Morning Tide, Tony Hall, from Threescore

Making WavesWe have been sent a recording of the song Morning Tide which was written by Norfolk melodeon
maestro Tony Hall and recorded by the band Threescore on their most recent CD.

The song was written in the context of the Falklands War (1982) so is appropriate at this time of
annual remembrance.

 

 

                                Morning Tide - Tony Hall

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Two Bold Singermen

Two Bold Singermen and the English Folk Revival

The Lives, Song Traditions and Legacies of Sam Larner and Harry Cox,

by Bruce Lindsay, pubished Equinox www.equinoxpub.com

£25 from publisher 

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I have been sent a review copy of this book and am currently reading it. A review will follow.  Simon Haines

 

 

 

Finn Collinson & Zoe Wren at The Canopy

ACOUSTIC “DOUBLE HEADER” at the Canopy Theatre, Beccles, Suffolk – Sat 31st October – 8 p.m.
 
Finn Collinson
Finn Collinson is a recorder player, singer and multi-instrumentalist from East Anglia. Heralded by The Recorder Magazine as a “folk recorder pioneer”, Finn has rapidly been gaining a reputation as one of the foremost exponents of the recorder on the English folk scene, performing at major folk clubs and festivals including Sidmouth Folk Festival, Broadstairs Folk Week and FolkEast, and was shortlisted for the BBC Young Folk Award in 2018.

Finn’s debut solo album, “Call To Mind” was released in September 2019 and has received widespread critical acclaim and extensive airplay in the UK and US. Featuring mainly original material, the album was described by Spiral Earth as “exceptionally well executed folk rock”.
Together with his band, Finn completed his first national headline tour in 2019, but this visit to the Canopy Theatre will be a solo show (with his extensive autumn plans for a band tour having been postponed to 2021 thanks to Covid 19).

Read more: Finn Collinson & Zoe Wren at The Canopy

Winter Wilson at Canopy Theatre, Beccles

Popular folk duo begin a socially distanced season of Acoustic Music in Beccles this September

Winter Wilson are back!! Following the Covid enforced lay off from live events (save for streamed events), the duo have a number of live gigs including an indoor, socially distanced, show at the Canopy Theatre in Beccles on 26th September 2020.

Winter Wilson sml

Read more: Winter Wilson at Canopy Theatre, Beccles

Ceilidhs on the Move - Covid Style

Shall we dance?
 
**Stop Press - this event is sadly cancelled**
 
Saturday 19th September
Clopton Village Hall IP13 6QN
4pm to 8pm
£10 per person
 
Beth and Matt from Take the Biscuit will play and call
A tentative first step to see whether you would like to dance whilst abiding by current Covid restrictions, hall use guidelines and social distancing.
30 people (maximum) can meet in the village hall.
Doors and windows will be open for ventilation so do wear warm layers.
Hand sanitiser is available on entry/exit and handwashing facilities are available in the hall.
Masks must be worn when inside the hall except when eating or drinking.
Dancing in couples and household bubbles only - no progression or moving on dances.
Please bring your own food and drink and seats - and please take your own
rubbish home with you.
A gazebo will be up just outside the hall for a breather and mask break.
 
If you would like to come - let me know.
I will need to keep a list with everyone's contact details.
£10 each - to minimise cash handling - to be paid on the day, rounded up as there will not be a raffle.
First come, first served - please pre-book with me as it won't be possible to just turn up on the day.
 
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Look forward to hearing from you,
let's see what's possible!
Julie

Suffolk Folk

Norfolk Folk Association

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