From: Folk in the Barn [debs_at_folkinthebarn_dot_co_dot_uk]
Sent: 03 February 2011 15:27
Subject: Folkin Feb and beyond
Just to let you know that booking is open now for all the Spring dates up till
end of May and full details of all the concerts are on the website. Bookings
are flooding in so please be quick if you want to be certain of tickets.
Please remember you can also have the convenience of booking online at
gigs are now listed there, but please don't reserve them with me and then book
online because they'll be allocated to you twice, and I'll get even more
confused than usual! For Show of Hands at the Quarterhouse in Folkestone,
you’ll need to book direct with the venue on 01303 858500
Megson has sold out in record time, thanks everyone! Really looking forward
to that. The next concert - The Travelling Talesman with Reg Meuross and Tom
Palmer still has availability and promises to be an excellent evening with two
great guys. If you haven't seen them - trust me! - have I ever let you down?
Here's some persuasional blurb below....
Reg Meuross and Tom Palmer are two of the West Country's finest singer-
songwriters. Performing as The Travelling Talesmen their contrasting styles
weave together seamlessly to produce a evening full of songs - tales of love,
legends, villainy and heroism, friendship and fools. On stage together
throughout the show, they swap songs, sing solos and perform inspired duets
from their joint repertoire; drawing from a collection of self penned songs
taken from their critically acclaimed solo albums.
Reg Meuross is described as a ‘master storyteller’ (Pennyblack Music). Using
clever and imaginative lyrics, Reg has earned his reputation as one of the
most talented folk/roots musicians around. From gigging in village halls to
The Royal Albert Hall, Reg consistently delights his audiences with songs of
life, love and injustice; all soulfully delivered with melodic high-tenor
vocals, exemplary guitar playing and a warm, engaging style which draws you
into his music.
Tom Palmer is described by Mike Harding as a 'great singer-songwriter'. He was
the first artist signed by Phil Beer (Show of Hands) to his Chudleigh Roots
label and is a big man with a musical personality to match. 'His gravelly and
deeply powerful resonant voice is an extraordinary instrument; his guitar
playing is both accomplished and satisfying' (Netrhythms). Combined with songs
of passion and places, of tenderness and torn lives, emotions and everything
in between, Tom is firmly placed amongst the ‘must-sees’.
I love them both, but they're so different, you really are getting two for the
price of one here!
Saturday 19th February
St Gregory's Centre for Music
Tickets £13 Full price £11 Concessions
£1 extra on the door
Steve & Phil will be appearing on the Andrew Marr Show on BBC1, Sunday 6th
Feb. The show starts at 9am
Saturday 26th February sees Fairport on their winter tour at the Theatre Royal
And on Monday coming (7th) - very exciting news - yours truly will be hob
nobbing with the folky hob nobs at the Folk Awards. Yes little old me got an
invite - I feel a bit like Cinderella going to the Ball! Haven't got a clue
what to wear! For the first time, you can not only listen to the awards on
the radio, but they'll also be available to watch on the Red Button channel,
for those with digital tv. More info here
I'll try and wave at
remember this - Never criticise the Post Office. One day, they might find out
where you live." (Les Barker)
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