Folk Club setlists

Morris Folk Club set lists
(an unformatted, unlinked list taken from Facebook posts, gathered here for Choir members' interest)

May 2017
Tuesday 30th - Stag's Head, Hoxton
We saw out May with another good night at Morris Folk Club, a busy evening with several firsts.
Here's how it went:
- Iain sang Intro (an Ariana Grande song);
- Anita (a regular at folk club but a first-time performer) sang If I Were A Blackbird;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang My Home Is A Prison (from Slim Harpo);
- Michelle sang Dark Swift And Bright Swallow (Martin Simpson);
- Hannah gave us Cuttin Id Teeth, a dialect poem by Joseph Baron;
- Michelle led us all in a round, Early To Bed, and then The Padstow May Day Song;
- Michael led us in a round version of Pick A Bale Of Cotton/Cluck Old Hen;
- Michael (with guitar) and Elise sang Milord (from Edith Piaf);
- Fiona (with, for the first time, mandolin) sang Daisy (Karine Polwart);
- Seth (first time solo) sang Lime Juice Tub;
- Ginny and Iain sang The Death Of Queen Jane (from Karine Polwart's version, with their own harmony);
- Ruth sang John Ball;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own Love Is Alive;
- Morris Folk Choir sang Free Little Bird;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Press Gang;
- Liz (another first-time performer at folk club) gave us the poem, Your Baby Has Fell Down The Plughole;
- Iain sang Where Two Hawks Fly (The Corries);
- Elise (with guitar) sang The L&N Don't Stop Here Any More (Jean Ritchie);
- Michelle led us all in May Song (We've Been A Rambling All Of The Night);
- Jen sang her own The Modern Way;
- Michael (with guitar) sang his own song about the Crystal Palace Park Train;
- Michelle (with mandolin) sang Cotton Mill Girls;
- finally Michelle led us all in Hal an Tow.
Join us at The Stag's Head, Hoxton, at the end of June, for more of the same but completely different.


April 2017
Tuesday 25th - Stag's Head, Hoxton
Although we were missing choir leader Michelle at Morris Folk Club on Tuesday night, so didn't have as much learning and singing together as usual, we still had a good night.

Here's how it went:
- James sang The Beggarman (from Jeannie Robertson);
- Mark (with harmonica) sang River of Joy (from Jaybird Coleman);
- Caroline sang Naughty Baby (from Fay Hield);
- Seth gave us John Betjeman's poem, Middlesex;
- a Morris Folk Choir group sang The Cuckoo is a Funny Bird;
- Michael (with guitar) and Tanja sang Stories of the Street (Leonard Cohen);
- John (with guitar) sang his own song, The Poverty Line;
- Suzanne (with guitar) sang her own song, Driftwood;
- Murray (with guitar) sang his own song, The Woods of my Heart;
- a Morris Folk Choir group sang Three Craws;
- Fiona sang Ghosts (Kris Drever);
- Iain sang Come By The Hills (from The Corries);
- Elise, Michael and Mark (with guitars and harmonica) sang When I Go Away (Levon Helm);
- Tanja played Ievan Polkka on violin;
- Seth and Iain (with guitar) sang Flower of Scotland (The Corries);
- Tanja and Elise (with guitars) sang Emmylou (First Aid Kit);
- a Morris Folk Choir group sang Carrion Crow;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own You Will Find Love;
- James sang We Will All Go Together When We Go (Tom Lehrer);
- a Morris Folk Choir group (with Tanja on violin) sang Dej Mi Boze Joci Sokolove;
- Caroline sang Little Yellow Roses (from Fay Hield, written by Trevor Peacock);
- Iain sang Kishmul's Galley (from The Corries);
- Lydia sang a song about Ruth the Moabite;
- Michael led us all in The Grey Goose;
- Ruth, Simon and Ginny led us in The Wood Thrush Song (Laurie Lewis);
- and Murray (with guitar) sang On The Nickel (Tom Waits).
Join us at The Stag's Head, Hoxton, at the end of May, for more of the same but completely different.


March 2017
Tuesday 28th - Stag's Head, Hoxton

Morris Folk Club last night was another good one.
This is how it went:
- Iain and Ginny sang Sweet Nightingale (from Jane and Amanda Threlfall's version);
- James sang Bold Sir Rylas;
- Michelle (on fiddle) played Coleman's March;
- Michelle led us all in Cuckoo, a French round;
- Fiona sang Three Ravens (from Malinky's version);
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Born With The Blues (Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee);
- Iain sang Billy Taylor (from Malinky's version);
- Morris Folk Choir sang Follow The Heron (Karine Polwart);
- Phil sang Lovely Molly (from Sam Lee's version);
- Anja sang Auf einem Baum ein Kuckuck and Kommt ein Vogel geflagen;
- Michael (with guitar) sang Framboise (Boby Lapointe);
- Michelle led us all in The Cuckoo is a Funny Bird;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own The Hardest Heart;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Danny Boy;
- Michelle led us all in The Cock Fight (The Charcoal Black and the Bonny Grey);
- Iain sang Ophelia's Song (from Jane and Amanda Threlfall);
- James sang Last of the Widows (Jez Lowe);
- Morris Folk Choir sang Chickens In The Garden (from Carthy, Hardy, Farrell & Young);
- and Michelle (with fiddle) led us in Cluck Old Hen.
Come along to the Stag's Head, Hoxton, at the end of April for more of the same, but completely different.


February 2017
Tuesday 28th - Stag's Head, Hoxton

Morris Folk Club last night was another good one; packed with good stuff, and slightly emotional as we bade farewell to Tim as a member of the Morris Folk Choir, though we expect to see him regularly, on visits up from Devon, on the London folk circuit!

