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« Reply #60 on: April 27, 2011, 04:09:25 PM »

Alasdair Roberts
Friday 6th May 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

Alasdair Roberts

Alasdair has twice come down from Glasgow specially to appear at The Goose Is Out! Last time DHFC was packed, and it was a very special evening. Alasdair said it was a special night too.
He is one of those singers who just could not possibly be mistaken for anybody else, having his own very individual style.
Based in Glasgow, he released his first solo album of traditional songs,under his own name "The Crook of my Arm", in 2001. His second album "Farewell Sorrow" was one of the Observer's top albums of the year , and consists of beautiful self-written songs which are totally personal yet clearly influenced by the folk tradition.
Alasdair's next album, "No Earthly Man", was a collection of traditional British ballads. His sixth album, "Too Long in This Condition" was released in August 2010, his most accessible to date.

"One of Britain's most singular and original talents" fROOTS
" Roberts effortlessly imbues ancient folk song with renewed relevance" **** MOJO
"Robert's macabre ceilidh carries an irresistible allure" **** THE TIMES
"All strangeness, betrayal and bloody hands, it's powerful, magical stuff" **** Q

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3u_Xww0vafw


Lizzie Nunnery

With the release of her debut album Company of Ghosts in Spring 2010, Lizzie's reputation as a captivating new voice in British folk has continued to grow.
BBC Radio 2's Mike Harding named the album in his top ten releases of the year, and it was nominated for Best Debut in the 2010 Spiral Earth awards.
"I was stunned by this album the first time I heard it and have gone back to it over and again. There's something riding under all the songs that, as in all great music, makes for more than the sum of its parts. " Mike Harding, BBC Radio 2 on "Company of Ghosts"
"An outstanding debut." Steve Bennett, Acoustic Magazine on "Company of Ghosts"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHGPTxy1CWU

Paul Micklethwaite

Paul has been playing guitar since I was really quite little and started singing as well fairly recently, after I found out you can sing folk in a Yorkshire accent (lol)

.. A Yorkshireman who plays acoustic guitar and singing, often at the same time.
"lovely" ~ Peggy Seeger
"lachrymose" ~ Neil Lockwood


http://www.myspace.com/video/vid/100405646#pm_cmp=vid_OEV_P_P

http://www.thegooseisout.com
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« Reply #61 on: May 10, 2011, 09:08:11 AM »

Nancy Wallace at The Mag . 211 Lordship Lane , east Dulwich, SE22 8HA .

Doors 8pm.

£6/5 (concs,floorspots)


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Music Week magazine called Nancy "one of the finest folk vocalists of her generation", and Mojo said "long respected as one of the purest voices on the folk circuit .... her live work fashions an amazing intimacy with her listener
The BBC said of her album "Old Stories is one of the first highlights of 2009. She certainly has every right to be talked about in the same breath as some of the traditional music greats."
Once of  The Memory Band, and now with The Owl Service , also critically acclaimed for her work with Sharron Kraus and Jason Steel.

"...while good musicians can play complex stuff, it takes great ones to play simply,... Nancy Wallace makes some of the most wonderfully subtle modern folk around... a triumph for understatement" The Word

"Nancy's voice is accomplished, gentle and downright beautiful.” Sonicdice.com

www.myspace.com/nancywallace
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« Reply #62 on: May 19, 2011, 08:26:54 PM »

Our gigs for June ..... John Doan , Dick Gaughan + Donal Maguire + Crownstreet


John Doan
Friday 10th June  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).No advance tickets for this gig, pay on the door only.

John Doan is one of the few masters of the rare twenty-string harp guitar, he has performed with a diverse range of artists including  Donovan,  Burl Ives, jazz ace Larry Carlton, Mason Williams (of "Classical Gas" fame), as a member of the New Christy Minstrels with Randy Sparks, among others and his virtuoso playing and arranging has attracted praise from no less a guitar luminary than Chet Atkins.

