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              MUSICAL TRADITIONS CLUB  Spring  2010 

Dear Musical Traditions Club Member, 

Hope to see you soon !

All the best,

Peta & Ken 



Friday  19th February

Bartram, Brookes & Weatherall

a rare chance to hear these three together, singing and playing a selection of English songs and dance tunes.

Chris 'Yorkie' Bartram has long been recognised as one of the finest singers “not on the folk-club scene, being

far happier in an informal setting. As are Neil Brookes (fiddle) and TonyWeatherall (melodeon) who play

regularly together in  sessions. 

        Chris Bartram: Yorkie -Traditional Songs From England, (Coughing Dog Music) There can't be more than a handful of people

in the country who can sing the old songs in a way which is utterly convincing - Chris is one of them….Rod Stradling: Musical Traditions. 

     The Whitchurch Hornpipe: Neil Brookes and Tony Weatherall (Wildgoose Records)

 A model of the way that English dance music should be played - plain functional music

 that also makes exciting listening when played with this zest.

 Vic Smith :  Folk  Roots                                            


With special guest ROBIN GILLAN   who sings to his own fiddle / banjo squeezebox / accompaniment, switching

from Davie Stewart to Roscoe Holcomb songs  with equal conviction. 


Friday 26th March

JIM MacFARLAND  Direct from Ireland. A passionate yet subtle singer with a great relish for the songs of

his native County Derry.

With The Rakes


Friday 9th April


Janet has a thrilling voice and the ability to bring out the heart of a song, be it a traditional ballad from her native Scotland or a piece making a political point. She also has a great sense of fun and excels at mouth music for dancing.  Her new CD Love Songs and Fighting Talk is out on Harbourtown HAR CD 052

With The Pigeon English Band


May 7th-9th  Keith Summers Festival.  Details soon !


Friday 4th June Special Guest tba


Friday 9th July

The Mighty Quinns (Matt and Dan) with Will Duke                      



 The King & Queen, 1 Foley Street, London W1W 6DL   Nearest tube: Goodge Street / Warren Street.   Parking OK after 6.30.  Club runs 8-11pm  .

 Admission for club nights : Members £6, concs. £4 Non - Members £7,concs. £5  



 The  SWINGTIME SERENADERS      swinging  jazz standards  featuring the vocals of Peta Webb  
 The White Hart, Drury Lane,  Monday  FEBRUARY   15th     
191 Drury Lane,  Holborn, London WC2B 5QD                       
6.30 pm-8.30 pm             ADMISSION FREE
  The SWINGTIME SERENADERS        Dulwich Woodhouse 
  Sunday  28th February 4.30-7.30      Admission Free                
39 Sydenham Hill ,    London SE26 6RS                       02086935666 
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