This is how it went:
- Iain sang (and taught) Three Craws;
- Fiona sang You Can't Be A Pirate (Don Freed, via Tom Lewis);
- Tim (with guitar) sang his own Blossom And Fruit;
- James sang Smith Of Bristol;
- Tanja (with banjo) sang Dej Mi Boze Joci Sokolove;
- Michelle taught and led us all in When You Were Born You Cried (a round) and Oh Good Ale;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang The Ride Of Death (an English version of the Dutch song Dodenrit);
- Caroline sang The Hog-Eye Man;
- Iain sang Nathan Jones (The Supremes, via Bananarama);
- Ruth sang Handsome Molly;
- Brian (with guitar) sang Racing With The Sun (from Ella Jenkins);
- Morris Folk Choir sang Magpie (from The Unthanks);
- Anja taught us Good Fortune And Blessing, an English version of a German round);
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own The Hardest Heart;
- Julia, Annie and Mark (with, variously, accordion, concertina and fiddle) sang Olive Tree (by Tom Springfield and Diane Lampert) and I Wish The Wars Were All Over;
- Michelle and Julia sang Turtle Dove;
- Michelle (on fiddle) played The Cuckoo's Nest / The Falls Of Richmond;
- Tanja, Ginny and Iain sang The Parting Glass (after The Voice Squad);
- Elise (with guitar) sang Poor Black Mattie (R L Burnside);
- Michelle led us all in The Mingulay Boat Song;
- Tim (with guitar) led us in his own St Giles' Bowl;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang The Nailmakers' Strike (from Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin);
- James sang Schooldays End (Ewan MacColl);
- Caroline sang Jim Beam (a scurrilously-adapted version of John Ball!);
- Iain sang Making Time (his version of one of Tim's songs);
- and we closed with Tim leading us all in Thousands Or More (the Copper Family song).

Come along to the Stag's Head, Hoxton, at the end of March for more of the same, but completely different.


January 2017
Tuesday 31st - Stag's Head, Hoxton

Morris Folk Club was back at the Stag's Head, Hoxton on Tuesday for the first club of the year. We didn't have as many Folk Choir and communal items as usual, in Michelle's absence, but here's what we did have:

- Jon (with guitar) sang By The Time I Get To Phoenix (Jimmy Webb);
- Iain sang The Loch Tay Boat Song;
- Tanja (with banjo) sang Little Birdie (from The Kossoy Sisters);
- James sang The Rambling Rover;
- some of the choir led us all in Jock Stewart;
- Fiona sang A Man's A Man For A' That;
- Caroline sang The Sucking Pig;
- Michael and Elise (with guitars) sang Je Me Suis Fait Tout Petit (Georges Brassens);
- Jon (with guitar) sang Old Purple Tin (Alabama 3);
- Suzanne (with guitar) sang her own song, Recognition;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own song, The Hardest Heart;
- James sang The Woolloomooloo Lair;
- Iain sang She Moved Through The Fair;
- some of the choir led us all in Chickens In The Garden;
- Michael (with guitar) sang Dance Me To The End Of Love (Leonard Cohen);
- Marian and Sue read a satirical Trump-related poem (in the style of Burns) by Lorna Wallace, A Scot's Lament Fur Her American Fellows;
- Caroline sang The Briar and The Rose (Tom Waits);
- Elise (with guitar) sang a song of her own;
- and the evening ended with us all singing The Mingulay Boat Song.

Join us on Tuesday 28th February at the Stag's Head, Hoxton, for more of the same (and a bit more), but completely different.


November 2016
Tuesday 22nd - Stag's Head, Hoxton
Morris Folk Club on Tuesday: a packed evening for our last folk club of the year.
Here's how it went:
- Iain sang Long Time Gone (from the Everly Brothers);
- Tim (with guitar) sang Sweet Lemany;
- Tanja (with banjo) sang Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye (the first Leonard Cohen tribute of the night);
- Michael (with guitar) sang Sally Wheatley (by Joe Wilson);
- James sang I Can Hew, Boys (David Dodds);
- Ruth and Iain sang The King;
- Michelle warmed us up with a round, Banbury Ale, and then led us all in The November Drinking Song (Magpie Lane);
- Fiona sang Song For Mary (written by Karine Polwart for Shee);
- Caroline sang In The Shade Of The Old 'Arris Mill;
- Matt sang Eddie Don't Like Furniture (John Hegley);
- Mark (with harmonica) sang On The Road Again (The Memphis Jug Band);
- Morris Folk Choir sang The Wren In The Furze (after The Chieftains);
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own Don't Go;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang St Giles Bowl (Tim's song!);
- Michelle (with violin) sang a version of Turkey In The Straw which incorporated an Ojibway version of the song;
- Tanja sang O Kakva To Svetlost (a Croatian Christmas carol, 'What is that light?');
- Anja sang Auf einem Baum ein Kuckuck saß;
- Elise (with guitar) sang a song of her own;
- Michelle led us all in Hunting The Wren;
- Caroline sang John Ball;
- Tim (with guitar) sang his own Alexandra Rose;
- Elaine, Fiona and Iain sang Echo Mocks The Corncrake (from Songs Of Separation);
- James sang Time Ashore Is Over (Bill Meek);
- Joanna sang Cadgwith Anthem;
- Iain sang Flora (the Lily of the West) (from Peter, Paul and Mary);
- and Michelle led us all in Bird On The Wire (Leonard Cohen, of course) and Cotton Mill Girls.

And that's it for 2016! Join us in 2017, on the last Tuesday of January, at the Stag's Head Hoxton, for more of the same, but completely different.


October 2016
Tuesday 25th - Stag's Head, Hoxton
Morris Folk Club on Tuesday, and another good evening. Half-term meant that some regulars were away, but also that we had some new folk.
If you weren't there, this is what you missed:

- Iain sang April Morn (from Jane & Amanda Threlfall);
- Tim (with guitar) sang Stratton Water;
- Mark (with two harmonicas!) sang Ghost Riders In The Sky;
- Fiona sang The Dreadful End of Marianna For Sorcery (by Karine Polwart);
- Michelle led us in a warm-up round of Ah Poor Bird;
- Michelle taught us all The Magpie (from The Unthanks' version);
- Mike (with guitar), first-time solo performer at the club, sang Little Sadie;
- Peter (with guitar) sang his own song, To The Moon;
- Tanja and Iain sang The Wagoner's Lad (after The Kossoy Sisters);
- Christina (a first-timer at folk club, down from the Isle of Lewis) sang the Gaelic song Milleadh nam Bràithrean;
- Brian sang an updated version of his old band’s Little Man;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Three Little Babes;
- Michelle taught us all a version of In My Time Of Dying;
- Michelle sang The Wood Thrush's Song (Laurie Lewis);
- Tim (with guitar) sang his own Where The Lily and Ivy Grow;
- Iain sang A Sailor's Life (after Fairport Convention);
- Ruth sang The Uttoxeter Souling Song;
- Peter (with guitar) sang his version of the tale of Adam and Eve;
- and Michelle led us all in Eli The Barrow Boy (The Decemberists).

