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  • Rare performance of the work of Molly Drake coming to Suffolk Church | FolkEast
    of an event that s been described as the missing link in the Nick Drake story Molly Drake in her own words will feature actress Gabrielle Drake introducing and performing the poetry of her mother with interpretations of her music played by contemporary musicians Jack Northover and Brother the Wolfe in Glemham Hall s Church of St Andrew The two hour long performances will accommodate 93 people at each showing a rare opportunity to gain first hand insight into the influences of Nick Drake following the release of Molly Drake s home recordings last year by Bryter Music Taking place on the Friday of FolkEast 23rd August the event is exclusive to festival ticket holders In 1993 Molly Drake s debut album was released 50 years after its recording and 20 years after her death Following its feature in the documentary A Skin Too Few in Search of Nick Drake interest in her work swelled leading to the inclusion of her songs on Nick Drake s Family Tree compendium 2007 and the release of a self titled album of her home recordings and poem book 2012 Joe Boyd producer and friend to Nick Drake said This is the missing link in the Nick Drake story there in the piano chords are the roots of Nick s harmonies Tickets can be purchased via the website www folkeast co uk To me a poem is not a forever thing nor the statement of long held views but the product of a moment so suddenly and hurtingly felt that it has to burst out into words The happy and enduring things do not evoke or provoke poetry Molly Drake For more information contact press folkeast co uk the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/rare-performance-of-the-work-of-molly-drake-coming-to-suffolk-church/ (2016-02-15)
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  • The Curious Shape Note Sounds | FolkEast
    songs of the Amish again brought to the States from the same part of Europe The Sacred Harp a sort of textbook to the music was first published in 1850 and when Carter came across the book he wanted to somehow include it in The No Testament Shape Note remains a powerful form of singing Rare in this country it could shake the walls of any building A few miles up the road from FolkEast HQ in Norwich the Big Sky have been doing just that as the choir practise ahead of their partnership with Sam Carter on the main stage at FolkEast They ll be performing with Sam on several other songs too not just those involving the reverberating shape note sound notably the title track from Carter s album The No Testament As Big Sky s director Sian Croose told me I was driving along the A140 and The No Testament was the last song on the The Mike Harding show one autumn evening it stopped me in my tracks She continued A great song apt for the times brilliantly sung with a part for an earthy choir I contacted Sam and we put this project together it s been a pleasure and we are very happy to be performing with Sam at Folk East this summer We really enjoyed our warm up gig at Halesworth s New Cut seeing the audience reactions ahead our festival debut in the summer Sam Carter is equally optimistic I am delighted to have a chance to perform at FolkEast with Big Sky a choir local to the festival with whom I have been lucky enough to collaborate with over the last few months he said We ve been developing new ways to perform the shape note inspired material from my latest

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/the-curious-sounds-of-the-sacred-harp/ (2016-02-15)
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  • A FolkEast Tradition | FolkEast
    Chronicle Winter 2015 Contact Monthly gigs A FolkEast Tradition Over the weekend in the hottest temperatures of the year so far the creative and fearless FolkEast team began a new tradition that they hope will run for years to come The great Glemham Oak that sits at the front of the estate was clad in her glad rags to celebrate the six week countdown to FolkEast 2013 Designer Emma Thompson supervised the dressing of the 65 foot tree with over 100 metres of golden cloth donated by Katharine Ellen from Clothworks Adorned with spots and with fabric tentacles waving the great oak is clearly visible from the A12 as it curves round the front of the Glemham Estate Thank you Katharine for your support the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is what we say grapevinelive co uk 2016 02 1 pic twitter com Qo5PH9Pr73 About 26 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT JaneBrace 1st acts announced 4 quirkily brilliant FolkEast elizacarthy blowzabella andyk irvine theyoungunstrio safeconcerts com news 2016 fe About 2 hours ago from FolkEast 2016 s