John Doan is a recording artist and concert performer as well as a professor of music at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. He is known as one of the world's leading harp guitarists and recently hosted the International Harp Guitar Gathering in Salem, Oregon.



http://youtu.be/eSypqOGqH38




Dick Gaughan + Donal Maguire + Crownstreet
Friday 17h June 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://www.wegottickets.com/location/2052


Dick will need no introduction to many reading this I'm sure, but for those that don't know him,
Gaughan was brought up immersed in the musical traditions and culture of the Gaels, both Scots and Irish, which naturally, therefore, provide the foundation for everything he does.

He has been a professional musician and singer since Jan 1970. Has been playing guitar since the age of 7 and made his first solo album in 1971. Working mainly in the areas now known as "Folk" or "Celtic" music, he has recorded quite extensively since then in many countries and in various combinations. Has also worked extensively as a session musician in a wide variety of musical styles.

Was an early member of the band Boys of the Lough and is on their first album and was with the now-legendary Scottish Folk-Rock band, Five Hand Reel, making 3 albums with them. In the 90s he founded and produced the short-lived but quite extraordinary ensemble Clan Alba.

Gaughan has been the subject of three full television documentaries in the UK - BBC2 Spectrum (1982), Scottish Television NB (1989) and BBC4 Session (2006) - as well as many radio documentaries in several countries.

His 1981 album Handful of Earth was voted Album of the Decade for the 1980s in both Readers' and Critics' polls in "Folk Roots" (now called "fRoots").

"the kind of voice that could stop a train in its tracks"
(The Independent)

"one of the most coveted and revered voices of recent times"
(Rock'n'Reel)

"A truly masterful performer"
( fRoots)

Dick performing Westlin Winds recently http://youtu.be/ZDB0P57nQds



Support acts this evening will be Donal Maguire & Crownstreet

http://www.myspace.com/crownstreetband

http://www.donalmaguire.co.uk/

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« Reply #63 on: August 07, 2011, 10:09:25 PM »

We have three gigs coming up in September .

Matthew Ord @ The Mag Friday 9th

Wizz Jones + The Wayne Drury Project @ The Ivy House Friday 17th

Bella Hardy + Laura Victoria + Edwin Brooks & The Burning Glass @ DHFC Friday 23rd Sept

Lots more information at
http://www.thegooseisout.com
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« Reply #64 on: September 17, 2011, 02:15:20 PM »

WIZZ JONES TONIGHT

Wizz Jones + The Wayne Drury Project . Saturday 17th September.

The Ivy House, Stuart Road, London SE15 3BE.

£6/5 on the door only
Doors 7.45pm Live music starts 8pm.

Wizz Jones

"There are few artists with more claim to being a 'musician's musician' than Wizz Jones. Inspired by Big Bill Broonzy, Rambling Jack Elliot, Alexis Korner and Ewan MacColl, and learning his guitar licks from the likes of Davy Graham and Long John Baldry while playing in the coffee bars of London's Soho during the late nineteen fifties.Then busking throughout Europe from the streets of Paris to the markets of Marrakech during the early sixties and later to be cited by John Renbourn and Eric Clapton as an important early influence. With his unique acoustic guitar style, an eclectic repertoire and a 'right hand worthy of Broonzy' Wizz continues to tour on the acoustic folk and blues circuit"

“He's a damn fine act in a noble tradition and he's one of the finest guitar players you're ever going to see”  Mark Harrison - "Blues In London" (www.bluesinlondon.com)  

 video clips of Wizz.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJWCZxVvCGE&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1tOxMaUcv8&feature=related

The Wayne Drury Project

US singer-songwriter Wayne Drury generated a dedicated following in the state of Oregon in the early 70s, performing his own unique take on acoustic folk/alt country developing at the time.

His continuing battle with MS made playing and singing progressively more difficult until the late 70s when it came to a complete halt. His reputation stalled, but his creative output continued even though the songs were unheard. Until now. His later work is arguably his best. He is currently bedridden in a care facility in Oregon.

His 70s music partner Rob Anderson has put this project together and gathered around him a host of incredible players to perform Waynes' songs.

