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Folk In The Chapel, Lewes 26/02/17

Vic Smith 21 Feb 17 - 09:47 AM
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Subject: Folk In The Chapel, Lewes 26/02/17
From: Vic Smith
Date: 21 Feb 17 - 09:47 AM

Folk In The Chapel,
The Westgate Chapel, 92a High Street, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 1XH
Sunday 26th February at 2,30
Concert will include:-

BING LYLE



Click here to see a photo of him

Bing Lyle started his musical career as a chorister at Canterbury Cathedral, which gave him a lasting love of modal music. His classical training studies derailed by exposure to Punk Rock and traditional music, he took up the accordion and busked for five years round Europe. Bing was musical director of the Brighton community arts organisation Same Sky from 1989-96 since when he workrd with all Ireland concertina champion Mandy Murray, singer-songwriter Pete Morton, singer storyteller Pete Castle and renowned fiddler Bing Lyle . He has been a regular tutor for the folk arts project Trads and Herbie Flowers' Rockshop. In 1998 he joined the Travelling Light Theatre Company's production of Tir na n'og. touring the UK, Ireland, Canada and the USA. Although he plays accordion, piano, flute and guitar, Bing is a very fine interpreter of traditional songs but also a composer with many fine original songs and tunes to his credit.
He is also a member of the very popular folk dance band, the Sussex Pistols and is the powerhouse of the band with his mighty accordion playing.


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Subject: RE: Folk In The Chapel, Lewes 26/02/17
From: Vic Smith
Date: 21 Feb 17 - 09:51 AM

Click here to see a poster for our February and March concerts


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Subject: RE: Folk In The Chapel, Lewes 26/02/17
From: Vic Smith
Date: 21 Feb 17 - 09:54 AM

Click here to go to the Folk In The Chapel website


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Subject: RE: Folk In The Chapel, Lewes 26/02/17
From: Vic Smith
Date: 21 Feb 17 - 11:03 AM

THE DEPARTMENT FOR THE CORRECTION OF SILLY MISTAKES would like to apologise for the error in the opening post.

The "renowned fiddler" who partnered Bing Lyle was not, in fact, himself - rather it was Ben Paley.

The mistake has been fully investigated by the department and they are now able to report that the reason for the error is that person who wrote the opening post is a complete idiot.


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Subject: RE: Folk In The Chapel, Lewes 26/02/17
From: Vic Smith
Date: 22 Feb 17 - 05:59 AM

Folk In The Chapel,
The Westgate Chapel, 92a High Street, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 1XH
Sunday 26th February at 2.30
Concert will include:-

DIANE & STEVE NEVILL



Click here to see a photo of them.

Folk brought us together – back in the 70's - when everyone seemed to play guitar and sing. Back then though, we would never have thought of performing in folk clubs, they were for the 'professionals'. (Nowadays, in our experience, they are much more inclusive.)
Steve – a 'natural' musician – then found an affinity with Anglo concertina and melodeon. He played for several Morris sides over two decades, starting with Mad Jacks Morris (including the time when the Hastings Jack in the Green was revived). He also played hammered dulcimer and sang occasionally.
Steve first became a resident at Seaford in 2000. Diane was eventually persuaded out of her comfort zone (audience) in 2003 when she began to sing 'out front'. She was included as a resident in 2005.


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