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  posted on 6/3/2009 at 04:29 AM
Just listened to the show, and said gig scheduled in Bristol 18th July. Just been on the phone to the "Bristol Ticket Shop" and they know nothing about any DTB gig in Bristol. They sell tix for every Bristol gig. It was also not listed in the advert for the other 3 gigs in either Uncut or Mojo. Looks as if it may have fallen through, which is a pity, as Brizzle has a reasonable blues scene. (Matt Schofield @ The Thunderbolt, 23/6 £8.75 - bargain!)

Updated to add - Just checked his website which shows he's in Germany on 18th at a festival. A Bristol gig was just too good to be true this time round!

[Edited on 3/6/2009 by JimRudge]

 

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  posted on 6/4/2009 at 02:54 PM
The Wilders are a fantastic roots music group. They are an old school honky tonk- bluegrass party waiting to happen, with a heck of a slide dobro player to boot and with Betse being a fiery and innovative fiddler to boot. I've never seen them not get a standing ovation. Pure fun and an excellent group to see..


The Wilders tour dates include;
Fri Jun 26: The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre, Naul, Co. Dublin, Ireland. www.seamusenniscentre.com
Sat Jun 27: Cork Midsummer Festival www.corkmidsummer.com
Wed Jul 1: Wexford Arts Centre www.wexfordartscentre.ie
Thu Jul 2: The Glens Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim www.theglenscentre.com
Fri Jul 3: The Black Box, Belfast www.blackboxbelfast.com
Sat Jul 4: Earagail Arts Festival, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal www.eaf.ie
Sun Jul 5: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland www.harbourarts.org.uk
Tue Jul 7: Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, Fife www.attfife.org.uk
Wed Jul 8: The Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, St. Andrews, Fife www.byretheatre.com
Thu Jul 9: Eastgate Theatre, Peebles www.eastgatearts.com
Fri Jul 10: Howden Park Centre, Livingston www.livingstonalive.co.uk/howdenpc.shtml
Sat Jul 11: The Tolbooth, Stirling www.stirling.gov.uk/tolbooth
Sun Jul 12: The Bongo Club, 37 Holyrood Road, Edinburgh www.thebongoclub.co.uk
Tue Jul 14: The Classic Grand, Glasgow (0141 204 5151)
Wed Jul 15: Universal Hall @ Eight Acres Hotel, Elgin http://findhorn.org/uhall/
Thu Jul 16: Hebridean Celtic Festival, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis www.hebceltfest.com/festival/
Fri Jul 17: Jumpin Hot Club, The Cluny, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England www.jumpinhot.com
Sat Jul 18: Larmer Tree Festival www.larmertreefestival.co.uk
Sun Jul 19 (late morning): Larmer Tree Festival
Sun Jul 19 (evening): Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea, Wales www.taliesinartscentre.co.uk
Mon Jul 20: Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk
Tue Jul 21: Borough Theatre, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire www.boroughtheatreabergavenny.co.uk
Check out their great website at www.wilderscountry.com and take a look at them in action on www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbm42rO8Yr8

 

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  posted on 6/5/2009 at 03:53 AM
Anyone who didn't take up Barry's recomendation to go see Band of Heathens missed a treat. Absolute gem of a gig at St Bonaventures in Bristol last night.

 

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  posted on 6/5/2009 at 06:29 AM
if any of you are in Kingston upon thames on Saturday, get yourselves along to the Grey Horse pub . Slidejules who posts on here and is a big ABB and JP fan is playing with his band Northsyde.
Check them out

http://www.grey-horse.co.uk/gh/gh_eventinfo.php?eventid=3114

 

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  posted on 6/7/2009 at 08:24 AM
Hey Al! Great to see you and H2he last night - thanks for the plug :-) What a fun evening!

 

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  posted on 6/7/2009 at 09:47 AM
Hey Jules,
Really enjoyed hearing the new CD live.
You'll probably kill me for saying this but the riff on "She Never Could" reminds me of Back in Black by AC/DC

 

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  posted on 6/7/2009 at 09:50 AM
Oh by the way Jules.. I didnt get any photos last night. I refuse to use a flash!
Would be good to get some photos of you guys in the studio

 

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  posted on 6/7/2009 at 03:33 PM
Having belatedly viewed the videos on Jules' myspace page, I wish I'd gone!

