When pubs/bars over the UK are closing at a rate of knots – and with them the sessions & folk clubs they house – the one place folk music is flourishing is the INTERNET, where you can read about and listen to artistes old & new.
First a floor spot by Priscilla Ahn – “Dream”
Here to discuss with me some offerings from the Internet (over a virtual pint of Pendle Witch) is my old mate Nigel Harbron, singer/ songwriter/folk journalist who runs a session in Cumberland.
YOUTUBE is wonderful. At the click of a mouse, you can have front seat at an Irish session or be a guest of the Ngoqoko Cultural Group.
For Internet novices: Google YouTube; then type in the artiste’s name opposite the icon that looks like a magnifying glass.
Bootle Concertina Band Parade (16/08/08)-Loyalists in Liverpool
3 Sidmouth Music Week and J25 Concertina Band
5 Internet Video Jukebox
6 Peter Jones; Recollections
17 Email to the editor
19 Virtual Folkclub
22 11th Squeezeast at Stamford
23 In Memoriam Bob Bellas and Jim Briggs
Center magazine 8 pages music supplement; contributed by Randy Stein and Gerson Antunes.
Pauline de Snoo, Roger Gawley, Sally George, Patrick Gilbert, Martin Henshaw, Peter Jones, Dick Miles and Paul Walker.
Supplement to CW 463 “Bellows” by Eric Matusewitch (48 pages)
4 News from the librarian: Forster
5 10 children, 10 weeks, 10 concertinas
7 Internet Video Jukebox #4
9 Interview Robert Harbron
17 Temperaments Again
19 An ‘Alto’ Concertina
21 Dead Men Talking
23 Playing at a Music Festival
25 Hawkwood Concertina Band
30 Emails to the editor
34 Geoffrey Alan Thorp
36 Upcoming Events