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Monday, 30 April 2012

Free Music This Weekend @ Lincoln Drill Hall in the Cafe Bar


Free Music This Weekend @ Lincoln Drill Hall in the Cafe Bar.

 Friday 4 May 12.00 Midday 'til 2.00 pm Free Music Friday with Keith Luckey
Saturday 5 May 12.00 Midday 'til 2.00 pm The Saturday Session with Double Take.


 Why not come along and partake in a coffee and/or a bite to eat, or even a pint (or two) while enjoying some laid back live music?

Sunday, 22 April 2012

Was This The Best Drill Hall Gig Ever?


Was This The Best Drill Hall Gig Ever?
Wilco Johnson supported by Virgil and the Accelerators April 21 Lincoln Drill Hall.
What a night we had at the Drill Hall. Wilco Johnson with sidemen, Norman Watt-Roy (bass) and Dylan Howe (Drums) all on sparkling form. The sound mix was spot on and the lighting was just what you’ve come to expect at this venue.

The show kicked off the show with a storming set by power rockers Virgil and the Accelerators.
Wilco Johnson stormed through a set including favourites such as Down By The Jetty, Roxette, Sneaking Suspicion and Sam The Sham’s Wooly Bully. There were two encores, firstly an extended version of Chuck Berry’s Bye Bye Johnny and finally Rote Sixty Six.

Could this have been the best Drill Hall Gig Ever?

Thursday, 19 April 2012

Live Music @ Old Nics Tavern Horncastle May 2012

Live Music @

Old Nicks Tavern Horncastle

May 2012

01507 526862

www.oldnickstavern.co.uk



DATE
BAND
Tues 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th   
Jam & Open Mic Night (Musicians come & join in – ALL genres welcome – backline provided which includes 1 x Drum kit, 1 x bass amp plus 1 x guitar amp), please bring own instruments. 8.30pm start.
Wed 2nd  
Cornerstone (Rock/Powerpop/Indie) Old Nicks welcome back this talented modern rock band all the way from Austria, who have an undercurrent of the 80's in their music.  Austria may be known as the classical music capital of the world, but make no mistake, Cornerstone are here to rock. 9pm start
Sat 5th    
Bluestrain (Rhythm & Blues) This very accomplished 4 piece from Lincoln play in the spirit of Muddy Waters featuring great blues harmonica and slide guitar. Also playing the music of John Lee Hooker, Howling Wolf, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter etc, music very much for dancing as well as listening to.  9pm start
Fri 11th
Acoustic Night The first of our monthly session featuring the very talented Katie Abbott who describes herself as a folk singer/song writer and who will be performing a mixed set starting at 10pm.  We would also like to invite those who like to have a play and join in or, if they wish, play a few songs solo before our featured guest starts (please bring your own instruments). The idea is to enjoy a nice sedate evening soaking up the easy listening music that acoustic instruments offer.  (no electric). 8pm start
Sat 12th 
Izengard (Progressive / Rock) Izengard are a group of very committed, seasoned musicians who between them have performed to audiences of up to 44,000. Some members have worked for artists such as Peter Gabriel and composed music for Channel 4 and Torville & Dean. They are a first class band who always put in 100% to their performance playing a wide range of material from influences such as Genesis, Magnum, Journey to Whitesnake, Ozzy Osbourne, early Gary Moore and Van Halen etc.  9pm start.
Sat 19th    
Unfinished Business (Classic Rock/Blues).  This 5 piece with twin guitars and a big sound will be playing tracks that revolve around blues-influenced rock covers by the likes of Cream, Free and Gary Moore, with a few less obvious twists such as Ten Years After and Lenny Kravitz.  True classic rock / blues from the 60s and 70s.  9pm start
Sat 26th
BlackHawkDown (Heavy Rock) Are a new and exciting UK based five piece heavy rock band. Formed in March 2010 and heavily influenced by rock and metal, each member brings their own distinct style to every BlackHawkDown track and in doing so they have created a style that is truly all their own. They describe their influences as ‘mind melting rock’ in the form of Guns n Roses, Alice In Chains, RATM, Nine Inch Nails, Tool, Faith No More, Metallica etc. 9pm start


Friday, 6 April 2012

Here Comes Summer! Some Great Drill Hall Gigs To Look Forward To!!!

