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Accordion of 21-st century

Richard Galliano - French touch

Walshe Essential Guide to Accordion and Harmonica Events

«Harmonica forever!»

Modest Mussorgsky «Pictures at an Exhibition»

«Skomorokhi»: Music of the 20'th Century

Richard Galliano - 15 Titres Originaux

Pietro Frosini - Mariposita (Bolero)

Eugeny Derbenko - Cabman

Melodies Which Are Always With You

Concert musette for accordion

Richard Galliano quartet «New Musette»

Astor Piazzolla - Soundtracks

Boris Kovac and Ladaaba Orchestra «Ballads at the End of Time», «La Danza Apocalypsa Balcanica»

Yury Kazakov «The portrait of the great Bayanist»

A Gotan Project DJ set Espiracion

Accordion in Jazz

Astor Piazzolla - Concerto para Quinteto

Accordion in concert - Part I

Accordion Reader Trilogy

L. Desyatnikov - Tracing Astor

Russian music of the 19 - 20-th centuries

Igor Tsvetkov - Two Pieces for Russian Folk Orchestra

Popular Latin American tunes for chromatic or piano accordion

Terem-Quartet meets friends

Richard Galliano - Viaggio

Richard Galliano & Michel Portal – Concerts

Valery Kovtun - «Tango»

Richard Galliano – New York Tango

Friedrich Lips - Pictures at an Exhibition

Astor Piazzolla - Fugata

Dmitry Manchuk & Miroslav Leliukh - Musical Fantasy

Art Van Damme - Deep Purple

Richard Galliano - Fou Rire

George Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue (for piano and accordion orchestra)

Andrew Petrov - Marathon in the Fall

Luciano Fancelli - Acquarelli Cubani

Happy Skvett - Kulturprisen

M. Kazhlaev - Scerzo

Michael van Delft - Angel Rocks a Stone Away

Jacques Reuaux, Claude Francois - My Way - Great Frank Sinatra song arranged for accordion orchestra - Parts

Richard Galliano - Tango pour Claude

''Resurrecion'' tango-quartet - Obsessed by the Sun

Richard Galliano - La Valse a Margaux

Bogdan Precz - Fusion

Jazz Accordion Book - Vol. I

Jazz Theory And Improvisation Studies for Accordion

Che, bandoneon - 10 essential tango arrangements - Vol. 1

Astor Piazzolla - Tangus Dei

Richard Galliano - Opale Concerto - Score

Accordion orchestra of 3-d municipal music school (Kishinev, Moldova)

Lithuanian Accordion Quintet "Concertino" (video live concert)

Pablo Ziegler - Bajo Cero

Pavel Smirov Orchestra - Accordion virtuosos from St. Petersburg

Albin Repnikov - Concerto ¹3 for accordion, chamber orchestra and percussions - Score

Pavel Smirov Orchestra - My Saint Petersburg

M. Blanter - In The Gardens

Astor Piazzolla - Yo Soy Maria

Lithuanian Accordion Quintet «Concertino» - Compositions from the repertoire of the ensemble - Vol. 2

B. Martjanov - Moldova Fantasy

«Milonga» Instrumental Trio – Compositions from the repertoire of the ensemble - Vol. 2

«Milonga» Instrumental Trio – Compositions from the repertoire of the ensemble - Vol. 1

«Milonga» Instrumental Trio – Compositions from the repertoire of the ensemble - Vol. 3

Jacques Reuaux, Claude Francois - My Way - Great Frank Sinatra song arranged for accordion orchestra - Score

Anatoly Lyadov - Musical Snuffbox

Yu. Peshkov - Black Eyes - Russian romance arranged as a concert piece

Charlie Shavers - Breeze in a Waste

Christine Boll – Partita Piccola

Teddy Randazzo, Bobby Weinstein - Going Out of My Head - Great Frank Sinatra song arranged for accordion orchestra - Score and Parts

Victor Vlasov - Bossa Nova

Pietro Frosini - Carnival of Venice

Victor Vlasov - I Like this Rhythm

Thomas Fundora & Morris Albert - Feelings

Mikis Theodorakis - Quarter of Angels

George Hammel - Pantoufle de Vair (concert polka for accordion)

Volodymyr Zubytsky - Omaggio ad Astor Piazzolla

In the Footlights

The Beatles Potpourri

Jacob Gade - Tango Jalousie

Lasse Pihlajamaa - Harmonikkasävellyksiä

Eddy Flecijn – Capriccio

Pascual Marquina - Spanish Gipsy Dance

Popular Waltzes

Libertango tango hits

Moon Serenade

History of Musicals

Astor Piazzolla – 10 tangos

From Bach till Offenbach

Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart - Blue Moon

Beny Rehmann - Schiffsfeger-Polka

F. Canaro - Tango

Gerhard Winkler - Toulouse

Albert Vossen - Merry-go-round

Gerhard Winkler - Serenade Napolitano

J. Rid - Last Waltz

Yann Tiersen - Le Moulin

Yann Tiersen - Naomi

Bert Kaempfert - Strangers in The Night

Luiz Bonfa - Manha de Carnival

Cajun of Luisiana State (for banjo and accordions)

George Boulanger - Da Capo

Eugene Derbenko - Rythm of Time

I. Panitski - Snowball Tree

A. Murena and J. Colombo - Indifference

Hubert Giraud - Sous le Ciel de Paris

Toto Cutugno - Soli

Fermo Marchetti - Fascination

Victor Vlasov - Boogie-Woogie

J McHugh - Black Birds (Black spiritual arranged for accordion)

S. Scott - Jungle

Tikhon Khrennikov - Moscow Windows (jazz song arranged for accordion duo)

Paul Norrback - Happy Moments

Charlie Chaplin - Limelight (waltz arranged for accordion)

Victor Vlasov - Silent Films

Victor Vlasov - Good Afternoon

Victor Vlasov - Cartoon

20 Tiny Fingers - English folk song

A. Joys - Autumn Dream

Jazz-Legato - Lerov Andersson (for accordion duo)

