FOLK TRAIN GALLERY - 2007


23 January 2007

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Jim MacDonald and Friends (who turned out to be Martin Harwood and Cath James of Skyhook) gave us a superb Burns special which was only short of a haggis or two!

27 February 2007

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The Ugly Mug Jug Band brought a new dimension to the Folk Train proceedings. Eccentric music with an eccentric collection of instruments and p.a. equipment!

27 March 2007

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Crazy Crow made their first appearance on the Folk Train after a very long break and brought BBC's Countryfile team with them!

24 April 2007

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The Down Trodden String Band brought a number of  Well Heeled dancers with them to complete a very enjoyable evening.

22 May 2007

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The Litle Bigfoot Band stood in at the last minute to replace Airs & Graces. Any disappointment was dispelled by these great performers.

26 June 2007

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The Day after the big flood. The Folk Train was cancelled.

24 July 2007

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Handsworth Traditional Sword Dancers made a welcome return with their entertaining road-show.

28 August 2007

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Treebeard managed to find some good weather and went al fresco. Thanks to Ron & Jenny for looking after things and Trevor for the pictures.

25 September 2007

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Newcomers to the Folk Train Wholesome Fish gave us an entertaining mix of country blues and Appalachian,  with a bit of Cajun and gypsy thrown.

6 October 2007

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The Transport Partnership's Celebration Event took place at New Mills Town Hall. Lots of stalls and speeches and a band from Manchester. We took our good friends The Downtrodden String band.

23 October 2007

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The Folk Festival Special gave us a fine selection of local performers, with some interesting new line-ups for good measure.

22 November 2007

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The Well Dressed Band brought along a line-up of 18 fine musicians - is it a record?

18 December 2007

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The Sheffield Folk Chorale squeezed us into a very tight schedule and, despite lack of leader Graham, again demonstrated why they are held in such high regard.

 

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