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Subject: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 24 Dec 04 - 05:52 AM

For the latest postings please scroll to the bottom of this thread.

For those new to Julie, here is a little background:

"Julie is a terrific guitar player and she also writes great songs.
She shared the stage with me at the South Shields guitar festival and
the discerning audience loved her. She stormed it!" - Ralph McTell

Julie has been building a reputation as a talented guitarist and singer/songwriter thanks to an extensive tour schedule in the UK, the release of an acclaimed debut solo CD "At Last", regular live broadcasts for BBC radio and international radio airplay in the USA, Canada and Australia.

Described by Arundel Festival as "One of Britain's most talented and versatile guitarists", her predominantly claw hammer-based guitar style draws from a wide range of influences from ragtime, country blues, jazz, classical, folk and rock.

Julie started playing guitar at the age of 9 and gave her first public solo performance at the age of 11. Since then she has worked in a number of folk, jazz, rock, country and indie bands as well as small theatre companies.   

As a solo artist her blend of original songs and guitar instrumentals, including innovative arrangements of guitar classics such as a ragtime version of the traditional Spanish classical piece "Romance", have earned her a reputation as an imaginative and exciting acoustic guitarist.

She has been booked at music festivals across the UK, including Cromer's Folk on the Pier Festival, Holmfirth Folk Festival, the Arundel Fringe Festival, Tenterden Folk Festival, South Shields International Guitar Festival, Broadstairs Folk Week, Reedham Ferry Folk Festival and Gainsborough Folk Festival.

Julie is keen to take acoustic music to the widest possible audience, taking advantage of the upswing in interest in acoustic music which sees her as welcome at "indie" music festivals such as "BOMFest" as she is at folk clubs.   Her list of support performances reinforces this breadth of appeal, having supported Ralph McTell, Steve Tilston, the late Isaac Guillory, New York-based Woody Mann (her personal guitar hero) and John Otway.

Julie also regularly hosts guitar workshops and master classes either as a programmed event at festivals or as a precursor to performances.

Her website includes samples from every track on "At Last". This 12-track CD marries 3 tracks recorded at Acoustyistics with 9 tracks recorded at Badge Studios by Keith Angel, an engineer and musician well known for this work with the Angel Brothers, Bill Jones, John Tams and Kate Rusby.

The website, which also includes up to date tour dates and the facility to sign up to her email newsletter, can be found at http://www.JulieEllison.co.uk.


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 24 Dec 04 - 05:53 AM

2005 Preview

Julie had a terrific 2004, far better than any of us dared hope for, and 2005 already looks busier than ever.

Julie will continue to tour two shows:

"Julie Ellison in Concert" will feature performances in concert settings, typically Arts Centres, Folk Clubs and Acoustic Clubs. These events generally have a door charge and offer a noise and smoke free environment in which to enjoy Julie's music.

"Julie Ellison's Pub Crawl" features performances in bars and pubs with a strong commitment to live acoustic music. Some may be noisy and smoky, some attract a listening audience, but all attract knowledgeable and enthusiastic audiences to venues which help to keep the live music scene alive.

More details of all her performances can be found at http://www.JulieEllison.co.uk.

Thur 27th January – Pub Crawl
Millhouse, Wakefield, Yorks

Fri 28th January – Pub Crawl
The Fox and Newt, Leeds, Yorks

Fri 4th February – In Concert
St Albans Folk Song Club, St Albans, Herts

Sun 6th February – In Concert
The Spotlight Folk Club, St Albans, Herts

Mon 7th February – In Concert
The George, Banbury, Oxfordshire

Wed 23rd February – Pub Crawl
The Late Bar, Derby

Mon 7th March – In Concert
Lincoln Folk Club, Lincoln

Sat 26th March – In Concert
City Screen, York
Supported by Madeleine Brookes
Plus guitar workshop

Thur 31st March – Pub Crawl
Lupset Hotel, Wakefield, Yorks

Fri 8th April – Pub Crawl
Tap & Spile, Lincoln

Thur 14th April – In Concert
Darlington Folk Club, Darlington, Co Durham

Mon 25th April – Pub Crawl
Mackenzies Café Bar, West Malling, Kent

Fri 29th April – Pub Crawl
The Cambridge Arms, Deal, Kent

Sat 30th April – Pub Crawl
The Lion Pub, Teddington, Middlesex

Sun 1st May – Pub Crawl
The Neptune Bar, Brighton, Sussex

Mon 2nd May – All day music festival
The Hobbitt, Southampton, Hants

Fri 6th May – In Concert
Market Rasen Folk Club, Walesby, Lincs.