Vladimir Popolzin - In The Saloon

S. Scott - Ballade

Victor Vlasov – Jazz Miniatures

Victor Vlasov - Disco (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Victor Vlasov - Let us Swing (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Victor Vlasov - Siamese (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Victor Vlasov - This Rythm (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Victor Vlasov - Step (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Unto Jutila - French Visit

Renzo Ruggieri - Carnevale

Jimmy Giordanengo - La Huette (waltz for solo accordion)

Albert Vossen - Fliegende Blatter

Vittorio Monti - Czardas

Victor Vlasov - Mood (for solo accordion)

Victor Vlasov - Syncopes (for solo accordion)

Unto Jutila - Samba

Pietro Frosini - Jolly Caballero

Karl Noack - Parade of Dwarves (for ensemble or orchestra)

Valery Kovtun - Brilliant Waltz (for solo accordion)

Pintin Castellanos - La Punalada

Finish Polka

Anne Dudley - Jeeves and Wooster

Astor Piazzolla - Four Seasons in Buenos Aires - Score

Astor Piazzolla - Four Seasons in Buenos Aires - Parts

Luciano Fancelli - 10 km. al Finestrino

Luciano Fancelli - Pupazzetti

Georgy Mushel - Toccata

Albin Repnikov - Capriccio

Paolo Pizzigoni - Light and Shadow

Grigoras Dinicu - Hora Stacatto

Eduardo di Capua - O Sole Mio!

Ernesto Lecuona - Malaguena from «Andalucia» Suite

Andre Astier - Grande Valse De Concert

Andre Astier - Divertissement

Andre Astier - Fantaisie En Mi Mineur

Andre Astier, Marcel Azzola - Systeme «A»

Andre Astier, Maurice Larcange - Accordeon Steeple

Andre Astier, Yvette Horner - Polka Satellite

Volodymyr Zubytsky - Ti Amo, Pesaro

Joaquin Rodrigo - Concierto de Aranjuez, Adagio

Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto f-moll from The Four Seasons

Arnstein Johansen - Cornelli (polka)

Medard Ferrero - Averse

Polka Favorites

Latin Favorites

Joey Miskulin - Accordion Styles and Techniques (DVD)

Paris Musette - Freddy Balta and his Accordion

Teach Yourself To Play Accordion

Waltz Favorites

Metodo Per Fisarmonica (Accordion)

Latin American Dances

Richard Galliano - Opale Concerto - Parts

Vladimir Chernikov - Lonely Harmonica - Yablochko

Niccolo Paganini - Caprice No. 24 in A minor

Andrew Lloyd Webber - Memory

John A. Dallas - Helen Waltz

Maurice Larcange & Michel Mercier - Javaccordeon

Franck Angelis - Valse du Cloun

Franck Angelis - Impasse

Ole Schmidt - Toccata no. 1

Astor Piazzolla - Contrabajissimo - Score

Yann Tiersen - La Noyee

Jack Fina - Bumblebee Boogie

Vl. Zolotarev - Conteplating The Dionisian Frescoes of St. Ferapontov Monastery

Heitor Villa-Lobos - Dance of The White Indian

Filippo Marino - Cristina

Tony Murena & Louis Peguri - Joyeux Vagabond

Pietro Frosini - Spic and Span

Hans Brehme - Divertimento in F

Pietro Frosini - Accordion Jitters

Astor Piazzolla - Concerto Aconcagua for bandoneon, chamber orchestra and percussions - Score

Oscar Peterson - Laurentide Waltz (from The “Canadiana” suite)

Con Conrad & Herb Magidson - Midnight in Paris (bolero)

Samuel Barber - Adagio from String Quartet No. 1

Pietro Frosini - Love Smiles

Albin Repnikov - Concertino

Victor Vlasov - The Fest In Moldavanka

Art Van Damme - Boogie-Woogie

Albert Vossen - Brusseles Laces

Yann Tiersen - Les Quatre Pieces

Frank Marocco - Appassionato

Che, bandoneon - 10 essential tango arrangements - Vol. 2

Astor Piazzolla - Cite Tango

Astor Piazzolla - Meditango

Astor Piazzolla - Un dia de paz

Astor Piazzolla - Libertango

Astor Piazzolla - Tres Tangos

Astor Piazzolla - Ave Maria

Astor Piazzolla - Concierto de Nacar - Score

Astor Piazzolla - Tangata del Alba

Accordion in Concert - Part II

Astor Piazzolla - Double Concerto - Score

Argentinian Tango and Folk Tunes for Accordion: 36 Traditional Pieces

Jean Francaix - Concerto for accordion and orchestra

Isang Yun - Concertino for accordion and string quartet

Darius Milhaud - Suite Anglaise

Astor Piazzolla - Adios Nonino for accordion orchestra and piano

Klezmer and Sephardic Tunes

Astor Piazzolla - Concerto Aconcagua for bandoneon, chamber orchestra and percussions - Parts

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‘Accordions International 2008’, Pontins, Lytham St Annes – May 9th/13th
May, 18, 2008

‘Accordions International 2008’ takes place from Friday May 9th to Tuesday 13th at the Dunes Conference Complex, Pontins Holiday Centre, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire.  The guest artistes at this new festival include the fabulous ‘Paris-Moscow Duo’ Domi Emorine & Roman Jbanov (France/Russia), Giancarlo Caporilli (Italy), Stefan Andrusyschyn, Gary Blair, Harry Hussey, Bert Santilly, and Romano Viazzani.   

This new accordion festival, organised by Heather Smith, uniquely shares the site with an already established organ/keyboard festival, and the two festivals will have some overlapping features.  For the accordion enthusiasts, there are concerts, various workshops, master classes, dancing, jam sessions, demonstrations, plus a trade show that includes Geoff Holter Accordions, the Accordion Shop (Electronic Accordions Ltd), John Douglas Music, and Rob Howard's ‘An A to Z of the Accordion’ series of books. 