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  posted on 6/7/2009 at 04:21 PM
the guitar on JP's I'm not Crying is excellent

 

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  posted on 6/9/2009 at 09:26 AM
http://www.mattschofield.com/gigs.php


MATT SCHOFIELD

Gigs
Details of upcoming shows


July 30 London, UK The 100 Club [more info]
Matt will be the special guest of Susan Tedeschi

 

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  posted on 6/9/2009 at 04:24 PM
Ealing Blues Festival - anyone going?

http://www.ealing.gov.uk/services/leisure/ealing_summer/blues.html


 

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  posted on 6/9/2009 at 04:58 PM
Yeah I'll be there..only live about 100yrds away!
My neighbour is the organiser too. Got some nice photos there last year.

 

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  posted on 6/10/2009 at 09:09 AM
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Anyone who didn't take up Barry's recomendation to go see Band of Heathens missed a treat. Absolute gem of a gig at St Bonaventures in Bristol last night.


Yeah they were bang on the money at the Borderline too. Really enjoyed it. It was only pleasantly full but after word gets out I reckon their next visit will have a larger audience.

Bumped into a couple of old friends and decided that Dan Baird (ex Georgia Satellites) on 26th July will be the next visit to the Borderline.

Also Hank III is playing at the Garage in London 12th September.

 

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  posted on 6/11/2009 at 07:17 AM
Matt Schofield is also playing a new London venue, the Charlotte Street Blues Club, on Sat 18th July.

Simon McBride is playing there on 7th Aug as well.

The venue looks promising, only 300 capacity though.

 

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  posted on 6/16/2009 at 08:15 AM
Off to see Jason Isbell (Ex Drive-By Truckers) tonight at the Luminaire in Kilburn. Anyone else going?
 

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  posted on 6/17/2009 at 04:56 PM
I was there. Good show, though he was a lot better with the full band last year I thought.
 

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  posted on 6/17/2009 at 05:15 PM
Thoroughly enjoyed Jason Isbell's gig tonight in Bristol. Great contrast to last years with The 400 Unit and don't think I could say one was better than the other - just different.

Band of Heathens are back in UK in September, 25th in Bristol, don't have any other details at moment, but may join the London punters if there's a big smoke gig after 27th September cause that's when I'll get back from holiday, so will miss the Bristol show.

I'll be having withdrawal symptoms - no gigs now till Pearl Jam at O2 on 18 Aug!

 

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  posted on 6/17/2009 at 05:33 PM
Me and H2He have our tickets for the Schofield gig at Charlotte Street blues on the 18th.

 

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Checkout Sky channel - 279 for ‘Rural TV’ (known in the USA as 'RFD-TV) - broadcasting for 24 hours a day, is an American station with a mixture of programmes on farming, cowboy culture, tractor racing and - here’s the interesting bit - Country Music. ‘Bluegrass & Backwoods’ is a daily show about Kentucky- horses, making dulcimers and Bluegrass music. ‘Country Gathering Reunion’ features around 20 old Country singers sitting around talking about the 'Good Old Days Of Country' whilst ‘Gospel Gathering’ is pure Gospel Bluegrass with many excellent groups. Porter Wagoner & Wilburn Bros TV shows from the 1960's and early 70's are repeated throughout the week. ‘Pop Goes Country’ features Ralph Emery and an array of 1970s country. There’s also the Marty Stuart Show with Earl Scruggs, Rhonda Vincent, Leroy Troy and Nashville Mafia Jug Band with Eddie Stubbs as MC. In the United Kingdom, this global network is being distributed to over eight million homes via Sky 279 and a further million on Freesat 403 adding an additional one million homes in the UK. The UK office of Rural TV is 1 Stephens Street, London W1T 1AL (Tel: 020 7131 6695)





