Whether singing, playing guitar, ukulele or mandolin , Angela Meyer & William Cox’s relaxed banter and gift for story telling makes their music both interesting and memorable. Their much anticipated second album ‘Dance of the Copper Trail’ (2017) is being hailed as their best work yet.
There will of course be floor spots too, so come along sing a song! We welcome performers from all corners of the folk spectrum. It is advisable to arrive at 7:30pm to put your name on the list.
Doors 7:30pm, music starts at 8pm. Upstairs at The Selkirk, 60 Selkirk Road, London SW17 0ES. Nearest tube Tooting Broadway on the Northern Line.
HATFUL OF RAIN
TIM JONES & THE DARK LANTERNS
DAVE ARTHUR & DAN STEWART
THE BARA BARA BAND
Plus sessions, floor spots, and plenty of food and beer!
Entry £5 on the door, advance tickets available here: www.bythehorns.co.uk/shop/events/tooting-folk-festival/
Sessions are open for all to join in, so bring your instruments!
The normal TOOTING FOLK night is on hold due to venue issues but we are pleased to confirm that it will be back on in the usual room at the Selkirk on September 2nd!
We’re currently having some venue issues so please watch this space for further dates!
Master of song Jim Murray is joined by Alex Szyzskowski (concertina, melodeon, mandolin) Davie Wooldrige (fiddle) Chris Dyer (fiddle, nyckelharpa) & Lis Stewart (duet concertina, fiddle & keyboards) to make lively music and plenty of laughs with a strong Geordie flavour.
There will be floor spots too, so get your singing shoes on!
Doors 7.30pm, music starts at 8pm. Floor spots should arrive around 7.30pm to put your name down. £5 entry
Upstairs at The Selkirk, 60 Selkirk Road, London SW17 0ES. Nearest tube is Tooting Broadway.
Made up of Hylda Sims, Simon Prager and Doc Stenson, they play an eclectic mix of Skiffle, Blues, Folk, and original songs with an occasional excursion into Rock n Roll, Country and Music Hall, and are named after the City Ramblers, a famous late fifties group of which Hylda was a member. They were regulars on BBC Radio, TV’s 6.5 Special and residents at Soho’s Skiffle Cellar in Greek Street.