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Subject: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 17 Feb 11 - 06:28 AM

I normally haunt jazz & blues gigs but last night I made one of my rare forays into folkie stuff with the Phoebe Wright/Bob Fox gig at Jagz. Upcoming young singer-guitarist Phoebe was well into her set when I turned up, sorry to have missed the start- she has a clear pure voice & fingerpicks guitar. "Veteran" (ie much younger than me) NE England singer guitarist Bob Fox was excellent as expected and gave us plenty of chance to join in choruses. Tonight (17th Feb),the same venue presents Or, the Whale (named after the subtitle to Moby Dick of course) a "7-piece alt-country band playing everything from accordians to saw". Sounds interesting, but I'll be at South Street Reading for 3 National Steel players including Lewis Cohen.
Sonny Black's Roots & Blues, with guest Paul Critchfield, is back at Jagz on 3rd March (jammers welcome) and Artree, who promoted the Roots session with Bob Fox, are back with folk duo Hickman & Quinn on 9th March. I'll try to get to that, though I'll definitely be there the following night for jazz singer Linley Weir. Every Tuesday there is an open mic night that I haven't managed to catch yet but so far has featured a wide range of acts from blues duos to hammered dulcimer and hurdy gurdy ,and pianist/singer, Kelly Boazman. Slots can be booked at graham@jagz.co.uk. All details and updates at Jagz

RtS
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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 18 Feb 11 - 05:59 AM

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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 18 Feb 11 - 06:04 AM

Refresh before it drops off the bottom. Seems there's more interest in "What's on in Surrey" than in Berkshire! About 60 last night in Reading for Lewis Cohen & Stewart Cumberpatch National Steel. 7 Nationals on stage including, allegedly, one of only 6 remaining in the world with short-lived stylised palm-tree back. Next month in Reading (17th March): Paul Lamb & the Kingsnakes.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 25 Feb 11 - 05:54 AM

I enjoyed the Tuesday open mic last week, I'll go again. Everything from French chanson to hammered dulcimer & hurdy gurdy (Damian Clarke)via Skyport Ade's comic songs. The one singing the choruses out of tune was me. Also next week Sonny Black Blues and Roots club on Thursday 3rd March. Bill's guest is Paul Critchfield : Inspired via The Kingston Trio and skiffle in the 60's to begin playing, Paul was a regular at The White Horse Folk club in Reading where he hacked out versions of Martin Carthy, John Renbourne and Davey Graham songs, ending up in the early 70's in Blues Rock mode where he stayed for many years in the band "Blue rocket" ; a couple of soul and blues bands and many other diverse musical adventures. In the last 15 years Paul has regularly played for several ceilidh bands on guitar, bass, and drums; and an active member of Mark T's "root dogs"; "Scarlet Street" ( a blues jazz and soul band); a pub duo called "The Hired Hands" and for the past couple of years Bass player for "Clayson and the Argonaughts".
See you there

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 02 Mar 11 - 06:09 AM

Great open mic at Jagz last night*, as well as more of the same (or different!) next Tuesday there's Sonny Black's blues night tomorrow (3rd)with guest Paul Critchfield, then next Wednesday (9th) folk duo Hickman & Quinn and for jazz lovers like me, on Thursday 10th, singer Linley Weir.
Lots of stuff coming upin Bracknell too:
Jens Franke, classical guitar 17th June;Guitar fest on 30 April I've already plugged; Show of Hands on 6 April;Johhny Kearney & Lucy Farrell 14th May; Eliza Carthy 17th May; Warsaw Village Band 21st June; Crowns 21 May; Blues on 6,20,April(both Blues is Truth) 27 April(Papa George)15 June (BiT Big Band) 29 June (blues jam) all at South Hill Park (www.southhillpark.org.uk).

RtS
*regular Latin/French chanson singer, acoustic instrumentals from young josh Weaver, blues & Americana from Anglo-US duo Jeffrey Steinhardt & David Doddington (catch them at the Crown Amersham on Friday 4th March before Jeff returns to US)and a soul-ish 5 piece (a bit too large for the space!)Liam Coughlin Band.


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 25 Mar 11 - 06:44 AM

A great open mic night last Tuesday with Kelly Boazman, dad, Sonny Black, One and Only folk duo, Katie off C-Beebies cookery show who also duetted with Kelly and... your own, your very own Mudcatter, Leadfingers, who showed the younger folk how it is done & joined the duo on whistles for a rousing finale. Next Tuesday,29th March guests are August List + whoever else turns up. Sonny Black's roots & blues night is 6th April with guest John Walsh + jammers. Neil Innes is on 1st April and Artree's next Roots night is 20th April with Jackie Leven + support Anthea Neads & Andy Prince.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 26 Mar 11 - 09:53 AM

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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 18 Apr 11 - 06:20 AM

refresh
Open mic on Tuesday with Exile Gilbney & the Stoned Hillbillies, Artree as already mentioned on Wednesday (though I won't be there). Thursday Sam Kelly Blues Band in Reading (South Street).

