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Tenterden Folk Festival 2013

GUEST,Synbyn 09 Sep 13 - 12:49 PM
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Richard Bridge 09 Sep 13 - 05:08 PM
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The Sandman 10 Sep 13 - 07:07 PM
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Girl Friday 26 Sep 13 - 08:05 AM
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Richard Bridge 27 Sep 13 - 01:04 PM
The Barden of England 28 Sep 13 - 03:04 AM
Vic Smith 29 Sep 13 - 07:05 AM
The Sandman 29 Sep 13 - 07:10 AM
Girl Friday 29 Sep 13 - 07:38 AM
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The Sandman 29 Sep 13 - 01:07 PM
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GUEST,synbyn 30 Sep 13 - 08:26 AM
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Subject: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: GUEST,Synbyn
Date: 09 Sep 13 - 12:49 PM

The online programme's out- and apparently there are 72 Petes on display... lots of sessions and venues this year, looking good...


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: My guru always said
Date: 09 Sep 13 - 12:58 PM

I don't seem to be able to find the website *sigh* I've found e-tickets but I'd rather see the proper webpages. Any clues?


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Abdul The Bul Bul
Date: 09 Sep 13 - 01:57 PM

'Yer tiz for your delight.
Al


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: My guru always said
Date: 09 Sep 13 - 05:01 PM

Most kind, many thanks!


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 09 Sep 13 - 05:08 PM

I can't wait, can I bring my Peter?


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Girl Friday
Date: 10 Sep 13 - 08:21 AM

Hey, Bob, why are Skynflynt running the Sunday William Caxton session ? Have Wealden Ramblers got a gig ?


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 10 Sep 13 - 07:07 PM

I am booked to appear there and am looking forward to the weekend.
Dick Miles


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 11 Sep 13 - 03:10 AM

Saturday 10.30 to 11.30 a.m. in The Saddlery ~ Full Weekend tickets or £5 on the door
Squeeze boxes galore
DICK MILES, JIM BAINBRIDGE, PETE COE and VIC & TINA SMITH discuss the variety of squeeze boxes they play and demonstrate with some tunes and songs.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 12 Sep 13 - 12:34 AM

Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th October

Just click on the list on the left of this page to find out more as details are added.
If you would like to book a craft, music or street stall contact Paul Cumberland.

ABOUT TENTERDEN FOLK FESTIVAL

Tenterden Folk Festival takes place over four days with folk song, music and dance.
Tenterden, situated in the ancient Weald of Kent, about 12 miles west of Ashford, is an ideal setting for this friendly, family folk festival. It features one of the widest High Streets in the country lined with historic and listed buildings, numerous friendly pubs, cafes and restaurants and green verges.

Events:
Events at the festival include an English Barn Dance, concerts, sing-a-rounds, music sessions, folk clubs, special shows, a craft fair and street stalls, music stalls, dance displays, procession, showcases, meet the guest spots, workshops, dancers and musicians on the K&ES Railway, events for children and much more besides.

Venues and public houses:
Festival venues include The Evans Bar and Moulton Hall upstairs in the Tenterden Club, St Mildred's Parish Church, St Mildred's Church Hall, The Town Hall, The Recreation Ground and the High Street, There will also be events in the bars of The Woolpack, The White Lion, The Vine and The William Caxton plus The Wine Kitchen and Indulgence Cafe.

Welcome barn dance:
The English barn dance is a regular feature of the festival and is always very popular. As well as the barn dance there is often a chance to try other forms of traditional folk dancing.   

Concerts:
The main concerts on Saturday and Sunday will be held in the Tenterden Club with smaller acoustic concerts, including concerts on Friday, being held in the Saddlery at The White Lion. There will be a special fundraising concert on Thursday in the Town Hall.

Sing-a-rounds and music sessions:
One of the highlights of Tenterden Folk Festival for many of the participants are the numerous friendly and informal sing-a-rounds and music sessions. With a choice of four town centre pubs there is sure to be a sing-a-round or session that suits your taste going on in at least one of these venues.

Workshops and meet the guest sessions:
TFF is a charity formed to preserve and advance public education and appreciation of folk music, song and dance as part of the living heritage. Therefore we offer you a chance to "Meet" some of the guests in informal sessions. We also offer workshops where you can hear about folk related topics or improve your own skills.