The project comprises:
Wizz Jones
The Flynn Brothers
Laddie Ray Melvin (first UK tour!)
Geri van Essen
Mark Langmead
Alan McMahon
Rob Anderson

http://www.thegooseisout.com



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« Reply #65 on: September 19, 2011, 08:09:23 PM »

Bella Hardy & Anna Massie @ The Goose Is Out! DHFC, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich, London SE22 8BD. Friday 23rd September.

Doors 7pm. Tickets available http://www.wegottickets.com/searchresults/promoter/1380/promoter
Though only 25 years old, Bella has already been nominated three times in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and has been well known on the folk circuit for many years, playing fiddle in a variety of popular line-ups as a teenager and reaching the finals of the BBC Young Folk Awards in 2004.

Support will be Laura Victoria and Edwin Brooks & The Burning Glass

lots more info here.
http://www.thegooseisout.com
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« Reply #66 on: September 21, 2011, 07:56:38 PM »

Sorry , the correct link to the advance tickets page for all our gigs is:

http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout
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« Reply #67 on: September 28, 2011, 10:59:32 AM »

Our October gigs ..... plus don't forget our Singaround on Sunday 9th. more info on the website. http://www.thegooseisout.com



Alchemy @ The Goose Is Out!
Friday 14th October. Upstairs at The Mag . The Mag 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich. London SE22 8HA.
Doors 7.45pm . Live music from 8pm. £6 / £5 floorspots.


Friendship and a mutual love of unaccompanied singing have brought together these three fine voices. Mike Nicholson, Lesley Massey and Tony Petty have combined together as Alchemy to produce a unique blend of harmony with a full rich sound.As accomplished performers, Mike has enjoyed a long and illustrious career as a singer and musician and continues to be much in demand, whilst Tony and Lesley remain busy in their separate careers while maintaining their smallholding and performing at Clubs & Festivals as the very popular duo Capella.

 Interpretation and musicality are central to the performance of a wonderfully varied repertoire which is drawn from the tradition, both old and new, and which is increasingly earning Alchemy a reputation as having one of the most distinctive vocal sounds to emerge in recent years.

Watch Alchemy here:
http://youtu.be/vUtKqfDngzo

No advance tickets for this gig, pay as you enter. New Floorpspots always welcome, just add your name to the list as you enter.

http://Http://www.thegooseisout.com

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Lucy Ward + Jack Harris + The Raven  @ The Goose Is Out!
Friday 28th October. Upstairs at The Mag. The Mag 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich. London SE22 8HA.

Please note we have changed the venue for this gig from DHFC to The Mag.

Tickets £8 (advance booking recommended)

 http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout




Lucy Ward is rising star of the folk scene, leaving her mark wherever she goes with her expressive performance and infectious passion for folk music.

Lucy is a BBC Young Folk Award finalist, her voice conveys a conviction and respect to the folk songs she sings. It was a fascination with the narrative of folk songs that first attracted her into the world of folk music at the age of 14 and she is now well and truly steeped in the tradition having played support to some of the biggest traditional folk music luminaries around such as Dave Swarbrick, Tams and Coope, Mawkin:Causley, Jim Moray, Nancy Kerr and James Fagan and Seth Lakeman.


"A fantastic writer and a brilliant singer"
Frank Hennessy, BBC Radio Wales

"One of the best things I've heard in years"
Mike Harding, BBC Radio 2 Folk Show (Jun 15, 2011)

"One of the brightest stars in the current folk firmament"
Amandalynnemusic, Amandalynnemusic (Jun 07, 2011)

Watch Lucy here:
http://youtu.be/m8vV1M638fo


Support tonight will be The Raven and Jack Harris

find out about them both below:

http://theraven.me/

http://www.jackharrismusic.net/

http://www.thegooseisout.com

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« Reply #68 on: October 12, 2011, 12:10:52 AM »

Alchemy this friday.  Smiley


see you there.

