Spalding Folk Club is looking forward to its first visit by Newcastle upon Tyne duo, Jinski, on Wednesday, March 5 at the South Holland Centre.
The pairing of Liverpool born Steve Wegrzynski and Geordie lad Dave Kennedy perform original singer-songwriter material with a folk flavour supported by sensitive acoustic guitar arrangements.
They are seasoned performers in their own right and since joining forces over the last couple of years are starting to feature on the folk festival circuit.
The event starts at 8.15pm in the Lounge Bar.
Next Thursday, March 6, Peterborough’s Key Theatre hosts a concert with The Young’uns. The Teesside trio have established themselves on the folk scene with their blend of tuneful close harmonies and gentle humour. You will be guaranteed a most entertaining evening.
The popular No Frills Ceilidh will be back again at St Mary’s Church hall, Rose Lane, Pinchbeck, at 7.30pm next Friday, March 7. The Beltonas will provide the music with Sue Grey as caller and Slapdash will give a display of Appalachian clog dancing.
Don’t forget the usual regular folk events in Spalding. The monthly tune session is held in the bar at the Lincoln Arms, Bridge Street, at about 8.30pm on the second Thursday of each month.
Spalding Folk Club’s singaround takes place at the Welland Yacht Club, Cradge Bank at 8pm on the third Thursday.
Boston Folk Club has its monthly session at the Eagle, West Street, Boston, on Monday, March 10. Guests on the evening are Rob Van Sante and Alan Reid.Dutch born guitarist Rob supported John Conolly at the club last September and now he returns in his own right. He is joined by Alan Reid, a member of the Battlefield Band from its inception in 1969 until 2010.
Liz Padgett’s next fortnightly two-hour folk broadcast starts at 7pm on Tuesday, March 11 on Spalding’s very own Tulip Radio – 107.5FM or by direct play from its website www.tulip-radio.co.uk
Tom Lane hosts his weekly half-hour of folk on 94.9FM BBC Radio Lincolnshire every Wednesday at 6.30pm.
To keep abreast with what is going on in Spalding’s folk scene visit www.spaldingfolkclub.co.uk, the club’s own Facebook page or Pete Shaw’s www.peterboroughfolkdiary.org.uk