Here Comes Summer! There are some great shows coming to Lincoln Drill Hall to get you in the mood!

Now Read On...

Saturday 21 April 8pm
Wilko Johnson
Supported by Virgil & the Accelerators                                                                                               Wilko first made a name for himself when he formed Dr. Feelgood in 1971. Known for their high energy live performances, it was the 1976 live album, Stupidity that was the band’s real breakthrough, reaching No.1 in the official UK album chart. By the time Dr. Feelgood released their fourth album, Sneakin' Suspicion, Johnson had left the group to pursue a solo career, later joining Ian Dury and the Blockheads.
One of music’s true characters, Wilko recently featured in Julien Temple's Oil City Confidential, a full-length feature film documentary about Dr. Feelgood, and has also been seen starring opposite Sean Bean in HBO's fantasy series Game of Thrones.
Tickets: £17.50 in advance (£20 on the day)
Friday 4 May 8pm
NewJazz 5 presents
Dennis Rollins ‘Velocity’ Trio
Generally acknowledged as the most exciting, entertaining and talented trombonist in Britain today, Dennis honed his skills with the National Youth Jazz Orchestras before joining Courtney Pine’s pioneering ‘Jazz Warriors’.
The ‘Velocity’ Trio places Dennis alongside the funky drumming of Pedro Segundo and the groovy organ of Ross Stanley. A very cool evening! Tickets £14 (£12 concessions / £8 students)

Saturday 5 May 8pm
Kieran Goss
Last seen on the Drill Hall stage in February when he supported Fairport Convention, Kieran Goss has long been hailed as one of Ireland's leading songwriters and performers. But if his songs have made him a star, his live shows have made him a legend. Live on stage is where Kieran Goss really shines. “The sense of fun is tremendous, the playing first rate and the songs are sheer quality. The encores were genuine, but only because the man is too.” The Irish Times Tickets: £12 in advance (£14 on the day)

Thursday 10 May 8pm
The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular
It’s fun all the way as the ‘Purveyors of Cool’ swing into town with a fabulous show featuring some of the greatest songs of the 20th century, including Come Fly With Me, Under My Skin, Mr Bojangles, Lady Is A Tramp, That's Amore, Mack The Knife and many more. Wonderful memories of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Junior in a spectacular production that continues to be successful all over the world. Outstanding tunes plus endless hanky panky and banter, ensure their timeless soiree remains the hottest party around! Tickets: £20

Saturday 12 May 8pm
Justin Currie In Concert
The Scottish singer/songwriter, most famous for his role as founder member and front man of Del Amitri, is currently working as a successful solo artist. Justin Currie's music is dominated by strong imagery and storytelling, powerful yet understated vocals and a sound that, whilst firmly rooted in nineties pop-rock, translates beautifully into modern, urban ballads. With influences from Nick Cave, Crowded House and Mark Lanegan, his music is hauntingly dark, yet refreshingly uplifting.
Tickets: £20 in advance (£22 on the day)

Wednesday 16 May 7.30pm in the Café Bar
Edwards & Dearden Jazz Quartet
Part of Lincoln BIG’s city wide Jazz Week 2012
Yorkshire-based vocalist Julie Edwards and saxophonist-turned-guitarist Kevin Dearden are in great demand at the jazz clubs and festivals of the North, as well as building a truly national following via appearances on the Michael Parkinson Radio 2 show. For this concert of swinging jazz with Latin influences they are joined by Dave Turner on double bass, Marek Dorcik on drums Ed Kainyek on sax. Tickets: Free
A joint promotion sponsored by New Jazz 5, Lincoln Drill Hall & Lincoln BIG

Tuesday 22 May 7.30pm in the Café Bar                                                                                                           Love Me Do - Beatles Night It’s 50 years since the Beatles recorded their first hit record ‘Love Me Do’ in 1962. By early 1964 they had become international stars, leading the British invasion in the USA and forever changing the face of twentieth century contemporary music. Tonight, hosted by the Coffee Bar Cowboys, local musicians pay their own tribute to the ‘Fab Four’ as they play their own versions of Beatles classics that still inspire musicians and fans alike. Musicians wishing to take part should email Keith@bluecrowmusic.co.uk  Tickets: £5