Thur 19th May – In Concert
Railway Folk Club, Lymm, Cheshire

Sat 21st May – In Concert
The Old King's Head, Belper, Derbyshire

Fri 15th July – In Concert
Northwich Folk Club, Northwich, Cheshire

Sat 6th August – Pub Crawl
The Bent Brief, Southampton, Hants

Sun 7th August – Pub Crawl
The Neptune Bar, Brighton, Sussex

Tues/Wed 9th/10th August – Festival
Broadstairs Folk Week, Broadstairs, Kent

Mon 15th August – In Concert
Sheppey Folk Club, Kent

Fri/Sat 9th/10th September – Festival
Reedham Ferry Folk Festival, Norfolk

Thur 13th October – In Concert
Gregson Lane Folk Club, Hoghton, nr Preston, Lancs

Fri 2nd December – In Concert
Friday Folk, Orpington, Kent



Julie is currently booking more tour dates for 2005.

If you have a local or favourite venue, folk club or festival, which we ought to be contacting, please let Julie know (Julie@JulieEllison.co.uk - 01709 881339).   

Similarly, if you feel you would like to try your hand at promoting a gig, get in touch.


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 28 Dec 04 - 05:24 PM

It has been pointed out to me that the gig at The George on Mon 7th February should be listed as "The George, Lower Brailes" and not Banbury.

Please note that the full address for this venues is:

The George Hotel
High Street,
Lower Brailes,
Banbury,
Oxfordshire,
OX15 5HN

Note also that the full addresses for all gigs, usually including a postcode, are available at Julie's website http://www.JulieEllison.co.uk.

Best regards
John Robinson


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: breezy
Date: 29 Dec 04 - 10:45 AM

more in situ than concert at St Albans

Concert in our opinion is synonymous with stuffiness and suppression of instincts, and we at St Albans dissassociate ourselves with such.

Julie may well be appearing as our main guest but we are a club for performers to perform to an audience, certainly not a concert venue.

Feel free to heckle.


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: breezy
Date: 29 Dec 04 - 10:51 AM

forgot to say that we, i.e. the 'Wandering Windward' St Albans Folk-song club,

re-opens on Sunday 9th Jan 2005 with Thorn and Roses and

Friday 14th Jan with Kevin Buxton

at

The Royal British Legion, Verulam Road, St Albans, Herts

for both clubs, very intimate and cosy and economical bar prices

Doors open 7.36

non-smoking-crisp-crunching-walking-talking-mobile-phone-ringing-in-yer-face-see-the-whites-of their-eyes-folk-club!!!!


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 29 Dec 04 - 03:35 PM

Breezy - the "In Concert" badge certainly isn't intended to indicate any possibility of stuffiness, but to make the distinction between a folk club/listening audience environment as opposed to a noise and smoke filled bar.

The idea first came to me when we had two people make an effort to attend a gig at a venue which could be described as - er - lively! They left before Julie even started the set. Having only seen Julie in a theatre setting they were not expecting to see her compete with a very high level of background noise - or to have to put up with a smokey environment. Now actually, the audience at this venue (which we love playing) is filled with musicians and the audience is incredibly knowledgeable. The point being it is a music pub not a folk club.

The concert "branding" highlights the non-smoking-crisp-crunching-walking-talking-mobile-phone-ringing-in-yer-face-see-the-whites-of their-eyes gigs ... but "In Concert" fits on the flyers easier !!


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 05 Jan 05 - 04:02 PM

News update – January 2005 - additional gigs just confirmed:

1) Julie Ellison & Winter Wilson at Gainsborough tsunami relief fundraiser

Wednesday 26th January at 8pm.
Castle Hills Community Arts College, Gainsborough
Admission: £6 for adults/£3 for children.
Featuring Julie Ellison and the fantastic duo Winter Wilson.

Needless to say this event deserves your support.

2) New "In Concert" gig confirmed for Bradford

Tuesday 12 April 2005
The Melborn Hotel,
104 White Abbey Road,
Bradford,
West Yorkshire BD8 8DP

Admission: £4

One of Brother Eamon's "Special Tuesdays", with guest artist singer/song-writer Madeleine Brooks providing support.


As ever, if anyone needs extra information please don't hesitate to contact me:

Email: John@Acoustyistics.co.uk
Phone: 07981 984 760


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 16 Jan 05 - 06:33 PM

"At Last" to be a featured CD on www.TheAcousticStage.net for w/c Jan 17th.

