A New Funnelonium Banner will be unveiled at the 2011 Copshaw Common Riding.
It is currently undergoing extensive road testing for durability.
Small sections of the Banner have been exposed to a volunteer cross-section of the Border populous. The Chuckle/Groan factor would appear to be balanced quite finely.
This will be the first Banner to adorn a Sousalonium (Pictured Below)
We are delighted to have Karen Moore join us this year for the Copshaw Common Riding.
Karen is a multi instrumentalist more used to making sweet music on a flute with virtuoso wind quartet 'second wind'
Please seek out Second Wind for weddings and functions throughout the Scottish Borders.
Here is a link to their facebook page CLICK HERE
In an interview Karen said :-
"I'm not a brass player but can probably make a noise on a Funnelonium"
That's the spirit ! ... Maybe this is a doorway into a world of Brass ?... who knows :)
The Scottish National Funneloniums will be working with International MixMaster & Mashup Magician Ally Brown over the coming months.
The Electropastic collaboration project is now off the ground and bubbling with possibility's
Scottish National Funnelonium guru 'Great Mungo' announced:-
"After initial concepts were exchanged we arrived at a satisfactory starting point. Which will be '135 BPM' after that its all 100% creative, Our only other goal, that 'electroplastic' should be a fresh sounding original hardcore fusion, Plastic has a 'duck like' resonance which I am sure will activate the mutton on the button throughout the international dance scene.'"
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