Saturday 9 June 7.30pm – 12.30am
Back to the Future: 90s Special
It’s the decade that spawned the non-stop rave, had us rocking out to grunge, bouncing to Britpop, and blowing our whistles to techno. So if you love 90s music and ‘wannabe’ dancing to the very best pop from that great decade, then get yourself along to our night of non-stop 90s floor fillers. Over 5 hours we promise you all the Girl Power, Boy Bands, Britpop and Rave anthems you could ever ask for. Don’t forget your glow stick!
Email your requests to djhereticdj@googlemail.com  (at least one always guaranteed) and book early…  Tickets: £7         

Wednesday 13 June 7pm
Studentz Rock IX
An eclectic mix of contemporary music performed by the second year music students of Lincoln College in their annual end of course show. Always a cracking night! Tickets: £3

Friday 15 June 8pm
New Jazz 5 presents
JTQ – The James Taylor Quartet + Gareth Lockrane
JTQ make a triumphant return to Lincoln following their previous sell-out gigs at the Drill Hall. The bands Hammond organ driven blend of jazz, funk, R&B and swinging beats make them one of the most distinctive and important crossover acts in British live musical history. From their fired-up signature tune ‘The Theme from Starsky and Hutch’  through their many covers of 60s film themes such as ‘Alfie’, ‘Mrs. Robinson’, ‘Blow Up’, and ‘Goldfinger’  to scoring the theme tune to ‘Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery’,  they constantly produce swinging, high energy live shows that are not to be missed.
Tonight the quartet becomes a quintet as with award winning flautist Gareth Lockrane adding another flavour to the mix. Tickets: £16 (£14 concessions / £8 students)

Saturday 16 June 8pm
The Imagined Village
We are absolutely thrilled to be hosting one of the UK’s most exciting bands, for what promises to be a wonderful gig. Their powerful music is inspired by Britain’s diverse cultural heritage and the ten members of the Imagined Village including Eliza Carthy, Martin Carthy, Jackie Oates and Barney Morse Brown are all giants in their fields, playing in other such as Chase & Status, Afro Celts Sound System, Cornershop, Transglobal Underground, The Bays, Dhol Foundation and Red Snapper… Some of the star Villagers will support themselves in duos and as soloists before the main event.  
A joyous celebration of English & global culture’ The Times
Please note this is a standing gig. Tickets: £17.50 in advance (£20 on the day)

Wednesday 11 July 8pm in the Room Upstairs
Pennyless
Join one of our most popular Saturday Session bands in our Room Upstairs as they perform a lively acoustic set of sparkling melodies and tunes from Ireland, Scotland, England and America on flute, fiddle and guitar with additional whistle, melodica and motley percussion. Self-penned songs in three part harmony give a glimpse into the very English world of Pennyless who love poetry, trees, birds nests and the moon. Tickets: £5

Friday 13 July 7.30pm
Jazzpac & FLINSO
Jazz Vehicle Youth Jazz Orchestra & Tomorrow’s Warriors Biggish Band
& Lincolnshire school children
Jazz Vehicle is without a doubt one Lincolnshire’s finest musical exports, winning the top award at the National Festival of Music for Youth finals in 2008 and 2010, followed on each occasion, by being invited to perform at the Royal Albert Hall. Tonight as well as hearing this incredible group of young musicians, there’ll be music from Tomorrow’s Warriors Biggish Band and the chance to hear primary school children performing music they’ve been working on with Dune mentors, saxophonist Denys Baptiste and pianist Peter Edwards
Tickets: £10 (£8 concessions / students and accompanied children free)

 Friday 20 July 8pm
Limehouse Lizzy
Renowned for an action-packed, pyrotechnic-fuelled explosion of a show, Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive and well. The set will of course include both Celtic influenced tracks like ”Whisky in the Jar” and “Black Rose” alongside the classic “The Boys are Back in Town” and “Sarah” plus a tribute to Gary Moore who sadly passed away last year. 
Limehouse Lizzy's Wayne Ellis is an uncanny ringer for Phil Lynott...’ The Guardian
If you're sceptical about tribute acts, you won't be after seeing Limehouse Lizzy’  Radio Times