Join us on the last Tuesday of November, at the Stag's Head Hoxton, for more of the same, but completely different.


September 2016
Tuesday 27th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
Another good evening at the Morris Folk Club last night; some regulars missing, but some new folk along, and singing!
This is how the evening unfolded:

- Iain sang Good King Wenceslas;
- Fiona sang The Lark In The Clear Air;
- Tim (with guitar) sang a new song of his own, possibly called Stitches and Patches;
- Michelle led us all in a warm-up round, As The Swan Swims;
- James sang Clyde Water;
- Peter (with guitar) sang his own School is a Sausage Factory;
- Marian (singing solo at the club for the first time) sang Look What They’ve Done To My Song, Ma (the Melanie song); 
- Michelle led us all in My Singing Bird;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own The Open Door;
- Suzanne (with guitar) sang Eagle (the Abba song);
- Michelle sang a version of Turtle Dove;
- Michelle led us all in A Maiden Came To London Town;
- Joanna (another first-timer) sang Galileo (the Indigo Girls song);
- Bernadette (another first-timer at the club) sang John Ball;
- Anja sang The King of Rome (the Dave Sudbury song);
- Iain sang Losing You (the Randy Newman song);
- Fiona sang a completely different version of Turtle Dove;
- Tim (with guitar) sang Down Among The Dead Men;
- Peter (with guitar) sang his own I Love A Country Song;
- Suzanne (with guitar) sang her own Tragic Comedy;
- James sang Mandalay (Kipling’s poem/song, in Peter Bellamy’s setting)
- Michelle (with fiddle) played Ashokan Farewell/Swananoa;
- and the evening was rounded off by a communal reprise of My Singing Bird and then Mingulay Boat Song.


Come along to the Stag’s Head, Hoxton, on the last Tuesday in October, for more of the same, but completely different.


August 2016
Tuesday 30th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
A folk club for the end of summer last night, appropriately laid-back for a warm August evening.
This is how the evening went:
- Iain sang Derwentwater’s Farewell;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Scarborough Fair;
- Michelle led us all in a round, When You Were Born You Cried;
- Fiona sang The Lark In The Clear Air;
- Michelle (with violin) sang Linden Lea;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own You Will Find Love;
- Michael (with guitar) and Elise (with flute) sang Waterbound (a Dirk Powell song);
- Ruth sang Handsome Molly;
- Michelle taught us all Mollymauk (a Bob Watson song);
- Iain sang Nevertheless (a Rutles song);
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Lungs (a Townes van Zandt song);
- Michael (with guitar) sang I Like Birds (an Eels song);
- Morris Folk Choir led us all in King of Birds (a Karine Polwart song);
- Elise (with guitar) sang La Llorona (a traditional Mexican Spanish song);
- Michelle sang a version of The Cuckoo Bird;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own Where Have You Gone?;
- Ruth sang The King;
- and Michelle (with guitar) rounded off the evening by leading us all in The Rattling Bog.
Come along to the Stag’s Head, Hoxton, on the last Tuesday in September, for more of the same, but completely different.


July 2016
Tuesday 26th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
Another good evening at the Morris Folk Club last night, with old friends and new.
If you weren’t there, this is what you missed:
- Iain sang I’m Free From The Chain Gang Now;
- Tanja sang Sivi Sokole;
- Michelle led us all in Tumbalalaika;
- Brian O’F and his friend Brian (with guitars) sang Cluck Old Hen/This Old Hammer, and Santiano;
- James sang Lock Keeper (from Stan Rogers);
- Morris Folk Choir and all sang Haul Away Joe;
- Fiona and Sarah sang Wild Goose (Ranzo);
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own Hounslow;
- Don (with guitar) sang Jock Stewart;
- Michelle sang Woodpecker (from Handsome Family);
- Morris Folk Choir (with Tanja on banjo) and all sang Bonny Ship The Diamond;
- Hannah sang Michael (from Red Molly);
- Suzanne G (with guitar) sang Wonderful Life (from Black);
- Iain sang Wallet (from Regina Spektor);
- Tanja (with banjo) sang Turtle Dove;
- James sang Lowlands Away;
- Brian (with guitar) sang an English version of Bruach na Carraige Báine;
- and Morris Folk Choir and all sang Roseville Fair.
Come along to the Stag’s Head, Hoxton, on the last Tuesday in August, for more of the same, but completely different.

June 2016
Tuesday 28th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
People were a bit subdued at last night’s Morris Folk Club to start with, post-referendum, what with one thing and another, but our spirits were lifted - for the evening at least - by an evening of singing together.
Here’s how it went:
- We all sang Down In The River To Pray;
- Fiona, Iain, Jon, Tim (guitar) and Tanja (banjo) led us in Union Maid;
- Iain sang two short songs together, Dear Friends and The Way Old Friends Do (originally by Queen and Abba, respectively);
- Fiona sang Between The Wars (Billy Bragg);
- Peter (with guitar) sang his own humorous variation on Where Have All The Flowers Gone?;
- Jon (with guitar) sang The Frozen Logger (from Cisco Houston);
- We all sang Handsome Molly (with Tim, Tanja and Peter accompanying);
- Suzanne G (with guitar) sang The Times They Are A-Changing;
- Brian sang his old band’s Little Man;
- Elise (with guitar) sang an as-yet-untitled song of her own;
- Tim (with guitar) sang Captain Of The Waterways (unearthed in the EFDSS library);
- Tanja (with banjo) sang Turtle Dove (this version from The Duhks);
- Jon (with guitar) sang Waiting Round To Die (Townes Van Zandt);
- after the break, Iain sang The Haughs O’ Cromdale;
- Peter (with guitar) sang his own humorous variation on My Name Is Macnamara;
- Jen sang Somewhere Between Your Heart And Mine (Merle Haggard);
- Brian led us all in Haul Away Joe;
- Suzanne G (with guitar) sang her own Tragic Comedy;
- Tanja (with banjo) sang Little Birdie (with Tim on guitar) (from The Kossoy Sisters);
- Tim led us all in Chicken On A Raft;
- and Tim, Brian and Iain led us in General Taylor to finish.
Come along to the Stag’s Head, Hoxton, on the last Tuesday in July, for more of the same, but completely different.


