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Jun 29, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. The Invisible Folk Club continues to promote new music while tipping a hat to the pioneers who came before.

Some hits from Lindisfarne, some film soundtrack songs, some protest, some album of the month previews. A well balanced show methinks.

There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

Lindisfarne - Meet Me on the Corner
Lindisfarne - Lady Eleanor
Leon Rosselson - Who Reaps The Profit, Who Pays The Price?
Leon Rosselson - Where are the Barricades?
Martin Olyett - M25 Corridor
David Gunawardana - Where She Walks
Mhairi Hall - A Peak Apart
Mike Lawley - Spare a Thought
Mike Lawley - Hungry and Homeless
The Young Tradition - The Pretty Ploughboy
Jon Bickley & Invisible Folk - Under the Same Sky
Jon Bickley & Invisible Folk - Call The Sun

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

Jun 29, 2020

2½ years ago singer/songwriter/guitarist Grae J Wall was one of the earlier guests at the Invisible Folk Club, on that occasion he brought along fiddle player Andy Keeble. Last August (2019) news reached us of Andy's sudden and unexpected death, it was a sad day. This podcast is dedicated to Andy.

For Grae's second visit old friend and steel guitar player Rico came along and together they served up their own brand of earthy music. Echoes of Leadbelly, Robert Johnson, Hank Williams and Woody Guthrie will take you straight to the heart of the matter.

For more info about Grae and his music:
https://graejwall.bandcamp.com/
http://www.trailer-trash.co.uk/index.htm

Jun 29, 2020

2½ years ago singer/songwriter/guitarist Grae J Wall was one of the earlier guests at the Invisible Folk Club, on that occasion he brought along fiddle player Andy Keeble. Last August (2019) news reached us of Andy's sudden and unexpected death, it was a sad day. This podcast is dedicated to Andy.

For Grae's second visit old friend and steel guitar player Rico came along and together they served up their own brand of earthy music. Echoes of Leadbelly, Robert Johnson, Hank Williams and Woody Guthrie will take you straight to the heart of the matter.

For more info about Grae and his music:
https://graejwall.bandcamp.com/
http://www.trailer-trash.co.uk/index.htm

Jun 28, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. The Invisible Folk Club continues to promote new music while tipping a hat to the pioneers who came before.

We don't need an excuse for playing Bob Dylan, it's a return to form and his first album of new material in 8 years. There's also new material from new artists (to us) plus some older protests. Kick over the statues.

There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

Bob Dylan - Mother of Muses
Bob Dylan - Masters of War
Bob Dylan - One More Cup of Coffee
Bob Dylan - Mississippi
Bob Dylan - Crossing the Rubicon
George Samsome - Jovial Cutler
George Sansome - Gown Of Green
Carys - Black Dog Rides Tonight
Kris Drever - Where The World Is Thin
Tom Fairnie - Lightning In The Dark
Pippa & The Strawmen - The Folk Singer
Windborne - Which Side Are You On?
Leon Rosselson - The History Lesson

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

Jun 20, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

This week we have legendary singer/songwriters, we have rising stars, we have new music, we have lots of quality from our own network. Something for everybody.

Bob Dylan - Scarlet Town
Van Morrison - Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Lizzy Hardingham - Memorial for a Glacier
Lizzy Hardingham - Carousel
Lizzy Hardingham - Dance With Me
Jack in a Barrel - Hail Smiling Morn
Black*Scarr - Prescription Junkie
Barry Goodman - Banbury White Horse/Four Up
Mhairi Hall - The Parting Glass
Alan Garmonsway - Macky the Pit Pony
For Lua - In Their Minds
John Palmer Acoustic Band - Little England
John Maw - Feeling Bad Blues

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

Jun 19, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

When it comes harnessing the power and timelessness of traditional song Sam Lee is one of the brightest and best of the sons of England. His January 2020 album 'Old Wow' speaks about something urgent and vital; Nature and our relationship to it. We feature 3 songs from 'Old Wow' followed by our usual miscellany of artists and friends, old and new.

Sam Lee - The Garden of England
Sam Lee - Lay This Body Down
Sam Lee - The Moon Shines Bright
Steve Warner - Lockdown Daz
Ali Maas & Micky Moody - These Times
Brazen Thieves - Six Dukes Went A-Fishing
Brazen Thieves - The Emigrant
Matt Fleming - Floating
Datson Hughes - Dark Garden Lullaby
Datson Hughes - Flowers and the Axe
Granny's Attic - Wheels Of The World
Granny's Attic - Ship In Distress
Jon Bickley & Invisible Folk - The Snow it Melts the Soonest

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

Jun 9, 2020

During office hours Steve Warner is a school teacher and chaplain, evenings and weekends he is an erudite singer/songwriter and gifted tunesmith. We spent a delightful afternoon listening his observational and passionate songs and discussing the ideas that inform and drive them. He is an engaging performer and all round good guy!

The best place to keep up with Steve's latest music is his Soundcloud page at https://soundcloud.com/5teve-warner
News of up and coming gigs from https://www.facebook.com/stevewarnerfolk/

Jun 9, 2020

During office hours Steve Warner is a school teacher and chaplain, evenings and weekends he is an erudite songwriter and gifted tunesmith. We spent a delightful afternoon listening his observational and passionate songs and discussing the ideas that inform and drive them. He is an engaging performer and all round good guy!

Best place to keep up with Steve's latest music is his Soundcloud page at https://soundcloud.com/5teve-warner
News of up and coming gigs from https://www.facebook.com/stevewarnerfolk/

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