BOSTON FOLK CLUB 2007 PROGRAMME

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AUTUMN SEASON 2007

MON 10 SEP

RON TRUEMAN-BORDER

Made a great impression with the Boston audience his debut at the club in May 2006, Ron returns in 2007 with a new album 'Two Tears' featuring some of the songs he played that night.

Though a relative newcomer to folk music, Ron is rapidly gaining popularity as one of the folk scenes most prolific songwriters, with a reputation for writing finely crafted songs. At times his vocals and songs are reminscent of Springsteen's quieter work, also a bit like another talented singer songwriter, Pete Morton.

Not only is Ron a truly gifted writer he is also an extremely talented guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. Most of instrumental work on his albums is carried out by himself, although he often invites guest musicians to join him.


MON 8 OCT

BILL WHALEY & DAVE FLETCHER

Back by public demand! The county's favourite duo are rapidly being discovered by the rest of the country - its only a matter of time before they conquer the rest of the world, so come and see them before they move to Hollywood.


MON 12 NOV

WINTER WILSON

Popular local duo who are making a name on the wider folk / acoustic circuit make a welcome return to the club, for a full performance this time around. Dave's Wilson's songs whilst linked by their acoustic nature to the folk, is more akin to the singer-songwriter styles, with modern rather than traditional themes and highly charged lyrics that can bring a tear to the eye of the listener. Wonderful singing harmonies from Kip Winter add an extra dimension to Dave's evocative songs.


MON 17 DEC

COLVIN QUARMBY

Highly original group make the debut at the club, performing original songs with style.


First up in 2008! - The Ruffs

Locally based group who released their debut album in 2007


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SPRING SEASON 2007

MON 8 JAN

SINGERS NIGHT

All welcome to come along and join in or just sit and listen.


MON 29 JAN

JOHN OTWAY

Following his now legendary appearances at the Skegness Rock and Blues Festivals, John stops by in Boston on the way home for a performance in the more sedate surroundings of the Eagle in Boston, sedate that is until John takes the floor!

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John Otway Live at Boston Folk Club on YouTube

Cheryl - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFJHEp7mlZQ

House of The Rising Sun + odd hecker! - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AK7m4hlLPv4&NR=1


MON 12 FEB

THE STRINGFELLAS

Another departure from the norm, with Gypsy Jazz from this Lincolnshire based trio, featuring Graham (ex-Humdinger).


MON 12 MAR

PETE MORTON

Yet another in the seemingly endless line of great songwriters produced by the British folk music scene, Pete is also a terrific performer of traditional songs as well and his sets will doubtlessly consist of a mixture of both. An evening with Pete Morton is always worth going to.

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MON 26 MAR

TANGLEFOOT

The five piece Canadian band have won many fans following barnstorming performances at the club and more recently at other venues in Boston. Now the band who play a variety of acoustic instruments return to The Eagle, a great chance to see them performing in an intimate venue.


MON 16 APR

PETE COE

Multi-talented performer Pete Coe returns to The Eagle.


MON 14 MAY

TOM BLISS

Acclaimed songwriter Tom Bliss makes his debut at the club. Recently Tom has worked with Tom Napper, in the past he was once signed by pop maestro Pete Waterman (!) and fronted the 'mighty' Yorkshire folk-rockers Slide (uk).

Tom Bliss's new solo album 'Mixed Moss' (SLIP 009) was released early in 2006, the album includes 9 new Bliss compositions, 4 trad arrangements, and one song by Henry Clements. The production (by Alistair Russell at Glade Recordings) is about 50% Tom on his own, and 50% with guests Tom Napper, Maggie Boyle, Patsy Matheson, Bryony Griffith, Dave Bowie, Tony Taffinder and Chris Parkinson.

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MON 11 JUN

BRAM TAYLOR

Bram makes a welcome return to The Eagle. He has a large repertoire of songs, both traditional and contemporary, as well as some humorous material with a repertoire ranges from traditional, acapella to near pop. He is adept at selecting just the right songs to please his audiences, and an entertaining evening is guaranteed.

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