Traditional Music and Song at Tonbridge Folk Club (Nellies)
Mon 4 Feb 2019 – Bond of Union
This trio from Brighton perform traditional & contemporary folk music unaccompanied, with superb harmonies. Bond of Union
Mon 4 Mar 2019 – Glymjack Duo
Greg McDonald, acclaimed songwriter, is joined by Gemma Gayner, virtuoso of the fiddle, to give a superb rendering of folksongs old and new. Glymjack Duo
Mon 18 Mar 2019 – Richard Grainger
Making a welcome return appearance, Richard is an accomplished songwriter and guitarist whose songs have been widely adopted by other noted singers. Based in Whitby, many of his songs relate to the North East and the sea. Richard Grainger
Will Finn and Rosie Calvert are a dynamic up-and-coming duo from the heart of Newcastle. Playing traditional music with a contemporary flair, their shows are a veritable smorgasbord of folk fusion, utilising piano, steel pan, and close-knit harmony singing to tremendous effect. Will Finn and Rosie Calvert
Forthcoming attractions: Mon 15 Apr 2019 – Hickory Signals | Mon 20 May 2019 – Na Mara | Mon 3 Jun 2019 – David & Alison Fenner | Mon 17 Jun 2019 – Milton Hide | Mon 1 Jul 2019 – Stone Junction | Mon 15 Jul 2019 – Lyndsey Rule | Mon 19 Aug 2019 – Kelter | Mon 2 Sep 2019 – Broomdasher | Mon 16 Sep 2019 – Wildwood Jack | Mon 7 Oct 2019 – Tom Lewis | Mon 21 Oct 2019 – Geoff Higginbottom | Mon 4 Nov 2019 – Daria Kulesh | Mon 18 Nov 2019 – Sally Ironmonger with Brian Carter | Mon 2 Dec 2019 – Chris n Alan Davis
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