Dance displays:
Tenterden is "the Jewel of the Weald" and over the Festival weekend it has even more colour and sparkle than usual as hundreds of Morris men and women and other folk dancers take to the streets of the town centre. The majority of teams are Morris dance sides of varying styles, from the Cotswold tradition and Black-faced Border style, to clog to garland dancers. The teams you will see will be both men's, women's and mixed sides and come from all over England. It's not just Morris you will see as Tenterden is regularly host to teams performing traditional dances from Scotland, Ireland, England, Slovakia and the Appalachian Mountains of North America. There is also Saturday's popular procession along the High Street.

Crafts fair, music stalls, other stalls and also street stalls:
The craft fair and other stalls will be in a large marquee on The Recreation Ground, just off the High Street. The marquee will act as the venue for the popular music showcases and dance stages. There will still be street stalls in the High Street.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Barden of England
Date: 12 Sep 13 - 05:47 AM

I'm there as a 'punter' this year as I couldn't commit to doing anything whilst not knowing my situation. It'll be interesting and different for me.
John Barden


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 12 Sep 13 - 01:25 PM

John, i hope you might feel up to singing a song, lets hope we have good weather


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Barden of England
Date: 12 Sep 13 - 04:48 PM

I'll be singing and playing, just not running anything this year. My condition is stable at the moment (I hope).
John Barden


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 15 Sep 13 - 12:45 PM

Oh, can we please have that sunshine like 2 years ago?


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 15 Sep 13 - 04:46 PM

Do not worry, I have it all arranged.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 18 Sep 13 - 07:11 AM

I will be doing a concertina workshop , and spare parts will be doing a concertina part workshop, on the sunday, details from website


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 22 Sep 13 - 02:01 PM

That's all right Dick, I go home on the Sunday! Accuweather is predicting dry and bright (but not hot) Thurs and Sat, but some damp on Fri. You need to pray harder. I shall take more internal antifreeze and waterproofing. Everybody knows that water and alcohol don't mix.

I can't decide whether to take either twin-neck, or just a 6. Carting a 12 and a 6 and the mandolin and the bodhran is a bit of a mission and if I add the songbooks it's a bit more of a mission.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 24 Sep 13 - 12:03 AM

Accuweather has changed its mind significantly for the worse.

Metcheck now showing soggy-ish with the exception of Saturday dry from 6 am to 6 pm.

But it seems that it could change again. Wevva!!


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 24 Sep 13 - 06:04 AM

Kent and East Sussex Railway
Morris dancers will be travelling on the trains and dancing on the stations on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday
10.45: Ravensbourne Morris Men
11.24: Handsaround
13.15: Old Shoreham Buccaneers
TBC:    Wolfs Head and Vixen Morris
Dancing at Town Centre Station: East Kent Morris and other sides
Sunday
TBC:   Chingford Morris Men


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 25 Sep 13 - 04:43 AM

dick miles, concertina workshop, 2 to 3 pm, oct 6.
The workshop will deal with song accompaniment and also tune playing, i will provide 2 copies of 3 pieces, one song and 2 tunes, i will also briefly talk about bellows use, if people wish to bring music stands, that is fine by me.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Girl Friday
Date: 26 Sep 13 - 08:05 AM

We'll be arriving Thursday lunchtime. Are there any singarounds planned for Thursday evening ? If not, could we start one ?


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 27 Sep 13 - 07:53 AM

girl friday, try contacting alan castle the festival organiser.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 27 Sep 13 - 01:04 PM

Likewise Linda.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Barden of England
Date: 28 Sep 13 - 03:04 AM

We'll be there Linda. Not too sure if anything is on but we'll have a look.
John Barden


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Vic Smith
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 07:05 AM

I will be sharing two events with Dick Miles at Tenterden. In spite of the fractious comments that we have shared (or, to be more honest, used to share)on Mudcat, I daresay that we will be perfectly polite and friendly with one another when we meet again.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 07:10 AM

Indeed, Vic, I am looking forward to the Festival, and looking forward to be being polite and friendly when we meet up.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Girl Friday
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 07:38 AM

I emailed Alan Castle to ask for a marquee spot, some months back. Also, the Chief Steward, Kathy Drage said she'd ask if we could cover for Cherrington and Ward who can't come. Neither has born fruit, and my email wasn't even acknowledged, so can't see how asking him is going to work.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Vic Smith
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 09:03 AM

Printed programme shows that all marquee spots have been filled.

