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  • FolkEast A-Z: H | FolkEast
    Hodman and Hadleigh Folk Club Hodman Dodmanott and Sally Forth Two tiny adventurers with a lot on their minds and even more on their backs and the biggest thing to come out of the country of Oblivia in eons Enjoy meeting the two elderly amblers as they wander around the FolkEast site attempting to unfathom the modern world and searching for a decent place to camp Hodman and Sally were devastated that they were unable to attend the FolkEast launch at Glemham Hall back in April but they were holidaying in Dollywood in Tennessee But did they actually get to meet the great Dolly Parton herself Perhaps we will find out Hodman and Sally The Flying Buttresses Hadleigh Folk Club Hadleigh Folk Club officially Hadleigh Folk and Acoustic Music Nights opened its doors for the first time in September 2011 and so has just come to the end of a second successful year The club which meets on the first Friday of the month at the Ansell Centre in the middle of Hadleigh includes in its programme a wide range of folk and other acoustic music and puts on local and nationally known performers At FolkEast The Hadleigh Folk Club will take over The Broad Roots Stage for part of Friday 23rd and will include turns from Alvar Smith Alice Martin Halfcrownstreet and No Strings attached and a few more for H Hare s Breath Hageneth Morris and The Hosepipe Band 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 38 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT JaneBrace 1st acts announced 4 quirkily brilliant FolkEast elizacarthy

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/folkeast-a-z-h/ (2016-02-15)
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  • FolkEast A-Z: G | FolkEast
    built around 1560 by the de Glemhams a family that took its name from Great Magna and Little Parva Glemham Considerable structural changes were made to the Hall between 1712 and 1722 giving it an overall Georgian façade The Hall was purchased by Ipswich brewers the Cobbold family in 1923 and 90 years on it still remains the family home On the morning of Saturday and Sunday of FolkEast you can take a break from the festival and enjoy an exclusive guided tour of Glemham Hall by the exuberant owner himself Major Philip Hope Cobbold Tickets can be booked in advance from the information tent once you are on site The tours will begin at 11 am and last one hour at 10 00 per person To read more about the history of Glemham Hall visit http www glemhamhall co uk about us 3 GigSpanner Definition 1 Noun A metal implement for opening a bottle of fine ale commonly used by the music technician fraternity 2 Proper Noun a musical trio headed by Steeleye Span s legendary fiddle player Peter Knight joined by Guitarist and composer Roger Flack and the formidable energies of Afro Percussionist Vincent Salzfaas on Conga s and Djembe The Trio co create a depth of multi textured melody that belies the pared down instrumental line up They will be playing the Broad Roots stage on Sunday 25th August this is one performance not to be missed stepping lightly through folk classical baroque and jazz Gigspanner produce music of intelligently crafted brilliance Andy Letcher Songlines Magazine and other G s include actress Gabrielle Drake Gypsy Fire Golden Star Morris George Edwards The Garden Djays the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/folkeast-a-z-g/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Hadleigh Folk Club | FolkEast
    the first time in September 2011 and so has just come to the end of a second successful year The club which meets on the first Friday of the month at the Ansell Centre in the middle of Hadleigh IP7 5DL includes in its programme a wide range of folk and other acoustic music and puts on local and nationally known performers Each evening s programme includes floor spots a support act and a main guest so variety is built into each evening as well as the annual programme Our audiences which have averaged about 50 people in our first two years seem to appreciate this balanced programme For further information contact Simon At FolkEast The Hadleigh Folk Club will take over The Broad Roots Stage for part of Friday 23rd and will present turns to include Alvar Smith Alice Martin Halfcrownstreet and No Strings attached 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 38 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT JaneBrace 1st acts announced

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/hadleigh-folk-club/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Broad Roots – Saturday Artists | FolkEast
    Hadleigh Folk Club officially Hadleigh Folk and Acoustic Music Nights opened its doors for the first time in September 2011 and so has just come to the end of a second successful year The club which meets on the first Continue reading Posted in Broad Roots Friday Artists Broad Roots Saturday Artists Broad Roots Sunday Artists Comments Off on Hadleigh Folk Club Broadside Boys Posted on November 14 2012 by Kathy 23rd August 24th August 2013 Following a decade of peace love and flower power the 1970 s saw a decade of industrial action punk rock and social revolution The 80 s a decade of capitalist excess Dallas and the Ford Sierra Continue reading Posted in Broad Roots Friday Artists Broad Roots Saturday Artists Broad Roots Sunday Artists Sunset Stage Friday Artists Sunset Stage Saturday Artists Sunset Stage Sunday Artists Comments Off on Broadside Boys 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 38 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT JaneBrace 1st acts announced 4

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/category/folk-club-artists-24/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Tony Winn | FolkEast
    Eastfolk Chronicle Summer 2015 Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Winter 2015 Contact Monthly gigs Tony Winn Tony Winn writes and performs his own songs in a variety of styles covering all aspects of life love the universe and whatever else there is or may be Accompanying himself on acoustic guitar he mixes the touching with the hard hitting the poignant with a laugh He sings about Humankind and it s world reflecting his own oblique views on life as a member of the human race which he is determined to win and has performed at clubs and festivals throughout the UK including a run at the Edinburgh Fringe of his one man show Singing in the Bath Tony Winn website 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 38 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 Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/tony-winn/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Folk “Sacred Harp” “Shape Note” Sam Carter Line-up Acts Music Singing Choral Chorus Group Choir Congregation Performance | FolkEast
    Chronicle Summer 2015 Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Winter 2015 Contact Monthly gigs Tag Archives Folk Sacred Harp Shape Note Sam Carter Line up Acts Music Singing Choral Chorus Group Choir Congregation Performance The Curious Shape Note Sounds Posted on July 23 2013 by Kathy Norwich s Big Sky If you were watching Jools Holland s Later show some months ago you would ve seen Sam Carter perform Dreams are Made of Money What this performance missed however was the curious sound that welcomes in Sam s guitar and Continue reading Posted in News Tagged Folk Sacred Harp Shape Note Sam Carter Line up Acts Music Singing Choral Chorus Group Choir Congregation Performance Comments Off on The Curious Shape Note Sounds 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 38 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 Twitter via Twitter Web Client

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/tag/folk-sacred-harp-shape-note-sam-carter-line-up-acts-music-singing-choral-chorus-group-choir-congregation-performance/ (2016-02-15)
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  • _MG_4502 | FolkEast
    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 Photos by Patrick Stockley MG 4502 By Kathy Published March 26 2014 Full size is 5088

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/photos-by-patrick-stockley/_mg_4502/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Logo | FolkEast
    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 Places to Stay Logo By Kathy Published April 9 2013 Full size is 432

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/places-to-stay/logo-2/ (2016-02-15)
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