20 December 2017

bauble_900_partyCome along and enjoy a really good pint, wonderful company, and a cavalcade of seasonal music (some of it will be vaguely folk-ish) superbly performed by a plethora of local talent.

Special Guests

Greenman Rising

Greenman Rising

Greenman Rising is a folk band based in the Midlands – Coventry, Nuneaton, Birmingham, Leicester.

This is music that doesn’t stand on ceremony; you won’t find cute arrangements and cool sophisticated posturing.  What you will get is the hardcore tradition for modern audiences….

Driving dance tunes, songs about love, war, murder and betrayal. The soldier who rebels against an invasion and the sailor cheated when he comes on shore. Beautiful ballads and full-on musical madness that’ll get you dancing the night away.

Members:

  • Steve Bentley – vocals, bodhran
  • Andrew Wigglesworth – melodeons
  • Eddie Bentley – guitar
  • Scot Barlow – bass guitar
  • Rebecca Park- fiddle,bassoon,recorder
  • Kathryn Head – vocals, fiddle, flute

greenmanrising.co.uk/

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Floor Singers booked to perform on the night …


pete_mcparland_150Pete McParland

Pete performs regularly, and with acclaim, at numerous folk clubs in the Midlands.  Songs from the 60s and 70s are his forte, but he wanders into other areas, too, with great success.


john_meechan_150John Meechan

John has been on the folk scene for 40-odd years.  Hailing from Yorkshire, many of his songs are rooted there.

His passion for folk songs has resulted in a wide-ranging repertoire, always particularly well-presented.


elaine_meechan_150Elaine Meechan

Elaine, keyboard and accordion player in many an ensemble, has that rare talent that true musicians possess; the ability to empathise with those she performs with.  She is an important part of a number of folk-related bands in the area.


malc_gill_1Malc and Gill

As a duo, Malc & Gill, not surprisingly with their backgrounds, have a wide diversity of material, both traditionally and contemporary based, and ranging from clever harmony work to humour and even a serious ballad or two, performed either a-capella or with Malc’s pleasantly understated guitar accompaniment.

And your hosts, of course, are

fitj_150Finger In The Jar

Formed especially as the host group for Atherstone Folk Club in June 2013, Finger In The Jar are Anne & Steve Beeson and Phil Benson.

Finger In The Jar perform as a group, as duos and as solo artists, depending on the songs being sung.

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