May 2016
Tuesday 31st - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
This is what happened at yesterday's Morris Folk Club:
Morris sang Eli the Barrow Boy with Tanja on the banjo and Jon on the guitar
Jon (guitar) and Tim (on John Renbourne's banjo, no less) sang Rolling in my sweet baby's arms
James sang Fair Flower of Northumberland
Tanja sang Vehni Vehni Fijolica, a Croatian folk song
Morris sang Summer Is Icumen In
Peter (with guitar) sang a cheerful variation on Streets of Laredo
Simon (with guitar) sang his own song When Everything Changed
Michael sang his own song The Pneumatic Express, accompanied by Elise on slide guitar
Morris sang Keel Row
Fiona sang Johnny Be Fair
Brian (with guitar) sang Big Yellow Taxi
Caroline sang Oh My Son Henry
Tim sang Whistle and I'll come to you my lad
After the break, Jon (with guitar) sang Love Will Tear Us Apart
Tim sang his own song Hearts Reflected On The Water
Michael sang his own song Life's Alright With Me
Elise (guitar) accompanied by Tim (banjo) sang Shady Grove
Peter (with guitar) sang the Wee Wee Song
James sang London Town
Caroline sang John Ball
Tanja led Morris into singing Hal and Tow to wrap up the evening.
See you all again on the 28th June!

April 2016
Tuesday 26th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
We had a few new people along at Morris Folk Club on Tuesday, via friends, Google and Radio 3!
There was, as ever, much joining in (sea songs were much in evidence), which is how we like it. Here’s how it went:

- Tanja (banjo), Tim (guitar) and Jen led us all in I’ll Fly Away;
- Iain got us to join in on The Model Ship (a sea-shanty version of Kraftwerk’s The Model);
- Tim (with guitar) sang Sweet Lemany;
- Tanja (with banjo) sang The Cuckoo Bird;
- Brian and Ben (with guitars) sang Galway Girl (a Steve Earle song);
- we all sang Blood Red Roses;
- Tim and Elise (with guitars) sang The Hares On The Mountain;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Hopping Down In Kent;
- Fiona sang The Whole Of The Moon (from The Waterboys, via Karine Polwart);
- Simon (with guitar) sang Some Things Last A Long Time (his version of a Daniel Johnston song);
- Jen sang her own Riches Of Silver;
- Caroline sang Santiana;
- Elise (with guitar) sang Green Grows The Laurel;
- Gervaise sang Follow Me ‘Ome (by Rudyard Kipling);
- Ruth sang Home, Lad (from a poem by Cicely Fox Smith);
- we all sang South Australia;
- Iain sang The Death of Queen Jane (from Sheena Wellington);
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Maid In Bedlam;
- Brian, with Ben on guitar, sang On Raglan Road;
- Tanja sang Ederlezi (a Romany Gipsy song);
- Iain sang Lowlands Away;
- Caroline sang John Ball;
- and Morris Choir sang Reuben James and the Mingulay Boat Song.

Come along to the Stag’s Head, Hoxton, on the last Tuesday in May, for more of the same, but completely different.


March 2016
Tuesday 29th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
We had another good evening at Morris Folk Club on Tuesday. We thought it might be quieter than usual, being just after the Easter weekend, but we had a good turnout, most performers did more than one song, and everyone was in fine singing mood.
This is how it went:
- Anja led us all in Bella Mama;
- Iain sang Angel Band;
- Tim (with guitar) sang his own Oyster Girl;
- Fiona sang Braw Sailin’ On The Sea (from Kris Drever);
- Jon (with guitar) sang Sixteen Tons;
- Caroline sang Let Union Be In All Our Hearts;
- Hogtoon (a possibly one-off ensemble of Don, Michael and Simon!) sang Sloop John B;
- Jen, with Tanja (banjo) and Tim (guitar) led Morris Folk Choir in Handsome Molly;
- Tanja, Ginny and Iain sang The Parting Glass;
- James sang Rolling Down The River (a Jack Forbes song);
- Jen sang her own Modern Way;
- Ruth led us in A Long Time Ago;
- Simon (with guitar) sang Some Things Last A Long Time (his version of a Daniel Johnston song);
- Trev (first time performing at Morris) sang (with guitar) his own Along The Way;
- Suzanne G (with guitar) sang The Boatman (The Levellers);
- Tanja sang a Croatian song, Dej Mi Boze Joci Sokolove;
- Tanja, Elaine, Michael and Suzanne G led us all in Johnny Bowker;
- Iain sang April Come She Will;
- Tim (with guitar) sang his own Alexandra Rose;
- Jon (with guitar) sang Willie Nelson’s I Gotta Get Drunk;
- Caroline sang Little Yellow Roses;
- Don (with guitar) sang his own Deirdre Barlow Eyes;
- Ruth sang Old Sir Simon The King;
- James sang Banfield’s John Banden (The Bills);
- Trev (with guitar) sang his own We Will Wake;
- Suzanne G (with guitar) sang her own Homeward Bound;
- Jon (with guitar) sang Stagger Lee;
- Tim (guitar) and Tanja (banjo) played the Morpeth Rant;
- Jen, by popular demand, reprised her new song with fine singalong chorus, Modern Way;
- Don led us Morris Folk Choir in Press Gang;
- Caroline led us all in John Bull;
- and as people headed off into the night, people were still singing and playing songs like I’ll Fly Away and Down In The River…

Do join us on the last Tuesday of April, at the Stag’s Head in Hoxton, for more of the same, but completely different.


February 2016
Tuesday 23rd - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
Another splendid evening last night at Morris Folk Club, with our usual hallmarks: plentiful joining in, and songs from an impressively wide range of sources, none sounding out of place.

