An interview with Pye Hastings by Alessandro Freschi (Distorsioni), originally published on 26 January 2016, in Distorsioni web magazine in both Italian and English. Continue reading
Please visit the link for a review, by Jim Cornall, of the concert at the Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham, Sussex on 15th March 2016. Continue reading
25 years ago I was fortunate to catch the original quartet playing a one-off reunion gig, some fifteen years after having previously seen the line up which made the ‘Blind Dog at St Dunstan’s’ album.
Having criminally neglected to follow the band’s progress since that memorable performance in 1991 I approached this show with some trepidation, afraid that my fond memories might be tarnished by something that couldn’t possibly live up to understandably cautious expectations. Continue reading
Caravan will be playing two concerts in Japan in September 2015, both at the Shinjuku Blaze, Tokyo.
We would like to announce that we have new Caravan t-shirts on our website paradisefilter.com
There are two designs and 4 colours and both are Caravan logos from the mid 70’s.
We have produced a limited edition dark grey and pink Caravan T-shirt, which will be available to pre-order in sizes medium to XXL.
These will take around 2 weeks to deliver as they will be produced to order.
The black, light grey and white t-shirts are in stock. These sold out on the last three gigs so we now have new stock.
We hope you like them.
During the power outage at St. John’s Church Farncombe, the band relaxed and discussed an acoustic set list. Geoffrey explained how playing acoustic spoons is easier and less painful than the electric ones. Continue reading
Caravan during their sound check at St. John’s Church, Farncombe. Continue reading
What happens on tour usually stays on tour. However with Paradise Filter Caravan reveal how crowdfunding gave them a new lease of life – and the real stories behind what they tell the WAGs! Continue reading
What a pleasure to see Caravan again, and with new material from their new CD as a bonus!
Review by: John Hutton. Continue reading