We are pleased that "At Last" will be a "featured CD" on TheAcousticStage.net for the week commencing 17th January.

TheAcousticStage.net is a new internet-based radio station which aims to bring you the best in English & Celtic folk, old & new singer-songwriters, and much more.

Featured CDs have tracks played every couple of hours throughout the day, so over a full week Julie's songs will have around 84 plays. Other CDs featured this week are from Debra Cowan, Jolie Holland, Hekety and Chris Coe.

On their general playlist we're delighted to see Tim Moon included. Tim was one of the first radio presenters to broadcast a live performance by Julie, on his excellent show on BCB Radio in Bradford.   

It is also interesting that the playlisting of Julie Ellison, Treebeard, Hekety and Crucible means that South Yorkshire features heavily right now, especially with Hekety's "Furze Cat" being one of the featured CDs.

The station plays music around the clock with no commercials, just a station announcement or two. The broadcasts are totally free - no need to register or join anything.   

"Hear something different" --- www.theacousticstage.net


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: GUEST
Date: 17 Jan 05 - 08:00 AM

I hear Juie is doing 3 gigs in the Beds/herts area in early Feb one being a charity appearance in aid of the Tsunami disaster.


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 17 Jan 05 - 03:21 PM

Guest - you must have read my mind - about to post info on the Tsunami benefit in Beds. - just about to write it now!

We were thinking of calling it Julie's "World Tour of St Albans" .... but I'm not sure Barton is close enough to be included in St Albans!

More details shortly (any minute in fact)

Regards
John Robinson
http://www.JulieEllison.co.uk


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 17 Jan 05 - 04:21 PM

Another update!

1) Tsunami Fund Raiser at The Bull, Barton, Beds
2) Gigs over the next few weeks

We must be busy, this is the third update in January:

1) Tsunami Fund Raiser at The Bull, Barton, Beds

Julie will be contributing to a Tsunami Fund Raiser at The Bull, Barton-le-Clay, Bedfordshire, UK on Saturday 5th February.

There will be a singaround and a series of half hour spotlights from an excellent line up. Provisional timetable is:

12.00 - John Birch/Bert Tann bluesbreakers (provisional)
12.30 - Start singaround/tune session
3.00 - Life and Times
3.30 - Continue singaround
5.00 - Bedford West Gallery Quire (provisional)
5.30 - Break
6.00 - Ross Scrivener
6.30 - Three Bernards
7.00 - Hilary Ward
7.30 - Mike Sparks
8.00 - Mick Pierce
8.30 - Christine Connolley/Steve Last
9.00 - Julie Ellison
9.30 - Break/raffle
10.00 - John Breeze/George Papavgeris
11.00 - Folkaholics

There will probably be a donation box for entry and a raffle - could be a fee for each song sung/tune played and fines - other ideas are being received.

More details on the venue can be found at: http://www.outandabout.uk.net/beds/barton/index.htm


2) Gigs over the next few weeks

There have been several new gigs confirmed since the 2005 preview was posted, so here is a summary of gigs over the next few weeks:

Wednesday 26 January - Tsunami Relief Fundraiser
with the excellent duo "Winter Wilson"
Castle Hills Community Arts College,
Gainsborough,
Lincs.
Starting time: 8pm
Admission: £6 for adults/£3 for children

Thursday 27 January – Pub Crawl
Millhouse (a.k.a. The Ferryboat Inn),
Ferry Lane,
Stanley,
Wakefield,
West Yorkshire WF3 4LT
Starting time: 9 pm
Finishing time: 11 pm

Friday 28 January - Pub Crawl
The Fox And Newt,
9 Burley Street,
Burley,
Leeds,
West Yorkshire, LS3 1LD
Starting time: 9:00pm

Saturday 29 January - In Concert
Private event. This is a concert performance in front of an invited audience to mark the launch of a new charitable arts trust. We hope to be able to send more details on the arts trust and its objectives to Julie's mailing list shortly.

Friday 4 February - In Concert
"Wandering Windward",
St Albans Folk Song Club,
Royal British Legion,
Verulam Road,
St Albans,
Hertfordshire AL3 4D.
Starting time: 8:15pm
Admission: £5 (£4)
"non-smoking-crisp-crunching-walking-talking-mobile-phone-ringing-in-yer-face-folk-club".

Saturday 5 February - All Day Tsunami Benefit Event
The Bull, Barton-le-Clay, Beds
Starting time: 12:00pm
Finishing time: 11:30pm
Admission: Donations and raffle.   A fantastic day in prospect with a host of artists and a singaround. Julie is expected to do a 30 min set around 9pm but why not spend the day there?

