Book Puts Festival Greats In The Frame

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Win A Copy Of A Decade In Images

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Cherry Good Indeed

Black Stone Cherry

Yesterday, Black Stone Cherry launched their third album, Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea, with a very special intimate acoustic performance for a few dozen Planet Rock listeners at the British Music Experience in London.

The band performed songs from their new album along with a handful of first and second album classics requested by the audience, including a remarkable performance of ‘Things My Father Said’ which the band re-learned live onstage after forgetting the chords.

Nick was invited to shoot the gig – take a look at his images of this special event.

Spreading The Folking Word

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Win a copy of A Decade In Images

Book Competition

We’ve teamed up with to run a competition to win a copy of Nick’s new Cambridge Folk Festival photographic book A Decade In Images. Enter the competition and if you win you can have your very own copy of the book in a choice of cover – Joan Baez to Robert Plant.

So what are you waiting for? ENTER HERE

Books books books!

TEN - A Decade In Images Meeting

We’ve been busy discussing the promotion of the new book ‘TEN – A Decade in Images’ with the Cambridge Folk Festival team and publisher, Rufus Stone. As well as media events and interviews over the next couple of months, there’s also lots of plans emerging for the festival itself including book signings and Question & Answer sessions with Nick on-site.

Stocks of the book are strictly limited to 1,000 copies of the standard edtion and only 200 of the ultra-limited extended HARDKASES edition, so don’t leave it too long before you pre-order your copy!

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The gallery has had so many requests to join Twitter that we’ve finally set up an account at @nickelliottpics. Click the logo to read our tweets at and make sure you sign-up to follow us!


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