Progressive Rock Revisited in the 21st Century
The Tirith are a cult blues tinged progressive rock band from the 70s that have somehow found themselves transported by time into the 21st Century.
The band hail originally from Loughborough Leicestershire, where they played as their previous incarnation "Minas Tirith".
The reformed Tirith is a 3 peice current lineup Tim Cox (guitars), Dick Cory (bass and vocals), and Carl Nightingale (drums)
The Tirith features the songs of Tim Cox and Dick Cory. Tim and Dick began writing together when they were at Loughborough Grammar School in the 70s. Tim and Dick are now writing and playing original blues tinged prog rock together again after many years. The songs are a mixture of vintage Minas Tirith material and new songs.
The return to Loughborough. It was 40 years ago today 22nd April 1973 when The Tirith last played our home town. The band will play The Gallery Cafe/Bar on Sat 15th June 2013
The Tirith will return to The Wheatsheaf Inn Chesterfield on Saturday 29th June 2013.
Playing "The Longest Day Festival" Sun Inn Chesterfield Sunday 30th June 2013.
The song "The Daughter Of The Water" to be featured on the cover disc of Prog Magazine on sale 29th May.
The master recording of "The Tower" now streaming on here.
The Tirith to record album of classic material in 2012 / 2013