Here's the full provisional timetable:

12.00 - John Birch/Bert Tann bluesbreakers (provisional)
12.30 - Start singaround/tune session
3.00 - Life and Times
3.30 - Continue singaround
5.00 - Bedford West Gallery Quire (provisional)
5.30 - Break
6.00 - Ross Scrivener
6.30 - Three Bernards
7.00 - Hilary Ward
7.30 - Mike Sparks
8.00 - Mick Pierce
8.30 - Christine Connolley/Steve Last
9.00 - Julie Ellison
9.30 - Break/raffle
10.00 - John Breeze/George Papavgeris
11.00 – Folkaholics

Sunday 6 February - In Concert
The Spotlight Folk Club,
Royal British Legion,
Verulam Road,
St Albans,
Hertfordshire AL3 4D.
Starting time: 8:00pm doors open at 7:45pm
Admission: £3.00
Another "non-smoking-crisp-crunching-walking-talking-mobile-phone-ringing-in-yer-face-folk-club".

Monday 7 February - In Concert
The George,
High Street,
Lower Brailes,
Banbury,
Oxfordshire, OX15 5HN
Tel: (01608) 685 223
Note: although the postal address for this venue is Banbury, the village is actually in Warwickshire between Banbury and Stratford-upon-Avon. This venue comes highly recommend so it will be worth finding!

If you are travelling a long distance to any gig please feel free to contact us first:

Email: John@Acoustyistics.co.uk
Phone: 07981 984 760

Hope to see you soon.


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 30 Jan 05 - 10:23 AM

More news from Acoustyistics Towers …

1)

Julie has been invited to perform and host a workshop at the Customs House Guitar Festival, South Shields along with Martin Simpson & Martin Taylor.   

Sat 23rd July 2005 is the date for your diaries.

2)

Julie has been asked to contribute to the Wickersley Folk Festival (Rotherham) on Sat 5th March.

More information at: http://www.barrel.demon.co.uk/festival.htm

4)

The gig at The Late Bar in Derby (Wed 23rd Feb) now has a guest artist, Tube Shines, who has just released a new "EP" recorded by me :-)

5)

A return visit to the Jug and Barrel, Leeds on Sat 1st October is confirmed, and we hope to make this another "mini-festival" with a multi-artist line up.

6)

Other bookings just in include gigs in Rochester, Howden (Nr Goole), Halifax, Bristol, Addingham, Southampton, Worth Matravers (Dorset) and Hastings.

More details at www.JulieEllison.co.uk

7)

Thank you to all those who have contacted us with suggestions for suitable venues. We're keen to make 2005 a record breaking year as regards number of performances, so if you know of a venue we should be contacting, let us know.

8)

A quick reminder of gigs in the next week or so:

Fri 4th Feb - St Albans Folk Song Club, St Albans, Herts

Sat 5th Feb – All Day Tsunami Benefit @ The Bull, Barton-le-Clay, Beds

Sun 6th Fe – The Spotlight Folk Club, St Albans, Herts

Mon 7th Feb – The George, Lower Brailes, Banbury, Oxfordshire

Full details at www.JulieEllison.co.uk.


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 17 Feb 05 - 02:28 PM

Tube Shines, who will be supporting Julie Ellison at The Late Bar in Derby on Wednesday 23rd February, will be making a live broadcast on BBC Radio Derby on Friday 18th at around 11 am.


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 23 Feb 05 - 09:13 AM

On Friday 4th March 2005 Julie will be making a live broadcast on BBC Radio Sheffield's Toby Foster show. Pete Thornton-Smith will also be appearing, talking about this year's Wickersley Folk Festival.

Starting time: 9:30am

Radio Sheffield 104.1, 88.6 & 94.7 FM or listen via the web at http://www.bbc.co.uk/england/radiosheffield/


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 04 Mar 05 - 01:17 PM

BBC Radio Lincolnshire will feature Julie Ellison live in session on Wednesday 30th March from about 6pm. 94.9, 104.7fm and 1368am or listen live at http://www.bbc.co.uk/lincolnshire/radio_lincolnshire/

Tim Moon will be including a studio session from Julie in his "Folk Us!" programme on BCB Radio, Bradford on Monday 11th April – 8pm to 9pm. 96.7fm or listen live via www.bcb.yorks.com

NEXT GIG:

Monday 7 March 2005
Lincoln Folk Club, Duke of Wellington, 37 Broadgate, Lincoln
Admission: £3


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 11 Mar 05 - 02:52 PM

Julie Ellison will be making a live broadcast on BBC Radio York on Friday 25th March from around 12:30 on the Jules & Julia show (12:00 noon to 2pm).