Sorry that you didn't get a reply, Girl Friday, but speaking as the organiser of a festival in the next county, you must realise that festival organisers are inundated with requests for bookings at folk festivals every day, so it is not surprising that some get through without a response.

I try to send a cut'n'paste, standard acknowledgement to all I receive saying something like " wait & see... bring your name to the committee... will only reply if we have a positive response" but then I've had complaints that this is 'too impersonal', so I've found that I can't win.

The sad facts are that I have a pretty good idea of who I want to book, who will draw a crowd and who fits in with the ethos of our festival before I start out each year and the chances of getting a booking by cold calling or email are about 1%.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 01:07 PM

I try to send a cut'n'paste, standard acknowledgement to all I receive saying something like " wait & see... bring your name to the committee... will only reply if we have a positive response"
Vic, I think that is a good response.
Girl Friday, my advice is find an empty pub on the thursday night, ask the landlord,contact your friends and start an informal sing, why would Alan Castle mind?


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 01:43 PM

many years ago [1974],
I was at Whitby festival, a group of us[ The Wilson Family, myself, Colin Cater, and others,I think also Chris Timson and Ann Gregson were dissatisfied with the lack of singarounds, there was only dry one up at the drill hall, so we did something about it,we started a singaround in the Cutty Sark pub, this informal fringe singaround became a great success and carried on for years.to paraphrase Mr Punch," Thats the way to do it"


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 03:33 PM

Two points. A local-ish organiser ought to know of Alan and Linda who have recently released a rather nice CD.

Second, there is a very limited number of pubs in Tenterden (made worse now the 8 Bells has become a chain-restaurant - a sacrilege) namely the Woolpack, the White Horse, the Caxton, and the Vine which is an abomination. Just starting a session is tricky - even if the sun is out the High Street is a non-starter because of the Morris drums.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Girl Friday
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 04:40 PM

Thanks for all comments. I wasn't asking for a booking, just a marquee spot for fun would have been nice . At one time there was a small marquee just inside of the school gate that hosted an open mic. Sadly that seems to have become an official concert. I do have a programme, so know where the singarounds are - thankyou. I noted that there was not one listed for Thursday evening for those of us who don't dance and don't want a concert that isn't included in the weekend ticket.

If I knew in advance of a pub that might like such a thing on Thursday (being an organiser of a folk club) I would be more than happy to host something. We'll be up at the campsite from Thursday. if anyone else is interested please p.m. me.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 04:50 PM

I'll be there.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 29 Sep 13 - 05:37 PM

Having looked at 5 weather forecasts on the internet, the consensus seems to be - Thursday afternoon, bring cedars of Lebanon and round up animals in pairs. Friday damp, but no Niagara. Saturday you MIGHT find Mount Ararat.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 30 Sep 13 - 03:43 AM

A nice boozy morning at Tenterden -


https://twitter.com/tenterdenfolk/status/383656370387423232/photo/1/large?utm_source=fb&utm_medium=fb&utm_campaign=tenterdenfolk


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T
Date: 30 Sep 13 - 04:58 AM

Seems that I might be braving the rigours of Arriva bus travel on Friday, so I would be grateful for details of singarounds that afternoon.

Which would be the best for what I normally do?

Don T.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: GUEST,synbyn
Date: 30 Sep 13 - 08:26 AM

Good luck to one and all- will be along a bit later as have family funeral on friday- assuming, since the roof is open to the elements beneath a layer of membrane & the slates are stacked up there, that there are no emergencies on Thurs...see you soon


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Girl Friday
Date: 30 Sep 13 - 11:22 AM

Only seems to be synbyn's session at THe William Caxton, but it's quite eclectic... they let us play.That's 11.30 - 2.00. Lots of ticket events in the afternoon. Maybe we could get something else going. If it's going to be wet we need an indoor venue. Though, as Richard points out, the High Street pubs suffer from Morris Dancing in the street.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: My guru always said
Date: 06 Oct 13 - 05:01 AM

Managed to get along for the Singaround in the Barn last night. It was a bit of a trek from Leatherhead, but worth it as there were lots of hugs, friendly faces & some excellent singers. Managed to sing Gordon's song by Bryony McGinty, a wonderful song - bright frost diamonds in the grass.....

