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6th
Richard Grainger
Richard Grainger @ Orpington Folk Club, the Chnage of Horses 2017
Richard Grainger is a prolific and diverse artist, performing on the British Folk Scene .  Over 30 years have elapsed since he made his first recording. 2015 was a year to look back and celebrate some of the musical associations , events and recordings he has made in this time.
'Widely respected songwriter and guitarist with a clear and 'captivating' vocal style'.  His songs are performed widely by artists including The Wilson Family, Flossie Malavialle, GU4, John Morris, Dick Miles, Monkeys Fist , KImbers Men, Derek Gifford and many more...
Richard tours constantly, check out his website....
13th
Singers & Musicians Night
Come along and try out that song or tune, or just sit back and relax with others.
20th
Chris Cleverley
Chris Cleverley @ Bristol Folk Festival 2015
Since winning Bristol Folk Festival’s 2014 ‘Isambard Folk Award’, joining the ranks of previous winners such as BBC folk award nominees Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker, followed up by a memorable performance at 2014’s Stroud Folk Festival.  His latest album, features both original songs and arrangements of traditional tunes.
He has shared the bill at many UK festivals with notable folk artists such as Martin Simpson, Spiers & Boden, Martha Tilston and Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman. Chris has stirred up a formidable word-of-mouth and had glowing reports of his debut record in the national folk press
The album, features original songs and arrangements of traditional tunes and is an exploration of ideas of the self.  Conceived from images of the past – of ghosts both real and imagined – and explores how these images of common experiences can be interpreted to explain and even vindicate our own feelings of detachment, discomfort and uncertainty.
Chris Cleverley More...  You Tube... "Barrack Street"
27th
Singers & Musicians Night
Performers of all standards are welcome. Sing a song, play a tune, or just come to listen and enjoy the friendly atmosphere.
Orpington Folk Club
Orpington Folk Music & Song