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What’s On

 

Bracknell Folk at The Sun in Windlesham - 8:30 p.m. Every Tuesday

The list below gives only our guest nights, which always include floor spots as well for performers in the audience.

Every other Tuesday is a “Come all ye” to play, sing, join in or just  enjoy the music and the company.

 

Created by SG International

Tue 2nd

Sep 2014

Jim McLean

Jim McLean's passion and love for the music shines through every performance and audiences leave knowing they have witnessed something unique. Whether he's inspiring you with his own material, making your feet tap with Country Blues, moving you to song with Celtic and Traditional folk or re-inventing fellow artistes' material, Jim brings any club to life with pure entertainment and passion. He packed the club out on each visit and we’re pleased to be able to welcome him back to the club.

 

Tue 23rd

Sep 2014

Commonground

Commonground are a folk band with the distinctive sound of harmony vocals accompanied by concertina, guitar and strings with material extending from traditional songs and tunes to contemporary material. David and Alison are old friends who have played as a duet at the club on numerous occasions, but this is our first chance to host the quartet. They are: - Alison Fenner: vocals, duet concertina, David Fenner: vocals, guitar, mandola, Fran Wade: vocals, violin, viola and Kevin Bown: vocals, cello.

 

Tue 14th

Oct 2014

Quality Street

Long time supporters of Bracknell Folk Club, Quality Street are a trio who perform their own, traditional and contemporary songs with delightful harmonies. John's guitar playing at the club has evoked comments from other guitarists such as "How can I follow that?" and "I'd like to chop his fingers off!". Since Sylv moved to the wild west, it’s a rare treat to catch all three together, so don’t miss the chance!

 

Tue 12th

May 2015

Steve Ashley

 

First recording in 1969 providing harmonies on Shirley and Dolly Collins album, “Anthems in Eden”, then in 1972 with Pete & Chris Coe’s album, “Open The Door And Let Us In”, Steve went on as half of Tinderbox and lead of group “Ragged Robin”, but has also produced numerous solo albums and is still out there on the festival and club circuit. He even performed at the Bracknell Folk festival back in the day. Now you can hear him at Bracknell Folk Club.