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Now displaying: September, 2020
Sep 25, 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.

We have a sprinkling of new releases, an angry old release, plus highlights from September's Invisible Folk Club monthly compilation (subscribers only). To subscribe please to go to our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/join/invisiblefolkclub

Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche - Factory Girl
Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche - I Can Still Hear You
Fay Hield - Hare Spell
Kris Drever - I'll Always Leave The Light On
Malcolm Hobbs - Victor Jara
Pitmatics - House of Mercy
Paul Mosley - Ghost Ship
Steve Warner - America
Vivien Richardson - Getting By
Pauline Alexander & Sandy Stanage - The Dreamer
The Durutti Column - Katharine
Grae J Wall & Rico - Adjusting to the Night
Dick Gaughan - Workers' Song
Dick Gaughan - World Turned Upside Down

https://invisiblefolkclub.com/ has a listening guide to our show

Sep 17, 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.

Our main feature is an exclusive live session from Americana/alt-country trio My Girl The River. Amongst the new releases is an ambitious and occasionally experimental album from Joshua Burnside plus folk/horror hurdy gurdy from Steve Tyler (no not that one!)

Joshua Burnside - Under The Concrete
Joshua Burnside - Will You Go or Must I?
Joshua Burnside - And You Evade Him/Born in the Blood
My Girl The River - Cardinal in the Snow
My Girl The River - I Try
My Girl The River - Hot Chicken
My Girl The River - Slow Mover
Ruby Kate - Fox Cub
Boatkeeper - Breach
Boo Hewerdine - Wanderlust
Steve Tyler - Utopia Regained
Steve Tyler - Tierceron
Chris Rogers & the Invisibles - Glorytown
Dave Artus - A Second Heart

https://invisiblefolkclub.com/ has a listening guide to our show

Sep 9, 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.

Some well known names and some who should be. The jewell in the crown this week is the outstanding Americana of My Girl The River, a trio based in Bedfordshire (England) but with roots, heart and soul in the American south.

The Magpie Arc - Canon
The Magpie Arc - Love Never Dies
Kenneth J Nash - Chartreuse
Kenneth J Nash - Lady
My Girl The River - Slow Mover
My Girl The River - The Last Branch
Paul Mosley - Invisible Me
Cunning Folk - Traveller Hide Your Soul
Cunning Folk - Witches
Jon Bickley & Diana Stone - Black Lives Matter
Paul Mosley - Ghost Ships
My Girl The River - Cardinal in the Snow
https://invisiblefolkclub.com/ has a listening guide to our show

Sep 9, 2020

Nowadays former soldier George Perry is a performance poet with a message.

We're living in an era of false flags and hashtags.
We need to be thought criminals.

George is fully committed to the curious endeavour of living a human life to the full.

https://www.thegpezpres.com/

Sep 9, 2020

Nowadays former soldier George Perry is a performance poet with a message.

We're living in an era of false flags and hashtags.
We need to be thought criminals.

George is fully committed to the curious endeavour of living a human life to the full.

https://www.thegpezpres.com/

Sep 9, 2020

My Girl The River is an americana/alt-country trio based in north Bedfordshire (England) but with its roots, heart and soul firmly in the American south. Songwriter and guitarist Kris Wilkinson Hughes wears her heart on her sleeve as she tells stories of family, love and loss. Husband Joe (double bass) and daughter Ruby (ukulele) help Kris paint the pictures

Part one of this podcast takes an in-depth look at their new album Cardinal In The Snow recorded in Nashville with renowned producer Neilson Hubbard.

Website http://www.supertinyrecords.com/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mygirltheriver/

Sep 9, 2020

My Girl The River is an americana/alt-country trio based in north Bedfordshire (England) but with its roots, heart and soul firmly in the American south. Songwriter and guitarist Kris Wilkinson Hughes wears her heart on her sleeve as she tells stories of family, love and loss. Husband Joe (double bass) and daughter Ruby (ukulele) help Kris paint the pictures.

In the second part of this podcast they play an exclusive mini-gig for us and talk about life after lockdown and adapting to online gigs and the technology.

Website http://www.supertinyrecords.com/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mygirltheriver/ 

Sep 4, 2020

Paul Mosley singer, songwriter, composer and all-round good guy recently revisited the Invisible Folk Club. We have embraced the technology so it was a virtual podcast session. Paul has been very busy throughout lockdown writing a lot of new material and finishing off some older tunes. He performed two songs on the actual session (Mr Twist & Skylark Above Me) then later submitted three more home recordings which became the closing musical section and a snapshot of where Paul is at right now. He calls it a mini cabaret!

Paul's notes for the additional songs:
Invisible Me - The album version is on Music For for Puppets (a forthcoming release) and is full of glitchy synths and sung by Esther Dee. This is a piano and strings version sung by me.
Prison Rules - An exclusive not available anywhere else!
Ghost ships - The original version is on an old album called 'The Romantic' sung as a duet, coincidentally also with Esther Dee, with loads of tuned percussion and junk. This one is just me, a piano and a musical saw.

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