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Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Keith Luckey - Upcoming Gigs

Keith Luckey - Upcoming Gigs 

Sat 1 Aug – 8.30pm
The Victoria Pub, Union Road, Lincoln. LN1 3BJ www.victoriapub.net

Thursday 6 Aug 2pm
Young at Heart Garden Party, Ruskington, Lincolnshire.
91 Westcliffe Road, Ruskington, NG34 9AX

Tuesday 11 Aug 2.15pm
Chapel Street, Ruskington, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, NG34 9DX

Sat 15 Aug 9pm – 12.00am
Beauchamp Arms, Ferry Road, Langley, Norwich, Norfolk. NR14 6DH.01508 480247

Sun 16 Aug – 2.30 pm The Crown Pub, Lincoln Road, Peterborough. PE1 3HD. Second day of two day live music weekender. Keith Luckey on stage at around 2.30pm.

Sat 22 Aug 12pm Fete On The Strait Lincoln with Roger Williams

Sat 19 Sep 12pm  - 2pm
Drill Hall Cafe/Bar Saturday Session, Lincoln Drill Hall, Freeschool Lane, Lincoln LN2 1EY


Sunday 20 Sept – 4pm
The Crown Pub, Lincoln Road, Peterborough. PE1 3HD Sunday Afternoon Chilled Session

Sat 26 Sep The Golden Lion, 73 Seas End Road, Moulton Seas End, Spalding. PE21 6LD

Sat 31 Oct - 8.30pm
The Victoria Pub, Union Road, Lincoln. LN1 3BJ www.victoriapub.net

Sat 14 Nov 12pm  - 2pm
Drill Hall Cafe/Bar Saturday Session, Lincoln Drill Hall, Freeschool Lane, Lincoln LN2 1EY
www.lincolndrillhall.com

Sunday, 19 July 2015

Save Tin Pan Alley

Petition update

Save Tin Pan Alley 

29,500 signed as the GLA indicate they will make Tin Pan Alley a designated 'Music Zone'

Jul 17, 2015 — Well? We shall see? Talk is cheap! Share the petition URL web address by cut and pasting it onto to all forms of Social Media. raise awareness .. Expose the the spin being sold to... Read more


Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Small Fakers & Lost Boys Live Lincoln UK 24 Oct Tickets available @ Modern Classics Cafe


Small Fakers and the Lost Boys Live in Lincoln UK 24 October Tickets are available from...

Modern Classics Cafe, The Strait, Lincoln.

Friday, 3 July 2015

All the latest summer news from Topic Records


The life and work of the very wonderful Shirley Collins is celebrated on her 80th birthday on Sunday 5th July in the Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre in London.

 

Shirley is a towering figure in the music world, her influence stretching far and wide, and some of the brightest stars in the realm of contemporary folk music and beyond will congregate to pay tribute to a woman who is, arguably, the greatest living exponent of the folk tradition.
“When I sing, I feel past generations standing behind me… those farm labourers and their wives who kept the songs going for us. The songs are social history and their beauty and power undeniable.”
This very special event will be compered by Stewart Lee and, with a band led by John Kirkpatrick, will feature performances by Sam Lee, Olivia Chaney, Lisa Knapp, Alasdair Roberts, Graham Coxon and Trembling Bells. The evening will also see the first-ever live performance of the whole of Shirley’s classic album No Roses.
Further details can be found here: southbankcentre.co.uk
 
Available on the day will be a strictly-limited beautiful souvenir programme which will include a 7-inch vinyl record with four recently-discovered recordings believed to be the earliest Shirley made, in 1957.


Perfect for the festival season (and record collectors), we now have for sale a black tote bag with the classic Topic accordion player logo on one side and a 1967 Topic flyer design on the other.
Continuing our monthly choice of music at a very special price, July’s selections are volumes 13 to 16 of the original Voice of the People set and 4 more great Fledg’ling titles:
 
another 4 volumes of the Voice of the People:
 

 

TSCD663  They ordered their pints of beer & bottles of sherry
TSCD664   Troubles they are but few
TSCD665   As me and my love sat courting
TSCD666    You lazy lot of bone-shakers
   
and a July bundle of 4 more great Fledg’ling titles: 
 

 


FLED 3014  HOME SERVICE ~ The Mysteries
FLED 3029  SHIRLEY COLLINS ~ False True Lovers
FLED 3058  HELEN WATSON ~ Blue Slipper
FLED 3084  JOHN KIRKPATRICK ~ God Speed The Plough

SIMPSON∙CUTTING∙KERR news



Tune in to hear Martin, Andy and Nancy when they visit Mark Radcliffe at the BBC Radio 2 studios for The Folk Show on Wednesday 15th July.
After a very busy tour schedule over the last few weeks, SimpsonŸ∙Cutting∙Kerr appear together again at two festivals over the summer, Cambridge Folk Festival on Sunday 2nd August and Towersey Festival on Sunday 30th August. They then resume the Murmurs Tour on Friday September 18th at The Grand in Clitheroe, the first of eight more concerts
Check www.martinsimpson/gigs for more details.