Wednesday session at the Seven Stars, Shrewsbury

The music session (with some songs) formerly at the Crown, in Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, is now at the Seven Stars, Coleham Head, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY3 7BP 07890 174889. [Confirmed by Ralph Edwards as moved but still running in September 2019.]

I haven’t been for many years, but sounds as if it’s still a good session.

David Harley

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CD Review – Ralph McTell

Another review for Folking.com. Good to hear that Ralph is still making good music. RALPH McTELL – Hill Of Beans (Leola Music TPGCD50)

David Harley

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CD Review ‘The Lost Words – Spell Songs’

Another of my reviews for folking.com: THE LOST WORDS – Spell Songs (Folk By The Oak QRCD004)

I like it very much.

David Harley

The Lost Words Spell Songs Book Jacket

 

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CD review – The Ashen

A review for Folking.com of the forthcoming CD by Andi Lee:

THE ASHEN – Slowdive (Kosi Records KOSI001)

David Harley

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Daria Kulesh / Kara

A little bird tells me that the amazingly talented Daria Kulesh is offering the albums by Kara – with whom she was lead singer between 2013 and 2017 – ‘Some Other Shore’ and ‘Waters So Deep’ at half price. And if you haven’t already, you might want to check out her solo albums – two of which I’ve reviewed enthusiastically – at the same time. Her online shop is here.

David Harley

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CD Review: Baldrick’s Plan

Here’s another of my reviews for folking.com: this time of an excellent CD by Baldric’s Plan, three guys specializing in close harmony and based in my part of Cornwall: BALDRICK’S PLAN – Counting The Tides (Grandplan Records GPR1902)

David Harley

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Shropshire Roads Folk Sessions

I’ve just received updated information from Clive Grainger about these sessions. (Thanks, Clive.)

“Hi David, could you include the following on the Sabrinaflu listings, pleasde? We are not quite in the Severn Valley, but close to a couple of tributaries in the Newport area! Firstly, you list an Open Mic or a session in the Lion at Edgmond. The pub is closed, permanently, we believe, sadly, but the sessions still run under the title
Shropshire Roads Folk Sessions.
We meet every week, and normally get between about 8 and 15 people at a session.

Shropshire Roads Folk Sessions:

  • first Wednesday – New Inn, Newport TF10 7LX
  • second Wednesday – Three Horseshoes, Sambrook TF10 8AP
  • third Wednesday – Red Lion at Sutton TF10 8DQ
  • fourth Wednesday – Three Horseshoes at Sambrook TF10 8AP
  • fifth Wednesday – Red Lion at Sutton TF10 8DQ.

All sessions start at around 8.30pm . Everyone welcome, from beginners to professionals. Plenty of tunes and songs, and everyone who wants to, gets a turn. Expect mainly folk, but also a bit of blues, roots, or even country. For more info email Clive at cliveg77@outlook.com.”

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