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« Reply #40 on: August 17, 2010, 01:45:24 PM »

Steve Turner - Upstairs at the Mag
The Goose Is Out!  Upstairs at The Mag ,  211 Lordship Lane , East Dulwich SE22 8HA .
Friday 10th Sept . 8.00pm £6/£5 (floorspots)

Steve Turner comes from a family of singers and concertina players. His grandfather was known to have sung and played the instrument in the 1890's.
Steve began his career on the Manchester folk scene at the end of the 1960s. Touring worldwide during the 70s .
In 1979, he won the Melody Maker "Stars of the 80s" national competition, which persuaded him to turn professional for 12 years until 1991. During this time he made four solo albums with Fellside Records and toured internationally.
Steve's 5th album, "The Whirligig of Time" featuring guests Martin Carthy, Nancy Kerr and James Fagan and Miranda Sykes was released in March 2008.
"A shining example of the music the British folk scene is capable of producing".fRoots
"Steve Turner has been turning into one of this country's finest male singers and performers of folk-song ..... with him you can truly say that he has shown all the qualities of a great singer and interpreter of folk song." Swing 51, National Folk Magazine

watch Steve here :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0BKFjkYD7U


Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick – DHFC

The Goose Is Out! @ DHFC , Edgar Kail Way , East Dulwich, London SE22 8BD
Friday Sept 24th .7.00pm £ 11/£7 advance via WeGotTickets , see link at the bottom , strongly recommended . £ 12/£8 on the door (subject to availability).
Friday 24 September
A startlingly intense reunion from this legendary ground-breaking duo. All the old skills are demonstrated with a new collection of traditional songs and instrumentals. Their experienced approach to their art lacks none of the fervour of their early days, and brings a maturity born of many years living with the music that is an integral part of their beings.
This remarkable pairing played an important part in the tremendous shake up given to British folk music in the middle to late 60's. Dave Swarbrick first came to prominence on the folk scene as a young instrumental virtuoso in the Ian Campbell Folk Group. Having worked alongside other leading musicians such as Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger, Beryl and Roger Marriott and A. L. Lloyd, he teamed up with Martin Carthy in 1966.
"The super-duo are back together after 14 years." The Guardian
"Swarbrick is an absolute revelation here, as instinctively sympathetic and wickedly inspirational as he ever was. It’s like they were a couple of twenty somethings again. To hear Swarb bowing with such soul and tenderness and dynamism too is an unconditional joy." fRoots
For more than 40 years Martin Carthy has been one of folk music's greatest innovators, one of its best loved, most enthusiastic and, at times, most quietly controversial of figures. His skill, stage presence and natural charm have won him many admirers, not only from within the folk scene, but also far beyond it. “Arguably the greatest English folk song performer, writer, collector and editor of them all!” Q Magazine (2004)

watch Martin & Dave here :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46evGPyG1iE

Support will be Chris Sarjeant & Skinny Lister ( solo ) take a look below .
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJTnGgkJIPg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYld2rGTTV0


To buy tickets for this gig please use the link below .

http://www.wegottickets.com/location/2052


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« Reply #41 on: September 01, 2010, 07:49:04 PM »

We have been invited to be part of the Aquarius Festival this saturday the 4th . It's an all day family event at Aquarius Golf Club, Marmora Road , London SE22 0RY . From 12 mid-day to 7pm. All of this plus more besides will cost you just £1 entry .


The list of special treats we have for you (in order of appearance) are .

Jess Cahill : Once half of Salt & Blue , described by Nigel Eaton as one of the best Hurdy – Gurdy players in the UK .


 http://www.myspace.com/saltandblue  


Matt Allin : Excellent trad singer , guitarist ,melodean player and Goose Is Out regular.

Geri Van Essen: Pure vocal and clean guitar style from this excellent singer/songwriter.

http://www.myspace.com/gerichants  


Rob Anderson : Gentle country blues stylings from this Wizz Jones , Flynn Brothers collaborator.


Mistral : Brilliant duo , trad Breton dance tunes .

Jake Wilson : Superb singer and guitarist , witty covers and original material , and a regular floorspot at Goose events including opening for Dave Swarbrick recently .


