User Forget Password


Already member of HandsOnTV?

Login Create a new account

HandsOn TV

HandsOn TV

Presenter Sign in

Forget Password?

Presenter Forget Password


Already member of HandsOnTV?

Login

The Magpie Arc - Darling Charms

The Magpie Arc

Darling Charms written by Nancy Kerr was the very first song bashed out and thrashed into shape by The Magpie Arc when they formed in 2019, and this version was filmed live at the Silk Mill Studios in Staffordshire. Who ever thought they'd see Martin Simpson sliding a rocking guitar solo on a Telecaster?!

Darling Charms, written and sung by Nancy Kerr, is a song from The Magpie Arc's first EP.

Languages: English Subtitles: None

Add to Favourites

The Magpie Arc - Darling Charms

Advice: General Available until 01 Jan 2030

The Magpie Arc - Greenswell

Advice: General 4 minutes 29 seconds Available until 01 Jan 2030

The Magpie Arc - Don't Leave The Door Open

Advice: General 3 minutes 26 seconds Available until 01 Jan 2030

1. Episode 1

Darling Charms

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Darling Charms written by Nancy Kerr was the very first song bashed out and thrashed into shape by The Magpie Arc when they formed in 2019, and this version was filmed live at the Silk Mill Studios in Staffordshire. Who ever thought they'd see Martin Simpson sliding a rocking guitar solo on a Telecaster?!

1. Episode 1

Greenswell

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Greenswell is a song written and sung Nancy Kerr from The Magpie Arc's third EP and was recorded in February 2020. On the day recording finished and on reading a newspaper headline the band remember musing as to "what this flu nonsense in China was all about!" Well, we found out soon enough and this grainy video was filmed at their various abodes during lockdown.

1. Episode 1

Don't Leave The Door Open

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Don't Leave The Door Open is a song from The Magpie Arc's top 10 Official UK Folk Chart album Glamour In The Grey and features Nancy Kerr, Martin Simpson, Findlay Napier, Alex Hunter and Tom A. Wright. Is it a goodbye to an ex or is it about Scottish independence? Only writer Findlay Napier knows!