 

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and for all booking enquiries telephone 01780 782 093

Alexander Korbakov & Alan Young @ Harlow Accordion Club - Thursday June 19th
May, 18, 2008

Alexander Korbakov

Alexander Korbakov & Alan Young at:-

The Harlow Accordion Club

The Link Social Club
Parsloe Road
Harlow
Essex
CM19 4RT


Thursday 19th June 2008 @ 7.30 pm

Tickets are £7.00 (on the door)
£6.00 in advance from:-
Jean Hanger Tel: 01279 - 432830
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Licensed Bar - Ample Car Parking - Club Raffle

Trade Stand by Geoff Holter Accordions

http://www.geoffholteraccordions.co.uk/

Alexander Korbakov was born in 1962 in Kamyshin on the river Volga. He studied at the conservatoire in St Petersburg. Where he still lives and works.

He plays with the Russian State Concert Orchestra with small ensembles and as an accoupanist. He has made regular tours of U.K, Ireland and Germany.

Alexander adapts his programmes to his audience. He plays favourite accordion pieces from around the World together with Russian Folk melodies. Has Classical repertoire includes work written for the accordion by Russian composers. Some items are played on a Saratov Concertina.

His special designed Jupiter accordion enables him to play works by composer such as Bach an Bethoven. Music for piano, organ, violin or voice has been transcribed by Alexander for concert performance.

His virtuoso playing, his charisma and his quiet charm make Alexander a performer of major significance in the accordion world.

 

Five Questions: Skyler Fell
May, 18, 2008
It’s time for another installment of “Five Questions” — our occasional interview series with notable personalities in the accordion world.

Today, we’re talking to Skyler Fell, owner of the Accordion Apocalypse Repair Shop in San Francisco. A professionally trained accordion repairwoman, Skyler offers repairs, parts, lessons, and free advice out of her humble shop in Hunter’s Point. Accordion Apocalypse has become a Bay Area accordion hub, hosting bi-weekly jams and shows by touring bands and wild circuses. She also plays in a couple bands herself: the Hobo Gobbelins and the Accordion Apocalypse Circus Sideshow.

When and why did you start playing the accordion?

I started playing accordion when I was around 20 years old, after walking into Boaz Accordions in Berkeley. Feeling inspired by live circus bands featuring fierce and independent women with a hardcore edge in Europe and the Bay Area, I decided to have a go at the accordion. What has happened since has been a truly magical and eye-opening journey.

You’ve studied accordion repair with a couple of masters — Boaz Rubin of the former Boaz Accordions in Berkeley and Vince Cirelli of Cirelli Accordion Service in SF. What’s the most important thing you’ve learned in working with them?

Vince Cirelli and Boaz Rubin have both inspired me with an undying love for the accordion in all of its most complex beauty, as well as counseling me on the step-by-step procedures of well trusted traditional accordion repair techniques learned from past generations of great accordion masters. Now to be kept alive with the accordionistas of the future!

What’s the weirdest repair/modification someone has asked you to do?

Last week I modified a bass switch system on an Excelsior to have a switch setting that plays only low bass single notes. The accordion sounds great… it really growls!

What are your top tips for keeping an accordion in good shape?

Reduce damage and extend the life of your main squeeze with these simple tips!

HOT environments will melt the wax that holds your reeds in place. Be careful not to leave your accordion in a hot vehicle trunk for hours or in direct sunlight. COLD, and DAMP environments create condensation that rusts reeds, ruins tuning, and rots bellows. Some taxing places for accordions include attics, basements, storage lockers, garages, vehicles, sheds, and outside for long periods of time. Play your accordion!TUNING and service cleaning is a good idea every 3 to 5 years for frequently played accordions in good condition.OLD BROKEN STRAPS could be the downfall of your beloved accordion. Make sure your straps are in good condition — especially around the strap brackets — and always carry the accordion by the body or in a padded carrying case.What advice do you have for someone just starting to play the accordion?

Get ready to have some fun! Check out some accordion bands, get yourself a student instrument, some lessons and go. And check out my website — www.accordionapocalypse.com — for accordion events, sales, and repairs in the Bay Area.

Thanks to Skyler for taking time to answer our questions. Stay tuned for more interviews with accordion aficionados from around the world!

New UKAO Forum!
May, 9, 2008

Following recent feedback we have updated the UKAO Forum / Chat Room to make it much easier to use and urge all members to start using the Forum to talk to other accordionists and accordion enthusiasts and share ideas and news.

You can access the Forum by clicking the 'Forum/Chat' button either on the menu at the top, or at the side - or by clicking here!

