Saturday 26th April featuring Rattle On The Stovepipe (instead of 3rd May)


Rattle On The Stovepipe are Dave Arthur (5-string banjo, melodeon, guitar, vocals), Pete Cooper (fiddle and vocals) and Dan Stewart (5-string banjo, guitar and vocals). They’ve gained an enthusiastic folk club following with their mix of traditional songs, ballads and dance tunes from the British Isles and the Appalachian Mountains region of America. Their 2006 CD with Chris Moreton, ‘Eight More Miles’ (Wild Goose, WGS 333), and the 2009 ‘no use in cryin’ with Dan Stewart has spread their reputation more widely.

There will also be floor spots as usual, so come along and sing a song! With or without an instrument, traditional or original. Or read a poem. Or do a dance.

Doors 7.30pm, music starts at 8pm. Upstairs at The Selkirk, Tooting Broadway.  Come along at 7.30pm to put your name down for floor spots. Entry is £3, all the door money goes to the guest act.

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