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August-September 2022 Folk London magazine


Featuring: interviews with Stick in the Wheel and Karl Sinfield of the Sing Yonder project

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Stick in the Wheel interview: London duo on their new collaboration, Perspectives On Tradition
Sing Yonder: Karl Sinfield talks about his ambitious plan to arrange every song in the Roud index
The folk FAQ: Your questions answered in our new guide aimed at demystifying folk
The Ballad of Sue Gray: A topical song for our departing PM
• Diary and club guide: Concerts, singarounds and sessions across London and the home counties
• Reviews: Angeline Morrison: The Brown Girl And Other Folk Songs | Ye Vagabonds: Nine Waves | Stick in the Wheel with Jon1st, Nabihah Iqbal & Olugbenga: Perspectives On Tradition | Liam Cooper: Coarse And Fine | Bryony Griffith & Alice Jones: A Year Too Late And A Month Too Soon | Reverend Matthew Simpkins: Saltings | Bush Gothic: Beyond The Pale | Paul Walker & Karen Pfeiffer: Auf Wiedersehen, Me Duck | The Canny Band: The Canny Band | Tamsin Elliott: Frey | Lewis Wood: Footwork | Pharis & Jason Romero: Tell ’Em You Were Gold | Chandra Chakraborty and Saskia Griffiths-Moore: Together In Love And Separation | Damian O’Kane and Ron Block: Banjophonics | MG Boulter: A Shadow Falls Over New Brighton | Hannah Read & Michael Starkey: Cross The Rolling Water | The Lucky Ones: Slow Dance, Square Dance, Barn Dance | Mean Mary: Portrait Of A Woman (Part 1) | Alistair Aktas: The Sky Is Singing | Carol Fieldhouse: Continuum | Fraya Thomsen: Release | Antoine & Owena: Clockwork Lens | Bosun Higgs: A Most Particular Vintage

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