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The Wilders tour dates include;
Fri Jun 26: The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre, Naul, Co. Dublin, Ireland. www.seamusenniscentre.com
Sat Jun 27: Cork Midsummer Festival www.corkmidsummer.com
Wed Jul 1: Wexford Arts Centre www.wexfordartscentre.ie
Thu Jul 2: The Glens Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim www.theglenscentre.com
Fri Jul 3: The Black Box, Belfast www.blackboxbelfast.com
Sat Jul 4: Earagail Arts Festival, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal www.eaf.ie
Sun Jul 5: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland www.harbourarts.org.uk
Tue Jul 7: Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, Fife www.attfife.org.uk
Wed Jul 8: The Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, St. Andrews, Fife www.byretheatre.com
Thu Jul 9: Eastgate Theatre, Peebles www.eastgatearts.com
Fri Jul 10: Howden Park Centre, Livingston www.livingstonalive.co.uk/howdenpc.shtml
Sat Jul 11: The Tolbooth, Stirling www.stirling.gov.uk/tolbooth
Sun Jul 12: The Bongo Club, 37 Holyrood Road, Edinburgh www.thebongoclub.co.uk
Tue Jul 14: The Classic Grand, Glasgow (0141 204 5151)
Wed Jul 15: Universal Hall @ Eight Acres Hotel, Elgin http://findhorn.org/uhall/
Thu Jul 16: Hebridean Celtic Festival, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis www.hebceltfest.com/festival/
Fri Jul 17: Jumpin Hot Club, The Cluny, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England www.jumpinhot.com
Sat Jul 18: Larmer Tree Festival www.larmertreefestival.co.uk
Sun Jul 19 (late morning): Larmer Tree Festival
Sun Jul 19 (evening): Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea, Wales www.taliesinartscentre.co.uk
Mon Jul 20: Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk
Tue Jul 21: Borough Theatre, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire www.boroughtheatreabergavenny.co.uk
Check out their great website at www.wilderscountry.com and take a look at them in action on www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbm42rO8Yr8

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Weds 29 July: Bristol, St. Bonaventure's Club
Fri 31: Belfast, Festival
Sat 1 August: Cambridge, The Co-Operative Cambridge Folk Festival
Sun 2: Cambridge, The Co-Operative Cambridge Folk Festival

The delightful Rachel Harrington will be performing, with Zak Borden on the following dates in June & July;

Sat 20: Cambridge Acoustic Routes

Sun 21: Middlewich, Cheshire Middlewich Folk Festival

Mon 22: Wolverhampton, The Robin 2, Bilston

Tues 23: Trecynon, Aberdare Coliseum Theatre Gallery

Wed 24: Biddulph, Biddulph Arms TBC/TBC

Fri 26: Southport, Arts Centre TBC

Sat 27: Bath, The American Museum

Sun 28: Leigh on Sea, Leigh Folk Festival

July;

Sat 4: Easton Farm Park, Maverick Festival

If you fancy a little ‘rock’ with your bluegrass - checkout the fabulous USA band - Hayseed Dixie!!! www.hayseed-dixie.com Dates include;

July

Fri 17: Madstock, London

Sat 18: Waterfront, Norwich

Sun 19: The Brook, Southampton

Mon 20: The Phoenix, Exeter

Tue 21: The Hippo, Plymouth

Wed 22: The Assembly, Leamington

Thu 23: The Globe, Cardiff

Fri 24: Camp Bestival, Dorset

August

Sun 2: Concert Hall, Perth

The Hot Seats (formerly Special Ed & The Shortbus) return to the UK soon….

August

Fri 21: Campbelltown, Mull of Kintyre Festival

Sat 22: Stirling, The Tolbooth Americana Festival

Sun 23 to Sat 29: Edinburgh, Acoustic Music Centre @ The Fringe

Sun 30: Birnam, Arts Institute

September

Wed 2: Leicester, The Musician

Thurs 3: Banham, The Barrel

Fri 4: South Molton, The George Hotel

Sat 5: Leytonstone, What’s Cookin’ @ The Sheep Walk

Sun 6: Brighton, The Westhill Hall

Tues 8: Cardigan, Theatre Mwldan

Wed 9: Aberystwyth, Arts Centre

Thurs 10: Bristol, St Bonaventure’s, Bristol

Fri 11: Pontypridd, Wales (Geoff)!

