A fair number of folkies are either retired or in the lower income bracket. Serves them right, I say, for not buying up bankrupt companies during the asset-stripping Klondyke days of the 1980s. Furthermore, I suggest that these undesirables be cordoned off somewhere out of sight at festivals while we sing about the hardships of miners, farm labourers and the unemployed.
We Range Rover types have to stick together on this, Maxwell, or before we know it folk music will be overrun by working class oiks.
Obviously, you were generalising.
Just as obviously, you won't mind me extracting the urine.