Tickets: £14 in advance (£16 on the day). Please note this is a standing gig

Saturday 21 July 8pm – midnight
Back to the Future: Global Party
The Back to the Future team return with a ‘spin off’ night of pure quality music from across the decades and around the world. Be prepared to open your ears to classic gems and new sounds as our DJs share their favourite tunes with you!
A great opportunity to dance all night long. This event will be in the Café Bar – unless demand is particularly high!  Tickets £7

Tickets for all Drill Hall Gigs from 01522 873894
boxoffice@lincolndrillhall.com

www.lincolndrillhall.com

Sunday, 1 April 2012

Lincolnshire Folk News April 2012

DATE NAME OF EVENT, VENUE AND TIME PRICE & CONTACT DETAILS

All April Grimsby Morris Men’s Exhibition, Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Burton Road, Lincoln (daily) Free, Martin 01472 508653

Su 1st Session, The Dog and Bone, John Street, Lincoln 3.00pm Free, Eve, 01522 522403

Su 1st Wootton Fiddle Club, Wootton Village Hall, nr Barrow upon Humber 2.30 - 5.00pm £3, Polly 01652 654552

Su 1st Music Session, Red Lion Inn, Church Road, Stickford 8.30pm Nick & Marion, 01205 480395

Su 1st Club Night, Grimsby Folk Club, Spider’s Web, Carr Lane, Grimsby 8.00pm £1.50, Mary, 01507 462045

Mo 2nd Pennyless, Boston Folk Club, The Eagle,West Street, Boston 8.15pm Greg, 01205 358783

Mo 2nd Dance4Life CeilidhWI Hall, Park Road, Holbeach 7.00 - 9.30pm £3.50, £2.50 Paul, 01775 723026

Tu 3rd Lincoln City Radio Folk Show with Alan Ritson 103.6FM 7.00pm Alan, 0794 903 5554

Tu 3rd British Isles Traditional Music Session, The Brown Cow, Newmarket , Louth 8.30pm Patrick, 01507 605385

Tu 3rd Session at the Coach and Horses, High Street, Barton Upon Humber 8.30pm Lawrie, 01652 632390

We 4th Radio Lincolnshire Folk Show with Tom Lane 94.9FM, 104.7FM 6.30pm Tom, 01400 272705

We 4th Alford Acoustic Club, Half Moon Hotel, Alford 8.30pm £1.50, free, Nick 01507 462751

We 4th French Music Session, The Blue Bell, Gringley on the Hill 8.30pm Jerry, 01427 890151

We 4th Donal Maguire, South Holland Centre, Market Place, Spalding 8.00pm £6, Elizabeth 01406 381339

We 4th Bootleggers Appalachian & Band, St Hugh’s Church Hall, Old Brumby, Scunthorpe 7.30pm Julia, 01724 843174

Th 5th 600 Whiskies Unplugged, The George Hotel, Leadenham 8.15pm Free, Tom 01400 272705

Th 5th Poacher Morris, Burton Road Methodist Hall, Burton Road 7.45 - 9.30pm Sue, 01522 576458

Th 5th Siren Folk with Alan Ritson 107.3FM 8.00pm Alan, 0794 903 5554

Th 5th Lincoln Folk Dance Club, St Faiths Church Hall, West Parade, Lincoln 7.45pm Colin, 01522 880968

Th 5th Tune Session, Lincoln Arms, Bridge Street, Spalding 8.00pm Paul, 01775 723026

Fr 6th Lincoln Ceilidh with The Beltonas, IMPart, 39b High Street, Lincoln 8.00pm £4, £3, Frank, 01522 560163

Fr 6th Session, The Red Lion, Bull Ring, Horncastle 8.30pm Free, Jonathan, 07548 925199

Sa 7th The Write Note, Lincoln Central Library, Free School Lane, Lincoln 12.00 - 2.00pm Free, Steve, 01522 824563

Su 8th Folk Song Session, The Hare and Hounds, Haconby, nr. Bourne 8.00pm Jan, 01778 425422

Su 8th Music Session, Red Lion Inn, Church Road, Stickford 8.30pm Nick & Marion, 01205 480395

Mo 9th Folk at the Oak Singaround, Oak Inn, Easton on the Hill, Stamford 8.30pm Bob, 0116 2593395

Tu 10th Lincoln City Radio Folk Show with Alan Ritson 103.6FM 7.00pm Alan, 0794 903 5554