Sat 12: St Andrews, Byre Theatre

Sun 13: Glasgow (venue tbc)

Thurs 17: Kirkcaldy, Acoustic Music Club

Fri 18: Bathgate, Regal Theatre

Sat 19: Gartmore, Village Hall

Sun 20: Garly, Tin Hut Sessions

Wed 23: Peebles, Eastgate Theatre

Thur 24: Manorhamilton, Glens Centre

Fri 25: Wexford (venue tbc)

Sat 26: Belfast, Open House

Sun 27: Irvine, Harbour Arts Centre

Wed 30: Dunfermline, Carnegie Hall

October

Thur 1: Newcastle, Jumpin Hot Club @ The Cluny

Fri 2: Hawick, Heart of Hawick auditorium

Sat 3: Inverness, Eden Court Theatre

Sun 4: Dundee, Fest & Furious

It’s hard to ‘pidgeonhole’ their eclectic musical style - but as they include bluegrass, I popped their gig list into this section; - Hot Club of Cowtown - are virtuoso hot trio who reformed in 2008 after a three-year hiatus - and mix all kinds of great roots musical traditions from Texas swing to bluegrass, folk and jazz….catch their infectious musical mood on one of the following dates;

July

Thu 16: The Komedia, Bath

Fri 17: The Stables, Milton Keynes

Sat 18: The Luminaire, London

Sun 19: Larmer Tree Festival, Salisbury

Thur 23: The Academy 3, Manchester

Fri 24: The Picturedrome, Holmfirth

Sat 25: Summertyne Americana, Gateshead

Sun 26: Truck Festival, Steventon

Tue 28: Fisher Theatre, Bungay

Thur 30: Muni Arts Centre, Pontypridd

Fri 31: The Maze, Nottingham

August

Sat 1: Cambridge Folk Festival,

Tue 4: Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh

Wed 5: Centre Stage Theatre, Bournemouth

Thur 6: Plough Arts Centre, Devon

Fri 7: Broadstairs Folk Festival, Broadstairs

If you might be interested in having the top class American, acoustic duet - Jeff & Vida - play their excellent blends of American roots music at your venue - the please read the following email from Bob Butler & Claire Stein of Grapevine Music - who say; “Just a quick note to let you know that we're bringing the very brilliant Jeff & Vida over from Nashville in September for their first tour here for 3 years. They'll be touring with another of our duos The Carrivick Sisters - who I know you know! The tour is now virtually complete but there are 3 dates left to fill and these guys just want to play every night. If anyone out there would like them to play on either 14th/15th September (in the Midlands or the North) or on the 21st in the South……..” Please contact Bob or Claire - as soon as possible - if you would like the opportunity to have these fine artistes perform at your venue/event….tel: +44 (0)1404 813004 - 24 hours. Mobile: +44 (0)7713 161669 or e-mail the at info@grapevinemusicagency.co.uk www.grapevinemusicagency.co.uk. Roger Padfield says “Please note that Jeff and Vida will be appearing in The Prom, Gloucester Road, Bristol on 14th September. I've been given this information by Martin Moss who arranges bookings at The Prom”

Conwy presents the 21st International Bluegrass Music and Dance Festival on the 2nd to the 5th July Your Hosts; Highly Strung, present artists for the 2009 Festival including: Carter Brothers Band, Bononia Grass, The New Rope String Band, Brian Golbey, Britannia Band, Chill Until Blue, Chris Moreton, The Crocker Brothers, The Down County Boys, The Morris Boys, New Essex Bluegrass, Shake the Roots, Tin Box Mountain Band, Tom Hanway, and first time visitors; The Off Chords and Uncle Dave, - plus many other friends! For more information - please contact Gill & John Les (Highly Strung - the band…not their personalities) - on 01492 515921 - or 01492 580454 - or visit www.northwalesnluegrass.co.uk

