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The Hometowners plus special guest Stanley Accrington
- 8.30pm Friday 20th March
at The Royal George Greenfield (Cancelled**)
** Now being rescheduled for a later date.
Please keep hold of your tickets and you will be advertised a new date when
it is safe to do so.
Any problems ring Mick Collins on 01457 87 452.
BBC Radio 2 Folk awards 2019
The Horizon Award for best emerging act : Brìghde Chaimbeul
Musician of the Year: Seckou Keita
Best Original Track: Burn But I Am Not Consumed, written by Karine Polwart
and Steven Polwart
Best Duo or Group : Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita
Best Traditional Track : The Foggy Dew by Ye Vagabonds
Lifetime Achievement Awards were given to: Wizz Jones and Dervish
Best Album: Hide and Hair by The Trials of Cato
Folk Singer of the Year: Ríoghnach Connolly Radio 2 Folk Awards Hall of Fame:
A documentary portrait of the late Dave Swarbrick conceived
and written by his long-time friend and collaborator
Lars Kjaedegaard, a Danish novelist and musician who has backed Swarbrick
on many tours of Denmark in the last thirty years.
An intimate portrait, on the road and events from his 50 year long career.
It includes an hour long concert recorded in Denmark. Total time 1.36 hours.
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