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The Folk Diary - nearly 40 years!

Vic Smith 08 Sep 09 - 03:49 PM
Leadfingers 08 Sep 09 - 08:44 PM
Valmai Goodyear 09 Sep 09 - 02:08 AM
Will Fly 09 Sep 09 - 03:12 AM
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Subject: The Folk Diary - nearly 40 years!
From: Vic Smith
Date: 08 Sep 09 - 03:49 PM

The new issue of The Folk Diary is now on-line at

Page 1 (572kb) Brighton Acoustic Season, The Stag Theatre Sevenoaks, Spyboy Presentations.
Page 2 (1547kb) Willows Folk Club, Arundel (Weds),Croydon Folk Club presents "The Navvy's Wife", The Rude Mechanicals (Weds), GBH Ceilidhs, The White Horse Bodle St. Green (Mons), The Beacon Tunbridge Wells (Mons).
Page 3 (836kb) Lewes Saturday Club, Royal Oak Lewes (Thurs) - Advertising rates and copy dates
Page 4 (679kb)Piggies Open Mic Uckfield (Tues), Sussex Folk Association, Lamb Eastbourne (Weds), Hobgoblin Music, Greg Harper dates.
Page 5 (1054kb) Roots Around The World, Grub Music Cafe East Grinstead, Brighton Folk & Blues Club (Fris).
Page 6 (2005kb) Fee Calls Ceilidhs, North Brighton Singarounds (Weds & Suns), Amberley Folk Club (Tues), Tenterden Folk Festival.
Page 7 (1659kb) Seaford Folk Club (Fris), Acoustic Sussex.
Page 8 (2051kb) Croydon Folk Club presents James Fagan & Nancy Kerr, Greg Harper album, Meltdown Ceilidhs, Hotel Le Cheval Blanc.
Page 9 (755kb) GP Music Productions, Elsies (Sats), Six Bells Chiddingly (Tues), Zoox at Bom-Bane's Cafe, Brighton Cellarfolk (Tues), Electric Voices.
Page 10 (721kb) Barry Murphy Banjos, Vince's fiddles, Barber & Taylor at The Open House, Croydon Folk Club, Mid-Sussex Folk Singers (Weds)
Page 11 (474 kb) Horsham Folk Club (Suns), Jo Chedgey, " With Our Pint Pots In Our Hands"
Page 12 (1599 kb) Gary's Live Music Club, Komedia Brighton
Page 13 (272 kb) Hawth Crawley, Button Badges, Sussex Pistols, 40 years of The Folk Diary

The next issue – number 240 – will mean that, as it is a bi-monthly publication, the magazine will have been going for 40 years and all that time there has been the same joint editors Jim Marshall and Vic Smith

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Subject: RE: The Folk Diary - nearly 40 years!
From: Leadfingers
Date: 08 Sep 09 - 08:44 PM

A Bloody Good Job , Bloody Well Done !

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Subject: RE: The Folk Diary - nearly 40 years!
From: Valmai Goodyear
Date: 09 Sep 09 - 02:08 AM

The Folk Diary makes a huge contribution to the Sussex folk music community and is an important reason why it's thriving. The Diary is accurate, easy to read, free and widely available; without it, clubs and concerts would be struggling to get their advertising to the people who need to see it. National festivals, instrument makers and music shops also advertise in it. When space allows, it includes reviews.

Many thanks to Jim Marshall and Vic Smith for all their sterling work over the years.

Lewes Saturday Folk Club

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Subject: RE: The Folk Diary - nearly 40 years!
From: Will Fly
Date: 09 Sep 09 - 03:12 AM

The Sussex Folk Diary is indispensable - what a fantastic record!

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