If you weren’t there, here’s what you missed:
- Iain sang California Earthquake (from Mama Cass’s version);
- Jon W (with guitar) sang The Kindness of Strangers (Nick Cave);
- Michelle (with recorder) sang Bonny At Morn;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang St Louis Blues;
- Michelle led us all in The Drunken Sailor;
- Caroline sang The Briar and The Rose (Tom Waits);
- Tanja (with banjo) sang Oj Javore (a Croatian folk song);
- Fiona sang The Unst Boat Song (a Shetland song in Norn);
- Michelle led us all in Chicken On A Raft (Cyril Tawney);
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own Never Lose Your Sparkle;
- James sang Black Diamonds (Jez Lowe);
- Tim (with guitar) sang his own Blow Your Candles Out;
- Elise (with guitar) sang Queen of Hearts (from Joan Baez);
- Michael (with guitar) sang Shine On Harvest Moon (from Leon Redbone);
- Suzanne G (with guitar) sang The Boatman (The Levellers);
- Anja (first time performer at MFC) led us in Bella Mama;
- Jon W (with guitar) sang Gangsters (The Specials);
- Iain sang Peggy Gordon;
- Tim (with guitar) sang a medley of I Wonder What’s Keeping My True Love Tonight (Trad) and We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (Taylor Swift);
- Michelle (with guitar) sang Be Careful, There’s A Baby In The House (Loudon Wainwright III);
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Waiting Round To Die (Townes Van Zandt);
- and we finished off with Michelle (with fiddle) leading us all in Country Life (The Watersons).

Come along to the Stag’s Head, Hoxton, on the last Tuesday of March for more of the same, but completely different.


January 2016
Tuesday 26th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton (no December club)
Another good night at Morris Folk Club last night.
Here's how it went (some photos to follow!):
- Michelle led us all in A Long Time Ago, Sally Free And Easy, and South Australia;
- Iain sang Parcel O' Rogues and Life On Mars?;
- Jonathan W sang Last Train And Ride (with guitar) and Crawdad Song (with banjo);
- Don (with guitar) sang Wild Mountain Thyme;
- Tim (with guitar) and Jen sang Poison In A Glass Of Wine;
- Morris Folk Choir sang The Mingulay Boat Song;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang I Wonder As I Wander;
- Brian (with guitar) sang Sail Away Ladies;
- Tanja (on banjo) played Staten Island;
- Alex sang Wildwood Flower (with guitar) and The Banks Of Claudy;
- Fiona sang January Man;
- Gervase sang Now Westlin Winds;
- Iain, Tim and Mark led everybody in All For Me Grog;
- Michelle sang Lord Franklin;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own You Will Find Love;
- Suzanne G (with guitar) sang her own Driftwood;
- Caroline sang The Briar And The Rose and John Ball;
- Michael (with guitar) sang his own Plea To A Bee;
- Tommy (with guitar) sang St James Infirmary;
- Elise (with guitar) sang Donna Donna;
- Tim, Tanja and Elaine sang Sammy's Bar;
- Tim and Jen sang Tim's song, Christina Collins;
- all compered by Jo, who also gave us an improvised dramatic performance piece we'll call Cat First Aid...
Special thanks to all who performed and joined in - that is, everybody!
Come next time - the last Tuesday in February - for more of the same but completely different.


November 2015
Tuesday 24th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
Last night's folk club was a lot of fun, with several newcomers and a few previews of small group train songs and readings/stories ahead of Saturday's Morris Folk Choir concert.
Here's what you missed if you weren't there:
- Michelle led us all in learning Chicka Hanka;
- Sue read a Wendy Cope poem;
- a Morris group sang Train On The Island;
- Tim (with guitar) sang his own Seafarers;
- Caroline sang John Ball (Sydney Carter);
- a Morris group sang In The Sidings (Cyril Tawney);
- Tanja (with banjo) sang Sweet Thames Flow Softly (Ewan MacColl);
- Jonathan F-T (back after saying farewell last month!) sang As The Dawn Breaks (Richard Hawley);
- a Morris group sang John Henry;
- Michelle led us all in learning Harriet Tubman (Walter Robinson);
- Morris choir sang Another Train (Pete Morton);
- Elaine told us a train-related story;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own Love Is Alive;
- James (first-timer at folk club) sang The Bold Fusilier;
- Jonathan W (with banjo) sang Pretty Polly;
- Gervase (another first-timer) sang Row On;
- Michael & Elise (with guitars, more first-timers!) sang Roving Women (Connie Converse);
- Michelle led us all in Shosholoza;
- three Morris groups sang in turn The Rock Island Line, The L&N Don't Stop Here Any More (Jean Ritchie) and Morningtown Ride (Malvina Reynolds);
- Sue told us a train story;
- Iain sang Thomas O'Winesbury;
- Suzanne G (with guitar) sang a song of her own for the first time, the lovely Homeward Bound;
- Michelle (with fiddle) rounded off the evening singing The Grey Funnel line (Cyril Tawney).
Special thanks to all who performed and joined in.
Come next time - not December, probably January - for more of the same but completely different.


October 2015
Tuesday 27th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
In our best visited Folk Club yet earlier tonight at The Stag's Head, we had loads of performers and guests. There were some Halloween themed songs, and many others. We also had a number of club firsts, and some club lasts.
Matt, who compered the evening, opened with Neighbourhood Watch by Boothby Graffoe
Tanja played Nail that Catfish on the Tree on the banjo
Everyone sang two warm up songs, Ghosts and Bedlam Boys
Morris sang Reuben/ 500 miles
Don sang his own song Rockwell Museum
Hannah sang Blackbirds and Thrushes by Niamh Parsons
Everyone learned to sing The Twa Sisters
Tim played a set of two tunes on the guitar, Bonnie at Morn from Northumbria, and Jenny Pluck Pears, a Playford tune he learned from Leveret
Michelle sang Joan Baez's There But for Fortune
Pearl, a newcomer to our folk club, sang her own song Carn
After the interval, Jonathan FT and Tim sang the choir's favourite Welsh song Y Brawd Houdini
Simon sang his own song The Door
Everyone learned to sing The Daemon Lover
Jonathan FT sang a song by the Unthanks, Farewell Regality, as a farewell to Morris
Ruth, another newcomer to the club, sang the Uttoxeter Souling Song
Caroline, also a first time Morris performer, sang John Ball
Morris performed Vashti Bunyan's Train Song
Suzanne G, performing with a guitar for the first time ever, sang John Fullbright's song High Road
Fiona and Sarah performed Castleford Ladies Magical Circle as a duo
Tim and Jen also performed as a duo, singing Tim's song Christina Collins
Pearl returned to sing Cold Haily Windy Night and the Pirate's Gospel
Caroline and Fiona sang Mollymauk
We finished the evening with Mingulay Boat Song


