Friday 24 June Carol Grimes & Friends https://www.wegottickets.com/event/541801 Carol Grimes is a towering presence in the UK music scene; from busking in the streets as a
Tears to silver. V.1 Sitting here watching life walk by Wishing I was 12 miles high Then I could see all I want to see
The Shout. A group I sang with for many years. Christmas. Lights in the dark, all glittering, woven into the trees in the park and
December 20th At The Norfolk in Sandgate. Seasonal songs. From 7 P.M.
First released in 1986, Eyes Wide Open by Carol Grimes has recently been re-released. Recorded between Dec 85 and Feb 86 at Livingston Studios This
Monday 2nd August a first gig with an audience since March 7th 2020 …actual human beings. A wonderful evening with a warm and lovely audience.
Live at Ronnie Scotts Line-up: CAROL GRIMES vocals; ANNIE WHITEHEAD trombone; STEVE LODDER piano/keys; ALISON RAYNER bass; ROD YOUNGS drums CAROL GRIMES ‘THE SINGERS TALE’
In the introduction for BBC 3, I am introduced as Michael Henry with Manickam Yogeswaran. I am sure it was me at the time? My
On average a 5/6 minute read Track 4/5 minute listen. For Jan Allain, dizzy Buddy. Sleep, sleep, let me sleep. Tinnitus. Head, mind, ears &
An interview… and some of our musical adventures over the years… I am almost resigned to this life..day after evening after night talking to me
I sang to gave myself meaning and identity, to heal and speak my truth. 2020. Desperate for identity, belonging, a tribe..I lied, fibbed, made myself
July 3rd 2020. A day to say goodbye. On Friday we gathered for Arike, my first time out with lots of people, since lock down
‘What’s that got to do with price of Pilchards?’ You may well ask. ‘How very dare you?’ Well, I dare, so there. Here is My
My name is Carol Grimes. I have been singing for my supper since the late 1960s, therefore I have more T Shirts than one woman
I posted this in January 2020..it seems as if a two lifetimes away..back then..when we were hearing the news about Corona Virus ..cruise ships ..
Ageing and the rest. Michael Kemp took an extract from my Book, The Singers Tale, re wrote the scene into a song lyric/poem and –
On being 75 years old. How do you deal with your creativity, still flowing and your need to search and do is as strong as
London Tales A Sparrow. © A poem I wrote turned to song. Recorded in Minnis Bay Kent & produced by Jennifer Maidman, who played hands
Scrapbook. Earls Court the Grove Days in W2/W11/W10. 2 Tracks Blues for Louis & Uphill Peace of mind. A slideshow with 2 of my tracks,
String Carol grimes September 2018 © String rhymes with sing and wing, I like string. A useful thing – made of many colours, textures, thickness,
A Track / my favourite things/ writing / photos/snapshots of a life/ London Tales Folkestone Skies & Seas. These are a few of my favourite
War Bombs Marches and listening to Music. 1962-1963. CND. Activism. Extracts. The Singer’s Tale. Roots. My Grandfather Percival Brimblecombe WW1 BEWARE We have been here
BLOW THE FUSE PRESENTS CAROL GRIMES Presented by: Blow The Fuse LONDON: St Matthias Hall (map) Friday 24th June, 2022 Door time: 7:00pm, Start time: 8:00pm All