Jack Allett : formerly known as Spoono , this south london based guitarist weaves a hypnotic spell over any audience he plays to .


http://www.myspace.com/jackallett

Woodentops Acoustic Project : Rolo of the recently reformed and revitalised 80s indie stars The Woodentops with Mal Darwen on bass.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhFewUScDQQ

Fowlers & Grant : The excellent singer and guitarist Joe Fowler of the duo Joe Fowler & Jen Doyle with brother Luke on bass and Chris Grant on percussion , some trad , some original .

http://www.myspace.com/jendoylejoefowler  


Hamish Meaney : Stompbox folk-rock from south east london based Hamish .


http://Http://www.myspace.com/hamishmeaney


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« Reply #42 on: September 18, 2010, 12:29:40 PM »

Fran McGillivray & Mike Burke . At The Goose Is Out! . Upstairs @ The Mag . Friday 1st October
The Magnolia 211 Lordship Lane . East Dulwich . London SE22 8HA .

8.pm . £6/£5.

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Fran and Mike have appeared many times at The Goose Is Out! , but have never had a headlining gig of their own until now .

Their music is a stripped back to basics folk/blues, a mixture of self-penned and traditional material “ grippingly balanced - heartbreakingly poignant one minute, rousingly upbeat the next “Colin Irwin fRoots.

Their music has a subtle beauty and the ability to, as Neil King of Fatea says breathe life into the coldest of hearts .

Mikes' superbly sharp guitar playing compliments Fran's' earthy effortless vocal style. They have a real chemistry and warm presence when playing live.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEpjHjNZSx4

http://franmike.com

http://www.myspace.com/franandmike

http://www.thegooseisout.com
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« Reply #43 on: September 21, 2010, 12:07:30 PM »

The Askew Sisters - Upstairs at the Mag .The Goose is Out! Friday 8th October .


The Magnolia 211 Lordship Lane . East Dulwich . London SE22 8HA .

8.pm . £6/£5.


Emily and Hazel Askew are a young duo making waves on the folk scene with their energetic brand of English folk music. Using fiddle and melodeon, they play and sing with an infectious enjoyment and love for the music, winning them fans wherever they go. From rhythmic foot stomping tunes to powerful interpretations of songs and ballads, their playing always guarantees to engage and inspire those who hear.
They've spent the last couple of years playing at venues across the country, from top festivals and folk clubs to London's National Theatre and National Portrait Gallery. Their album "All in a Garden Green" was released to wide acclaim.


http://www.askewsisters.co.uk/

http://www.thegooseisout.com
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« Reply #44 on: September 27, 2010, 06:57:40 PM »

Any of you forum people coming to see Fran & Mike on friday ?  Smiley
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« Reply #45 on: October 05, 2010, 08:38:34 PM »

Askew Sisters this friday .  Smiley
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« Reply #46 on: October 08, 2010, 09:46:28 AM »

See you al at the Mag for The Askews tonight !  Smiley
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« Reply #47 on: October 12, 2010, 03:05:30 PM »

Spiers & Boden gig is now SOLD OUT .


Sorry if you've been unlucky thus this time , for info about  future Goose gigs go to http://www.thegooseisout.com
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« Reply #48 on: November 03, 2010, 11:15:27 AM »

The Martin Simpson Trio @ The Goose Is Out! DHFC, Edgar Kail Way London SE22 8BD . Friday 26th November .
Advance Tickets available from http://www.wegottickets.com/location/2052


Described by the Sunday Times as "one of the UK's finest folk musicians", and arguably the best acoustic guitarist in the UK. BBC Radio 2 Folk and Acoustic Reviews said "Although it's his guitar virtuosity that's frequently lauded, it's as an interpreter of song that Martin Simpson really scores."
Martin has won many awards, including "Best new album" (Prodigal Son) and "Best original track" (Never Any Good, a moving song about his father) at the BBC Folk Awards.
You can find out more from his website http://www.martinsimpson.com
Tonight Martin is joined on melodeon by Andy Cutting (Chris Wood, Blowzabella etc ) and on double bass by Andy Seward ( Eddi Reader, Roddy Woomble etc ).

