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New album from Kate Rusby

This week new albums include Kate Rusby, Songs For The Voiceless, Dave & Phil Alvin and local acts Hattie Briggs and May Thrill.

35 minutes

Music Played

  • Kate Rusby

    We Will Sing

    • Pure.
  • Old Crow Medicine Show

    Carry Me Back To Virginia

    • ATO.
  • Songs For The Voiceless Featuring Katriona Gilmore

    The Trojan Tree

    • Haystack Records.
  • Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker

    It Would Not Be A Rose

    • Folkroom Records.
  • Dave & Phil Alvin

    Key To The Highway

    • YepRoc Records.
  • Hattie Briggs

    Old Eyes

    • Own Label.
  • Faustus

    Next Stop: Grimsby/The Three Rascals/Aunt Crisps

    • Navigator.
  • May Thrill

    I Gave My Love A Cherry

    • Own Label.
  • Nathan Carter

    Where I Wanna Be

    • Decca.

This Week's Gig Guide

Saturday 18th October

Karine Polwart - Wesley Memorial Church, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford
Red Molly (USA) -Colwall Village Hall, Malvern 8pm  01684 540366 
Stephen Kellogg(US s/s)  + Gregory Alan Isakov - on UK tour nearest date  Bristol Louisiana
Pete Joshua - Wychwood Folk Club at The Swan in Ascott-u-Wychwood nr Burford doors 7.30pm  tix 01993 831427
Polkaworks at Bath Ceilidh,  St Gregory's Catholic College, Combe Hay Lane

Sunday 19th October

Kate Rusby - Cheltenham Town Hall  7.30pm 
Moira Craig - songs from Scotland and beyond- Dursley Acoustic Music Night at 13 Five Acres, 
Singers Night - Forest FC at Miner's Arms, Whitecroft nr Lydney 8pm
Sean Taylor - Chapel Arts Bath
Raga Mama Rag - The Bell, Walcot St in Bath

Monday 20th October

Faustus - (Saul Rose, Benji Kirkpatrick, Paul Sartin)- Cheltenham Town hall
Tim Eriksen - The Grain Barge, Hotwells in Bristol
The Shee - Nettlebed Village Hall, Oxon

Tuesday 21st October

Folk at Frampton on S V Hall - every Tuesday

Wednesday 22nd October

The Square Folk Dance Club, Witcombe Village Hall GL3 4TB.  Musical Folk, with Martin Hewitt 8pm Visitors £3 
Martha Tilston - Colston Hall 2 Bristol
Jake Morley -  Exchange Bristol (supporting Annie Eve)

Thursday 23rd October

Johnny Coppin - Edge of Day- A Laurie Lee Centenary tribute, with David Goodland, Paul Burgess, and Images by Martin Fry.  The Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham 7.45pm Box Office 01242  258002
Minchinhampton Folk Club - Café Lounge, Baptist Chapel, Tetbury Street
Martin Simpson - Chapel Arts in Bath
The Sadies (Canada) + The Howlin' Brothers - The Tunnels, Temple Meads Bristol

Friday 24th October

Open Night- Cheltenham Folk Club at The Beaufort Arms, London Rd
Seth Lakeman  + support the Welsh duo Zervas & Pepper - Bristol Colston Hall
Urban Folk Quartet - Worcester Huntingdon Hall
Blackbeard's Tea Party - Cornerstone Arts in Didcot 
John Connolly - Swindon FSC Ashford Rd Social Club 8.15pm

Saturday 25th October 

Cocos Lovers + Hot Feet + The Magic Lantern - The Goods Shed in Stroud
Blackheart - avant garde ethereal folk- Under the Edge Arts, Chipping Hall in Wotton u Edge online booking at
Greg Davies Band - folk/blues/s/s - The Convent, Woodchester nr Nailsworth
Glos. trio May Thrill - Kempley Village Hall 7.30pm 
North Forest Ceilidhs begin again after a summer break.  Forest Brown Band. Caller : Richard Hannah- Huntley Village Hall. 8pm £6 on the door. Bring own drinks.
French Dancing at Horsley V Hall - with Dave Shepherd and Company plus Chris and Caroline Shaw 7-11pm
Sam Green and The Midnight Heist - s/s + band - The Prince Albert, Rodborough, Stroud
Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers - soulful Americana music - The Tunnels, Temple Meads Bristol

Sunday 26th October

Stroud Blues Festival - at Stroud Sub Rooms from 2 pm 01453 760900 With Mud Morganfield (son on Muddy Waters), Billy Walton Band, Stray, Backbone Blkues Band, and The Spellkasters
De Temps Antan - Fr-Can trio (from La Bottine Souriante) - Prema Arts Centre in Uley 01453 860703
Dave and Phil Alvin + their band The Guilty Ones - mix of blues, rock and country -new album a tribute to Big Bill Broonzy- The Tunnels, Temple Meads Bristol
The Lindisfarne Story - with Billy Mitchell and Ray Laidlaw- Savoy Theatre, Monmouth