A Mad and Faithful DeVotchKa
May, 9, 2008
Of all the bands I’ve discovered while writing for Let’s Polka, DeVotchKa is quite possibly my favorite. We saw them at a club in San Francisco a couple years ago and were blown away — their unique brand of gypsy-mariachi rock was infectious and it’s hard to dislike any band that sports an accordionist/violinist, a drummer/trumpet player, a tuba player, and a wine-swigging lead singer. Two years later, after making a splash with their soundtrack to the Oscar-nominated Little Miss Sunshine, DeVotchKa does not disappoint with their new album, A Mad and Faithful Telling.It’s easy to get caught up in the novelty of DeVotchKa’s sound — the cinematic swells, the mariachi horns, the tinkling glockenspiels — but don’t overlook the rich songs bubbling under that melting pot’s surface. “Transliterator” balances frenzy and restraint beautifully, the shuffling “Head Honcho” carries you away, and “Undone” is just achingly stunning.We loved accordionist Tom Hagerman’s recent solo album, The Breakfast Playground, and — from his fierce violin on “Comrade Z” to his playful accordion on “Strizzalo” — he plays a huge role on this record. Other bands have helped put the accordion on the indie rock map in recent years, but few carry it as naturally or as well as DeVotchKa.Devotchka: Head Honchomp3
Baile de Zacatecas en Chicago 5-17-08
May, 9, 2008
vamos a tocar el Sabado 17 de Mayo en el Major Hall (Major y Grand Ave) en Chicago de 8PM a 1AM, parece que los boletos cuestan $20 en la puerta
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Ollie Collins - Accordionist Entertainer!
Apr., 20, 2008
Ollie Collins Giggleswick School boy Oliver Collins has been entertaining pupils, staff and parents with his Accordion playing. Oliver has recently competed in the Schools’ ‘Young Musician of the Year’ competition where he succeeded in being the first Accordion player to take part in this annual competition. More recently he performed at Giggleswick’s School Chapel for the end of term Easter Service. Olivers teacher, Harry Hinchcliffe is delighted that Oliver is receiving fantastic support, opportunity and recognition for all his hard work and practice.
"Beecham Boys" Charity "213 Mile Bike Ride" gains momentum & support as target is doubled !
Apr., 20, 2008
Ron Beecham - 1936 - 2006Craig and Lloyd Beecham are riding their bikes from London to Paris in the Summer of 2008.The plan is to raise at least £5,000 for the "Everyman Cancer Research Campaign" , in memory of their father Ron Beecham, who sadly passed away in 2006 from cancer. They both miss their dad a great deal, and feel that this is a good way to remember a lovely man, and also to raise money for a worthy cause.  
Bike Ride News Update: March 2008 Between us, we needed to raise £2200 to be able to take part in this challenge. We thought that we would set ourselves the target of £2500 as a very challenging target. We never expected to reach this amount of money in such a short space of time. So, we have decided to try and be very greedy and go for £5000. We know this is a huge amount of money and that we may not make it that far, but it would be an amazing achievement to raise that much money for such a worthy cause.Another huge thank you for all of the sponsorship that we have received so far. The generosity that everyone has demonstrated in giving to the everyman campaign in memory of our Dad is really quite humbling. That, along with the messages left on this site make us both realise what a special man our Dad was, and how he touched the lives of so many people. In terms of training, Lloyd has been having problems with the clip in shoes and pedals that he has purchased. Unfortunately, he is sometimes unable to unclip the correct foot in time, and falls over. He is comfortably above 30 miles in his longest stints, and is now concentrating on hill work in preparation for the longer inclines. He is planning to hit 50 miles next month. Craig has ridden from Reading to Oxford for work (about 30 miles) , but then found himself a bit tired and unable to concentrate properly. The plan by May is to be able to ride home again at the end of the day. Training has focused on developing speed endurance and trying to get average speeds up towards 15 miles an hour..............  Craig & Lloyd Beecham 
Fundraising target: £5,000.00Donations to date: £4,011.48
Celebrating Keith Rogers - His Music - His Instruments - Himself - Sat 19th April @ 7pm
Apr., 20, 2008
Some of you will know that my cousin, Keith Rogers, died earlier this year of pancreatic cancer.  He was a maker of early musical instruments - recorders, serpents, cornetts, oboes d'amore, etc, etc.  The family is arranging a concert to celebrate his life and achievements including music played on instruments he made.  It will include both the biggest and the smallest Serpents in the world.  If you don't know what a Serpent is, the invitation shows him grappling with a medium-sized one (it's made of wood, the two halves channelled out and glued together then covered with a tightly-fitting leather sleeve to hold it all together!)

The concert will be in St Michael and All Angels Church, 1 Pond Road, Blackheath Park, London SE3 9JL, Saturday 19th April '08 at 7.00pm.  I'm told it's a big church, so anyone interested is welcome - no need to have known him - so feel free to circulate this invitation to musical friends.  

We are promised a mixture of music, some he composed, some he loved (no doubt with an early-music bias in view of the instruments).  It should be an unusual chance to see all these ancient instruments, and I'm sure the quality of the music-making will be high (judging from performances at a recent family wedding and Keith's funeral).  The concert is free, with a collection for the Royal Society of Musicians of Great Britain. 

Hope to see some of you there!

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Groanbox Boys - UK Tour - Gig Guide
Apr., 20, 2008
The Groanbox Boys will soon be touring the UK again!
The Groanbox Boys are the NY/London-based music duo, Cory Seznec and Michael Ward-Bergeman. The two play a highly unique blend of what they call Old Time Mountain Gypsy World Folk Blues Music on accordion, acoustic guitar, banjo, harmonica and odd pieces of percussion, including their self-made "Freedom Boot".
Spring 2008 UK TourMay 2 Man of Kent Rochester, KentMay 3 Sweeps Festival - The Crown Rochester, KentMay 4 Sweeps Festival - Rochester Castle Gardens Concert Marquee with Truckstop Honeymoon Rochester, Kent 2:30 pm startMay 5 Sweeps Festival - Two Brewers Rochester, Kent 12:30 pm startMay 6 The Crooked Billet Henley on Thames, OxfordshireMay 7 Wrotham Arms Broadstairs, KentMay 8 The Royal National Theatre - Music in the Foyer South Bank, London 6:15 pm startMay 9 The Royal Albert Hall - Ignite! Series Kensington, London 12 pm startMay 10 Green Note Camden, LondonMay 11 The Bell Inn Bath, Somerset 1 pm startMay 11 The Royal Portland Arms Portland, Dorset 7 pm startMay 12 The Boot Inn Weymouth, DorsetMay 13 Bom-Bane's BrightonMay 14 Carlyon Arms St Austell, CornwallMay 15 BBC Radio Swindon/Wiltshire The Mark Seaman Show aired on May 18 at 3 pmMay 15 The Beehive Swindon, WiltshireMay 16 The Old Courthouse (In the Dock) Thirsk, North YorkshireMay 17 Bogbain Farm Inshes, Inverness, ScotlandMay 18 Tin Hut, Aberdeenshire, ScotlandMay 19 Inn at Lathones, Largoward, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland Gig infoMay 20 The Old Libary Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire, ScotlandMay 21 The Coach House Killin, Perthshire, ScotlandMay 22 Acoustic Music Club Kirkcaldy, Fife, ScotlandMay 23 Greenock Wanderers RFC Club Greenock, Inverclyde, ScotlandMay 24 Selby Town Hall Selby, North YorkshireMay 25 The Tall Ship, Glasgow, ScotlandMay 28 Tolbooth Stirling, ScotlandMay 29 Leith Folk Club at the Village Edinburgh, ScotlandMay 31 String Jam Club Galashiels, Scottish BordersJune 1 City Blues Weekender Festival Leicester 1 pm startJune 7 The Met Arts Centre Bury, LancashireFall 2008 UK TourAugust 27 Blues Cafe Bar Harrogate, North YorkshireAugust 28 Gala Theatre DurhamAugust 30 Burnham On Sea Folk Festival Burnham on Sea, SomersetSeptember 3 Carlyon Arms St Austell, CornwallSeptember 5 Private Concert, Ampleforth, YorkshireSeptember 6 House Concert at Spelman's YorkSeptember 12 The Antic Banquet Festival, DevonSeptember 13 The Square and Compass Worth Matravers, Swanage, DorsetSeptember 14 The Grey Horse Kingston, SurreySeptember 16 Dartford Folk Club Dartford, KentSeptember 17 Royal Brompton Hospital Chelsea, London 12 pm startSeptember 18 Harefield Hospital Harefield, Middlesex 12 pm startSeptember 19 Brook's Blues Bar at the Telegraph, Putney Heath, LondonSeptember 28 The Rose and Crown Charlbury, OxfordshireOctober 1 Burnett's Chapel Narberth, WalesOctober 2 Beaford Arts North DevonOctober 3 Beaford Arts North DevonOctober 4 Beaford Arts North DevonOctober 8 Traveller's Rest Draycott, Darby, DarbyshireOctober 9 The Musician LeicesterOctober 10 Blues in the Schools Keighley, YorkshireOctober 10 Bronte Blues Club Keighley, YorkshireOctober 11 Green Note Camden, London
 
