Curtis Eller's American Circus was named one of the eight best bits at the 2015 Glastonbury Festival by the British Performing Rights Society!
Read all about it in M Magzine:
"GLASTONBURY 2015: EIGHT BEST BITS: Now back in the land of the living, with woolly heads and vacant grins plastered across our faces, we’re taking stock of the ace annual freakshow that is Glastonbury Festival.
From Mark E Smith’s suspicious on-stage wet patch to banjo madman Curtis Eller’s fab cover of Talking Heads’ Slippery People, we’ll be casting our creaky minds back to the best things we saw, smelt, tasted and heard at Britain’s biggest rave-up…
Banjo-bashing, somersault-styling Curtis Eller says his USP is ‘gospel music for atheists combined with dance fads for amputees’ and, having caught his bouncing set at dusk on the Bandstand, he’s not far wrong.
With ravishing song titles such as Sugar in My Coffin and Henry Kissinger’s Dance Party, and an infatiguable desire to run about being silly, Curtis delivered the best laugh-out-loud, bluegrass-laced moments of the entire festival."
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