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18-Dec-16
All on a Winter's Night; Johnny Coppin
Nailsea Iithe Barn 7 pm

31-Dec-16
New Years Eve Barn Dance / Ceilidh
Nailsea Tithe Barn 8pm

20-Jan-17
Vin Garbutt
Nailsea Tithe Barn 8pm

10-Feb-17
Breabach
Tithe Barn

17-Mar-17
St Patricks Night with Fougere Rouge
Tithe Barn 8pm

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Welcome to our autumn 2016 concert programme. We have tried to ring the changes and much of it is based on recommendations of our regulars. I am very excited by the programme having seen many of the performers at fesitvals.

Greg and Ciaran were explosive when I saw them at Towersey last year and such such greta fun. Bob Fox I heard when I went to Warhorse. Whose was that phenomenal voice I asked. It was tremendous ... it was Bob's. Phillip and Hannah blew me away at Priddy last year and Jane Taylor's CD Compass is my all time favourite CD. I never stop playing it.   

In addition to our concert programme we hold singers/ musicians nights on the second Tuesday of the month, 8.30 at Grove Sports Centre. Very welcoming and ideal for those who enjoy a traditional folk night.

 

We look forward to seeing you

 

Best wishes David

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18 Dec 16 All on a Winter's Night; Johnny Coppin

location: Nailsea Iithe Barn 7 pm

 

Sunday 18 Dec 7.00 pm  £12

"All on a Winter's Night" A Christmas Feast of Songs, Carols, Stories and Folklore with Johnny Coppin, Paul Burgess and Dik Cadbury

“A seasonal delight..beautiful and inspirational” Living Tradition

 

Johnny Coppin, one of England`s finest singer/songwriters presents a rich mix of traditional carols and new songs together with stories, superstitions and folklore from UK and beyond.

Expect a dash of well-written lyrics of integrity, add in some marvellous musicality from three multi-talented artists and season with festive memories, warm nostalgia and timeless rustic country customs . Joining Johnny onstage are Paul Burgess on fiddle, recorders and stories and Dik Cadbury on guitar. Now an integral part of the calendar, year on year this ever-popular concert continues to delight audiences young and old.

 

Unbelievably beautiful music ...just what you need for Christmas. English Song & Dance

And special tonight!!!

 

The concert will be back lit with beautiful photographic winter  images by Martin Fry and begins with a rousing festive welcome from the Barley Rye choir

 

www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

31 Dec 16 New Years Eve Barn Dance / Ceilidh

location: Nailsea Tithe Barn 8pm

Organised by Nailsea Tithe Barn Trust  New Years Eve barn dance

31 December 8pm. Tickets £10 adults, £25 families. 

Live band Fougere Rouge brings in the new year with a flurry of fiddles and flutes and plenty of festive fun with great dances

In aid of the Tithe Barn Trust

American Supper (bring and share buffet)  Licensed Bar

20 Jan 17 Vin Garbutt

location: Nailsea Tithe Barn 8pm

10 Feb 17 Breabach

location: Tithe Barn

17 Mar 17 St Patricks Night with Fougere Rouge

location: Tithe Barn 8pm

Fri Mar 17 St Patricks night with Fougere Rouge and friends. Tithe Barn 8pm £10 in aid of Nailsea Memory Café

A less formal night with the classic Irish favourites to sing along to and bundles of fiery gigs and reels to set the pulse racing.

23 Apr 17 Dan Walsh

location: Tithe Barn 8pm

Sun April 23 Dan Walsh Tithe Barn 8pm £10

 

Touted as one of the finest banjo players in the UK as well as being a superb singer, songwriter and guitarist, Dan Walsh is described as 'the real deal' (UNCUT). He has two critically acclaimed solo albums with another on the way and many tours of the UK and recent successful trips to Canada, Germany, India and New Zealand to his credit. Having made his name with duo Walsh and Pound and now a member of the award winning Urban Folk Quartet, as well as guest appearances on stage and on record with the Levellers and Seth Lakeman, this unique and eclectic musician has stunned audiences across the world.

'The real deal, a demon picker' - UNCUT

'Eclectically inspired and consistently brilliant' - FROOTS

'Incredible, you must see him' - JANICE LONG, BBC RADIO 2

21 May 17 Moor Ross and Rutter

location: Tithe Barn 8pm

Sun May 21  Moore Ross and Rutter Tithe Barn 8pm £12

 

Moore Moss Rutter is a contemporary trio consisting of Tom Moore (violin), Archie Churchill-Moss (melodeon) and Jack Rutter (guitar and vocals). Their material is often developed from traditional English folk tunes and pieces of their own compositions, which are heavily arranged using elements of folk, jazz, classical and bluegrass .

 

A series of remarkable gigs has heightened the sense of anticipation around the reunion of Jack Rutter (Seth Lakeman Band), Tom Moore (False Lights) and Archie Churchill-Moss (Beyond the Marches) in the trio that won them the 2011 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award. The intervening years have seen them play with some of the biggest and best acts in English folk music, and now they reconvene to release the follow-up to their acclaimed, eponymous debut album. Widely regarded as three of the best players of traditional folk amongst a precociously gifted generation, their finely-crafted arrangements wield a rare potency. Their music features ancient traditional material from Britain as well as newly composed tunes and songs, and focuses on their own movements from the countryside to large cities, and the contrasts that come into play, liberally sprinkled with the sound of modern electroacoustic grit. This trio has as much to do with contemporary music as it does with folk or baroque.

 

www.mooremossrutter.co.uk/

3 Sep 17 Teacups

location: Tithe Barn 8pm

Sun Sept  3 Teacups Tithe Barn 8pm £12

The Teacups sang at Nailsea Folk Club last year and the audience was blown away with the virtuosity of their singing and the ringing harmonies of their arrangements.

 Alex Cumming, Kate Locksley, Rosie Calvert and Will Finn met whilst studying on the Folk Degree at the University of Newcastle and formed The Teacups in 2010. It’s an age-old format – a quartet of singers: two men, two women – performing an age-old collection of songs. But The Teacups are new, they’re young, gutsy, and their debut album, One For The Pot, revels in the vibrancy of youth, and all that heartache, or confusion, or euphoria, that goes with it. 

www.facebook.com/theteacupsquartet

22 Sep 17 Saul Rose an James Delarre

location: Tithe Barn 8pm

Sun Sept 24 Saul Rose and James Delarre

 

James Delarre and Saul Rose combine thrilling fiddle performances with some of the finest melodeon playing. Inspired by more than fifteen years of appearing on the folk music scene, this new duo harnesses all the subtleties of traditional music while producing an exciting and energetic display of musicianship. Together they produce a full range of melodic and harmonic flavour with flowing melodies, rich harmony and considered vocal delivery. As firm friends the joy with which this pair experience music together is hypnotic, captivating and addictive.

 

 

http://jamesandsaul.com/