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/a-folkeast-tradition/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Cobbold Festival Ale for FolkEast | FolkEast
    Marc Bartrum It is also the first ale to proudly bear the Cobbold name since 1957 and will be one of the 60 ales on offer at the festival brewed by local micro breweries from the region FolkEast co director John Marshall Potter said Brewing is an integral part of Folk culture it s been the drink of the people for centuries We wanted to highlight that with Marc s one off ale It connects the Cobbold family s heritage with the folk festival they re hosting The Ale comes as part of FolkEast s aim to celebrate local music food drink art and craft Phillip Hope Cobbold of Glemham Hall FolkEast organisers Nigel Smith for the Campaign for Real Ale musicians and locals all gave the new brew the thumbs up at the launch held at the Blaxhall Ship Inn near Snape EADT Festival brew bears famous Cobbold name the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is what we say grapevinelive co uk 2016 02 1 pic twitter com Qo5PH9Pr73 About 26 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/cobbold-festival-ale-for-folkeast/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ale Mary: Cobbold beer resurrected after 56 years | FolkEast
    St Edmunds micro brewer Marc Bartrum launches his Cobbold FolkEast Festival Ale at the Blaxhall Ship Inn near Snape The award winning Suffolk brewer will celebrate the launch of the new ale with Phillip Hope Cobbold of Glemham Hall and the FolkEast organisers whose names have been given to the beverage The group will be joined by Nigel Smith of the Campaign for Real Ale the Inn s owner landlord and staff and local folk musicians The Ale comes as part of FolkEast s aim to to showcase and promote the best local music food drink art and craft and will be first tasted alongside the Blaxhall Ship s locally sourced menu The Cobbold family made their name in brewing and this drink celebrates that past while welcoming in the future as their estate becomes the permanent home of FolkEast FolkEast co director John Marshall Potter said Brewing is an integral part of Folk culture it s been the drink of the people for centuries We wanted to highlight the area s folk heritage with Marc s one off ale It connects the Cobbold family s heritage with the folk festival they re hosting and it s all produced by a fantastic local brewer The Cobbold FolkEast Festival Ale will be available in selected outlets across East Anglia FolkEast runs from the 23rd to the 25th of August on the Glemham Estate for more information visit www folkeast co uk A FolkEast fringe will be held at the Blaxhall Ship over the same weekend the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is what we say grapevinelive co uk 2016 02 1 pic twitter com Qo5PH9Pr73 About 26 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/ale-mary-cobbold-beer-resurrected-after-56-years/ (2016-02-15)
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  • people on straw bal#3E107A2 | FolkEast
    See To Eat Drink To do See Hear for small folk On The Fringe The Fringe Info Dates and Times Getting Here Camping Tent hire Places to Stay Information for Disabled users News The Tree Photo Gallery Reviews 2015 Programme Supporters Eastfolk Eastfolk Eastfolk Chronicle First Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Summer 2015 Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Winter 2015 Contact Monthly gigs Photo Gallery people on straw bal 3E107A2 By Becky Published January

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/2014-gallery/people-on-straw-bal3e107a2-2/ (2016-02-15)
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  • BBC_Radio_Suffolk_Str_RGB | FolkEast
    See To Eat Drink To do See Hear for small folk On The Fringe The Fringe Info Dates and Times Getting Here Camping Tent hire Places to Stay Information for Disabled users News The Tree Photo Gallery Reviews 2015 Programme Supporters Eastfolk Eastfolk Eastfolk Chronicle First Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Summer 2015 Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Winter 2015 Contact Monthly gigs Supporters BBC Radio Suffolk Str RGB By Becky Published March 14

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/sponsorship/bbc_radio_suffolk_str_rgb/ (2016-02-15)
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  • RHR_logo | FolkEast
    Instrumental To Do To See To Eat Drink To do See Hear for small folk On The Fringe The Fringe Info Dates and Times Getting Here Camping Tent hire Places to Stay Information for Disabled users News The Tree Photo Gallery Reviews 2015 Programme Supporters Eastfolk Eastfolk Eastfolk Chronicle First Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Summer 2015 Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Winter 2015 Contact Monthly gigs Fliptastic RHR logo By Becky Published June

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/flip-tastic/rhr_logo/ (2016-02-15)
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