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Multi-instrumentalist Peter Jones releases video for his new track The Ballad Of Longshanks John - from upcoming album The Depths Of Winter.

The song features on the upcoming album The Depths Of Winter, which will arrive on November 20 via White Knight Records.

Jones explains: “The Ballad of Longshanks John is a musical setting of the folk tale of the events leading up to the death of Robin Hood. It tells of how Robin sought help from his cousin, a prioress, who offers to bleed him to cure his sickness, which was a common practice of the time.

Read the full article at TeamRock.com


Tiger Moth Tales - Live At Summer's End (The Official Bootleg).

In 2016, Tiger Moth Tales opened up proceedings for the Saturday lineup at the prestigious Summer's End Prog festival.

This was only the second outing for Tiger Moth Tales as a full band, but the crowd was certainly impressed and Prog Magazine described it as "The unexpected triumph of the weekend!"

For those who couldn't be there on the day, the whole show along with the great atmosphere of the audience is captured in this official bootleg recording available as a download only from here:
Experience the event now!


T-Shirts Available

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we have a limited number of the latest Tiger Moth Tales T-shirts also available at bandcamp:

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A fantastic 2016

2016 was a wonderful year for Pete, including the release of the Red Bazar album, working with Camel, Francis Dunnnery and other big prog names.

2016 also saw the first long awaited gigs from the Tiger Moth Tales full band. In 2017 both Tiger Moth Tales and Red Bazar will be working towards new albums, while playing various shows around the UK and internationally.

In the meantime, you can see the full Tiger Moth Tales band in action here:
View the Youtube Teaser


Camel DVD

In 2016 Pete Jones was invited to join prog legends Camel as their keyoard player for a mini tour of Japan in May 2016.

Pete is now officially a member of Camel and the DVD capturing the Japan tour is now available from Camel's web site:

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Pete is off to Japan

Legendary prog band Camel have recruited Tiger Moth Tales man Peter Jones for their upcoming appearance in Japan.

Pete Jones will take over keyboard duties with Andy Latimer and co at the Progressive Rock Fes 2016, at the Hibiya Outdoor Theater, Tokyo, on May 22 – an event that also features Steve Hackett. Jones says: “It gives me great pleasure, not to mention some disbelief, to announce that I will be playing keyboards for Camel. “You could say I've got the complete opposite of the hump. I can't wait to work with such prog royalty."

For more info about Camel and the their upcoming dates, please visit their site:


Best Newcomer!

Pete Jones AKA Tiger Moth Tales, voted Best Newcomer in the Classic Rock Society magazine, and voted 'One To Watch in 2016' by the readers of Prog Magazine.


New 'Red Bazar' Album...

The new Red Bazar album which features lyrics and vocals by Tiger Moth Tales's Pete Jones, is now available to order.

"The album 'Tales from the Bookcase' which we've been crafting over the last couple of years is finally ready to be unleashed.
Red Bazar are a Nottingham based prog band, previously known for their quality instrumental prog releases.

On this album they wanted to try vocals as they've always been instrumental before. So it happily fell to me to work on lyrics and
vocal melodies to accompany the groove packed, atmosphere laiden tracks. The result is 'Tales from the Bookcase' which takes (as the
name might suggest) some inspiration from novels and short stories. It has also led me in to more serious and deep subject matter, which I think will appeal to the more hardline proggers out there. No singing goats to be seen here folks. It's been a great experience working with a band and I feel like we all delivered for the creation of a cracking album which I hope will appeal to RB fans and Mothingtons alike.

To preorder the album, follow this link:
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