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February-March 2021 Folk London


Featuring: An obituary of Kieran Halpin, how the Traditional Song Forum is thriving, and memories of Jim Radford

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Traditional Song Forum: how folk research is blossoming in the Zoom age
Kieran Halpin, 1955-20: obituary of the hard-touring troubadour
• Livestreaming in lockdown: top tips for small venues
• My friend Jim Radford: remembering the shantyman’s lifelong fight for peace and justice
• Reviews: Various artists: Working River | Edgelarks: Henry Martin | Show of Hands: Now We Are Four Live | Cunning Folk: A Casual Invocation | Oka Vanga: Oka Vanga | Ninebarrow: A Pocket Full Of Acorns | Mossy Christian: Come Nobles And Heroes | Zoë Wren: Reckless River | Bruce Lindsay: Two Bold Singermen And The English Folk Revival | The Chair: Orkney Monster | Steven John Birks: Along The Tracks | Kleztory: Momentum | Ron Jappy: Vincular | The 19th Street Band: Diamond In The Rough | Adam Beattie: Somewhere Round The Bend | Chris Flegg: Twenty’s Plenty | Yvonne Lyon: Growing Wild | Stephen Clark: The Lady Aurora | John Blek: Digressions #2 – Grounded

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