September 2015
Tuesday 29th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton (no August club)
Another good night at Morris Folk Club last night - second time at the Stag's Head, a lovely room.
If you weren't there, this is what you missed:
- Iain sang A Calling-On Song and Gartan Mother's Lullaby;
- Tanja (banjo) and Tim (guitar) played The Seneca Square Dance, with clogging from Hannah (not her only clogging of the night!);
- Jonathan sang Jenny Waits For Me;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Man of Constant Sorrow;
- Simon (with guitar) sang Song To The Siren and his own Don't Leave Me In Hounslow;
- Michelle sang Here's A Health To The Company, and played (on fiddle) Sweet Marie / Jeff Sturgeon;
- Tim sang his own songs Blow Your Candles Out and The Banks Of Italy;
- Matt sang When You Go;
- Suzanne sang My Jolly Sailor Bold;
- Fiona sang The Testimony of Patience Kershaw;
- Morris Folk Choir sang This Old Hammer/Cluck Old Hen and Little Black Train;
- Michelle taught/led us all in Tower Of Strength, Union Maid and The Man That Waters the Workers' Beer;
- and we rounded the evening off by all joining in on St Giles' Bowl (one of Tim's songs in the choir's repertoire).
Join us on the last Tuesday of October for more of the same, but completely different!


July 2015
Tuesday 28th - Stag’s Head, Hoxton
We had a very good night at the Stag's Head in Hoxton last night for our July folk club. No club in August, but will we be back in Hoxton for our September night? Time will tell...
If you weren't there, here's what you missed:
- Michelle (with herself on fiddle and Tanja on banjo) sang Turpin Hero;
- Jon (with banjo) sang 900 Miles;
- Iain and Danica (first-time performer at Morris, with uke-impersonating fiddle) sang Who's Going To Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet?;
- Louis sang Carol, a poem by John Short set to a tune of Louis's own;
- Fiona sang John C Clark;
- Jonathan sang Rebel Soldier;
- Iain sang The Old Maid In The Garret;
- Danica played on fiddle The Turkey In The Straw and a British tune of unremembered name;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own When Everything Changed;
- Iain and Ginny sang The Slave's Lament;
- Tanja (with banjo) sang Oj Javore (The Maple Tree);
- Suzanne sang No Expectations (one of The Rolling Stones' folk songs);
- Michelle (with fiddle) played Green Willis;
- throughout the evening Michelle taught/led us all in John Kanaka, Factory Girl and Hopping Down In Kent;
- and, by way of a requested encore, Jon and Tanja on banjos and everyone else on voice ended the evening with I'll Fly Away.
Join us in the autumn for more of the same, but completely different!


May 2015
Tuesday 26th - St Barnabas Mission Hall, Dalston (no June club)
St Barnabus Church Hall was our folk club venue for the second time yesterday. Here is what we did:
- Morris sang the Clover Hacking Song, a traditional song from Kent, followed by Fathom The Bowl
- Simon sang his own song called Never Lose Your Sparkle, accompanied by Mark on the harmonica
- Fiona sang Being a Pirate by Don Freed, a song about the hazards of being a pirate (A pirate! A pirate!)
- Morris sang My Son John
- Tim sang a traditional song called I Wonder What's Keeping My True Love Tonight
- Mark sang John Barleycorn accompanying himself on the harmonica
- After the interval Morris sang Three Drunken Maidens
- Don sang his own song Leave It Up To Me
- Maddy sang a Kate Rusby song Who Will Sing Me Lullabies
- Tom sang The Mermaid
- Morris sang King of Birds by Karine Polwart
- Michelle played Green Willis, an American fiddle tune
- Tanja sang a song called Selma by Bosnian band Bijelo Dugme, because of its train theme
- To finish, Morris and guests learned to sing This Train (Is Bound For Glory) as sung by Big Bill Broonzy
The next folk club will be on Tuesday 30th June, and we'll let everyone know if there's a venue change.


April 2015
Tuesday 28th - St Barnabas Mission Hall, Dalston
We managed to turn the St Barnabas Church upper hall into a folk club last night pretty successfully!
I wonder where we'll be for the May folk club? We'll keep you posted.
Here's what the April folk club held for us:
- Iain sang I Once Loved A Lass;
- Tanja sang Ederlezi (a Romany spring festival song from the Balkans);
- Morris Choir sang Sumer Is Icumen In;
- Michelle (with violin) sang Wise Old Love;
- Tim (with guitar) sang a new, untitled song of farewell;
- Tim, Matt and Tanja played some tunes to ease us back into the second half, including Mairi's Wedding and Whiskey Fore Breakfast;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own Don't Leave Me In Hounslow;
- Ed (with guitar), a first-timer at our club, sang You'll Never Miss Your Mother Till She's Gone (from Fiddlin' John Carson);
- Morris Choir sang Turn Around;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Black Betty (from Ram Jam's famous version, though Mark assured us it was based on a traditional marching tune, and we're sure he's right!);
- Lewis, another first-timer at our club, sang a version of Yeats's Song of the Old Mother, which he had set to a melody;
- Morris Choir sang Mairi's Wedding;
- Tom sang Tallow Candles;
- Iain sang The Ark (a Gerry Rafferty song);
- Michelle played (on violin) Ashokan Farewell And Swannanoa Waltz (by Jay Ungar and Rayna Gellert respectively);
- Morris Choir sang I'll Fly Away;
- and at various points in the evening, Michelle, our Morris Folk Choir director, taught/led us all in arrangements of: a medley of Mary Mack and Far Am Bi Mi Fhin; She Moved Through The Fair; Hamba Lulu (a Zulu wedding song)
Join us on the last Tuesday of May - wherever we may be - for more of the same, but completely different.


