Video: Xbox Campfire Sessions

PUBLISHED: 16:56 16 January 2009 | UPDATED: 07:09 30 May 2010

The musicians gather around the fire at Great Bardfield. Picture courtesy of myspace.com

The musicians gather around the fire at Great Bardfield. Picture courtesy of myspace.com

A VENUE in Great Bardfield appeared on Channel 4 on Thursday night by hosting famous bands for a television show. High Barn, a recording studio and live music venue on Braintree Road, took centre stage as bands such as The Wombats, Little Boots, Twisted W

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The stars interview by Nick Grimshaw and then play songs well into the night. Video courtesy of myspace.com

A VENUE in Great Bardfield appeared on Channel 4 on Thursday night by hosting famous bands for a television show.

High Barn, a recording studio and live music venue on Braintree Road, took centre stage as bands such as The Wombats, Little Boots, Twisted Wheel and VV Brown all gathered around a fire to perform songs for the new show - Campfire Sessions, sponsored by Xbox, screened at 12.10am.

High Barn spokesman, Wendy Meldrum, said: "Wow it was such a fabulous day - really dead exciting stuff.

"Two of the artists, VV Brown and Little Boots, have been splashed all over the national press as the musical talent of the coming year.

"The evening was totally superb, it was amazing watching those talented artists gigging here at the barn and they were all completely charming and lovely people to have around. It so great that High Barn is being fully recognised as a perfect venue for all genres of music.

*You can view the video and pictures from the event at www.myspace.com/xboxcampfire


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