Dave Woods. Musician and runs a recording studio for Acoustic Musicians.
The Spiders Web
Cleethorpes Folk Festival
The Ram Club
Website: The Ram Club. Thames Ditton, KT7 0HB
The relationship with the Ram club goes back a long way. Before his move to Grimsby Arthur Knevett was organiser of the Fighting Cocks Folk club in Kingston along with Rod Stradling. A gentleman named Brian Ravenhill became a member of the Fighting Cocks and was greatly influenced by Arthur’s singing. Brian along with is wife Jane started the Ram in 1983. Members of the Ram were regulars at the Cleethorpes Folk Festival. Links continue through the current organisers of the Ram and Grimsby clubs. .
Louth Folk Club
Monthly music events. For details Louth Folk Club
Grimsby Morris Men
Website: Grimsby Morris Men
|Dave & Julie Evardson
A book of songs with CD for children 4 – 9 entitled THREE TROUBLESOME TYKES
The ‘Tykes’ aim in life is to make life difficult for children. JIGGERY JOE is a spoilsport, messes up your room & scares you with strange noises at night. RICKERTY ROCK makes you clumsy & forgetful, as well as playing tricks with the time. SPICKETY SPIKE messes with your food, making nice things bad for you, & horrid things good for you. Price £5-49 (includes postage etc)
|Paul Bellamy & Lynn Haynes
Website: http://www.spanglefish.com/paulbellamyandlynnhaynes/ Visit Paul & Lynn's Facebbok Page
|Listings of local events.
The magazine for folk music in Lincolnshire & East Yorkshire
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|For listings of Festivals in the England
Website: Folk Festival lists
|Folk21 aims to help sustain, support and develop a thriving “guest booking” folk club scene in the UK.
The Late Derek Rushmer sadly died June 2003. He was a well respected singer at this club who entertained audiences for many years. Dave Woods has completed the album Derek put together before he died and any proceeds will go to the Macmillan Cancer Relief fund. CD costs £10.00 available at the club.
It's a great album.
The Songs of Late Pete Addison
It's a some time now since Pete Addison passed away & his sisters let me have a bag full of his jottings. It's taken me awhile to sort through "Pete's stuff" and although you couldn't say he was a prolific writer I think there's enough to put together a commemorative booklet / CD.
Would anyone be interested in recording a song or poem from Pete's repertoire? (Please note The Braider's Song, Storm of 53 & Dolly's Lollies are already covered).If you're interested please phone Dave Evardson on 01472 693137
|Late Geoff Turner (2015)