From: SEFAN [admin_at_sefan_dot_org_dot_uk]
Sent: 22 February 2010 15:46
Subject: SEFAN 2010-02-22_02 2xMusic for Change Events. KENT

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From: "Rosie Escott" <rosie_at_musicforchange_dot_org>
Date: 22 February 2010 11:41:02 GMT
Subject: RE: Events listings

Hi Penny,

Iíve attached a flyer for our Urban Folk Quartet at the Farmhouse on the 11th March. 

(100KB . pdf attached. Also displayed on our Bulletin Board _at_ <>)

Thursday 11th of March 2010 8pm
Music For Change presents
The Urban Folk Quartet
supported by Brendan Power
8pm - 12am

The Urban Folk Quartet has a truly unique sound, with each member bringing elements to the mix Ė Paloma Trigasís Spanish roots, guitarist Frank Moonís obsession with the oud and Joe Broughtonís ear for a good rock groove, all underpinned by percussionist Tom Chapmanís cajůn-based drum set-up.
Virtuosic not just in feel and technical ability but also in musical concept, The Urban Folk Quartet is a coming-together of four of the most inspired artists working in world music today.

The Farmhouse. Canterbury. CT1 3HD 

Booking at <>




Saturday the 27th Feb. 

we have a smaller Music for Change gig next Saturday at Coffee and Corks, 13 Palace Street, Canterbury, CT1 2DZ.

The band is called Madam Molotoff and consists of Yiannis Zaronis (guitar, lute, percussion) and Phil Holmes (saxophone, melodeon). They will be playing an acoustic set of Gypsy jazz and Balkan music from 8-9pm.

With best wishes,