Although me ma says being a bard is no true profession, it sure is hard work. Wandering around, learning songs, writing some yerself, always having the lute ready fer a performance. I love it, though. And here is a song about it!
Yer may have noticed that rather a lot of me tunes have a slight food theme going. Them prove rather popular in the Shire. So here is the Grand Food Song! Even all them longshanks at this year’s Weatherstock concert liked this one.
So what do yer do on a rainy day when there are no biscuits around? Yer hope and pray that yer mouse bakes some, that’s what yer do! Here is the Grand Biscuit Song!
Every spring, the locals search for the singing badgers in the Shire woods. Last night, a group of hobbits swore they saw them badgers in the woods near Tuckborough! I am sure it is all nonsense, but here is a song about it anyway. And perhaps even a few drawings of badgers.
A fair lass with golden hair and a sweet voice. A heartbroken lad. The enchanted musicians of a dark Shire forest. Welcome to a magical night where old tales come alive.
The magic happens Sunday February 26th, in the evening But what is the magic? The secrets are now unveiled! Clues will be added during the week! Clue no. 1: A lass with a sweet voice and golden hair Clue no. 2: A dark forest glade Clue no. 3: Inspired by tales from the early days …
Tonight was the big day in Bramblebury, when Amorey and Peppy had their handfasting ceremony! Here’s a song written for the occasion.