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7th RON TRUEMAN-BORDER
Talented singer-songwriter. Hailed as Kent's, nay Britain's most innovative songsmith!
"Now then"

Ron Trueman-Border
&
John Scott Cree

(FLAMS FCD 005)

Review their latest CD by Ernie Noad:

Review

Two songwriter/performers..........The well-crafted songs share folk themes......
occasional love song...........even ‘50s Pop formats..........Dylan or even Status Quo..........Acoustic instruments predominate..............Buy it.

New Album

"BREAKING HEARTS"

Review his latest CD by Steve Clarke:

Review

Released 18th September 2002

*Breaking Hearts*Hurting one another*Don't get up*Black-Eyed Sally*Tearing My England Down*Hyenas*Everybody's Looking For Love*Blue As Your Eyes*Anyway*If It Don't Kill Me*Luck Of The Irish*Old Man Of The Sea*Wrong Tree*Chained To The Rails*Good If She Tried*Wounded Knee*Sister Moonlight*Cat 'O' Nine Tails*Million Years*By My Side*

http://www.folking.com/rontruemanborder
 
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SINGERS AND MUSICIANS NIGHT
 
21st
DANGEROUS CURVES
ANNE RICKARD          JEN INGERSOLL          VIVA SMITH  

An intimate evening with three ladies in perfect harmony.
Very entertaining trio of high quality and good fun.
The men taking a back seat tonight. Save the front row for me!

http://www.dancurves.co.uk
 

28th
JOHN BREEZE

John Breeze - A hairy old folkie of the best sort, John is catholic in his repertoire and flexible in delivery - that's to say he knows enough songs to keep most people singing all night and he's an intelligent audience-reader. You'd have to be real sour not to enjoy one of his gigs. As seen and feted from St Albans to Padstow. Don't expect High Art - just come prepared to sing yer tonsils off.

- Stortfolk Music Club! -
 

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