Moss Drew kindly emailed updates re; The 6th Annual Cornish Bluegrass Festival - taking place 18th – 20th September 2009. He says “We are delighted to be holding our Bluegrass Festival at the multi-award winning Hendra Holiday Park, Newquay, Cornwall, once again this year. With fantastic amenities to suit the whole family, Hendra offers the ideal setting for a Bluegrass Festival. We will again be using Hendra’s fantastic 500 Seater Cabaret Room and by adding an 80 x 30 foot&#12288;heated performance marquee,&#12288;we hope to ensure that everyone will get the chance to see their favorite&#12288;bands. Added to this we will again have a late night bar for those who want to play into the early hours. Among the bands already booked are: The Foggy Hogtown Boys, one of Canada’s top Bluegrass bands; from America and Canada Corinne West & Doug Cox; from Spain Lluis Gomez & the Joan Pau Cumellas Band and from Germany L.bow Grease. Top UK bands include the Buffalo Gals, Doghouse Central, Down Trodden String Band, Home Territory, Monroe’s Revenge, New Essex Bluegrass Band, Thunderbridge Bluegrass Boys, Uncle Dave and Wood, Wire and Words. As is our custom, we will be holding a wide variety of instrument, dance and singing workshops, plus there&#12288;will be Appalachian and Flat-footing Dancing exhibitions and workshops with Kickin’ Chicken and ‘Apple Pie’, throughout the weekend. We will be continuing our ‘tradition’ of holding the amazing Gospel session on Sunday morning. This year the session will be led by the New Essex Bluegrass Band. Following on from the Gospel session will be a ‘Slow band Jam’ run by ‘Garry Payne and friends’. The ‘Pig Roast’ will be there to help the morning along. Being mindful of the current economical situation, cost of fuel and the distance some people travel to be with us, we have decided to keep the ticket prices at £35.00 for a full weekend adult ticket, with FREE ENTRY to children under 16 (accompanied with a ticket buying adult) and free entry on Sunday. We think you will agree that £35.00 for a Bluegrass weekend in beautiful Cornwall is worth every penny and extremely&#12288;competitive with other festivals in the country (who else has fabulous showers and toilets with their pitch and an indoor heated wave pool?!). For those of you who&#12288;have yet to&#12288;visit us,&#12288;check out our website gallery to see the bands in full flow, and for those of you who come mainly for the jamming and picking sessions you won’t be disappointed, especially if the last five years have been anything to go by. All in all, with your continued support it promises to be another fantastic weekend in Cornwall. We hope that you can make it and look forward to meeting&#12288;you. To cap it all off,&#12288;all we&#12288;need is some of that beautiful weather again! For more information visit our website www.cornishbluegrass.co.uk, or phone Nigel and Carolyn 01209 710060 E-mail carolynandnigel@hotmail.co.uk”

Corinne West’s extensive UK tour runs from August 27th through September 26th - and covers most of the UK including the Isle of Wight and the Cornish Bluegrass Festival. Full details can be found on her website; www.corinnewest.com

Adastra represents over 60 artists in the fields of - Traditional English, Celtic, Contemporary, Blues; World, European, Americana, Gospel, Dance, Concert artists, artists experienced at running Workshops… and many combinations of these. For details on Adastra’s artists - check out their NEW website....www.adastra-music.co.uk

The Mounthoolies are hosting their ‘10th Anniversary Concert’ on Saturday 18 July at the Portland Arms, 129 Chesterton Road, Cambridge. Time: 8pm - admission £4.…in aid of Cancer Research. Support act will be Tom Colborn. In total, the Mounthoolies are playing two special charity gigs in London and Cambridge to mark their first ten years of fun and games. The band&#12288;plays a lively range of knockabout, good-time Americana, including western swing classics, gems from the 1920s, and ancient and modern songs from the folk, country and bluegrass honeypot. Highlights of their decade together, which began in the pubs of Greenwich, include a couple of appearances at Didmarton Bluegrass Festival, where they claim the dubious honour of being the first group to sneak a trumpet into their set at that august ‘strings only’ event. For a couple of years they ran The Grand Old Ropey, an Americana club at London’s Cecil Sharp House. Their album, Down from Mounthooley, was released in 2003. Speaking of the reunion, fiddler Richard Partridge says: “The band has played several times in the Cambridge area during last couple of years, and it’s great to be back at the Portland Arms. We haven’t been very active recently as we now live quite far apart from each other, but when we get together the spark always lights up again and it feels so good to be back.”&#12288;Current band members are Tony Black (guitar, mandolin), Chris Joynes (mandolin,&#12288;guitar), Matt Lloyd (double bass), Richard Partridge (fiddle) and Mike Rasmussen (harmonica). “Each band member is also involved with other projects,” says Richard. “Tony and Chris both have flourishing solo careers; Matt also plays with the Southern Tenants Folk Union; I’m in bluegrass band Monroe’s Revenge and the Kitty Hawks; and Mike is a hot, hot blues harmonica star! But it’s great to be a Mounthooley again. More information at&#12288;www.myspace.com/themounthoolies




 

