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by Sam Kelly on May 17th, 2021

I’m really thrilled to be able to say that the my diary has started to fill up for the rest of this year and well into 2022.

I cannot wait to be back behind the drumkit again, performing on stage with my friends and fellow band members.  The past year has been so very difficult for us all but I have been lucky and have stayed healthy and safe.  I am really very thankful for that. 

I have been involved in a few projects during lockdown.  There is a film/documentary in the pipeline about my life, my brother’s (sculptor George ‘Fowokan’ Kelly) and my eldest son’s (Godfather of Hardhouse, DJ Skol) and how we have all been involved in the arts and the impact it has had on us.  I’m hoping this can go to the Summer Film Festivals for release later in 2021.  

I have been involved in a couple of radio show interviews, podcasts and long-distance phone calls researching into my history in “The Blues”.  More of this coming up over the next few months.

Thursday 1st July 2021 sees my Station House band returning to The Maltings in Farnham under the Boogaloo Promotions banner.  I have also been busy organising rehearsals for my reggae band, FOWOKAN – we are performing at Little Big Festival in Ashburton, Devon on Saturday 7th August 2021.  

Thank you again for all your support – it really is appreciated.

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