Tu 10th Bishop’s Morris Longsword Dance, Bishop Grosseteste University College, Newport 7.30pm Liam, 01522 560163

Tu 10th British Isles Traditional Music Session, The Brown Cow, Newmarket , Louth 8.30pm Patrick, 01507 605385

Tu 10th Session at the Coach and Horses, High Street, Barton Upon Humber 8.30pm Lawrie, 01652 632390

We 11th Radio Lincolnshire Folk Show with Tom Lane 94.9FM, 104.7FM 6.30pm Tom, 01400 272705

We 11th AVID Ceilidh, Hatfield Woodhouse Village Hall, Main Street, Hatfield Woodhouse 8.00pm £1, Jerry 01427 890151

We 11th Bootleggers Appalachian & Band, St Hugh’s Church Hall, Old Brumby, Scunthorpe 7.30pm Julia, 01724 843174

Th 12th Poacher Morris, Burton Road Methodist Hall, Burton Road 7.45 - 9.30pm Sue, 01522 576458

Th 12th Lincoln Folk Dance Club, St Faiths Church Hall, West Parade, Lincoln 7.45pm Colin, 01522 880968

Th 12th Folk at The Swan Session, The White Swan, Barrowby nr. Grantham 8.00pm diana.power@btinternet.com

Fr 13th Lincoln Folk Club, UNISON, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln 8.00 -11.00pm £2, £1, Colin, 01522 880968

Fr 13th Richard Digance, Faldingworth Memorial Hall, Faldingworth, Market Rasen 8.00pm £10, Les 01673 843036

Sa 14th Liam Robinson, Lincoln Drill Hall, Free School Lane, Lincoln 12.00 - 2.00pm donations, 01522 873894

Sa 14th One Day Rapper Dance Workshop, Bishop Grosseteste University College, Newport, Lincoln £30, Natasha 07942 188956

Su 15th Music Session, Red Lion Inn, Church Road, Stickford 8.30pm Nick & Marion, 01205 480395

Su 15th Club Night, Grimsby Folk Club, Spider’s Web, Carr Lane, Grimsby 8.00pm £1.50, Mary, 01507 462045

Su 15th Tune Session, Tap & Spile, Hungate, Lincoln 2.00 - 5.00pm Free, 01522 534015

Su 15th Longsword Workshop, Bishop Grosseteste College, Newport, Lincoln 11.00am & 2.00pm £8, Natasha 07942 188956

Su 15th Third Sunday Session, Marquis of Granby, Northgate, Sleaford 4.00 - 8.00pm Free, 01529 300277

Su 15th Acoustic Night, The Thorold Arms, High Street, Harmston 8.00pm Free, 01522 720358

Su 15th Grantham Folk Club, Blue Pig Inn, Vine Street, Grantham 8.00pm Lesley 01572 789939

Mo 16th Tune Session, The Hare and Hounds, Haconby, nr. Bourne 8.00pm Pete, 01778 571563

Tu 17th Lincoln City Radio Folk Show with Alan Ritson 103.6FM 7.00pm Alan, 0794 903 5554

Tu 17th Reely Grim Folk Dance Club, The Blacksmiths Arms, Rothwell 8.00pm £1, Dave & Joy, 01472 887984

Tu 17th British Isles Traditional Music Session, The Brown Cow, Newmarket , Louth 8.30pm Patrick, 01507 605385

Tu 17th Session at the Coach and Horses, High Street, Barton Upon Humber 8.30pm Lawrie, 01652 632390

We 18th Bootleggers Appalachian & Band, St Hugh’s Church Hall, Old Brumby, Scunthorpe 7.30pm Julia, 01724 843174

We 18th Alford Acoustic Club, Half Moon Hotel, Alford 8.30pm £1.50, free, Nick 01507 462751

We 18th English Music Session, The Blue Bell, Gringley on the Hill 8.30pm Jerry, 01427 890151

We 18th Radio Lincolnshire Folk Show with Tom Lane 94.9FM, 104.7FM 6.30pm Tom, 01400 272705

Th 19th Poacher Morris, Burton Road Methodist Hall, Burton Road 7.45 - 9.30pm Sue, 01522 576458

Th 19th Lincoln Folk Dance Club, St Faiths Church Hall, West Parade, Lincoln 7.45pm Colin, 01522 880968

