From: Petawebken_at_aol_dot_com
Sent: 03 March 2009 22:35
Cc: joelocker_dot_t21_at_btinternet_dot_com; rosie_at_rosiedavis_dot_fsnet_dot_co_dot_uk
  Dear Member, 
Lots of exciting events coming up ! See you soon.
All the best,
Peta  & Ken  

                              MUSICAL TRADITIONS CLUB     SPRING  2009
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  Friday  13th March
 Songs and tunes from  singer /fiddle player  Jim with a cherished repertoire of songs he's collected in Yorkshire, many from English Gypsies, plus a few powerful orginals.
 Lynette is a brilliant, immaculate champion clog dancer specialising in the intricate North East style.  
with The Pigeon English Band
                                          TWO DATES IN APRIL
Friday 3rd April   Davis, Locker & Winquist  
Traditional  American  songs and tunes  featuring Rosie's renowned  Appalachian "flatfoot" step-dancing.
ROSIE DAVIS  (vocals, bass, banjo, autoharp) is a compelling singer and a fine song-writer, creating words and music with a strong traditional feel.
JOE LOCKER (vocals, banjo, guitar) from New York, learned folk music  and banjo-picking from his family then developed his skills at the famed Washington Square Park Sunday sessions. Since residing in Britain, he has played mostly with Tom Paley in the New Deal String Band.
BOB WINQUIST (fiddle, harmonies) from Vancouver Island, is Britain's master country-bluegrass fiddler.

See them live on video via the website
Fri 24 April Niamh Parsons  
From Dublin , one of Ireland's finest singers, a great communicator  renowned for her expressive voice, her mastery of ornamentation and for her strong sense of the story behind the song.
"In a voice filled with sweet melancholy and stately passion, Niamh Parsons sings traditional Irish songs, making ancient tales of love sound tender and immediate. A remarkable a cappella singer." - The New York Times
with The Rakes
Friday  May 8th -  Sunday 10th 2009  Musical Traditions Club  presents:
West Country focus with  Vic & Vivienne Legg ;  MOOR MUSIC
(Mark Bazeley, Jason Rice, Rob Murch, Bill Murray);  Amy Birch; ORCHARD Family (Sun. only) ;  John & Katie Howson's
EAST ANGLIAN Concert Party with Simon Ritchie and special guests;
Grace Toland , Brian Doyle, Kevin Mitchell, Con "Fada" Drisceoil, Jerry O'Reilly  (IRELAND); Ellen Mitchell (SCOTLAND) ;
                  The Rakes and The Pigeon English Band.
     Pre-booked ticket holders only - limited space. 
     Priority for those holding current membership card.
    Weekend ticket 40 (concs. 30) or 8 per session
    (concs. 6)    Fri. 8-11, Sat. 1- 5.30, 8-11, Sun. 1- 5.30, 8-11.
        contact :   petawebken_at_aol_dot_com or 0208 340 0530
VENUE: The King & Queen, 1 Foley Street, London W1W 6DL (junction of Foley Street and Cleveland Street). 8-11pm. Nearest tube: Goodge Street / Warren Street. Parking OK after 6.30.  
Fri 12th June  Tony Hall melodeon wizard from Norfolk  with The English String Band
 Admission for general club nights :
 Members 6, concs. 3.50 . Non - Members 7, concs. 4   

Musical Traditions Club at The King & Queen, 1 Foley Street, London W1W  6DL (at the junction of Foley Street and Cleveland Street). 8-11pm. Nearest tube: Goodge Street /Warren Street/ Great Portland Street. Parking OK  after 6.30.  

For further info., email us on petawebken_at_aol_dot_com  or ring 0208-340-0530     or    see  





Saturday 4th April                      Rosie Stewart, direct from Fermanagh !

The Cellar Upstairs Folk Club

VENUE: Exmouth Arms, Starcross Street, London  NW1 2HR (on the corner of Cobourg Street, near Euston and Euston Square stations; parking is easy), on Saturdays at 8.15pm.
INFORMATION: 020 7281 7700

     Monday 16th March
                         6.30 pm-8.30 pm                            ADMISSION FREE 
       The White Hart, 191 Drury Lane,  Holborn, London WC2B 5QD        
Nearest tube:  Covent Garden Tube Station (0.3 km)         Holborn Tube Station (0.4 km)
                        Leicester Square Tube Station (0.6 km)
                The  SWINGTIME SERENADERS 
  swinging  jazz standards for your listening pleasure    
                                           featuring the vocals of Peta Webb 
contact :
Andy Simons   020 8521 9157      jazzyandy_at_googlemail_dot_com
Peta Webb      020 8340 0530       petawebken_at_aol_dot_com   
Andy Simons (guitar)          Tony Engle (saxophones)
Ned Clack     (tuba)           Peta Webb (vocals)
Stuart James (saxophone, clarinet, flute)   

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