 
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Preview Video of "Pennies from Heaven" - featuring accordionist Romano Viazzani - April 18th & 19th!
Apr., 20, 2008
COMING SOON! On April 18 and 19, 2008, The St. Albans Organ Theatre, in St. Albans, Herts, U.K., is pleased to present "Pennies From Heaven, The Life & Songs of Arthur Tracy, 'The Street Singer.'" The biographical and musical show will be performed by international cabaret star, Steve Ross, and popular New York baritone, Gregory Moore, who is also the author and director. The show was premiered at New York's Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts in 2005, to commemorate the generous donation of Tracy materials made to the Library by his family. Tracy, who emigrated to America from Russia, died in 1997 at age 98. Noted New York television host (and friend of Arthur Tracy's), Joe Franklin, acclaimed "Pennies From Heaven" as "...the best show I saw all year...I can't recall the last time I saw such a heartfelt standing ovation!" In February of 2007, Messrs. Ross and Moore (along with London accordion virtuoso, Romano Viazzani) brought their show to London's Jermyn Street Theatre for one memorable, sold-out performance, precipitating their return engagement in October of 2007. One of the most popular American performers in the UK in the years just before World War II, Arthur "The Street Singer" Tracy (1899-1997) is unjustly "under-remembered" today. But in his day, his full-voiced renditions of the great songs of that era were wildly popular with British and American audiences alike. In the words of Michael Darvell, of the classicalsource.com, "[Steve] Ross' narration punctuates the music with memories and tales of the life of Arthur Tracy, a Ukrainian born, naturalised American who was given his western name when he passed through Ellis Island with his family aged seven, into the American dream. Ross brings his natural wit to the fore as he leads his audience through the evening, keeping the performance alive with Tracy's music, heavy on thirties romance and now steeped in nostalgia. Throughout the evening Viazzani's entrancing accordion adds a continental flavour to the music, setting the tone by opening with the emotive gypsy melody "Marta, Rambling Rose of the Wildwood." Moore takes the role of Arthur Tracy's stage persona "The Street Singer" and shares the vocals with Ross, looking every inch as though he's stepped through sixty years into this charming setting, where he beguiles and enchants."
Pennies From Heaven
 St. Albans Organ Theatre - 320 Camp Road - St.Albans AL1 5PE
Friday April 18th @ 7.30 pm
Saturday April 19th @  2.30 & 7.30 pm
Three shows of 'PENNIES FROM HEAVEN'
 The Life and Songs of Arthur Tracy - 'The Street Singer'
Performed by STEVE ROSS - American Cabaret Artist (Storyteller);
 GREG MOORE - American Opera Singer (Arthur Tracy)
& ROMANO VIAZZANI - Piano Accordionist.

Tickets £ 8.00 
 Available only from RON HARTWELL
Tel: 01494-786738
 
 
 
An Evening in the Company of 'The Street Singer'
With Music That Defined Romance
 " From Geoff Ambler's review at Reviewsgate.com"
 
Steve Ross, last in Jermyn Street performing a salute to Stephen Sondheim, is now accompanied by virtuoso accordionist Romano Viazzani and Gregory Moore for a fascinating journey into an era of musical history when “The Street Singer” topped the Palladium’s pre-war billing and starred alongside Bing Crosby in Hollywood, a time remembered in black and white and filled with music that will never be forgotten.

Ross’ narration punctuates the music with memories and tales of the life of Arthur Tracy, a Ukranian born, naturalised American who was given his western name when he passed through Ellis Island with his family aged seven, into the American dream. Ross brings his natural wit to the fore as he leads his audience through the evening, keeping the performance alive with Tracy’s music, heavy on thirties romance and now steeped in nostalgia.

Throughout the evening Viazzani’s entrancing accordion adds a continental flavour to the music, setting the tone by opening with the emotive gypsy melody “Marta, Rambling Rose of the Wildwood”. Moore takes the role of Arthur Tracy’s stage persona “The Street Singer” and shares the vocals with Ross, looking every inch as though he’s stepped through sixty years into this charming setting, where he beguiles and enchants.

An extensive song list, including “East of the Sun, West of the Moon”, propels you straight into the thirties, the melancholy “Danny Boy”, a delightful “The Way You Look Tonight” and “A Foggy Day” evoking a London otherwise known only through monochrome Saturday afternoon movies. Tracy sings of love that is never cynical, and never clouded by realism - something long banished from modern life.

Gregory Moore's tribute closes with the two most famous melodies “When You Wish Upon A Star”, adopted by Disney, and “Pennies From Heaven”, which drew Tracy back into the limelight in the eighties via a Steve Martin movie, giving his music a last chance to shine, fifty years on in a century that had forgotten how much it had benefited from his life, his music and spirit - things these three masters in Jermyn Street have now re-ignited.

Narrator/ Piano/Vocals: Steve Ross.
The Street Singer: Gregory Moore.
Accordion: Roman Viazzani.

Director: Gregory Moore.
 
