Lord Toby Jug joins the line-up at Kingstock Festival on Sunday
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Lord Toby Jug is joining The Lord Protectors line-up at the Kingstock Festival on Sunday to raise awareness about homeless people.
Since forming the Eccentric Party of Great Britain in January, Lord Toby has stood against Boris Johnson in Uxbridge at the general election; had the premiere of his film A Different Drummer: Celebrating Eccentrics; recorded his theme song Eccentric Guitars and is planning a tribute album to his mentor Screaming Lord Sutch, collaborating with Joshua Francis, his musical director, songwriter and producer.
Lord Toby, Joshua and wife Samantha and friends formed Joshua Francis & The Lord Protectors to fight for the dignity of the poor of the area after their hearts were touched by a homeless lady named Donna.
Although he has declined other festivals this summer Lord Toby, who plays bass, is joining the Lord Protectors’ live line-up at the Kingstock Festival on Sunday August 23 at Moggerhanger Park Bedfordshire.
Joshua Francis & The Lord Protectors’s albums Nation of Galatians and Gospel Station, along with Joshua’s solo album I’m Sure I’m Not Mine are available for free dowload on Soundcloud and Yourlisten. All albums are also available on Youtube.
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Lord Toby said “First I played with Screaming Lord Sutch, now I’m in The Lord Protectors. I’m about to record a tribute album to my late friend, Screaming Lord Sutch, it’s great to be surviving and still rocking, Sutch Is Life!”
INFO: www.lordtobyjug.co.uk; www.kingsstock.co.uk.
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