Book - Mervyn Hancock
The Wurzels are as renowned
in the West Country as cider and Cheddar cheese. And
now for the first time the group that has become a household
name across Britain have revealed the true story of
their rise to stardom from the world of farmyards and
unique folk sounds, West dialects and rib-tickling lyrics
have brought them national acclaim. But behind the scenes
and the sounds has been a tough journey often littered
with despair and heartbreak.
the early days of their founder Adge Cutler, who tragically
died, to TV fame and the tub-thumping sounds of Combine
Harvester and The Blackbird Song, this is their story.
So, Drink Up Thy Zider and enjoy the journey.