Floor Singers booked to perform on the night …

dave_webbDave Webb

Dave is definitely Bedworth’s candidate for ‘The oldest Singer in Town’. A former miner (as well as other trades) Dave is a traditional guy with a repertoire of traditional songs many of which tell the story of miners and their families. He has also written a few songs about his own time down the local pit and has now introduced several monologues into his repertoire which invariably get audiences laughing.

d_parr_150David Parr

David has been playing guitar for more years than he cares to remember. He was a full-time professional for 14 years or so. Now, after a brief interruption when he taught in special needs, primary and then secondary schools in Warwickshire, he’s back doing the ‘real’ job.

Renowned for his style and expertise, David is also well known for his comedic songs.

john_kearney_150John Kearney

John is a great supporter of the local Folk Clubs. His songs range from traditional through to contemporary, and even the odd pop song has been known to creep in occasionally.  John also writes some songs of his own and his friends’ experiences, all of which are performed in his unique manner.

malc_gurnham_150Malc Gurnham

Malc is an excellent singer, plays quite a variety of instruments (most of them with strings!) and is a highly regarded solo performer. He also can be found running singarounds and acting as an MC at many festivals throughout the country.

As well as performing, Malc promotes many folk events, including the jewel in the crown, Bedworth Folk Festival.

blues_division_150Blues Division

Blues Division are Sophia Barrington (vocals) and Arnold Chave (guitars and vocals); they started working together in June 2015.

What binds them together musically is a shared love of traditional blues music and they have a wide range of influences ranging from Robert Johnson, B. B. King, Muddy Waters, Howling Wolf,  Koko Taylor, Etta James to name only a few, but also include some well-known “standards”  that cross over between blues and jazz.

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