Wish we could have come for the weekend but too much to do & so little time. Maybe next year!


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 06 Oct 13 - 01:02 PM

Fri and Sat there were three sessions on most of the time - tunage in the White Thingy, and stuff in The Caxton and in the Woolpack. The Caxton Friday lunchtime was excellent and so was the Woolpack Friday evening. Saturday I mostly rested and Sunday I was gone - but I gave some fiends a lift up to the White Thingy and I think they were aiming for tunage again.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Vic Smith
Date: 06 Oct 13 - 05:00 PM

See over 100 photos of Tenterden Folk Festival 2013 by clicking here


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: severed-head
Date: 06 Oct 13 - 05:02 PM

Shanty session on Saturday afternoon upstairs in the club was very enjoyable. Saturday evening singaround in the barn was also good, but only got to sing one song as we had to leave to get the minibus back to Romford. Getting back north of the river proved a challenge, with Blackwall Tunnel closed and QE2 Bridge also closed. Minibus driver, however, did a great job to keep delays to a minimum, and had to endure our singing all the way home!
Garry


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: GUEST,FloraG
Date: 07 Oct 13 - 03:52 AM

Tenterden always was the festival that ended the morris year after its start at Sweeps.
It was especially nice that both the landlord of the Caxton and the Woolpack were keen to host events.
I'm not convinced that you needed ' special guests' in the sing arounds. The ones I heard were OK - but there were many ' non guests' who were equally good.
The highlight for me was playing again with the accordian player who used to play for Bull Nose - one of those crazy inventive accordian players.
We introduced the morris side to the delights of Dorset apple cake.
Happy days
FloraG


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: Girl Friday
Date: 09 Oct 13 - 06:58 AM

You've all done different things and enjoyed the Festival. It was really good to be able to attend the whole weekend. Any previous reservations that I had re the campsite are gone. The toilets were very good, the doors locked, there was adequate paper, and hand cleaner. We arrived before the water did,but that was no big deal either. We had taken exactly enough bottled water for drinking. Even with the deluge of Thursday night's storm, there was no mud (at least at the top where we were.) It's fairly central for the venues too. We made great use of our season tickets, attending several concerts. Mumblin' would have done the music for sessions workshop had he been awake at 10.30 a.m. I requested an afternoon one next year. We gave Indulgence a good ammount of custom. The morning and afternoon sessions were very good . We managed to get a sing in the Caxton on Sunday night. Well done to Synbyn on fitting everyone in, and mostly twice.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 12 Oct 13 - 02:16 PM

what an enjoyable festival, thanks to alan castle and his team, had a great singaround on sunday evening with paul and liz davenport jim bainbridge and dick miles and bob and kath drage and others [sorry i dont know all your names].


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: GUEST,FloraG
Date: 13 Oct 13 - 08:31 AM

The comments from my local folk club was that if you just went for the day then Saturday was the better option. Was Sunday PM a bit thin?
FloraG


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 13 Oct 13 - 06:07 PM

No, it seemed busy all the time, I was there for the whole weekend, I just had a concertina workshop on the sunday, so i spent some time out and about and looking in at different things, my impression was it was busy.


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: GUEST,Florag
Date: 14 Oct 13 - 04:22 AM

We packed and went home Sunday PM. so can't say one way or the other.
FloraG


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: The Sandman
Date: 14 Oct 13 - 02:09 PM

I was there all day,it seemed busy


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Subject: RE: Tenterden Folk Festival 2013
From: GUEST,FloraG
Date: 15 Oct 13 - 04:49 AM

The other comment I got was from a couple who( I think ) are fairly new to folk music. They thought the Saturday PM session in the barn was too ' samey'. I think what they meant was too much unaccompanied singing - not enough jolly tunes.
FloraG


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