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Sue Graves & Hector Gilchrist
Sue Grave & Hector Gilchrist @ Orpington Folk Club, the Change of Horses 2016
On their last visit they made a huge impression.  Sue has a clear, expressive voice and has often been referred to as the ‘Surrey Nightingale’.  She has the knack of choosing songs that just ‘click’ with the audience, accompanying herself most tastefully with fingerstyle guitar.
Hector is one of Scotland’s finest singers, equally at home with a traditional ballad, contemporary songs (with his own guitar accompaniment) or jazz crooners.
8th
Singers & Musicians Night
If you've got a new song and want to try it out on an appreciative audience, then tonight’s the night.
15th
Carrivick Sisters
Carrivick Sisters
The Carrivick Sisters are one of the UK's top young bluegrass and folk acts.  Twins Laura and Charlotte perform their original songs and instrumentals along with a few carefully chosen covers on guitar, mandolin, fiddle, Dobro, and claw hammer banjo. They sing tight harmonies. 
As well as touring all over the UK, they have performed at major festivals in Canada and mainland Europe.  They have released four CDs.
The Carrivick Sisters More...

'The Carrivick Sisters are pick of the crop' -The Telegraph

'Formidable multi-instrumental skills and songwriting' -Q Magazine

22nd
Frank McConnell
Frank McConnell @ Orpington Folk Club, the Change of Horses 2014
Frank McConnell is a veteran local performer who plays tasty instrumentals and sings self penned songs. A couple of Frank's songs have been used in films.  The first was issued in 2015 to a French company making a feature film about a man called Michael who wants to disappear...
The second was issued in 2016 to the US company Fox for their crime drama Bones and is used in the Finale for series X! and occasional requests especially from the USA for copyright permissions.
Supporting Frank tonight Morrigan, one of our excellent guests from last year 2016.
29th
Singers & Musicians Night
Loosly arranged evenings to enable anyone to perform. So all you have to do is turn up early and get your name down to sing/perform.
Orpington Folk Club
Orpington Folk Music & Song