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 28 Apr 11 - 06:53 AM

Open Mic as usual on Tuesday 5th May at Jagz, Ascot. - this week's Mardigrass bluegrass band were very good: even did a bluegrass version of Robert Johnson's Crossroads. Nest week's guests are Liam Coghlin band and Odette Michell. Sonny Black's Roots night on Wednesday 6th May with guest Bob Hadrell, the former keyboard player with the Dukes (& the man who had to work out what key I was singing in on my notorious appearance with Sonny B & the Dukes,nearly 8 years ago: most of the audience have now completed trauma counselling). Open mic spots available then as well. Bracknell South Hill Park Guitar Festival this Saturday, 30th April, still some tickets available.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 19 May 11 - 06:52 AM

Good open mic last night at Jagz:Rik Knight,Dave ?,This side of Paradise (Neil & Christine from Shifty Litle Sister as a guitar/flugel duo), James Fletcher Trio and All things Considered.
Tonight(18th May) at Reading South Street monthly blues: Ed Genis and the great Michael Messer.
Coming Saturday 21st May: Birch Hill Bracknell Charity Folk Festival for Cnacer Research. Full details of venues & prices at: Birch Hill Folk Festival
A great line up includes: Steve Donnelly, Quality Street,Hilary Ward,Tony Carling & Rhythm Bitches,Doug Brown & Pam Hibbert,Suzi Zeffert* & Tim Furness,Mad Sea Dog,Mike Peach,Paula Tait,Double Jeopardy, John Tanner & Sarah Cudmore
AND
TERRY "LEADFINGERS" SILVER.
Next Tuesday (24th May)Jagz open mic will be headliend by Martin Montague and Don't Look Now.
Wednesday 25th May blues from Amy Wadge and Pete Riley supported by This side of Paradise.
Sunday 29th great lunchtime jazz from Lee Gibson backed by Andy Panayi quartet.
Tuesday 31st Open mic wiht Ghost and the Highwayman
Wednesday 1st June Sonny Black's monthly roots and blues with Andy Broad. (last month's guest was Bob Hadrell so that was half my backing group from 7 years ago (*BG*). Herself came with me to make sure I wasn't tempted to join them on stage this time!).
Thursday 2nd June boogie woogie from Ben Waters.
Then Jagz will concentrate on selling booze to punters en route to Royal Ascot to raise the cash to keep the club going the rest of the year. Like most sensible Ascot residents I shall be going away till it's all over.
Back on Wednesday 29th June Artree's folk night will have Chris Ricketts and Anne Macdonald.

RtS
*I wonder if she's any relation to mail-order record finder Alan Zeffert who helped me build up my jazz LP collection in the late '60s?


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 19 May 11 - 07:04 AM

Apologies for the non-working link (never trust a local newspaper!)
The real web address for the folk festival at Birch Hill is :Folk Festival
Mind you they also said Leadfingers had been a folk singer since the 1860s! Should that be the 1880s, Terry? *BG*.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Leadfingers
Date: 19 May 11 - 08:54 AM

I shall refrain from any comment Roger !


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 09 Oct 11 - 10:50 AM

Also one for the folkies: The Moonrakers (Celtic traditional & contemporary songs and tunes) All Saints Church, London Road, Ascot, Sat 22nd October 7.30 pm £10 (£8 concesssions). More information:
Moonrakers

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: GUEST,Phil-Artree
Date: 10 Oct 11 - 04:19 AM

Roger - thank you so much for the time you take in promoting Jagz and especially the folkier side of things at the venue.

As I said in another thread - times are hard and audiences low at the moment. Things will I'm sure pick up, but it's really encouraging for promoters like myself to know that the shows are being appreciated and that people like yourself will take the time to plug them.

We're trying to get word of the events out to as many people, and keep the entry price as low as we can to get people through the door. We know the quality is always high - we just need more folks to give the events a chance!

Christine Collister this Thursday at Jagz (£10), Chris Ricketts at Folking Live (South Hill Park) in Bracknell next Thursday - 20th (£5).

Should be a great couple of shows.

Cheers

Phil

www.artree.org.uk


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 10 Oct 11 - 06:06 AM

*blush*
Open mic at Jagz this month: 11th Oct headlined by Scattered Few, 18th Anthea Neads & Andy Prince + Caddy Cooper, 25th Morrison, 1st Nov Caddy Cooper. Fill those open mic slots or I may be tempted to unleash the kazoo...