Watch a clip of the Martin Simpson Trio below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXQXVwkv_KM


Support tonight will be Geri van Essen and Josienne Clarke


Geri van Essen

Geri sung in choirs from an early age. She became fascinated by old folk music after discovering a Joan Baez album with recordings from 1959.
For many years the only song she could play was 'Mary Hamilton', then busy years of studying left her guitar very dusty! In 2008, friends encouraged her to sing in public, and the lack of folk clubs in The Netherlands brought her to London.
http://www.myspace.com/gerichants


Josienne Clarke

Josienne Clarke's music largely languishes in folk chanson, but occasionally dips a toe into blues shoes. A blend of skilful songwriting distilled through folk, bluegrass and traditional influences to create expansive works of skill and beauty, executed with dexterity and charisma.
Josienne's songwriting and performing cohort is Ben Walker on both steel and nylon string acoustic guitar, and mandolin. Influenced by the likes of Bert Jansch, Pierre Bensusan, Martin Simpson and Richard Thompson, his playing adds an additional dimension to her already sculpted sound.
Find out more about Josienne and Ben (who were previously known as Mondesir)
http://www.myspace.com/josienneclarke
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« Reply #49 on: November 24, 2010, 03:03:29 PM »

Still tickets avaialble for this gig on friday , but be quick  Smiley
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« Reply #50 on: December 14, 2010, 05:16:55 PM »

Lynne Heraud and Pat Turner
Friday 14 January 2011 - Upstairs at the Mag, 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, London SE22 8HA. Doors 8.pm, £6/£5 (floorspots or those not in work).


Lynne Heraud & Pat Turner are two of the most experienced and established harmony singers on the folk scene.
They have a leaning towards traditional English material, but occasionally diversify and perform their own material and Victorian/Edwardian songs. Their interpretation of both contemporary and traditional material is sensitive, moving and has plenty of humour.
Their latest album "Tickled Pink" on WildGoose Records features both traditional and original works including Bonny George Campbell, Oxfam Girls and The Wife of Ushers Well.
You can find out more and listen to some tracks at
www.lynneandpat.co.uk

and watch Lynn and Pat here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUf9FwO91gk


John Kirkpatrick.
Friday 21 January 2011 - DHFC Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich, London SE22 8BD.
Doors 7pm. Tickets available in advance from  http://www.wegottickets.com/location/2052
or on the door (subject to availability) £12/£8.

We are really pleased that we were able to rearrange this gig, which had to be postponed from its original date back in May 2010 for reasons outside both John's and our control.
Brilliant performer on the squeeze box, great singer, and very entertaining.
His amazing skill with accordion, concertina and melodeon has taken him from folk dancing to experimental rock music - and a wide range of international recording collaborations.
John regularly toured and recorded with Richard Thompson, and played with both the Albion Band and Steeleye Span. He always maintained his love of acoustic music - that led to a long standing partnership with Martin Carthy which subsequently blossomed into the group Brass Monkey.
 
For more info about John, see http://www.johnkirkpatrick.co.uk/
watch John here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyGv6F3-JCQ&feature=related
and here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zSa1eElxNE&feature=list_related&playnext=1&list=MLGxdCwVVULXei3aony_8k9Wr27k4V4Oxi

Support artists for this evening will be Matthew Ord and Luke Edney.


Matthew Ord

Matthew first came to the Goose to support Brass Monkey at DHFC. Straight after that gig we were already getting requests to have him back .... he headlined Upstairs at the Mag, and now he's back at DHFC.
Matthew's live performances draw together the delta blues, English ballads, jigs, reels, protest songs and nursery rhymes, all performed with warmth and conviction.
Matthew is getting a reputation for absolutely stunning and spellbinding performances

watch Matthew here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPxYq82O9nw&feature=related


Luke Edney
Oh and this is his blurb...."Guitarist, Singer and all round Musical Journeyman Luke Edney is the latest young gun in the world of blues influenced rock. He's defined by his emotive and soulful guitar chops, with a soul piercing voice and a maturity that's rare for someone of his age. Drawing from an eclectic range of influences that include Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton  and Stevie Wonder he has crafted his own passion drenched musical style"

watch Luke here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09Hy1xTkC1E




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« Reply #51 on: January 16, 2011, 03:54:42 PM »

Come and see John Kirkpatrick this friday .... Matthew Ord and Luke Edney will support.



