Busking in the sun : How a band on the road have raised over £500 for Fair Frome

  Posted: 16.09.20 at 10:17 by The Editor

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Paul Kirtley isn't scared of anything - literally.

It is he who named his band (after the punchline of a joke which he can longer remember) and together they have raised over £500 for Fair Frome in just five weeks.

Having gone on the road due to coronavirus, the group, We Don't Scare Easy Tribe ( David Goodman Chris Chapman Jim Cook Steve Tomkinson and Paul) have been playing wherever and whenever carrying their red Fair Frome donation bucket.

Paul said: " We've only been going since 10 August - 35 days - formed during this horrendous period of Covid-19 that has restricted live music opportunities to a minimum. I'm over the moon and so grateful to my Tribe band members and everyone who continue to support us."

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Nub News will have a special feature on this guitar hero on our site this coming weekend. So look out for that.

But today (September 16) we wanted to share some of his music, and a composition made specifically for Frome today while he was out busking in the centre.

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