Author Archives: David Harley

About David Harley

Computer Security Author/Editor; Independent Antimalware Researcher; CEO at Small Blue-Green World; Senior Research Fellow at ESET.

News from Knucklas

Folk Down The Track in April, plus an additional FDTT special event in June Continue reading

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CD review – Gareth Owen

Another review for folking.com, this time of a country CD by my former neighbour in Ludlow Gareth Owen (not to mention his alter ego Virg Clenthills): GARETH OWEN – Rolling By (own label). David Harley

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‘Johnny Cash Forever Words’ CD review

Another of my reviews for folking.com: an amazing array of country(-ish) artists collaborating on an album of songs based on a collection of his writing edited by Paul Muldoon (Forever Words: The Unknown Poems). VARIOUS ARTISTS – Johnny Cash Forever … Continue reading

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Wheatsheaf, Shrewsbury High Street

I mentioned ages ago that the Thursday session at the Wheatsheaf in Shrewsbury (Acoustic Sloggers Facebook group), and the 1st/3rd Wednesday Wheatsheaf Open Mic , are back on track after a bit of a hiccup, but I forgot to update the regular events … Continue reading

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CD Review: Keith James ‘Captured’

Another of my reviews for folking.com: KEITH JAMES – Captured: The Best Of Keith James (Hurdy Gurdy HGA2927) A very fine selection of tracks from a distinguished career. David Harley

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Session at Sun in Clun (temporarily) moving

Note from Trevor Hedges: “The Sun in Clun has closed – booo! It’s temporary – not so bad then….. The fourth Thursday folk session, widely regarded as one of the best in this neck of the woods, has a new … Continue reading

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Meadow Folk Club ‘is no more’

Sadly, according to its Facebook page ‘the Meadow folk club is no more’. Hasn’t been since early 2017, but these things tend to pass me by now I don’t live in the area.

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