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« Reply #69 on: October 13, 2011, 09:17:06 AM »

Alchemy this friday, Lucy Ward on the 28th..... http://www.thegooseisout.com

and more.

Coope Boyes & Simpson @ DHFC, Edgar Kail Way SE22 8BD. Friday 4th November, 7pm

Tickets are £11/£7 in advance or  £12/£8 on the night. Advance booking link here.

http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout

Barry Coope, Jim Boyes and Lester Simpson have been amongst the finest exponents of close-harmony vocal work over the past 17 years and have recorded a series of powerful albums in which they have covered anything from carols to songs about the devastation of the first world war, as well as collaborating with members of the Waterson-Carthy clan in that vocal supergroup Blue Murder, and working with the National Theatre on an adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's Private Peaceful.
Since their first appearance in 1993, Coope Boyes and Simpsons' powerful and distinctive unaccompanied singing and songwriting have taken English roots into radical new directions. Described as "quite simply the best purveyors of acappella song on these Islands", the trio’s first record, Funny Old World, was the rock magazine Q’s Roots Album of the Year.  Subsequent solo and joint releases have led to awards and outstanding reviews – the BBC Folk Website simply listed all their albums as recommended listening.

 “Coope Boyes & Simpson are currently our most inspiring vocal harmony group. Few can compete live with their voices, whether singing an unaccompanied traditional song or one of their own.”  Colin Irwin, BBC Radio2


watch Coope Boyes & Simpson below:

http://youtu.be/b-iOm6Yz7cw


Support tonight will be from Thomas McCarthy and Jess Cahill

Thomas McCarthy
Thomas McCarthy is a singer from an Irish Traveller family in Birr, County Offaly. From a considerable dynasty of traditional singers, song-makers and musicians, Thomas grew up surrounded by the singing of his late mother, her father and aunts and uncles and now lives in London.
‘The greatest Irish traditional singer in fifty years’ - Joe Power, Conneries’ Singing Club, Waterford
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyRuPE9Hzms

http://www.tinfolkmusic.com/www.tinfolkmusic.com/Thomas_McCarthy.html


Jess Cahill
Multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Jessica Cahill has been described by Nigel Eaton as "one of the best hurdy-gurdy players in Britain, with a superb driving style".
Her inspiration derives from many sources: her love of traditional music from England, France and Eastern Europe, and her passion for all forms of contemporary music. Jess has made many appearances at The Goose mostly recently with the excellent No Frills Band , We welcome her back tonight for a special solo appearance.


http://www.thegooseisout.com



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« Reply #70 on: October 27, 2011, 06:44:51 PM »

LUCY WARD gig SOLD OUT Smiley
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« Reply #71 on: November 01, 2011, 08:28:02 AM »

Tickets still available for Coope Boyes & Simpson this friday..... meanwhile , the following friday........




Chris Sarjeant & Benedict Taylor, Upstairs at The Mag @ The Goose Is Out!
Friday 11 November, Doors 7.45pm, £6/5 (floorspots or concessions)
The Mag 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 8HA.


Chris Sarjeant & Benedict Taylor have been playing together now as a duo specialising mostly in English traditional material for over two years, performing in prestigious venues throughout the country and also for the nationwide Live Music Now organisation.
Chris & Benedict make their second appearance together at The Goose Is Out! tonight. When they played Upstairs at the Mag last year, they could happily have continued all night if we had let them - a great night and amazing performances, and we're sure it will be the same tonight!
"Impeccable fiddle and guitar work, one of the best voices ever........a very major addition to the British folk scene" - Tom McConville - Musician of the year, BBC Folk Awards.
New floorspots are very welcome.

Chris Sarjeant.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJTnGgkJIPg
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« Reply #72 on: November 01, 2011, 11:40:32 PM »

Looks like a fantastic club. Now to work out how to get there from prospective Uni digs.
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« Reply #73 on: November 06, 2011, 10:27:51 PM »

Hi Ollie , thanks for the kind comment.  Smiley


Chris Sarjeant & Benedict Taylor, Upstairs at The Mag @ The Goose Is Out!
Friday 11 November, Doors 7.45pm, £6/5 (floorspots or concessions)
The Mag 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 8HA.

