Ahh, they don't appear to have one!
The 2 Anchors - Or the Twankers as they're affectionately known! Gloucester based, huge fun, shanty stalwarts.
Teyr - A formidable folk trio who showcase sounds from across the British Isles. Love 'em.
Downend Folk Club - A passionate and knowledgeable bunch who offered an intimate and incredibly warm performance environment.
Laraba Kendig - One of our fans in the USA who is an author, writing variations on 'Pride & Prejudice' by Jane Austin, who was so taken by our stuff that she asked if we could provide an 'Official SoundTrack' for her latest novel!