The Sette of Odde Volumes are a three piece band based in the Peak District. Specialising in laid back songs from the swing era, popular classics performed in their own inimitable style, and an ever expanding repertoire of curiously odd originals, The Sette of Odde Volumes are available for public performances, events and private functions.
Contact us here! While you’re at it, why not slip off your shoes, make a cup of tea, and discover our newly recorded ten-track album, available to listen to and download here!
During a weekly visit to my local record shop I happened upon this rare gem; a first edition pressing of Johnny Winsome & the Silhouettes’ break-through hit ‘My Guardian Angel’. He’s so dreamy!
Our most recent gig was an emotional one as we played Tales & Tunes at the Penny Pot Cafe for the last time. The Penny Pot in Edale was the location of our first gig as a band just four years ago, and has provided an intimate and welcoming atmosphere in which to try out our new songs in front of unerringly friendly audiences.
Earlier this year we were excited to return to Eroica Britannia with two performances over the Saturday and Sunday in the Britannia Arms and on the main stage respectively. We had a lovely time playing and were treated to a fly-over by a Spitfire as we played, which was a first!
A lovely time was had by all when we returned for an evening performance in the beautiful bandstand at the Hathersage outdoor pool, followed closely by another very enjoyable visit to Sheffield Botanical Gardens, where we entertained visitors to the preview evening of Art in the Gardens.
Here is the new video for our song ‘One-man Band on the Run’. Please ‘like’ and share it!
And finally, here is a piece of art created by Tom the guitarist in celebration of a busy Summer (and balloons).