Chris Sarjeant & Benedict Taylor have been playing together now as a duo specialising mostly in English traditional material for over two years, performing in prestigious venues throughout the country and also for the nationwide Live Music Now organisation.
Chris & Benedict make their second appearance together at The Goose Is Out! tonight. When they played Upstairs at the Mag last year, they could happily have continued all night if we had let them - a great night and amazing performances, and we're sure it will be the same tonight!
"Impeccable fiddle and guitar work, one of the best voices ever........a very major addition to the British folk scene" - Tom McConville - Musician of the year, BBC Folk Awards.
New floorspots are very welcome.

Chris Sarjeant.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJTnGgkJIPg



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« Reply #74 on: November 16, 2011, 10:46:34 AM »

John Otway + Flameproof Moth + Liz Bentley. @ The Goose Is Out! Saturday 3rd December. The Ivy House, Stuart Road. SE15 3BE. Ticket info below. Doors 7pm.


A manic presence, and a true "one-off", John first became notorious back in 1977 after an appearance on the Old Grey Whistle Test with his former partner Wild Willy Barrett.

He had leapt astride Wild Willy's amplifier, and lost his footing. One leg slipped on one side of the sturdy wooden piece of musical equipment, and the other leg down the other. The whole weight of Otway's body crashed down on the most delicate parts of his body.

This sort of behaviour went down exceedingly well with the punk audiences of the time, and Otway was rewarded with his first hit "Cor Baby, That's Really Free", a recording contract worth a million in today's money, and a sizeable live audience.

It took a little while, but a quarter of a century after that first record, John Otway was in the Top Ten again with "Bunsen Burner", promoting him in a stroke to the hallowed pantheon of "two hit wonders."

We are particularly delighted to have two brilliant (and brilliantly funny!) local support artists tonight - Flameproof Moth (formerly Boycott Coca Cola Experience) and Liz Bentley.

Watch John here:
http://youtu.be/wkYOZyNocrw



more info about all of tonights acts with links.
http://www.thegooseisout.com/events.html#johno

advance ticket booking.
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/129324






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« Reply #75 on: November 23, 2011, 04:53:49 PM »

tickets selling fast for John Otway.  Smiley

you're still in with a chance if you act swiftly.
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« Reply #76 on: December 06, 2011, 04:10:56 PM »

Hey everyone. don't forget our festive SINGAROUND this sunday night. Upstairs at the MAG 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, lONDON se22 8HA, starts at 7.30pm. more details about our singarounds below.

http://www.thegooseisout.com/aboutus.html#evec


details of our january gigs below.

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Jake Wilson, Upstairs at The Mag @ The Goose Is Out!
Friday 13th January, Doors 7.45pm, £6
The Mag 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 8HA.


Jake sings a great mix of songs – an excellent interpreter of traditional and original material, also a superbly skilled guitarist.
Jake has performed many times across London and the south, including FolkMonday and the annual Writeidea festival in Whitechapel.
We first met  Jake when he came to do a few floorspots at the Mag. We were so impressed that we asked him to do a thirty minute slot supporting Dave Swarbrick at DHFC.
Swarb in turn was so impressed that he asked Jake to work with him on a musical project, and not only that - Jake will be playing with Swarb at DHFC on 24 February this year!

http://youtu.be/ALVxxopgfWk


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Ewan McLennan + Rose Lippard & Tim Graham + Piers Haslam. @ The Goose Is Out! Saturday 28th January . The Ivy House, Stuart Road. SE15 3BE. Doors 7pm.
Tickets £8/£7 concs. Available in advance, link below.
http://www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout


