Live recording courtesy of Stuart Marshall
John 'Fingers' Watson
Martyn 'the Prof' Paley
Jon 'Stonewalker' Crossley
Blackhill Barrow Boys
a new solo album from Jon Crossley
"Live in Bradley" Tanzania Fund Raiser November 2016
"Folk - Jazz - Blues Fusion" Live at the Black Hill Barrows, Bradley Moor, Summer 2017
"Fountain Inn, Barnoldswick" May 14th 2017
"Live at Hothfield School" Launching their 'Year of Music' 19th January 2018
"Goose Eye - Tour de Yorkshire Sunday 6th May, 2018"
"Party in the Park" Bradley 7th September 2018
"Live at the Octagon" - Friday 28th September 2018
"Jamie's 50th" Feb 2019, Bradley Village Hall
"British Chapter of ISMRM Conference Dinner at Kelham Island Museum, Sheffield" September 2019
"RHS Harlow Carr Gardens Glow Night" Thursday December 5th 2019
The BlackHill Barrow Boys take their name from the Black Hill Long Cairn or Barrow on the moors near Bradley, North Yorkshire. This is a Neolithic burial site of archeological importance. The view on the home page is from the Barrow towards Sharp Haw Hill in Skipton and on towards Settle. Below is an aerial view of Bradley and the Barrows which are in the bottom left of the picture - can you spot them?
The band members John (Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Keyboards, Blues Harp), Martyn (Bass, Guitar) and Jon (Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar, Squeezebox, Mandolin) have played together for many years in a number of different local bands including the Oddball Rock Band, the JW Band and the Bronte Blues Club 5 (BBC5) house band. They are inspired by playing the best in folk, jazz and blues classics as well as writing a number of their own original compositions.
LATEST NEWS: Jon Crossley's solo album 'Stonewalker' is now available for listening and download.
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Recording our signature tune - BlackHill Barrow Boy Blues
BlackHill Barrow Boys launching the 'Year of Music' at Hothfield School, Silsden - a highly enthusiastic audience !!
Tour de Yorkshire Gig at 'Cote de Goose Eye - May 2018.
BlackHill Barrow Boys - recorded and mixed by Richard Trinder, Old Chapel Studios