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.

Yew Tree Irish session: change of venue

As noted on the Regular Events page, there is a change of venue for the last-Friday-of-the-month session formerly held at the Yew Tree in All Stretton. Note that there is no last Friday session at either venue in June 2018, … Continue reading

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Heart of Wales line 150th anniversary

From Siggy at Knucklas KNUCKLAS & KNIGHTON CELEBRATE THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OPENING OF THE HEART OF WALES LINE June 1 – 4 Saturday 2nd    a Special Folk Down the Track at the Castle Inn Knucklas. Come on the … Continue reading

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Dónal Clancy review

Review for of a very classy CD from Dónal Clancy:…/ David Harley

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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, 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 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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