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Jun 29, 2019

Each month we select a past Invisible Folk Club radio show to air on the podcast channel. This show is a special edition combining selected parts of two recent shows.

The Rickmansworth Folk Festival takes place on Saturday 13th of July and we have been invited to curate the Invisible Folk Club Stage. It is a great honour.

The stage is in the garden of The Feathers pub on Church Street where we have a fabulous line-up of artists all of whom are featured in this broadcast. Please lend them your ears.

Appearing will be:
Craig Joiner, Odette Michell, Lizzy Hardingham, Jon Bickley, Dave Artus, David Gunawardana, Chris Lawley

If you make it to Rickmansworth please come over and say hello, we'll be at the merch table where you can purchase CDs by the artists.

Jun 23, 2019

Stout Brothers are an acoustic duo comprising Stewart Murdoch (guitar/ukelele) and Neil Stanton (violin/mandolin).

Scotsman Stewart came relatively late to music discovering the art of guitar well beyond the first flush of youth. In the course of learning his chosen instruments (ukelele added along the way) song writing seemed to come naturally, most of the songs on this session are Stewart's compositions.

Neil had been playing electric guitar in various bands for many years as well as being proficient on mandolin and banjo. Through the encouragement of a musician friend he became involved in violin restoration and rebuild. It was almost inevitable that Neil would learn to play the instrument, we're glad he did!

The guys first met at a low key folk event and a mutual love of acoustic rootsy music lead to the Stout Brothers. They are gradually raising their profile in south east England and who knows where beyond. Honesty and authenticity abound.

Jun 23, 2019

Stout Brothers are an acoustic duo comprising Stewart Murdoch (guitar/ukelele) and Neil Stanton (violin/mandolin).

Scotsman Stewart came relatively late to music discovering the art of guitar well beyond the first flush of youth. In the course of learning his chosen instruments (ukelele added along the way) song writing seemed to come naturally, most of the songs on this session are Stewart's compositions.

Neil had been playing electric guitar in various bands for many years as well as being proficient on mandolin and banjo. Through the encouragement of a musician friend he became involved in violin restoration and rebuild. It was almost inevitable that Neil would learn to play the instrument, we're glad he did!

The guys first met at a low key folk event and a mutual love of acoustic rootsy music lead to the Stout Brothers. They are gradually raising their profile in south east England and who knows where beyond. Honesty and authenticity abound.

Jun 13, 2019

Doug Jenner is an Australian fiddle singer resident in England for the last 20 years. He started his musical career in Sydney with bush bands driven by a passion for Aussie folk music. Since moving to the UK he has continued to champion the music of his roots. Australian writer and bush poet Henry Lawson has been a profound influence. Bush songs depict the life, character and scenery of the Australian bush and Lawson's words feature significantly in this podcast. Doug, in partnership with musician and song collector Martyn Wyndham-Read, has developed and performed 'Voice of a New Nation' a reworked version of Chris Kempster’s acclaimed show about Henry Lawson's life and works.

Doug has been a major driving force behind the Kimpton Folk Festival. Now in its 4th year and with Doug as its Folk Events Chairman this excellent one day festival has gone from strength to strength. This year it takes place on Saturday 6th June with an impressive line-up of established names along with stars of the future.

Jun 13, 2019

Doug Jenner is an Australian fiddle singer resident in England for the last 20 years. He started his musical career in Sydney with bush bands driven by a passion for Aussie folk music. Since moving to the UK he has continued to champion the music of his roots. Australian writer and bush poet Henry Lawson has been a profound influence. Bush songs depict the life, character and scenery of the Australian bush and Lawson's words feature significantly in this podcast. Doug, in partnership with musician and song collector Martyn Wyndham-Read, has developed and performed 'Voice of a New Nation' a reworked version of Chris Kempster’s acclaimed show about Henry Lawson's life and works.

Doug has been a major driving force behind the Kimpton Folk Festival. Now in its 4th year and with Doug as its Folk Events Chairman this excellent one day festival has gone from strength to strength. This year it takes place on Saturday 6th June with an impressive line-up of established names along with stars of the future.

Jun 13, 2019

Doug Jenner is an Australian fiddle singer resident in England for the last 20 years. He started his musical career in Sydney with bush bands driven by a passion for Aussie folk music. Since moving to the UK he has continued to champion the music of his roots. Australian writer and bush poet Henry Lawson has been a profound influence. Bush songs depict the life, character and scenery of the Australian bush and Lawson's words feature significantly in this podcast. Doug, in partnership with musician and song collector Martyn Wyndham-Read, has developed and performed 'Voice of a New Nation' a reworked version of Chris Kempster’s acclaimed show about Henry Lawson's life and works.

Doug has been a major driving force behind the Kimpton Folk Festival. Now in its 4th year and with Doug as its Folk Events Chairman this excellent one day festival has gone from strength to strength. This year it takes place on Saturday 6th June with an impressive line-up of established names along with stars of the future.

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