Redriffe began life in Rotherhithe, the dockland area of the River Thames close to Tower Bridge. Looking for a name for the new band, inspiration struck when we found that Redriffe is the old name for Rotherhithe and features in Samuel Pepys’s diaries, Gulliver’s Travels and on the sign of The Angel, a historic riverside pub. No prizes for guessing where we spotted it. The band has a strong local connection through singer Fish Tovell, Bermondsey born and bred. Redriffe played our first gig at the Rotherhithe Festival in July 2014 and were invited back in 2015. In 2017 Redriffe played the Bermondsey Carnival before a large crowd in Southwark Park. Over the past three years Redriffe have played gigs all over London and home counties, as can be seen from our Facebook pages.
They say that in Hertford, Hereford and Hampshire, hurricanes hardly ever happen, but they certainly do when Redriffe come to town. And with a growing circle of fans and followers, Redriffe are very happy to travel further afield, bringing ultimate classic rock to your home town. Redriffe is now an established and well-rehearsed unit playing classic rock to audiences young and old. If you’re looking for a band that will put on a great show, play your favourite tunes and really deliver the goods, Redriffe are the ones for your party, corporate function or gig. Contact us for a chat about what you’d like – we’ll do our very best to meet your needs and guarantee complete satisfaction and a good time for all! Read on to find out more about Fish, Chas and Rok – Redriffe!!