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« Reply #52 on: January 26, 2011, 02:19:19 PM »

Our gigs for Feb.


Maz O'Connor

Friday 11 February 2011 - Upstairs at the Mag.
The Mag, 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22 8HA . Doors 8.pm . £ 6/£5 concs & floorspots (new floorspots always welcome).  
Maz O'Connor is a 19 year old folk singer from Cumbria. She sings traditional songs, often unaccompanied and has also performed with Last Orders, previous winners of the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award.
She reached the final of the awards herself in 2009. She recently won the Fred Jordan Memorial Singing Competition at Bromyard Folk Festival, and the first TRAD2MAD competition run by Islington Folk Club.
While Last Orders are out of action (two of the band are studying abroad) Maz has been performing with Matthew Jones. She also writes her own songs, some of which can be found on youtube.
Listen to Maz at
http://www.myspace.com/mazoconnor

Maz will be accompanied tonight by her brother Joe O'Connor, a fantastic melodeon player.
You can check Joe out on:
http://www.myspace.com/joeoconnor
and you can check out Last Orders on:
http://www.myspace.com/lastordersfolk
 a clip of Maz singing “The Unquiet Grave”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iv6lRCeOUU



Fay Hield

Friday 25th Feb. DHFC, Edgar Kail Way SE22 8BD . Doors 7pm.

Tickets £11/7 advance, £12/8 on the door.

Advance tickets from

http://www.wegottickets.com/location/2052

We are delighted to have booked Fay, having seen her a few times in 2010 and been blown away. Clearly Topic were as well as she is the first artist they have taken onto their label in ten years! Fay is appearing tonight with Sam Sweeney of Bellowhead and Rob Harbron of the English Acoustic Collective.

Fay Hield began her singing life in the lively music scene around the Famous Bacca Pipes Folk Club in Keighley. She was instrumental in launching the Haworth Arts Festival and the Three’s Company folk promotions organisation, and performed as half of a highly-regarded duo with Damien Barber.

Fay formed the female a capella quartet The Witches Of Elswick. The Witches recorded two acclaimed CDs — Out Of Bed, (Fellside) and Hell’s Belles (Selwyn Music) — in their four years together, as well as clocking up numerous radio broadcasts . Their true habitat, however, was in live performance, and they blazed their progress around the folk club and festival circuits.
In 2009 a new concert line-up with Rob Harbron (English Acoustic Collective) and Sam Sweeney (Bellowhead) was established, built around a striking repertoire of often obscure material drawn from rarely-thumbed collections. This spicy stew of songs and ballads, catches and caprices is showcased on her debut solo CD - Looking Glass, released September 2010 on the prestigious Topic Records.

Instrumentation includes fiddles, concertina, nyckelharpa, and guitar. The sound is at once crafty and nimble, airy and graceful, full of zest and nuance, sensitive to the tradition yet utterly distinctive. Fay leads with a voice whose rough edges are still thrillingly intact, and which goes straight to the living heart of the songs.

Her first outing at Oxford Festival in 2009 was Acoustic Magazine’s Gig Of The Month:
Her strong voice, with soft, comforting northern tones, delivered songs from the length and breadth of the country… Contained within a festival bursting at the seems with talent, this performance really stood out as one of the highlights. Properganda online describe the London show from her recent Looking Glass tour: Sam on fiddles and Rob on concertina and fiddle are both highly accomplished, but seem to knit in the close confines of the stage to provide an almost telepathic backing over which Fay’s superb voice soars.

Reviews of Looking Glass:

‘an uncompromising album of old-fashioned folk values...a real singer… in an age of honey throated whimpering’ fRoots

'The album is brilliant, and the best thing Topic has released in years!' Mike Harding BBC Radio 2

‘Unadorned – and quite exquisite…Hield is a rare talent’ Uncut

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You can find out more about Fay from her website at
www.fayhield.com
Support artists tonight will be Darren Black and Matt Allin

Darren Black is an excellent singer and instrumentalist.He has a rapidly growing profile on the folk/acoustic scene. Described by Rock 'n' Reel magazine as 'a name to note', he hails from a quiet corner of the Welsh valleys and carries a heart-felt honesty in his music. With voice, guitar and fiddle, he performs his own thought-provoking songs and tunes, and 'has an incisive flair for blurring the boundaries between the traditional and contemporary'.

