From: Petawebken_at_aol_dot_com
Sent: 16 February 2008 22:04
Dear Member,   
 Hope to see you at some of our events.
All the best,
Peta Webb & Ken Hall   
Friday 29th  February   Róisín White    
                                                                with The Rakes

One of the foremost song carriers of the Ulster tradition, Roisin has a wonderful rough velvet voice and a jaunty style all her own. We are delighted to welcome her back .

Róisín White has become one of the foremost song carriers of the Ulster tradition. Born in County Down, she acquired her interest listening to her mother sing around the house. She studied Irish Gaelic and absorbed traditional singing at one of the Aran Islands from a small community where singing was very common and natural. She has learned songs directly from countless source and revival singers, including Len Graham, Eddie Butcher, Paddy & Bridget Tunney, and Robert Cinnamond.
      Róisín has absorbed the traditional culture and made her own robust and jaunty singing style. Retired from teaching Irish for a living she now teaches singing at various singing weekends and week-long schools, and performs at festivals in several countries. She has recorded  "The First Of My Rambles" and will shortly be bringing out her second CD.     S
ays Brian Peters: "she sings with warm,earthy honesty and bags of rhythm and swagger."                             

Friday 14th March                            Brian Peters
An outstanding singer, guitarist, melodeon & anglo-concertina player of
energy and passion. Brian believes strongly in the power and relevance of
the old songs and ballads  but he’s no diehard and covers the works of
writers from Leon Rosselson to Lyle Lovett as well as contributing witty
and hard hitting songs of his own.
                                                            With the  Pigeon English Band
Friday 4th April                  Elizabeth Stewart with Alison McMorland
A unique opportunity to hear two of Scotland’s most renowned ballad singers.
Elizabeth Stewart learnt her art from her Traveller family, the Fetterangus
Stewarts, especially her aunt, Lucy Stewart. She also plays Scottish dance
music on the piano.
 Alison McMorland, producer of Elizabeth’s CD “Binnorrie, has long been
admired for her beautiful voice and her insight into the ballads.
 “..unites scrupulous traditional fidelity with versatile and creative artistry.
(Hamish Henderson)                                                 With The Rakes
Friday  9th  -  Sunday 11th May        KEITH SUMMERS FESTIVAL  
Details to follow. Priority booking for MTC Club members.

Musical Traditions Club at The King & Queen, 1 Foley Street, London W1W  6DL (at the junction of Foley Street and Cleveland Street). 8- 11pm. Nearest tube: Goodge Street /Warren Street/ Great Portland Street. Parking OK  after 6.30.       Admission  for Members £6, Concessions £3.50.         Non-Members £7, Concessions £4.
For further information,  contact : petawebken_at_aol_dot_com     or      0208 340 0530   

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Thursday 20th March        Peta Webb and Ken Hall with Simon Hindley

Peta Webb and Ken Hall branch out from the traditional Irish songs for which they’re renowned, to sing American country music and brother duets  including gems from The Stanley Brothers,  Doc Watson and Hank Williams.
Bluesman Simon Hindley supplies virtuoso guitar backing plus harmony vocals as well as contributing his own fine blues performances on guitar, voice and harmonica.

 Islington Folk Club at The Horseshoe
24 Clerkenwell Close, London EC1
Farringdon or Angel tube
For more information contact 020 8360 8610 or petawebken_at_aol_dot_com
                   JAZZ at The PLOUGH Inn
Wood Street, Walthamstow E17 3NU,    next to Wood Street Station,
Chingford Line from Liverpool Street via Walthamstow Central (tube interchange)
Sunday sessions    2-4pm   admission free
    24th February , 30th March  2008
             Swing along to The Andy Simons Syncopators      
   jazz standards and 30s hotcha      featuring the vocals of Peta Webb 
contact :
Andy Simons   020 8521 9157      jazzyandy_at_googlemail_dot_com
Peta Webb      020 8340 0530       petawebken_at_aol_dot_com   
Andy Simons (guitar)          Tony Engle (saxophones)
Ned Clack     (tuba)              Peta Webb (vocals)
Regular Irish sessions  continue at the Auld Triangle on Sunday evenings
 with Reg Hall on piano.

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