March 2015
Tuesday 31st - Dissenting Academy, Newington Green
Morris Folk Club last night at The Dissenting Academy went pretty well. Watch this space to see where Folk Club will be held in April...
Here's what you missed:
- at various points in the evening, Michelle, our Morris Folk Choir director, taught/led us all in This Old Freedom Train, By The Waters Of Babylon (Don MacLean version), The Bad Squire and John Ball;
- Don (with guitar) sang his own Time Of Life;
- Iain sang On Horseback (a Mike Oldfield song);
- Morris Folk Choir sang the Mingulay Boat Song;
- Jon (with guitar) sang In The Pines;
- Hannah did some clog-dancing, accompanied by Tanja on banjo and Tim on guitar (playing Seneca Square Dance followed by Shove The Pig's Foot a Bit Further In The Fire):
- Brian (with guitar) sang his own song, perhaps called Keep Inside The Lines;
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Poison In A Glass Of Wine;
- Tim (with guitar) sang a new song of his own, Sally Brown;
- Esme, Eli, Hannah and Elaine, accompanied by Tanja (banjo) and Matt (guitar), sang Roseville Fair;
- Tim, Mark, Matt, Jonathan and Brian sang The Old Dun Cow;
- Matt sang It's Far Too Serious (Boothby Graffoe);
- Fiona sang The L&N Don't Stop Here Any More;
- Iain sang Boots Of Spanish Leather;
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own song, perhaps called Let It All Wash Over;
- and Michelle played a pair of fiddle tunes: Lorna (by Pete Cooper) and Sweet Marie (trad).
Join us on the last Tuesday of April, somewhere or other, for more of the same but completely different.


February 2015
Tuesday 24th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland
Last night's Folk Club was something special, with lots of smaller groups from the Morris Folk Choir trying out songs in advance of their gig on Saturday 7 March. Here's what you missed:
- in open rehearsal with the choir through the evening, everyone sang I've Been To Harlem, Whiskey From Rockingham and Barley Mow
- Don (with guitar) sang his own Rockwell Museum
- a Choir Group (we should give them names, really!) sang Ye Mariners All
- a CG sang Fathom The Bowl
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own Don't Go
- a CG sang Just The One
- Mark (with harmonica) sang Crow On The Cradle (Sydney Carter)
- a CG sang Oh Good Ale
- a CG (with guitar) sang Sammy's Bar
- a CG sang Shepherd's Song
- Tim (with guitar) sang his own Long Red Hair
- a CG (with guitar) sang Martin Said To His Man
- Tanja sang Vehni, vehni fijolica (a Croatian folk song)
- a CG (with guitar) sang Jock Stewart
- a CG (with string band) sang Whiskey Fore Breakfast
- Iain sang Fhir A' Chinn Duibh (an old Gaelic song) and Highland Lament (a version of a Burns-collected song)
- Ruth and Helen (with guitar) - a first-time duo at folk club - did Bob Dylan's Don't Think Twice
- Hannah gave us Any News Of The Iceberg? (a Les Barker monologue)
- a CG sang The Parting Glass
- a CG (with guitar) sang St Giles Bowl (written by Tim)
Join us on the last Tuesday of March for more of the same, but completely different.
Or before that, there is the Morris Folk Choir concert and ceilidh on Sat 7 March…


January 2015
Tuesday 27th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland
First Morris Folk Club of the year last night, and it went rather well.
Here's what you missed:
- Tim (with guitar) sang two newly-written songs, Oyster Girl and Blossom & Fruit
- Fiona, Ginny and Iain (a first-time trio from the choir) sang Sorrys (a Burns Unit song)
- Tanja, with Matt on guitar, sang Dej Mi Boze Oci Sokolove, a traditional Croatian song
- Brian (with guitar) sang Raglan Road
- Simon (with guitar) sang his own Don't Go
- Mark (with harmonica) sang The Leaving Of Liverpool
- Iain sang Allelujah (the Fairground Attraction song, not Mr Cohen's)
- Fiona sang On Captain Grose (a Robert Burns song)
- Michelle sang The Grey Funnel Line (a Cyril Tawney song)
- Morris Folk Choir did Drunkard's Special, John Barleycorn, and Poison In A Glass Of Wine
- everyone learned in open rehearsal with the choir Byker Hill and Here's A Health To The Company (which we closed the night with)
Join us on the last Tuesday of February for more of the same, but completely different.


November 2014
Tuesday 25th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland (no December club)
Another good night at folk club last night. Our last club of the year, so a little Christmassy, but finishing, appropriately, with an echo of this month's Remembrance Day:
- in open rehearsal with Morris Folk Choir, throughout the evening, we sang Christmas Bells, Soul Cake, Rise Up Shepherd and Must Be Santa.
- Morris Folk Choir sang, at various points, November Drinking Song, So Much Wine (a Handsome Family song), I Saw Three Ships and Patapan.
- Iain sang Poor Little Jesus (from the version by Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band).
- Michelle sang The Snow It Melts The Soonest
- Don, with guitar, sang his own Deirdre Barlow Eyes
- Tim sang Thousands Or More (a Copper Family song)
- Simon, with guitar, sang his own The Open Door
- Jonathan sang Suo Gan (a Welsh lullaby)
- Mark, with harmonica, sang Somewhere Between (a Merle Haggard song)
- Tanja sang O Kakva To Svetlost (a Croatian Christmas song)
- Brian, with Ben on guitar, sang a song whose name is yet to be revealed...
- Ginny and Iain sang The Death Of Queen Jane (from Karine Polwart's version, with their own harmony).
- Matt sang A Dollar Short Of Happy (a Nick Lowe/Ry Cooder song).
- Fiona sang Hanging On The Old Barbed Wire.
No folk club in December, so join us on the last Tuesday of January for more of the same, but completely different.