 http://Http://www.myspace.com/darrenblackmusic

Matt Allin is local to East Dulwich and a great singer of traditional songs as well as his own , and a great guitarist and melodeon player, he opened for Martin Carthy Norma Waterson & Chris Parkinson at DHFC last year , and is a regular at our Mag gigs.
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« Reply #53 on: February 01, 2011, 09:23:48 AM »

Would love to meet some of you talkawhile forumites ... are any of you in the south london area ? do any of you sing or play , how about coming to see Maz O'Connor and doing a floorspot ?
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« Reply #54 on: February 10, 2011, 02:40:50 PM »


Just a reminder that we have Maz O'Connor at The Mag tomorrow ( friday 11th ) , we also have a brand new Singaround starting up this Sunday ( 13th )

7.30 pm The CPT 193 Crystal Palace Road ,East Dulwich , London SE22 .... more details below.



We are delighted to be able to confirm our new monthly Goose singaround in the "old" bar of the CPT (junction of Crystal Palace Road and Underhill Road, if you don't already know it)! We are particularly delighted as it's the Goose's local! Turn right as you come into the pub and you will find us (though if zillions of people come down we may have to move to the "new" bar).

It will be on the second Sunday of the month, and the first one will be on Sunday 13 February at 7.30pm. We expect to finish around 9.30pm, but we'll see how it goes. The bar closes at 10.30pm but there will be drinking-up time after that.

The CPT does not serve food, but you are welcome to bring your own, or order a takeaway to be delivered to the bar for you.

We hope that lots of people will come down and, er, sing. It will be very informal and participative - no mikes, no lights, no audience. You can sing whatever you like, but as we're a folk club we'd prefer it to be at least folk influenced, and if it has a chorus or is a well-known song which others can join in with, so much the better

Accompanying instruments welcome too, but please note that this isn't a session, it's a singaround.

If you just want to come and listen, of course that's absolutely fine too.

We are grateful to the CPT for letting us have this space, so it would be great if we had a good turnout for the first night. And entry is absolutely FREE!

If you don't already know about the Goose, do check out our website at

http://www.thegooseisout.com
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« Reply #55 on: February 21, 2011, 04:48:11 PM »

The Jackie Oates Band
Friday 4 March 2011 – DHFC, Edgar Kail , East Dulwich , London SE22 8BD. Doors open 7pm.
Tickets available on the night £12/£8 concs. Or in advance £11/£7 from http://Http://www.wegottickets.com/location/2052


We had a lovely evening with Jackie back in the day when the Goose was scarcely out of its egg (well, 2008. Seems like a long time ago!)
Since then we have watched her blossoming in her solo career since leaving The Unthanks, and we are absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to have her back, this time with her own band!
Accompanying Jackie will be Mike Cosgrave on accordion and keyboards, Tristan Seume on guitar and James Budden on double bass, so if you like her album Hyperboreans as much as we do, you will hopefully be getting the full effect tonight!
For more information, including Jackie's exciting new inclusion in The Imagined Village, please see
http://www.jackieoates.co.uk/
and
http://www.myspace.com/jackieoates

The Millers Three Sons
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmO6546JVSE

Our two excellent support artists for this evening will be Dan Raza and Laura Victoria


Dan Raza

Dan is a 26-year-old English roots songwriter. He has toured Europe supporting Grammy Award singer Joan Armatrading, as well as touring the USA and the UK in his own right.
Maverick Magazine said "Truly spellbinding, stunning .... if there is any justice in this world, it won't be long before Dan Raza is headlining in a town near you. Take my advice and go and see him live, highly recommended."
To find out more, visit
http://www.myspace.com/danraza

Laura Victoria

Songs of love affairs, shipwrecks, imaginary worlds and cups of tea accompanied by cello playing that veers between moving melancholy airs, punchy rock riffing and slap bass.

