Phoenix are also playing …

… Sevenoaks Christmas Lights – Friday 30th November at 6.30-7.30pm.  We will be playing under cover outside Robert Dyas in Blighs Car park.  Arrival time 6.00pm to set up.  WEAR WARM CLOTHES!  Uniform not necessary, just keep warm and invite your friends.  Brr …

Phoenix play Bluewater

This is the last week for rehearsal before we play Bluewater on the 27th November. Please attend if you can! We will be playing in the Lower Guildhall outside Ted Baker. A map is available on the Member’s Area page.  Arrival time is at 6.00pm (in DVYM shirts) so that we can set up ready to play at 6.30pm.  This is a great opportunity to perform to a wider audience, to show how great you are and maybe even collect some new musicians along the way – enjoy!

Friends of DVYM

Hi all,

We’re launching a new scheme for September ’17 to both drum up some more support for the band and also reward our faithful donors. Friends of DVYM will be non-playing members of the organisation and will receive a termly newsletter and yearly chairperson’s report. They will also have reserved seats at all our concerts and (resources willing) we may even be able to throw the odd party in their honour!

Click here to find out more about becoming a Friend!

Many thanks!

We Need You(r Rubbish)!

For reasons and purposes mysterious, we need a large amount of scrap for our forthcoming DVYM social night. Please, please, please drop any of the below into band this weekend, or to the Drake household. I’m literally begging!

Look at it like this: I’m volunteering to take your rubbish up the tip for you when we’ve finished with it. How can you say no?

We may need any of the following, or anything else you think is interesting as long as it is clean and has no sharp edges! Think Blue Peter….

– Tubs (ice cream, butter etc)

– Tubes (from wrapping paper and kitchen roll- not bog-roll thank you very much)

– Large elastic bands

– Old brooms

– Pasta

– Tape of any sort.

– Sheets of plastic.

– Buckets

– Old baking trays

– Felt

– Plastic piping

– Wooden boxes or pallets

– Ridged plastic bottles.

– Large, two litre plastic bottles

– Some glass bottles

– Chopsticks

And if you’re curious to find out what we’ll do with all this then you should come along! All I can say is that is going to be a proper laugh. Don’t miss out! Tickets from Sandra.


Hi everyone,

Here’s a cheeky flashback all the way back to 2016 (3 whole weeks ago) when some of the band went carolling in Sevenoaks town centre. Not only did they play some great music, but they also raised nearly £120 for Crisis!

Here are some great pictures of the performers in action. Points if you can spot the fantastic photoshopping by Mike Robinson 😉