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October-November 2020 Folk London


Featuring: Ewan MacColl remembered, the story of Sharp’s, and folk’s racism question

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Ewan MacColl remembered: we talk to Peggy Seeger, Doc Rowe, Mac McDeson and other regulars at the twice-yearly memorial to the folk legend
Sharp’s: the story of the friendly little club at the home of folk music
• Folk and racism: why now is the time for some tough conversations
• Christmas is coming: Jeff Dent, the organiser of the Traditional Carols sessions, on this year’s plans
• Reviews: Rheingans Sisters: Receiver | Gavin Atkin: Rest You Here | Rachel Newton: To The Awe | Piers Cawley: Isolation Sessions #1 | Tommy MacDonald: Bridge At Midnight | The Wilderness Yet: The Wilderness Yet | Rura: Live At The Old Fruitmarket | Joshua Burnell: Flowers Where The Horses Sleep | Tony Wilson: A Definite Parallax | Various artists: TMSA Young Trad Tour | Ian A Anderson: Onwards! Vol 2 – A Crown Of Crows | Mike West: The Next Life | Dyble Longdon: Between A Breath And A Breath | The Supreme Art of Nothing: So This Is How It Goes | Johnny Steinberg: Shadowland

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