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  posted on 6/24/2009 at 05:50 PM
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The Johnny Keenan Banjo Festival is proud to announce the lineup for the 2009 festival, due to take place 24-27 September in Longford, Ireland: Tickets and weekend passes available at www.ticketmaster.ie Further information at www.johnnykeenan.com
STEVE EARLE, RAMBLIN' JACK ELLIOTT, BLUE HIGHWAY, LEROY TROY, LUNASA, GERRY O'CONNOR, CARTER BROTHERS, ENDA SCAHILL, LEON HUNT, NIALL TONER BAND, ROUGH DEAL STRING BAND,..and many more t/b/c


Tues 30th June - The Carter Brothers - billed as ‘The best of American Country, Bluegrass and Appalachian music on fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin and dobro from Tennessee, U.S.A.’ will play St. Johns Theatre & Arts Centre, The Square, Listowel, Co. Kerry. Booking Tel: 068-22566

Sincere thanks to Tony O’Brien and the kind people of the Athy Bluegrass Music Association - who emailed to say “Our festival is on W/end 9th-12th July with The Bluegrass Patriots (Colorado) and 4Wheel Drive (Holland) as headline bands. Full details on www.athy-bluegrass.com

28th - 30th of August - Dunmore East Bluegrass Festival, Dunmore East, Co Waterford, Ireland. Contact Mick Daly for details- 00 353 51 878832 or 00 353 87 2562899


The Rough Deal String Band will be appearing at the 3rd Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival, Co. Mayo - 26th to 28th June.

Regular old-time music entertainment provided by Bill Whelan and friends can be heard at The Cobblestone, Smithfield Square, Dublin every Saturday from 4:30 to 7:00. Also, the 2RN Stringband perform on Wednesday nights at 9:30, in J. McNeills Bar, Capel Street, Dublin 1.
Bill can be contacted at banjabill@hotmail.com

Bluegrass…..Scotland

The Scottish Bluegrass Association holds it’s annual Guildtown Bluegrass Festival - Fri 31st July to 2nd August, featuringThe Midnight Ramblers (USA) and The Georgia Flatpickers (USA), plus others. Full weekend pass £35 in advance including camping and all events - £5 discount for SBA members. Advance Booking enquiries 01968 670 038 or 07968124582. For more details please visit the SBA website www.scottishbluegrass.com

Sincere thanks to John Sheldon - of the excellent Scottish Bluegrass Association - who sent the news of The Midnight Ramblers Bluegrass Band - whose UK Tour starts Friday 25th July. Dates are available from then up until 30th July - please contact John via secretary@scottishbluegrass.com

John is also helping Wayne Taylor & Appaloosa Bluegrass Band - their UK tour starts Thursday 24th September - with dates available. www.waynetaylorandappaloosa.com …..again, please contact John via secretary@scottishbluegrass.com

Find ‘Bluegrass On The Lawn’ at McKenzie House, Strathpeffer, Scotland on August 1st. Featuring The Moonshiners and Martin Stephenson, the event is part of the Tartan Heart Festival Fringe - that leads up to the Belladrum Festival www.myspace.com/tartanheartfringe

Bluegrass Academy: Learn how to play and perform bluegrass music at the

Glanmavis Tavern, Bathgate – all welcome to attend, every second Wednesday at 7.30pm.




 

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  posted on 6/25/2009 at 12:43 PM
Thinking about the Susan show in London on 30 July (and the Cambridge Folk Festival for anyone who is going): Derek will have just wound up the dTb European tour so the chances of him showing up must be high, no?

And what price Matt Schofield joining them both for a jam (Woman Across the River?!!)?

This could be a belter!




 

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  posted on 6/25/2009 at 02:57 PM
I've been thinking the same thing

 

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  posted on 6/25/2009 at 03:34 PM
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Thinking about the Susan show in London on 30 July, Derek will have just wound up the dTb European tour so the chances of him showing up must be high, no?



and Colin's mate Clapton!

 

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Thinking about the Susan show in London on 30 July, Derek will have just wound up the dTb European tour so the chances of him showing up must be high, no?



and Colin's mate Clapton!


He seems to follow me everywhere these days ...

 

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  posted on 6/25/2009 at 06:04 PM
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Thinking about the Susan show in London on 30 July, Derek will have just wound up the dTb European tour so the chances of him showing up must be high, no?



and Colin's mate Clapton!


He seems to follow me everywhere these days ...


Actually ... I wouldn't be surprised if Butch wasn't checking up on his Chateau and dropped in for another "Anyday" encore ...

Whatever ... looking forward to meeting up with all you cool dudes again ...

 

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