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 08 Nov 11 - 06:21 AM

At Jagz: Open mic tonight (8th Nov) with Pauly Zarb, 'Catter InObu's lesser-known cousin, John Otway's usual brand of mayhem on Wednesday. Thursday 10th is acoustic guitar heaven with Mike Dawes/Amy Turk, John Dignam and Andy Broad. Next Tuesday's 15th open mic with Sam Brett, Wednesday 16th Sean Taylor, Thursday 17th I'll be at the monthly blues night in Reading (South St) with 24 Pesos, Jack Warshaw & Martin Wood. Back at Jagz on the 22nd with Kelly Boazman (& probably dad, Sonny Black). Michael Messer on the 24th (he's also at South St on 15th Dec with Second Mind Band). Caddy Cooper is on Open Mic on 29th.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 09 Jan 12 - 06:34 AM

Open mic back on Tuesday 10th (& subsequent Tuesdays)with the usual crowd, Thursday 12th Sonny Black (see SB thread). Next Thursday (19th Jan 2012) Michael Roach is at South St Reading while US band Roosevelt Bandwagon is on at Jagz Ascot. Jamie Howell & Linley Weir the following Thursday 26th at Jagz and on 9th Feb open mic regulars Caddy Cooper & Pauly Zarb join up for a feast of many instruments & songs. Further ahead, Geno Washington & Yo Yo blues is on on 23rd March. Check out the website for more. The Reading 12 monthly blues dates at South St are also available on the website.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 13 Jan 12 - 11:52 AM

Just picked up the latest leaflet from South Hill Park Bracknell. Items that may interest folks here are : Folking Live on 18 Feb,24 March & 28 April, Cellar Bar 7.30. Hamsters still on their farewell tour, Wilde Theatre tonight 13 Jan at 8pm. Blues & Rock evening Cellar Bar 28 Jan 8pm. Unthanks, Jonny Kearney & Lucy Farrell, Wilde Theatre 19 April 8pm. James Holland lute recital 24 March 7.30 pm. SHP has lost a lot of its grant so needs all the support people can give.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 17 Feb 12 - 06:58 AM

Last night Richard Digance was at Jagz,but I was at South St Reading for the Dave Thomas Blues Band with blues shouter Norrie "Snakebite" Burnett and Dave "Bouffant" Raphael guesting on harp. The opening act was an excellent country blues due: Andy Mathewson and Lisa Winship. They are appearing at Jagz open mike on 27th March- highly recommended.
Other open mike headliners at Jagz are:Quiet Engine 21st Feb,Morrison 28th Feb & 13 March,Kelly Boazman & Rowdy member 6th March, Skyport Ade & Potting Shed band 20 March, Adrian Johnson 3rd April. In the main room the Jazz Dudes are on 23rd March & Lee Gibson 18th March, Asaf Sirklis Trio on 29 March for the jazz fans.
The rest of the monthly blues at South Street, Reading are:
Spike Drivers with Fran McGillvray, Mike Burke & Sam Hare 15 March, Rag Mama Rag with Julia Titus & Beggar's Belief on 19 April,Sonny Black & Wiz Jones,17 May,Grainne Duffy 21 June,Spider John Koerner (not to be missed) 19 July,Norman Beaker band 20 September,Dave Raphael Band 18 October ,Mercury Blues Band 15 November, Gill Roberts 15 December.
Other Roots stuff at Jagz includes Root Showcase 1st March,Randolph Mathews & Byron Johnson 8th March,Miranda Sykes & Rex Preston 22 March, The Blues Band are at Camberley on 21 March.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 29 Feb 12 - 04:48 AM

Update: Tomorrow is now booked for a private party at Jagz so the Roots Showcase has been put back to the 8th, replacing the Mathews/Johnson gig.

RtS
(Where was everyone last night? I almost had to step up to the mike...)


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 20 Apr 12 - 06:54 AM

...just got the Reading UK upcoming gigs list. The following might appeal to Mudcatters:
Essence of Ireland (for lovers of Riverdance!): Friday 27 April, Hexagon.
Americana Special (Newtowners, Retreat Singers,Dolly & the Clothespegs):South Street 28th April.
James Blackshaw,Olan Mils, Joe Marshall: South Street, 3rd May.
Ian Anderson (ex-Tull):Hexagon, 3rd May.
(I'm ignoring Osmonds, Grimethorpe Colliery Band, Brit Floyd & Whole Lotta Led)
Alasdair Roberts & Mairi Morrison, Urstan Trio: South Street, 12th May.
Waterboys: Hexagon, 15th May.
Broken Hands (raw alt-indie-blues- whatever that is!): South St, 29th May.
Papa M: South St, 1st June.
NB Eric Street Blues Band, with the excellent and ubiquitous Neil Sadler on guitar, are listed at South St for 9th June but I am told this has been CANCELLED.
Jools Holland: Hexagon, 2 Nov
Bellowhead: Hexagon, 14 Nov
Joan Armatrading: Hexagon, 22 Nov.
Reminder of the line up for the third Thursday blues sessions at South St (see you there):
Sonny Black & Wizz Jones, 17 May
Grainne Duffy, 21st June (I'll miss that one-in Greece)
Spider John Koerner, Chip Taylor Smith & Dave Peabody, 19 July
Retreat Blues session (jam with musicians who play the Retreat pub round the corner from South St),16 August.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 20 Apr 12 - 01:15 PM