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Arthur Tracy - The Street Singer
 
 
One of the most popular American performers in the UK in the years just before World War II, Arthur "The Street Singer" Tracy (1899-1997) is  unjustly "under-remembered" today.  But in his day, his full-voiced renditions of the great songs of that era were wildly popular with British and American audiences alike.
 
In 2005, Arthur Tracy's family commissioned a tribute to him, upon the occasion of their donation of Arthur's personal papers and effects to the Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts (New York).  International cabaret star, Steve Ross, and popular New York baritone, Gregory Moore, created the show Pennies From Heaven:  The Life and Songs of Arthur Tracy, 'The Street Singer'.  The show was much acclaimed by the capacity audience at Lincoln Center.  Noted New York television host (and friend of Arthur Tracy's), Joe Franklin, acclaimed it as "...the best show I saw all year...I can't recall the last time I saw such a heartfelt standing ovation!"  In February of 2007, Messrs. Ross and Moore (along with London accordion virtuoso, Romano Viazzani) brought their show to London's Jermyn Street Theatre for one memorable, sold-out performance, precipitating their return engagement in October of 2007 (see reviews, below).  The beautiful and utterly unique St. Albans Organ Theatre is pleased to present the return to the U.K. of Pennies From Heaven on 18th and 19th, April, 2008.  With their world-class collection of antique mechanical musical instruments and wonderfully nostalgic atmosphere, The St. Albans Organ Theatre should prove the perfect setting for this musical bit of "time travel," as the clock is rolled backward and we revisit the glorious songs and wonderful life of "The Street Singer".
 
 
Tickets may be purchased in advance from Ron Hartwell. 
Please send a stamped, addressed envelope to: 
16, Ridgeway Road, Chesham, Bucks. HP5 2EG.
 
 For reservations please call Ron Hartwell on 01484 786738
 
 
 
 
 
REVIEWS from the Jermyn St. Theatre performances of
"Pennies From Heaven" - October 2007.
 
From Paul Vale's review from THE STAGE, London, U.K.
Arthur Tracy achieved huge popular acclaim in the early thirties as the Street Singer, a mysterious vocalist of indeterminate origin who wandered the CBS airwaves.With a strong classical training, his forte was the sentimental ballads such as Danny Boy, Just a Gigolo and the number that became his theme tune, Marta, Rambling Rose of the Wildwood.Tracy moved to the UK and was an instant hit on these shores recording such classics as Cocktails for Two, Keep the Homefires Burning, If You Were the Only Girl in The World and the immensely popular Pennies From Heaven.Providing the musical accompaniment and narrative for the evening is internationally acclaimed cabaret performer Steve Ross. Ross makes an engaging and entertaining storyteller, particularly describing the moment when he finally met Tracy in the early eighties. But it is through the piano his fondness for the Street Singer shines through and at a emotional level, September Song struck a deeply poignant chord for a worldwide legend who is now largely forgotten. This evident affection for Tracy is matched only by singer Gregory Moore whose voice has a distinctive timbre that lends itself perfectly to this style, with particular highlights being The Way You Look Tonight and the Kern/Hammerstein classic, Ol’ Man River. Complimenting this duo is virtuoso accordionist Romano Viazzani. Although often portrayed as a skilled accordionist himself, Tracy never actually learned to play one.
 
From Michael Darvell's review at Theclassicalsource.com                       
Ten years ago this week the singer Arthur Tracy (aka “The Street Singer”) died in New York aged 98. He had come a long way in nearly a full century. Born Abba Avron Tracovutsky in the Ukraine, he emigrated to the US at age six with his family who settled in Philadelphia. After graduating in 1917 he studied to be an architect but soon left to take up singing. Moving to New York he appeared in vaudeville and was seen by a talent-scout and given a radio programme. He assumed his sobriquet of “The Street Singer” to avoid embarrassing his family. By the early-thirties he had appeared in a film with Bing Crosby, “The Big Broadcast of 1932”, and went on to make five more. He became a phenomenally successful singer in concerts and on record, selling some six million discs and just as many copies of the sheet music of his songs. He was a ‘bari-tenor’ who specialised in performing a repertoire of popular love songs and ballads of the day, material that would now be considered cheesy. But in 1930s’ America and for five years in Great Britain where he topped the bill at the London Palladium, these were the songs that audiences loved to hear.
His signature song was ‘Marta, rambling rose of the wildwood’ which he sang as he stepped on to the stage, as “The Street Singer” seemingly playing the accordion, an instrument which Tracy never actually learned to play. His material was unashamedly romantic but he sang some of the best popular songs ever written, from Romberg and Hammerstein’s ‘One alone’ and ‘Softly, as in a morning sunrise’ to Duke Ellington’s ‘Solitude’ through the Gershwins, Harry Warren and Al Dubin, Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields and Otto Harbach to Noel Coward and Kurt Weill. He sang the material in a strong, earnest voice that was obviously very appealing to a lot of people.
Performing the songs here are writer and director Gregory Moore, an opera singer now concentrating on cabaret and concert work. He has a stentorian voice, much like Tracy and he puts across the material with warmth and feeling for the sentiments expressed in these numbers. He shares the singing with pianist and vocalist Steve Ross, an old hand at this sort of material. Far from being “The Street Singer” Steve Ross is more the sleek or chic singer and he puts a different spin on the numbers that is his familiar trademark. The accordion accompaniment by Romano Viazzani provides a neat background to the period in this most charming and civilised of entertainments. It’s not often you have the chance to enjoy these sorts of songs and here they are presented with passion and delight.
Tracy’s main period of popularity was during the 1930s and ’40s but, when Swing came in, his sort of songs went out of fashion. He toured here and in the US but eventually the work dried up and he made his money out of ‘real estate’ instead. However, many years later his 1937 recording of ‘Pennies from heaven’ was used in the 1981 US film of the same name (based on the Dennis Potter play) with Steve Martin and suddenly audiences wanted to know him again. The following year he appeared in cabaret in New York where Steve Ross saw him. Later on Tracy appeared in a Broadway show, “Social security”, and had a bit part in the film “Crossing Delancey”. When Tracy’s papers were filed at Lincoln Center, Ross was asked if there was a show in his story. The result is two hours of very best kind of musical nostalgia.
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UK Accordion Championships Blackpool - Friday 25th - Sunday 27th April 2008
Apr., 20, 2008
Friday 25th - Sunday 27th April 2008
We are set up to hold the 2008 Annual Competition at the North Pier and Metropole Hotel in Blackpool. This is the most exciting Accordion event in the Annual Calendar and will be held in the heart of the town.
In addition to the Competitions, the event will feature Concerts,
Workshops and the traditional Saturday night Ceilidh with Gary Blair.
Click here to visit The Blackpool Tourist Website Click here for Train Tickets to Blackpool!Click here to book accomodation in Blackpool!Click here for The Queens Hotel Blackpool - an accordionist's friendly hotel!Click here for Flights to Blackpool!Click here for Coach Tickets to Blackpool!Gary Blair Ceilidh Band - UK Accordion Championships - Saturday Night Fun!
Lindum Accordion Club
Apr., 20, 2008
Dear UKAO,........ I would just like to give our club a plug , we don't hear about the LINDUM ACCORDION CLUB at Wragby near LINCOLN ,very much, We have about 54 members from all over Lincoln and over the Humber bridge in Hull and area,  About 5 of us joined from Hull club when it closed last year and we were all made very welcome . 
Harry says all are welcome at The Lindum Accordion Club!
 The club has a very friendly atmosphere , the band lets anyone play, readers and nonreaders ,and being a non reader ,it really helps to gain confidence, and now I've got the courage to play in front ,after the tea break   ,Another thing the club is good at ,is raising funds for charity . Lindum club supports and raises money for LINCOLN ST.BARNABAS HOSPISE. In the last 8months ,up to January 08 ,a staggering £1124 has been donated to the Hospise ,, FANTASTIC .. This was made up from members playing at functions, £100 from raffles ,and would you believe , £24 selling doggy bags of food left over from our christmas dinner, also, selling an accordion that a member donated £85. Thanks to Wendy ,the treasurer ,for the figures .. What a nice club . We have a good time every 3rd wed of the month from 8.00pm.Do join us if you are near ! ...Best Wishes from ....Harry Kipling  On wednesday 19th March 2008 our very special guest artiste will be Pearl-Fawcett Adriano - doors open at 7.45pm and this will be a fantastic evening of entertainment!Lindum Accordion Club
Wragby Town Hall
Louth Road
Wragby
Lincolnshire
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All are welcome!