Ewan McLennan
Winner of several awards including the 2011BBC Radio 2 Horizon Award Ewan McLennan is an emerging folk artist that has been making headlines. His music combines traditional folk, with an inevitable focus on the music of Scotland, as well as his own self-penned songs that are receiving critical acclaim in their own right. BBC Radio 2's Mike Harding has said of Ewan, ‘he sings beautifully, with great sincerity and great empathy, he's terrific!’. His guitar playing, described as 'stunning' , is influenced by the rigour and technique from his years of studying classical guitar, while retaining a unique and compelling sound in which his immersion in folk music is evident.
His debut album, Rags & Robes, has been receiving glowing reviews. Described as 'a collection of truly captivating songs', it was chosen as a 'Top Ten Album of 2010' by MOJO and has won numerous accolades in radio and print media.

http://youtu.be/E8SoYluSVjg

Rosemary Lippard & Tim Graham
Singer Rosemary Lippard grew up in Aberdare, South Wales. She has been an avid folk fan since the age of 13 (when she was introduced to what she describes as "the marvel that is Joan Baez"), and is greatly inspired by all generations of women of folk from June Tabor, Shirley Collins and Anne Briggs to Lucy Ward, Jackie Oates and Fay Hield.
Tim Grahams’ guitar playing has "shades of Bert Jansch and Martin Simpson" (Glastonbury Folk Club) and combined with a unique vocal style wins new fans wherever he goes.
Over the last year Tim has performed with Ed Boyd, Gren Bartley, Katriona Gilmore & Jamie Roberts and James Findlay as well as recording his debut solo album
http://www.soundcloud.com/timgraham.2
"Perfect" Trowbridge Folk Club

Piers Haslam
East Dulwich resident and guitarist-singer Piers Haslam has been going to folk festivals since he was small. His songs reflect a love of both traditional folk and popular music of the last century. Piers’ big influences include greats such as Martin Carthy, Dave Swarbrick, Alasdair Roberts and Nick Harper, as well as lesser-known folk artists such as Jon Raven and Frank Purslow.

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« Reply #77 on: January 06, 2012, 09:08:44 PM »

The Goose Is Out! Fundraiser day for East Dulwich SNUB Community Garden. DHFC, Edgar Kail Way SE22 8HA, Sunday 22 January 2 – 9 pm £5.

The line-up is Wizz Jones, The Dulwich Ukelele Club, The No Frills Band, Fran McGillivray & Mike Burke, The John McLean Band, Joe Wilkes, and Rob Anderson with friends (including some UK based members of The Wayne Drury Project).

Entry is only £5 (children under 12 free) and you can come and go as you like once you have your ticket. You can buy your ticket at any time, but please note that if the venue is full and you do not have a ticket, we will sadly not be able to let you in! So to be sure of getting in, best buy your ticket early!

We have deliberately kept the ticket price low so that hopefully nobody will feel priced out of the day, but if you can afford to donate more, that would be brilliant.
Hot drinks and hot food will be available, plus a cake stall. The bar will be open all day. There will be a raffle with prizes donated by local businesses. All the proceeds from the door and from the raffle will go to the garden. Everybody involved, including all the musicians, is giving their time for free.


Wizz Jones
"http://www.youtube.com/embed/rJWCZxVvCGE"

Fran McGillivray  & Mike Burke

"http://www.youtube.com/embed/XJJER68RFKI"

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"http://www.youtube.com/embed/O_3vLEVM37o"   Smiley


More Information below about those playing, the community garden and also a link to WeGotTickets if you’d like to buy your ticket in advance.


www.wegottickets.com/thegooseisout

http://www.thegooseisout.com/events.html#fund

http://www.snubdulwich.org.uk/#/future-projects/4535387305


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« Reply #78 on: January 06, 2012, 09:57:27 PM »


Ewan McLennan + Rose Lippard & Tim Graham + Piers Haslam.


Piers is one of my best mates' sons.  I think this is his first proper gig.  I hope it goes well for him.  Give him your support by turning up early if you're going.

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« Reply #79 on: January 11, 2012, 04:00:09 PM »

not tempted to come along yourself Jules, down to London and make a weekend of it..... It will be Piers' first gig I think, he comes and plays/sings at our singarounds but , this will be the first time I think he has performed from a stage, as it where.  Smiley
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