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7th

RON TRUEMAN-BORDER

To officially open the club. Popular singer/musician/songwriter
and supporter of the OFC.
Ron Trueman-Border  @ Orpington Folk Club "The Anglesea Arms" 2004

RTB's Latest CD:
       Appropriately Wrecked
will be available tonight. Don't forget to ask for your copy.
'Appropriately Wrecked'  Ron Trueman-Border CD
http://www.rontruemanborder.co.uk/

Ron Trueman-Border's unofficial website GO HERE

Track list:
 

01. Down the Road and Gone
02. Let it Rain
03. Pretty Blue Shoes
04. Thinner
05. Drug
06. Down in the Gutter
07. To Love a Woman
08. Kenilworth Street
09. Hold On
10. Miracle
11. Oxford Blues
12. Angel
13. Blue Eyes
14. Must be Love
15. Seriously Suicidal
16. Hope

14th SINGERS & MUSICIANS NIGHTS

21st

DEREK BRIMSTONE

Loveable cockney with a wealth of talent and personal memories. Many fine songs interspersed with observations of life.

A rare opportunity to see a great man and wonderful artist. Don't miss him!
Derek Brimstone @ Orpington Folk Club 'The Anglesea Arms' 2004

"Singer/story teller. Purveyor of
cockney memories a great guy"
Ivan North - Orpington Folk Club

"An excellent all round performer,a
great comedian, raconteur and
musician"
Robert Shelton - Sunday Times

"One of the unsung GENIUSES of
the contemporary folk scene"
Karl Dallas - Melody Maker

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/d.brimstone1/


23rd

ST GEORGES DAY
St George & the Dragon

"The Change of Horses" is holding a day of celebration
for our patron Saint of England "St George"

During the afternoon between 2pm & 5pm there will be
live folk music in the annex You are cordially invited
to come along and listen If you are a performer and
would like to take part then please let us know It will
be on a first come first served basis

Pete, Margaret and Rick are putting on a special menu
for the day in the restaurant in addition to the usual
choice of fare in the bar

Later in the evening there will be cabaret with: Ita A lady singer, entertainer
with a varied repertoire. I'm told she will be singing some patriotic songs, along the
lines of "The last night of the Proms." Should be a lot of fun. Ita will be performing
in the restaurant.

We thought these two internet sites about St George, might be of interest:

http://www.britannia.com/history/stgeorge.html

http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/stgeorge.html


28th SINGERS & MUSICIANS NIGHTS

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