The Shed Sessions arose from a desire to find a way to bring performing artists and our audience together during the many months of the government’s blanket ban on live performances. Attracting many hundreds of followers to the Shed Sessions Facebook group, the initiative enabled artists to pick a selection from their video archive and add colour with recorded clips of themselves talking about their work. Or in some cases, like Gerard Logan’s reading of Oscar Wilde’s The Star Child, they recorded a set especially for The Goods Shed audience.

Ivan Campo – 30 March 2021

Randomly named after the Spanish former Real Madrid and Bolton Wanderers footballer of the same name, these guys have a truly wonderful sound. Let their beautiful songs transport you somewhere far away from your living room! Visit for band news, videos, dates, merchandise and much, much more.

Elles Bailey – 24 March 2021

Super-hard-working, smoky-voiced icon of the Americana scene, Elles Bailey selected a superb selection of her recordings exclusively for Tetbury Goods Shed. Starting with a live version of “Same Flame” from her Wildfire Deluxe album, recorded at Tetbury’s Modern World Studios, Elles introduces a showcase of the talent that has won her numerous awards and a worldwide following. Visit her site to view her latest video “Love is Gonna Win” and to check out her upcoming tour dates, shop and more.

Holder & Smith – 17 March 2021

Ben Holder and Stuart Carter-Smith’s Shed Session was a 45-minute feast of high energy, Django Reinhardt-inspired jazz. “Fireworks” is a word often used in connection with their performance style and their compilation for the Shed Sessions Facebook Group, featuring performances recorded in places as diverse as the Albert Hall and Paddington Station, fully lived up to that description.

Kim Cypher and her Band – 10 March 2021

Silky smooth singer/songwriter, saxophonist and all round class act, jazz chanteuse Kim Cypher last played the Shed back in February 2020. We are delighted to announce that she will be coming back to play for us again in November this year all being well. But in the meantime enjoy her selection of great music recorded around the world from Cheltenham to New York’s Upper West Side. Each beautiful song and smoky melody in this exclusive set for the group is introduced by Kim and partner/drummer Mike.

Gerard Logan reads “The Star Child” – 3 March 2021

For our Shed Session of 3 March 2021 we welcomed back the wonderful storyteller Gerard Logan reading the Oscar Wilde fairy tale ‘The Star Child’. Gerard launched our Shed Sessions series back in November with his telling of ‘The Signal-Man’.

Clare Hammond – 24 February 2021

Pianist Clare Hammond chose pieces by Unsuk Chin, Stravinsky, Chopin and the little-known but extraordinarily progressive and influential Hélène de Montgeroult. Visit Clare’s site at for her latest news, music and recital dates.

The Spitfire Sisters – 17 February 2021

The inimitable Spitfire Sisters – Anna Harding, Louisa Revolta and Hannah Castleman – put together a cracking session just for the Goods Shed audience. Lose yourself in songs like “Coffee in the morning and kisses at night” (above) from their forthcoming album, Lockdown Dressed Up, close harmony classics like “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”, and finished with the joyously bouncy “Love it is Love”. Visit for all their latest news, music and tour dates.

And there’s more to come! We still have more archive sessions to post here. Check back for exclusive sessions from Whole Lotta Led and jazz saxophonist James Morton,