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Ryburn Folk Club – Gilchrist Collective

Most truly yours, Aunt Anne’ celebrates the achievements of Anne Geddes Gilchrist OBE (1863-1954), who made an important collection of songs, tunes and folklore from her home in Lancashire and became a significant figure in the folk music world of the early 20th Century.

The Gilchrist Collective has been formed by four accomplished performers to tell her story for the first time, using narrative, slides and a rich and varied selection of the songs she preserved.

Find out more about Anne Gilchrist and the Gilchrist Collective in this article from Living Tradition Magazine

Their cd ‘Most Truly Yours’ can be purchased here

Ryburn Folk Club – Jess & Richard Arrowsmith

Jess and Richard Arrowsmith are singers and musicians (fiddle & melodeon) and well established in the traditional English music scene.

They bring you powerful vocals, subtle accompaniments, lively tunes and a broad range of material that will have you laughing, weeping, tapping your feet and joining in the choruses. Jess’s self-penned songs have been performed and recorded by a range of other artists and are entering the tradition in their own right.

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Jess & Richard’s latest project in conjunction with James Fagan & Nancy Kerr as the Melrose Quartet earned them a nomination for “Best Group” at the 2014 BBC Folk Awards.

Other projects past & present include Hekety, Glorystrokes, Crucible and Pecsaetan.

Ryburn Folk Club – Jess & Richard Arrowsmith

Jess and Richard Arrowsmith are singers and musicians (fiddle & melodeon) and well established in the traditional English music scene. 

They bring you powerful vocals, subtle accompaniments, lively tunes and a broad range of material that will have you laughing, weeping, tapping your feet and joining in the choruses. Jess’s self-penned songs have been performed and recorded by a range of other artists and are entering the tradition in their own right.

RichardJess.jpg (1998×1553)

Jess & Richard’s latest project in conjunction with James Fagan & Nancy Kerr as the Melrose Quartet earned them a nomination for “Best Group” at the 2014 BBC Folk Awards.

Other projects past & present include Hekety, Glorystrokes, Crucible and Pecsaetan.

Ryburn Folk Club – Kimber’s Men

27th April, 8pm

Audiences everywhere rave over the harmonies of local shanty singers, Kimber’s Men.

They have appeared at Festivals in Ostende, Appingedam, Portmagee, Portsoy, Fano in Denmark, and all over the UK.  Featured twice on Sunday brunch for Channel 4, they also starred in the BBC production of Sea Songs, with Gareth Malone.

Expect to laugh, sing and be generally entertained.

Ryburn Folk Club – Simon Robinson

Simon is a fine singer of Old Time Songs, accompanying himself on banjo, guitar & dulcimer.

He is based in Leeds, where he has been running online sessions throughout lockdown, recording several CDs, teaching & working with children.  He was an outstanding music student at Huddersfield University and a member of contemporary folk band MAIA who regularly filled venues like The Brudenell in Leeds or The Trades Club in Hebden Bridge.

You’ll find him on Facebook, Youtube & Bandcamp & his CDs, The Wandering Boy & When The Sun Goes In .

Videos | Simon Robinson Sounds

Ryburn Folk Club – 23rd February 2022

23rd February 2022 – Simon Robinson

Simon is a fine singer of Old Time Songs, accompanying himself on banjo, guitar & dulcimer.

He is based in Leeds, where he has been running online sessions throughout lockdown, recording several CDs, teaching & working with children.  He was an outstanding music student at Huddersfield University and a member of contemporary folk band MAIA who regularly filled venues like The Brudenell in Leeds or The Trades Club in Hebden Bridge.

You’ll find him on Facebook, Youtube & Bandcamp & his CDs, The Wandering Boy & When The Sun Goes In .

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