The ‘Coming Up‘ page is still there, but not being updated for the present. Interesting events will be flagged in one-off articles like this, if time allows.
“As I haven’t found time to update this for several months, I’m calling time on it, at least for the present. In times of stress (which is most of the time), I wasn’t very good at keeping this page updated, especially after I left the area.
Look for regular events on the Regular Events page. Unsurprisingly…I’m a little bit better at posting one-off things on the Sabrinaflu Facebook page.”
An event that seems to take place on the third Friday on alternate months in Kidderminster is the Birch & Stock. St. Peter’s Community Hall, Meredith Green, Kidderminster DY11 7EW. 8-10pm, PA, food but BYOD. Ring 01562 741569 to book a floor spot or for further info. Confirmed dates at time of writing for 2018: 16th February, 20th April, 22nd June, 17th August, 19th October and 14th December. See also New Folk Club for Worcestershire! on Keith Jones’s blog.
HT to FreddyHeadey.
I don’t usually do concert reviews – in fact, I think the last time was in the early 70s – but I liked her latest CD so much – see SARAH McQUAID – If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous (Shovel And A Spade Records SAASCD001) – that I went (at my own expense!) to the launch concert at the Acorn in Penzance, and then reviewed that as well…
Sarah McQuaid CD launch tour – 25th January 2018
You won’t be surprised to learn that I liked it very much. With one exception, Sarah’s current tour (Tewkesbury on January 30th – sorry for the short notice!) doesn’t come very close to the Sabrinaflu area, but I’d encourage you to check out her CD(s) and tour schedule anyway. 🙂
Another review for Folking.com. Miller has been compared to Guy Clark, Gene Clark, Townes Van Zandt et al, though that might be overstating it a bit.
TRENT MILLER – Time Between Us (Bucketfull Of Brains BOB801)
Another review for Folking.com. A fascinating blend of early music and folk:
…is now up at Folking.com.
As I may have mentioned before, I like it a lot. 🙂
I gather from Fergus Reid that the current landlord at the Wheatsheaf is happy for the open mic to continue. I’m not sure if there’ll be one this Wednesday (17th January) though.