What's on at tynefolk - Archives

Taking a look down memory lane...
Below you will see the guests we hosted during 2008.

Guest List for 2008

Mike Wilson & Damien Barber

Too late you missed them but they were great.

Tommy Gilfellon - tynefolk Interview

Tyneside singer of renown needs no introduction.


Female duo from Hull good harmonies and great self penned songs. Hazel Ritchings & Linda Kelly.

Jez Lowe & the Bad Pennies (plus support)

Special tynefolk Concert - tickets £7.00 [£5.00 con] available at tynefolk and at box office 0191 433 8420.

Hughie Jones

Ex Spinner great singer songwriter and guitarist.

Sara Grey & Kieran Means

Mother and son duo. Sara plays exceptional Banjo with Kieran on guitar - great singing too.

Graham Pirt - Miner's Union Show

Back to his roots with this wonderful show with PowerPoint images and North Eastern Mining Songs.

Paul & Liz Davenport

From Sheffield - good traditional song.

Peter Wood - tynefolk Interview

tynefolk stalwart long overdue interview and performance with great concertina accompaniment.

Terry Conway & Liz Law - tynefolk Interview

One of the North East's most important singer song writers accompanied by Liz on Appalachian Dulcimer.

George Welch & Stewart Hardy

Brilliant guitar and fiddle playing. An abundance of humour. Unique repertoire of song.

Club Swap

Home Match - Welly to tynefolk. Keep the side up - don't miss this one.

Graham & Sam Pirt

Two generations of traditional folk performers both highly recognised across folk music today.

Paul Gough & Robin Garside

Two fine musicians who just get better and better playing & singing folk music, no doubt some with a jazz and blues style, on a variety of instruments.

Northern Lights

Performance by renowned North Eastern Singer Songwriters:
Johnny Handle, Ed Pickford
Eddie Stewart & Terry Conway

A night of unforgettable north eastern song penned by this array of local artists.

Finest Kind - from Canada

Special event ticket only available from 1st September for non club members £7.00

Finest Kind is the remarkable folk trio from Ottawa, Canada whose exquisite harmony singing and brilliant vocal arrangements are bringing a fresh sense of excitement and discovery to the performance of old songs.
Their vocal arrangements are a creative tour de force.

Ian Robb, originally from London, England, is renowned as one of North America's most gifted performers of British folksong, a concertina player extraordinaire, charter member of Toronto's Friends of Fiddler's Green, and composer of folk standards such as "The Old Rose and Crown."

Ann Downey, who hails from the south-western U.S., plays guitar, banjo, and bass, and has performed in bands playing old-time and cowboy music, bluegrass, klezmer, jazz, and swing in North America and Europe.

Shelley Posen, a professional folklorist from Toronto, is a versatile singer and multi instrumentalist who has spent a lifetime researching, teaching, writing about, performing, and sometimes composing songs.

Gordeanna McCulloch & Chris Miles

Two members of the Scottish ladies group Palaver here as a duo singing mainly Scottish Traditional Song.

Martin Carthy

No idea who this is!!!!! But somebody said he was good!!!!!!

Club Swap

Away Match - tynefolk to Welly.

Christmas Party

Bring a plate.