West Melbury-based singer-songwriters Tony Dean and Una Walsh are well-known in the Shaftesbury area for their live music performances, often playing other artists’ music as ‘No Fixed Abode’.
But the couple regularly write their own words and music inspired by current affairs or their observations.
Tony and Una had submitted a CD to the organisers of Glastonbury in the hope that they could perform at the festival. Instead, the British Library made contact. They wanted to archive Tony and Una’s recordings for future generations.