After stopping at Woodbridge and Ipswich, the BBC Suffolk Introducing tour bus rolled into Boxford on 25 February 2010 for the final date of the inaugural tour. All Boxford photos courtesy of Ross Dean.
The Fleece has a proud history of hosting live music, especially jazz, and the venue was at capacity to show support for latest local heroes This Boy Wonders.
The net was cast slightly further afield for the night's other live band - Umbrella Assassins. The band started with recent single I Don't Know About That.
New band Steel Pictures and agent Bob Paterson stopped by for a chat on air before Umbrella Assassins closed the show with Psyclone Cities.
And that was that. Thanks to all the bands, venues and people who came along, or listened to the shows. Thanks to Ben, Jen and Ross for the photos. Hopefully we'll do it all again soon.
Leg two of the first BBC Suffolk Introducing tour, and Graeme Mac and Richard Haugh were broadcasting live from The Swan, Ipswich, on Thursday, 4 February 2010.
Opening the show were Ipswich band The Cads, who spoke of their joy at being picked up by BBC Introducing locally and nationally.
Landlord Damian Royal gave the lowdown on the Ipswich music scene, saying it's important local bands get to support touring acts.
Ideals, with a new fourth member, impressed the packed pub with their sound which had elements of The Cure, Bloc Party and White Lies.
After the live broadcast was over, both bands stuck around to perform full sets - with tracks to be broadcast on BBC Suffolk Introducing at a later date.
All photos from Ipswich courtesy of Jenny O'Neill. The final stop of the tour is at the Boxford Fleece on Thursday, 25 February 2010.
Richard Haugh and Graeme Mac took the BBC Suffolk Introducing... show on tour in 2010. The first stop was The Anchor in Woodbridge on Thursday, 4 February.
Woodbridge band (((Oh Dear were live guests in the pub opposite the town's railway station. They played a couple of tracks on the radio show and a fuller set later.
(((Oh Dear's Marcus Neal talked about the local music scene and lack of a purpose-built small venue for gigs.
The Anchor's bar manager Vernon Blackmore tries to put on a range of music including pop, rock, folk and jazz.
The Anchor was close to its 100 capacity, which meant people were left outside. Listen to a podcast of BBC Suffolk Introducing... by visiting the BBC Introducing section of this website.
Framlingham's Ed Sheeran was the second live guest of the night. The tour also visits Ipswich and Boxford in February 2010 where other bands will play live during and after the live broadcast.
Former Woodbridge schoolboys The Cheek popped in for a chat ahead of the release of their major label debut album. They've recorded several sessions for BBC Suffolk. All Woodbridge photos by www.benners.co.uk
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