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June-July 2021 Folk London


Featuring: an interview with Frankie Armstrong, morris dancing’s role in rural radicalism, and obituaries of Jan Ayres and Ian ‘Mac’ McDeson

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Frankie Armstrong interview: singer and champion of the Natural Voice Network
• Dance of dissent: how morris played a role in rural radicalism
Ian ‘Mac’ McDeson, 1938-2021: obituary of the socialist, trade unionist and big-hearted Sharp’s stalwart
• Life after lockdown: roundup of folk clubs’ plans to reopen as restrictions ease
Jan Ayres, 1946-2021: obituary of the singer, poet, teacher and much-loved Waltham Abbey Folk Club organiser
• Reviews: Peggy Seeger: First Farewell | Cath & Phil Tyler: Some Heavy Hand | Peter Knight’s Gigspanner: From Poets To Wives | Teyr: Estren | Ainsley Hamill: Not Just Ship Land | Diatonics: Diatonics | Various artists: Future Folk – Friendly Faces; Different Spaces | Anna Tam: Anchoress | MG Boulter: Clifftown | Various artists: Between Islands | Paul Hutchinson: Petrichor | Gnoss: The Light Of The Moon | Lawrence Illsley: Trees | Cambridge & Walker: Wheel And Dive | Edward II: Dancing Tunes | COB: Spirit Of Love | Broon: Cosmic Ceilidh | John Renbourn Group: A Maid In Bremen | Alex Roberts: Live At The Vic Inn

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