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The Lights 23h
fans, don't miss the wonderful when they make their first visit to The Lights on 26 April - a stunning eve of music in store
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Trad Arts Team 2h
Next Sunday 21 April at 8pm there will be a traditional music session - all welcome, to play or to listen. - every third Sunday of the month
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Rina Cheung 15h
fishclawband was as always at the live session. Great to watch Richard Haugh and Angelle Joseph in action at BBC Suffolk
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Steel & Timber 1h
So stoked! We have a coming soon! 🎵🎶
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John Mosedale 10m
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Patrick Carr 21h
I had written this riff shortly after I purchased this '65 Guild M-20. It was a cold night and I believe it was about to snow, so perhaps that helped coax this out of the guitar. I still need to finish writing this song.
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nunfestlondon Apr 12
Introducing... a folk singer songwriter. Her songs are mostly voice and guitar, with bells, musical saw, and sparrow sounds; the effect is mystical, mainly due to Bity's precise, hypnotic fingerpicking style. Playing 4pm.
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global: world & folk music videos 2h
Breabach (Scotland) - 'Winter Winds'
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John Mosedale Apr 16
A taster of my song The Old Man in the Mirror. And yes, it’s autobiographical! Anyone else of a certain age or above feel like this?
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Velaslavasay Panorama Apr 16
Grab your partner, do-si-do, generous spin chain the Star right there Alabama and have a good old time at this year’s Los Angeles Old Time Social! Friday, May 17th at the Velaslavasay Panorama, tickets at
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Si 2h
Our Mother The Mountain by Townes Van Zandt. Do I have a favourite Townes album? Not sure I do. I mean where do you start?!
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Clifton Hicks Apr 16
Replying to @ClifHicksBanjo
... This album "Southern Banjo Sounds" radically altered my brain when I first heard it around the age of 15. It was my first exposure to dozens of different banjos and playing styles; it became a map that I used to travel across time/space.
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TMULE Apr 16
This Thursdays show has been moved to berthoudbrewing - and therefore thou must hear RAWK in Berthoud instead of Loveland. 60pm. Join the fray.
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Earthworks Jason 21h
The sun is shining, the Earthworks workshop windows are open, Peter Bellamy's on the record player, Hob's enjoying the cover art, all is well! Your journals today are being made with extra folksiness! Hope the sun's shining in your part of the world.
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Nottingham Music Hub Apr 16
If you're interested in English folk music, this is a great opportunity for you!
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SouthDownsFolkFest 17h
"If you’re a fan of acoustic music that’s firmly rooted in the Troubadour tradition, then you’ll enjoy The Alistair Goodwin Band's music" play for us this September, as part of the :
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Robert Nathan 19h
Listen to 'The Old Man and the Sky' by Robert Lindsay Nathan:
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Frank Hamilton School 19h
Lovely and amazing FHS buskers in the middle of Oakhurst, !
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IndusBlues 19h
We are proud to be the official selection at the Indie Meme Film Festival 2019 in Austin, Texas. Friends around Austin, TX, must drop by. For tickets, please visit:
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Shedigs 20h
Tfw you're reading about Flax mills at work but you cant stop singing Keith Marsden songs 👩‍🎤👩‍🎤👩‍🎤
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