What's on at tynefolk - Archives

Taking a look down memory lane...
Below you will see the guests we hosted during 2010.

Guest List for 2010

The Wilson Family

Great friends of tynefolk the Wilson Family start off the year for us. Come and enjoy their well known 'Big Sound' approach to Folk Song.

Benny Graham

One of the North East's long serving singers. Benny Is well known as a Great Singer, with a wonderful Voice and a wealth of great Songs.

Tom Lewis

A singer and write of nautical song. Come and enjoy a night of big chorus's with this genuine sub-mariner. Tom now lives in Canada is no stranger to tynefolk.

Kevin and Ellen Mitchell

'What do I mean by "grand singers"? I mean people who have the vocal and interpretative flair to carry off 'big' songs, of many verses, with complex word schemes and dramatic stories, songs that demand attention of the listener.

Both Mitchell's have these qualities, Kevin with his high, rich, voice, forthright delivery and command of decoration, Ellen with her direct attack, though gentler tone, bearing a just a hint of Lizzie Higgins.'
Roy Harris

Rosie Stewart

A native of Co. Fermanagh, Rosie Stewart has been acclaimed as one of the best traditional singers of her generation. Rosie's interpretation of the song and the quality of her voice ensures that once heard she will not be forgotten.

Jez Lowe

English folk singer-songwriter. Lowe was born and raised in County Durham, in a coal mining family with Irish roots. He is known primarily for his compositions dealing with daily life in North-East England, particularly in his hometown of Easington Colliery.

He performs both as a solo artist and with his backing band, The Bad Pennies. In addition to singing his songs, Lowe accompanies himself and The Bad Pennies on guitar, harmonica, cittern, and piano.

John Kirkpatrick

John is one of the most prolific figures on the English folk scene, performing solo, in duos, acoustic groups and electric bands, and has established an enviable reputation as an instrumental virtuoso and session musician, as well as a leading interpreter of English folk music.

He has been a member of the Albion Country Band, Magic Lantern, The Richard Thompson Band, Umps and Dumps, Steeleye Span, Brass Monkey, Trans-Europe Diatonique, and Band of Hope, as well as numerous ceilidh bands.

John Connolly

A great songwriter who's been a stalwart of our music for a lot longer than I care to remember. A return visit to tynefolk for this writer of such classics as Fiddlers Green and Punch and Judy man.

Club Swap

Home Match - Welly to tynefolk.

Jim Mageean

Although he is best known for sea shanties and maritime material, he can easily by overlooked in club organisers minds for the other great and varied songs he performs (not just sings) but 'Performs'! covering traditional song, more recent contemporary version, a wealth of 'Geordie' dialect song and wonderful music hall and blues material.

Music Hall Night

With your Chairman Peter Wood and Johnny Handle, Mary Hollins (the Liverpool Linnet) and Dave Webber.

Sjock

SJOCK is a group of four enthusiastic musicians from Friesland in the Netherlands. Playing mainly traditional music. The sound of the two female and two male voices makes Sjock very special. Besides the harmony singing the group also plays instruments like fiddles, viola, cello, guitar, bodhran and whistles.

The arrangements of the songs and instrumentals make SJOCK unique.

Don't miss it!

Club Swap

Away Match - tynefolk to Welly

Christmas Party