Listen in the York area on 103.7, 104.3 & 95.5 FM or listen live on the internet at http://www.bbc.co.uk/england/radioyork/

The City Screen booking office is now open for ticket sales for the workshop and concert on Saturday 26th at City Screen, York.

Details at www.JulieEllison.co.uk


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: Sooz
Date: 16 Mar 05 - 01:46 PM

BBC Radio Lincolnshire has just played "Look into my eyes" - lovely.


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: GUEST
Date: 16 Mar 05 - 08:27 PM

Thanks for "reporting" that - fair cheered me up in the middle of rebuilding yet more failed computers!


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 17 Mar 05 - 05:15 AM

Heard it - the presenters waxed lyrical, and rightly so. Wonderful, moving performance from one of our major talents. Shame they didn't give a certain 'Plastic Paddy' band a miss and play one of Julie's ragtime tracks instead! Words like 'sublime' and 'ridiculous' spring to mind! :-)
IMNSHO.
S:0)


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: GUEST,Sooz (at work)
Date: 17 Mar 05 - 06:23 AM

Well said SJ


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 17 Mar 05 - 08:48 AM

Thanks Sooz, thought you'd concur!
S:0)


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: GUEST,Jim
Date: 17 Mar 05 - 09:31 AM

Jeeez - who needs Saatchi & Saatchi when you've got John Robinson (Nee Cittern)!!


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 17 Mar 05 - 12:38 PM

And a whole heap o'talent too, Jim!
S:0)


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: GUEST,John Boy Cittern
Date: 17 Mar 05 - 05:39 PM

Thanks for the compliment Jim !! Although I have been missing from these (and other) parts over the last week or so due to a hard disc crash. Yes, for those who know my recent history with computers, ANOTHER hard disc crash ....


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 17 Mar 05 - 11:05 PM

Aaaaaaaaahh! Hence the silence! :-)


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 18 Mar 05 - 06:33 PM

More radio just confirmed - so to summarise (note that all times are UK time):

Friday 25th March 2005
BBC Radio York
Julie Ellison live in session on the Jules & Julia show (12:00 noon to 2pm). Should start around 12:30. Listen in the York area on 103.7, 104.3 & 95.5 FM or listen live on the internet at http://www.bbc.co.uk/england/radioyork/

Wednesday 30th March 2005
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Julie Ellison live in session from about 6pm. 94.9, 104.7fm and 1368am or listen live at http://www.bbc.co.uk/lincolnshire/radio_lincolnshire/

Wednesday 6th April 2005
BBC Radio Leeds
A return visit to the Bob Walmsley show with a live performance broadcast between 2:00pm and 4:00pm.
92.4FM, 95.3FM & 774AM or listen live at http://www.bbc.co.uk/england/radioleeds/

Monday 11th April 2005
BCB Radio, Bradford
Tim Moon will be including a studio session from Julie in his "Folk Us!" programme – 8pm to 9pm. 96.7fm or listen live via www.bcb.yorks.com

Next gig:

26th March 2005
Julie Ellison in Concert at City Screen, York.
with guest Madeleine Brooks.
Preceded by a guitar workshop.
The City Screen booking office is now open for ticket sales for the workshop and concert.

Details at www.JulieEllison.co.uk


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 19 Mar 05 - 03:38 AM

We hopefully whipped up a couple of punters last night for the City Screen gig. And they're both aged UNDER 21!! There are young people out there with musical taste!
S:0)


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 19 Mar 05 - 05:59 AM

Fantastic John. Thanks. More under 21's eh, to add to the Lincoln yoofs who bought the CD at Lincoln FC.

Anymore of this and I'll have to shave off my beard, stop drinking real ale and start wearing a base ball cap just to fit in .... what an image I've just painted .....

Actually I've just had a scary photo taken for the "Sandman" listings mag. as part of the publicity drive for the BOMFest free music festival in Barnsley.

There I was standing on the steps of Barnsley Town Hall (as you do) surrounded by the great and the good from the local music scene - indie rockers, DJs, rappers. I was feeling really "with it". A cool dude at 43 - can't be bad. After the "shoot", the journalist wandered over to me and said ...

"So, are you from the council?"

Crushed mate. That's the only word. Crushed .....


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Subject: RE: Julie Ellison News & Listings
From: GUEST
Date: 19 Mar 05 - 07:44 AM

ROFLMAO!
S:0)


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