Author Archives: David Harley

About David Harley

Independent antimalware/security researcher/author/editor; musician/singer/songwriter

Changes to this blog

I’ve been carrying out extensive changes to this blog (among others), many of them arising from the fact that I need to spend (even) less time on it. Mostly it’s been a matter of amending some out-of-date info or hiding … Continue reading

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My Folklife column

For the last few years I’ve been writing a short column for Folklife with a listing of regular events in Shropshire. However, I’m planning to quit writing the Shropshire page for the magazine at or before the end of 2020 … Continue reading

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CD review: Gemma Mae Anderson

Another review for folking.com: nice album, but a bit pop-y for my taste. https://folking.com/gemma-mae-anderson-life-own-label-gmaz…/ Still, making money for Versus Arthritis is a good thing. David Harley

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Folk down the track/Knucklas update

The Castle Folk Night due to take place on the 16th January has been cancelled for this month only.  This is because 2 days later we are having our annual KNUCKLAS WASSAIL – please come and join us! Saturday 18th … Continue reading

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CD review for folking.com – Atlantic Union

ATLANTIC UNION – Indulgence (Blue Island Records CD 20191) The Newfoundland trio’s 4th CD sees them including more of their own tunes and songs, and there are some real gems here. David Harley

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CD review – Yehla Collective

Thirty years on from the ‘Velvet Revolution’ in what was then Czechoslovakia: THE YEHLA COLLECTIVE – Steel Strings And Iron Curtains – Songs that Ignited The Downfall of Communism (Sun King Records) Added to the reviews page, of course. David … Continue reading

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Shroppie Fly & Kings Head Market Drayton: updated info.

Alan Thompson tells me that: “The session at the Shropshire fly at Audlem is on again every Monday night from around 8pm and has been for about two months now hope this helps. The session at the Kings Head on … Continue reading

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