October 2014
Tuesday 28th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland
What you would have heard (and perhaps sung along with) at last night's Morris Folk Club:
- learning with Morris Folk Choir, through the evening: Bad Moon Rising, The Bonny Bonny Bows of London, and Eli the Barrow Boy
- performed by Morris Folk Choir, through the evening: Caleb Meyer, Three Little Babes/Motherless Child, and Werewolves of London
- Iain singing Twa Corbies
- Don, with guitar, singing his own Leave It Up To Me
- Tim, with guitar, singing Three Score And Ten
- Jonathan singing This God Damn House (a Low Anthem song)
- Fiona singing The Unquiet Grave
- David, with guitar, singing Forever Autumn (from War Of The Worlds)
- Kieron, with tiny guitar, singing his own Landscape From A Dream
- Mark, with harmonica, singing Reuben James
- Matt on guitar and Michelle on fiddle played a Martin Hayes tune which will have to remain nameless for now (update: thanks to www.folktunefinder.com, Michelle can now tell you that it's The Booley House!)
- Suzanne G singing I Saw The Dead (a Villagers song)
- Tanja singing Am I Born To Die (a Charles Wesley hymn in the Sacred Harp tradition repertoire)
- Iain singing Thriller (a Michael Jackson song, though, as Iain pointed out, actually written by a Lincolnshire lad, Rod Temperton of Cleethorpes)
- Elaine reciting a seasonal poem, Paul Pumpkin
Join us on Tuesday 25 November, for more of the same, but completely different!


September 2014
Tuesday 30th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland
Here's some of what you missed at tonight's Morris Folk Club:
- everyone joined the choir in Mairi's wedding, The ploughboy and the Cockney, and Paddy on the railway
- Tim and Tanja played Whiskey Fore Breakfast (on bazouki and banjo)
- Iain sang The brown and the yellow ale
- Jonathan sang Standing in line (a Lester Simpson song)
- Brian and Ben (a first-time team at folk club) sang and played Wagon wheel
- Iain, Ginny and Mandy (a first-time trio from the choir) sang I am stretched on your grave
- Fiona sang Hamish Henderson's Freedom come-all-ye
- Suzanne G sang No change (by The Levellers), accompanied by Michelle on the fiddle
- Simon sang and played his own song, Don't leave me in Hounslow
- Matt sang a short, weird song I'm going to have to ask him about! [Matt sang Boothby Graffoe's Pull back and reveal!]
- Don sang and played his own song, Timewasters please
- Tim sang and played Barbara Allen
- Tanja played Nancy
- Michelle sang and played Ban the bomb
- and special guest Brendan Collins sang and played a set of his own songs.
Don't miss next month's Morris folk club, on Tuesday 28 October; expect some seasonal offerings - the season, of course, being Halloween.


August 2014
Tuesday 26th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland
If you didn't make it along to August's Morris Folk Club on Tuesday, here is some of what you missed:
Don sang his own Rockwell Museum;
Michelle sang Whisky in me Tay and played Cherokee Shuffle on fiddle;
Simon sang his own When Everything Changed;
David and Natasha performed You Do Something To Me (Paul Weller) and While My Guitar Gently Weeps (The Beatles);
Jonathan sang King of Rome (Dave Sudbury);
Fiona sang William and Davy (Kate Rusby);
Tanja played Planxty George Brabizan on banjo;
Mark did Black Betty (Ram Jam) with harmonica;
Morris Folk Choir performed Caleb Meyer and All for me grog;
and the assembled multitude learnt and sang (in open choir rehearsal fashion) Yenamanoa, Ye Jacobites by Name and Columbus Stockade Blues.
Another splendidly mixed bag. Come along in September for more of the same, except completely different!


June 2014
Tuesday 24th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland (no July folk club)
A good time at Morris Folk Club last night, with singing (solo, choir and much joining in), guitars, banjo, melodeon and mouth organ.
Here's some of what you missed:
The choir sang Babes In The Wood, and an African song (in round, and harmony!) from the open rehearsal.
Michelle sang The Cuckoo, and led everyone in Fathom The Bowl and Shallow Brown.
Iain sang When The Tigers Broke Free (Pink Floyd) and Wave or Particle (Spirit of Play).
Tim sang his new WWII song called Far Normandy, and The Man Who Waters The Workers Beer.
Simon sang his own song, Where Have You Gone?
Mark (with mouth organ) sang a Dutch folk song from Dunkirk, and Sea Song (Robert Wyatt).
Fiona sang The Sun's Coming Over The Hill (Karine Polwart).
Alan played Orange In Bloom (Sherborne Waltz) and Shepherd's Hey on the melodeon.
Tanja played Elzig's Farewell on banjo and sang When Johnny Come Marching Home.
Come along next month for more of this kind of thing, and whatever you bring yourself!


May 2014
Tuesday 27th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland?
No listing. Possibly no folk club.


April 2014
Tuesday 29th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland
No listing, though there was a folk club.


March 2014
Tuesday 25th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland
If you didn't make it to Morris Folk Club last night, what you missed included fine versions of Barbara Allen, Young But He's Growing, The Deil is Deid, Allunde, Coulter's Candy, Cruel Mother, Prairie Lullaby, folk versions of Bruce Springsteen's Happy and the Police's Can't Stand Losing You, tunes on fiddle, on banjo and mandolin, and two songs written by Morris Folk Choir members. Don't miss it next time!


February 2014
Tuesday 25th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland
No listing, though there was a folk club.


January 2014
Tuesday 28th - Hysteria Bar, Kingsland
No listing, though there was a folk club.
The first folk club in the Hysteria Bar, and the first of the committed relaunch where it became definitely a folk club that would definitely happen…!


November 2013
Tuesday 26th - The Regent, Liverpool Road N1 (no December club)
No listing, though there was a folk club.


October 2013
Tuesday 29th - Hope & Anchor, Upper Street
Scheduled, but didn’t happen, as room lease terminated without warning

September 2013
Tuesday 24th - No folk club (choir went to Sharp’s)


July 2013
Tuesday 30th - Hope & Anchor, Upper Street (no August club)
No listing, though there was a folk club.
‘it was our best club night yet, featuring shanties, some Tom Lehrer and Nick Cave, and lots of London songs, all spiced up with some Croatian and Guyanan folk music. ’


June 2013
Tuesday 25th - Hope & Anchor, Upper Street
Rehearsal for upcoming concert held instead of folk club.


May 2013
Tuesday 28th - Hope & Anchor, Upper Street
No listing, but a folk club was planned


April 2013
Tuesday 28th - Hope & Anchor, Upper Street
No listing, but a folk club was planned


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