Originally from Northumberland, Laura first started singing at folk festivals like Rothbury Folk Festival and the Morpeth Gathering. She was a member of Folkestra North directed by Kathryn Tickell before studying the folk degree at Newcastle University. She performs traditional songs, often unaccompanied as well as her own folk pop compositions. She recently released her debut EP 'Acting Up' through Cherry Red Records. Froots said "Both quirky and strangely irresistible".
To find out more and listen to some of Laura's music, click below!

http://Http://www.myspace.com/lauravictoriamusic
http://www.lauravictoriamusic.com/





See http://www.thegooseisout.com for info of all forthcoming gigs , including Fay Hield this friday at DHFC.
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« Reply #56 on: February 25, 2011, 12:49:39 PM »

Fay Hield gig at DHFC Tonight

http://www.thegooseisout.com

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« Reply #57 on: February 27, 2011, 03:44:49 PM »

Andrew Cronshaw & Tigran Aleksanyan
Friday 1st April 2011 – DHFC, Edgar Kail , East Dulwich , London SE22 8BD. Doors open 7pm.
Tickets available on the night £12/£8 concs. Or in advance £11/£7 from http://Http://www.wegottickets.com/location/2052


Andrew Cronshaw is a British multi-instrumental explorer, producer and world music journalist, playing electric zither, fujara, ba-wu, marovantele, di-zi, koncovka, dvojnice, kantele and other instruments (it will be an interesting sound-check for us then, better start early!)
His dramatic, spacious music combines perspectives from English, Scottish Gaelic, Finno-Ugrian, Iberian, Middle Eastern, Polish, Serbian, Armenian and other traditions. He lives in the UK, but has recently become involved in projects in Dalmatia, Poland and elsewhere, and over the past twenty years he has been particularly connected with Finnish traditional music and its musicians.
Over the past three years Andrew has been joined in a mesmerising duo by Tigran Aleksanyan, Armenian master of his country's exquisitely soft-toned reed instrument, the duduk, one of the world's most appealing-sounding wind instruments

For lots more information about Andrew go here:
http://www.cloudvalley.com/


Watch Andrew & Tigran here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUbeGZWPxKk
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« Reply #58 on: March 05, 2011, 10:04:32 PM »

Ewan McLennan .
Upstairs at The Mag . 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 8HA.
8.00pm – 11.15pm . Friday 11th March. £6/£5 (floorspots & concs)


Ewan is a truly excellent singer and guitarist who is receiving praise and awards for his work newly named as Fatea magazines Male Vocalist of 2010 and winner of  the Horizon Award for best newcomer in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.
His debut album 'Rags & Robes' has  been named one of Mojo magazines top ten folk albums of 2010. It was also featured on Johnny Coppin's BBC Radio playlist of 'The Best Albums of 2010'
Rarely has a young folk artist arrived so decisively on to the folk scene. Signed to Fellside Records, Ewan was also nominated for a Scots Trad Award for best newcomer at the end of 2010.

 Championed by Mike Harding on his Radio show, Ewan is a name to watch out for in 2011".
We are very excited about Ewan appearing at The Goose again.
New floorsingers always welcome.

You can Ewan singing on his MySpace page:
http://www.myspace.com/ewanmclennan
And you can find out more from his website at:
http://www.ewanmclennan.co.uk


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8SoYluSVjg


http://www.thegooseisout.com
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« Reply #59 on: March 18, 2011, 02:49:30 PM »

Bad News and good news . First of all, regretably we have had to cancel Andrew Cronshaw & Tigran Aleksanyan at DHFC on 1st April .

However the good news is we have Mary Humphreys & Anahata at the Mag on the 8th April details below:


Mary Humphreys & Anahata

Friday 8th April 2011 - Upstairs at the Mag.
The Mag, 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22 8HA . Doors 8.pm . £ 6/£5 concs & floorspots (new floorspots always welcome).  

Mary Humphreys and Anahata are established on the British folk scene as enthusiastic and entertaining performers of traditional material. With extensive research, skilled musicianship and a huge variety of instruments they have unearthed and brought back to vivid life some rare gems of English song and music.

This will be their second time at The Goose Is Out!

"Their music seems to be simple, pared-down, beautiful and timeless"
Mick Tems, Taplas
"Wonderful and unusual versions of songs and brilliant accompaniments and tunes."
Pete Coe, Ryburn Folk Club

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c27pOIbxYZE


http://www.thegooseisout.com
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