Th 19th Singaround with Colin Hayes, Welland Yacht Club, Riverbank, Spalding 8.00pm Elizabeth, 01406 381339

Fr 20th Singaround, Gainsborough Folk Club, Melrose Club, Gainsborough 8:30pm £1, Mike & Sue, 01427 838726

Fr 20th+ BodhranWeekend (to 22nd) with Will Lang, J S Arts, The Archway, Grantham £275 Jo & Jimmy 01476 567021

Fr 20th Paul Liddell, Caistor Sports & Social Club, Caistor 7.30pm £6, Neil 0754 0116967

Sa 21st Traditional Craft Session, Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Burton Road, Lincoln 11.30 - 1.30pm Free, Frank, 01522 560163

Sa 21st Music Session, Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Burton Road, Lincoln 2.00 - 4.00pm Free, Liam, 01522 560163

Sa 21st Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman, Faldingworth Memorial Hall, Faldingworth 8.00pm £8 Les, 01673 843036

Sa 21st Spring Green Festival, Bishop Grosseteste College, Newport, Lincoln 10.30 - 4.00pm £5, £3, Annie 01522 583761

Su 22nd Vin Garbutt, Grimsby Folk Club, Spider’s Web, Carr Lane, Grimsby 8.00pm £10, Mary, 01507 462045

Su 22nd Music Session, Red Lion Inn, Church Road, Stickford 8.30pm Nick & Marion, 01205 480395

Mo 23rd Folk at the Oak Singaround, Oak Inn, Easton on the Hill, Stamford 8.30pm Bob, 0116 2593395

Tu 24th Lincoln City Radio Folk Show with Alan Ritson 103.6FM 7.00pm Alan, 0794 903 5554

Tu 24th Bishop’s Morris Longsword Dance, Bishop Grosseteste University College, Newport 7.30pm Liam, 01522 560163

Tu 24th Drop-in music session, The White Hart, Ludford 8.30 p.m Brian, 01472 398704

Tu 24th Session at the Coach and Horses, High Street, Barton Upon Humber 8.30pm Lawrie, 01652 632390

Tu 24th British Isles Traditional Music Session, The Brown Cow, Newmarket , Louth 8.30pm Patrick, 01507 605385

We 25th Radio Lincolnshire Folk Show with Tom Lane 94.9FM, 104.7FM 6.30pm Tom, 01400 272705

We 25th Bootleggers Appalachian & Band, St Hugh’s Church Hall, Old Brumby, Scunthorpe 7.30pm Julia, 01724 843174

We 25th Session, The Boar’s Head, Newmarket, Louth 8.00pm Stu, 01507 604949

Th 26th Poacher Morris, Burton Road Methodist Hall, Burton Road 7.45 - 9.30pm Sue, 01522 576458

Th 26th Lincoln Folk Dance Club, St Faiths Church Hall, West Parade, Lincoln 7.45pm Colin, 01522 880968

Fr 27th Grand Ceilidh Pete Coe & Liam Robinson Band Westgate School, Westgate, Lincoln 8.00pm Liam, 01522 560163

Fr 27th Lincoln Folk Club, UNISON, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln 8.00 -11.00pm £2, £1, Colin, 01522 880968

Fr 27th+ Fiddle & Feet Weekend (to 29th) with Issy & Kate, J S Arts, The Archway, Grantham £275 Jo & Jimmy 01476 567021

Fr 27th New Rope String Band Harmston Memorial Hall, Harmston 7.45pm £7.50 01522 722462

Sa 28th Pete Coe Playing & Calling for DanceWorkshop, UNISON Cellar, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln (pm) Andy 01526 352153

Sa 28th Pete Coe & Liam Robinson UNISON Cellar, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln 8.00pm £8, Andy 01526 352153

Sa 28th Retford Ceilidh with Lambskinnet, Goodwin Hall, Chancery Lane, Retford, 8.00pm £4, Kathy 01777 706880

Su 29th Mick Ryan & Paul Downes, Grimsby Folk Club, Spider’s Web, Carr Lane, Grimsby 8.00pm £5, Mary, 01507 462045

Su 29th Music Session, Red Lion Inn, Church Road, Stickford 8.30pm Nick & Marion, 01205 480395