STOP PRESS:
Birch Hill Folk Festival THIS WEEKEND at the 9th Bracknell scout HQ in Leppington RG12 (adjacent to South Hill Park) starring:

Will Fly

and

Terry (Leadfingers) Silver

among others, including Skyport Ade & the Potting Shed Band.

DETAILS

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 10 May 12 - 06:04 AM

Next Wednesday (16th May): Roots with Chris Ricketts, Patrick Plunket & Ed Aldred. Jagz, Ascot 8pm £8.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 22 Jun 12 - 06:47 AM

Next Tuesday 26th June, at the Jagz Open Mike, regulars are encouraged to attend to celebrate the 60th birthday of Young Ron who does the sound.
See you there.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 22 Jun 12 - 11:00 AM

Jagz latest:As the lunchtime jazz finished before Royal Ascot & doesn't restart till the Autumn there will be free open mic shows on the outside deck (weather permitting) in July & August. A new monthly blues-rock session with the Steve Summers band starts on Thursdays from July- see the Jagz website for full details.
..and don't forget Spider John Koerner in Reading in July- see my earlier posts.
RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 17 Aug 12 - 12:47 PM

The lunchtime sessions I mentioned above are on Sundays. Sunday Jazz restarts in the Autumn with Salena Jones 23rd Sept(I've already booked my table!). Band Comp each evening this week but Tuesday Open Mic starts again next week. Reading Arts & South Hill Park Autumn brochures are now out. I won't bother to abstract the roots gigs as no-one reads these posts. If interested look at their websites.

Rts


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 14 Sep 12 - 10:41 AM

Sadly, the Salena Jones gig has been postponed to the New Year. Good news (for me) is that a monthly trad night at Jagz started this month though I missed the Vod-e-Oh-Do Orchestra as I was in Greece, also missed the Steve Summers monthly blues night. However, I'll be in Reading South St next Thursday (20th Sept)for Norman Beaker Band & Chris Farlowe and the local David Jones Band is the October 10th trad gig at Jagz.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Roots stuff in Ascot Uk now/soon
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 15 Dec 12 - 07:22 AM

Spring programmes are now coming into my inbox & letterbox.
Jagz, Ascot: Open Mike nights resume on Tuesdays after the Band Competition (to enter contact graham@jagz.co.uk) which occupies Jan 2-4
Sunday modern jazz liunchtimes resume. I'll be going to see Alan Barnes 20th January and Salena Jones 10th March (with an extra evening concert)
Trad jazz with the David Jones Band 6th Feb & his Vo do O Do orchestra on 6th March.
The monthly blues club: 7th Keb Will Killeen and 14th March Sonny Black.
Other notable dates: Vivacia on 14th Feb Valentines night special: new trio featuring Jagz favourites Caddy Cooper on voice & guitar and Christina Al-Wakil on voice, trumpet, flugel & flute with Elaine Savins on violin.
Singer-guitarist Patsy Matheson 28th Feb.

South Hill Park, Bracknell:
Blues jams every Wednesday and Blues & Boogie on 6th Feb,7th March,3rd April & 1st May.
London Gypsy Orchesta 23rd March, Caddy Cooper again, this time with Pauly Zarb as the Australian troubadors. (Pauly is another Jagz regular who sings, writes, plays percussion, guitar, keys, flute & didjeridoo.
On the jazz front I note Asaf Sirkis with his trio on 2nd Feb (IMHO one of the most interesting jazz drummers around- he's also at Jagz on 24th Feb backing the wonderfully eccentric Gilad Atzmon on sax).Also Nette Robinson & Tony Woods, both often at Jagz, with Tom Millar on 23rd March.
Phil's Folking Live sessions for Artree are 26th Jan, 2nd & 23rd Feb, March 23rd and April 27th. He may have some Jagz dates as well, but he'll no doubt post details here later.
Guitar fest regular Tom Gamble is on 9th March and Andrea Pattison and the Partoners offers her Dolly Parton Story on 7th Feb.

South Street Reading monthly blues: David Smith Band 17th Jan, 3 Buck Shirt 21st Feb, Giles Hedley 21st March and JC & Angelina on 18th April.

A little further afield two shows I've already booked for: Joe Brown at Woking 3rd March and Paul Jones & Manfreds Windsor Theatre Royal 24th March.

Rts


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