Thursday, August 26, 2010

UK Podcasts - Andy Roberts

This is just a listing post for the entry of Andy Roberts Podcast at the UK podcasts directory:

UK Podcasts - Andy Roberts

Saturday, August 21, 2010

New Videos from Andy Roberts music 21 August 2010

New Videos from Andy Roberts music 21 August 2010

Posting a selection of new videos that have been published on the youTube channel in the last week or so. two of them are from Havering Folk Club taken with the canon camera and the others are edited out from the Ustream recording which is taken directly from the built in webcam.



* The Last Nail - Andy Roberts boat building folk song
* Wrecked Again - Michael Chapman cover Andy Roberts hfc
* You Can't Say "NO" to that Woman
* Deep River Blues + Nobody Know You When You're Down And Out
* You Can Count On Me | Andy Roberts
* Doing it all alone
* Hesitation Blues - Andy Roberts Podcast Episode 6

Three of the songs are Andy Roberts original songs and the rest are covers or traditional


Andy Roberts Weekly podcast at http://andyroberts.me

Sunday, August 08, 2010

Beginning August Havering and Romford Folk Club

Let's see now where are we.... The last entry here was for HFC on 21st July and since then I've done two podcasts, episode 4 the Loudon Wainwright Special and episode 5 on Folk Music, missed a week at Havering when I was still in central London due to a trackside fire at Romford, and last week made a first appearance at Romford Folk Club on the Tuesday, right after the podcast, which is not to be confused with Havering folk club which is also in Romford.

Both folk club events were member's special nights which I didn't want to miss.

Romford Folk Club


Clive and Linda aka Ploughman's Lunch guested at Romford Folk Club which is held every Tuesday downstairs at the Sun pub, not all that far from the Golden Lion really.

THE SUN
Address: 47 London Road
Romford Essex
RM7 9QA

Since Clive and Linda sing mostly traditional agricultural folk songs I played one of my own that's kind of in that style, The Rowan Tree

So it was the first time I'd ever been to that venue, due to Tuesday's not being a good night fr us usually, but it was interesting that we managed to get there after the podcast show finished at home around 7.30 and arrive in Romford and find the place still in plenty of time before the evening kicked off.

Havering Folk Club


Wednesday 3rd of August was a special members night for Phil Duffield which gave him a chance to show a wider repertoire than we normally hear from him. There was a new song Phil has written as a proposed new national anthem for Wales, which is a fine ambition to have, and the song certainly has a lot of potential become something like that with the right sort of take up.

I played a song of my own which Phil has asked me to make sure I do a bit more often so this was the perfect opportunity, the song is called "The Dream is Over" and here's the video taken with Linda's new camera:

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