The Lindum Accordion Club meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at Wragby Town Hall, which is on the A157 Louth Road, Wragby, just 100 metres or so from the junction with the A158 Skegness/Lincoln road.

The venue offers ample accommodation and on-site car parking, with convenient access to both the main hall and the annex. Kitchen facilities are available, and refreshments are served during a break in the evening's proceedings.
 
The Club Chairman, Geoff Brown,This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it   is pleased to report that the Club continues to go from strength to strength and meetings are very well attended. But there is always room new faces, and anyone with an interest in the accordion will find themself amongst friends.
Map & Directions to our club are below:-
La India Canela on NPR
Apr., 20, 2008
There was a great interview on NPR today with Dominican accordionist La India Canela. She has twice won the Cassandra award for her hit songs and is now releasing an album in the United States, Merengue Tipico from the Dominican Republic.She had a tough start; her father didn’t want her to play the accordion, so she had to hide to practice. Then, after she was discovered, she had to convince him to let her play in the city. Overcoming the social stigma of the accordion being a man’s instrument was a challenge, but her love for the music was deep and she was determined to stick with it.“Accordion is very profound, and you feel it probably from the moment you are in your mother’s womb.”Now she’s one of The Dominican Republic’s most famous musicians. You can listen to the NPR interview as well as some clips of her playing here.
Duo Esprit @ Guildford A/C - Good Friday 21st March
Apr., 13, 2008
Duo Esprit - Ian Watson & Julie North - will be special guests at The Guildford Accordion Club on 21st March (Good Friday).
Meets at The Village Hall Ripley.
Doors Open @ 7pm
Ian Watson & Julie North


Duo Esprit are the very special guest artists at
The Guildford Accordion Club
Friday 21st March 2008
Doors Open at 7pm
Ripley Village Hall - Ripley
Near Guildford - Surrey - GU23 6AF
M25-J10/A3


Contact Info:
John Cumiskey Tel ; 0208 546 1767
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Web:  http://guildford-accordion-club.org.uk/ 
John Kirkpatrick - Gig Listings
Apr., 13, 2008
John Kirkpatrick
 
 
 
