Grimsby Folk Club

April 2024

7th: Lynne Heraud & Pat Turner
Lynne Heraud & Pat Turner Individally, and in combination with a variety of well-known singers and bands, Lynne and Pat have both served long apprenticeships on the shop-floor of folk music. Between them they play guitar, recorder, English concertina and a variety of whistles (including swanee, policeman's and referee's), list a spoons workshop in their hall of fame, and are not in the least averse to dressing up or dancing when a song requires it. They both agree, however, that their voices are their most important instruments. Their resulting style is a unique blend of stunning song and harmony, and a humour which takes their audience on a roller-coaster ride - "everything from high tragedy to ingenious smut in glorious vocal harmony!"

Lynne Heraud & Pat Turner' Web Site

14th: Room & Zoom
Tonight we host another night of singers, musicians and poets both in the room and with our friends further afield on Zoom

21st: Hunter Muskett
Hunter Muskett Hunter Muskett is an acoustic/electric 3-piece playing distinctive original songs in a folky, bluesy sometimes Americana vein. Terry Hiscock - acoustic and electric guitars, slide guitar, piano, vocals, Doug Morter - acoustic and electric guitars, vocals, Rog Trevitt - bass guitar, mandolin, vocals. Originally formed in 1969 they played at home and abroad until 1974 producing two, now collectable, albums: Every Time You Move with bassist Danny Thompson and then with Keith Relf of the Yardbirds who produced the album Hunter Muskett.
Doug Morter went on to carve out a career as the ‘go-to’ vocalist/guitarist of the folk-rock scene collaborating with the Albion Band, Maddy Prior, Jerry Donahue, and Richard Digance among many others. Since reforming in 2010 Hunter Muskett now tour again and have released two albums of new material: That Was Then This Is Now and Unafraid and Sober. Terry's song, "Silver Coin", is still performed by Archie Fisher and Barbara Dickson as well as floor singers everywhere. .
Hunter Muskett's Web Site

28th: Club Night

Singers, Musicians, Poets, Story Tellers, People enjoying club perfomers all welcome