 
Sat 8 Mar 2008 Loughborough Folk Festival, Leicestershire Mon 10 Mar 2008 The Town Hall, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire JK adjudicating the Folk Section of the Chipping Norton Music Festival. Brace yourselves!Thu 27 Mar 2008
to Sun 30 Mar 2008 Chantmarle, near Yeovil, Dorset Folk South West's Residential Easter SchoolSun 30 Mar 2008 Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London SE1 8XX CLOSE OF PLAY - the final event in Shirley Collins' 'Folk Roots, New Routes' concert series on the South Bank. JK one of a huge cast this evening, including Linda Thompson, Martyn Wyndham Read, Hot Vultures, and Rattle on the Stovepipe. STARTS 7.30 p.m.
www.southbankcentre.co.uk | 0871 663 2500
Sat 5 Apr 2008 Ryburn 3 Step Folk Emporium, The Alma Inn, Cottonstones, Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX6 4NS SPRING SING - Starts at noon - afternoon sessions with a talk, and an evening folk club performance.
www.ryburn3step.org.uk | 01422 822569
Sat 12 Apr 2008 The Plough Arts Centre, Fore Street, Great Torrington, Devon, EX38 8HQ ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.plough-arts.org | 01805 624624
Sun 13 Apr 2008 Oxford Folk Festival BRASS MONKEYFri 18 Apr 2008 The Half Moon, 93 Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London SW15 1EU ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.halfmoon.co.uk | 020 8780 9383
Sat 19 Apr 2008 The Marine Theatre, Church Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset, DT7 3QA ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
marinetheatre.com | 01297 442138
Sun 20 Apr 2008 Hitchin Folk Club, The Sun Hotel, Sun Street, Hitchin, Herts, SG5 1AF 
www.hitchinfolkclub.co.uk | 01462 812391
Mon 21 Apr 2008 Nettlebed Village Club, High Street, Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, RG9 5DD ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.nettlebedfolkclub.co.uk | 01628 636620
Thu 24 Apr 2008 Huntingdon Hall, Crowngate, Worcester, WR1 3LD ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.huntingdonhall.com | 01905 611427
Fri 25 Apr 2008 East Dulwich Tavern, South East London 
0207 252 2742
Sat 26 Apr 2008 Bridgwater Arts Centre, Castle Street, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3DD. ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICKFri 2 May 2008 The Guildhall, Bore Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.lichfieldarts.org.uk | 01543 262223
Fri 9 May 2008 Folk at The Grove, The Grove Inn, Back Row, David St, Holbeck, Leeds, L11 5PL 
www.grovefolkclub.org.uk | 01977 685122
Mon 12 May 2008 The Griffin, Yoxford, East Suffolk 
01728 668327
Wed 14 May 2008 Otley Folk Club, Korks Wine Bar, 40 Bondgate, Otley, West Yorkshire 
www.otleyfolkclub.org.uk | 01943 467189
Sat 17 May 2008 Rhos-Y-Gilwen, North Pembrokshire, SA43 2TW Concert & Workshop
www.rhosygilwen.co.uk | 01239 841387
Sun 18 May 2008 Shepley Spring Festival, near Huddersfield, Yorkshire ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK. Closing spot of the Sunday evening concert.Fri 23 May 2008 Cleethorpes Folk Festival, Lincolnshire Sat 31 May 2008 Guildhall Arts Centre, St Peter's Hill, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG31 6PZ THE SULTANS OF SQUEEZE - John Kirkpatrick & Chris Parkinson. Concert spot and workshops as part of a new Folk Weekend.
www.guildhallartscentre.com | 01476 406158
Sat 7 Jun 2008 The Temple Methodist Church, Upper High Street, Taunton, Somerset John Kirkpatrick in concert with The Stanchester Quire. Charity concert for The Meningitis Trust. No alcohol! STARTS 7.30 p.m.Sun 8 Jun 2008 Horsham Folk Club, Normandy Centre, Denne Road, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1JF 
www.horshamfolkclub.co.uk | 01403 251188
Sat 14 Jun 2008 Gower Folk Festival, Gower Heritage Centre, Parkmill, Gower, Swansea, SA3 2EH THE SULTANS OF SQUEEZE - John Kirkpatrick & Chris ParkinsonSat 28 Jun 2008 Shammicks Acoustic Sessions, Combe Martin, Devon Daytime Workshop on Song Accompaniment + Evening Concert SpotsSat 5 Jul 2008 Davy Lamp Folk Club, The Arts Centre, Washington, Tyne & Wear, NE38 8AB THE SULTANS OF SQUEEZE - John Kirkpatrick & Chris ParkinsonSun 20 Jul 2008 Bothy Folk Song Club, The Park Golf Club, Park Road West, Southport, Lancashire, PR9 0JS 
www.bothyfolkclub.co.uk | 0151 924 5078
Fri 15 Aug 2008
to Sun 17 Aug 2008 Bideford Folk Festival, North Devon Tue 2 Sep 2008 The Hoy at Anchor Folk Club, The Ship Hotel, Leigh on Sea, Essex Replacement for previous gig cancelled through illness.
01702 715111
Tue 16 Sep 2008 Great Knight Folk Club, The Old Black Lion, Marefair, Northampton 
01604 766154
Thu 18 Sep 2008 Lymm Folk Club, The Spread Eagle Hotel, Eagle Brow, Lymm, Cheshire 
07919 270916
Fri 19 Sep 2008
to Sat 20 Sep 2008 Deal Maritime Festival, Kent. 25th Anniversary. Friday evening concert spot, Saturday lunchtime workshop.
01304 239765
Sat 11 Oct 2008 The Red Lion, Kings Heath, Birmingham ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
0121 472 4253
Sat 18 Oct 2008 The Kennedy Hall, Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regents Park Road, Camden Town, London, NW1 7AY. CEILIDH with MR GUBBINS' BICYCLE. Part of The Big National Ceilidh.
www.bignationalceilidh.co.uk | 020 7485 2206
Sat 25 Oct 2008 The Lewes Arms Folk Club, Lewes, Sussex Daytime workshops on modes, and accompaniments for both songs and tunes. Evening folk club performance.
Fri 7 Nov 2008 The Musical Traditions Club, The King and Queen, 1 Foley Street, London W1 6DL 
0208 340 6530
Sat 8 Nov 2008
to Sun 9 Nov 2008 Folk South West West Country Carols Weekend, Sidmouth, Devon 
www.folksw.org.uk | 01935 822911
Fri 14 Nov 2008 Phoenix Ceilidhs, St Mary's Catholic Club, Horwich, Lancashire, BL6 5QS. CEILIDH with MR GUBBINS' BICYCLESat 22 Nov 2008 The Kennedy Hall, Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regents Park Rd, Camden Town, London NW1 7AY CEILIDH with MR GUBBINS' BICYCLE. Folk Camps Society 40th Birthday Party
020 7485 2206
Fri 28 Nov 2008 The Rising Sun, Ermin Street, Stockcross, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 8LG CAROLLING & CRUMPETS - Solo Christmas Show
01488 608131
Fri 5 Dec 2008 The Queens Head Folk Club, Monmouth Finally - a replacement date for the gig that got lost in the floods!
01291 641369
Fri 12 Dec 2008 The Floor, St Michael's Village Hall, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire 
Sun 14 Dec 2008 The Church Hall, Sproughton, Ipswich, Suffolk. CAROLLING & CRUMPETS - Solo Christmas Show.
01473 742334
Thu 8 Jan 2009 The Royal Oak, Station Street, Lewes, Sussex THE SULTANS OF SQUEEZE - John Kirkpatrick & Chris ParkinsonSun 5 Jul 2009 The Fox & Goose, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 6AZ JK performing at 3.00 p.m.
01422 842649
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