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GUEST,Guest - Lin Bunjies folk cellar coffee house (137* d) RE: Bunjies folk cellar coffee house 07 Dec 10

Bunjies was my favourite folk music place to visit when I was in London. Great, great memories of Hratch (still in touch) at Christmas, Brackenwood, Sippy, Russ Shipton and Mike Lee. By the way does anyone know what Mike Lee is doing these days? He was a really good singer and did justice to covers of Ralph McTell songs.

I remember Brackenwood. It seems like I kind of recall that one of them or perhaps both worked at the airport (not sure where) in the cargo area. Anyway, they were great and the audience really loved them too.

Also, does anyone remember a girl that hung out there (I don't think she was a singer) but she was very tall, long black hair and from Hawaii? We always used to chat about the music but don't know if anyone would remember her. This would have been in the mid 1980's to late 1980's. She was always there when Brackenwood played and when Mike Lee played there.

I remember always ordering the lasagne which was really good!

Is Bunjies still there or is there some other veune/restaurant there now? I don't live in England so I have been out of touch with what happened to Bunjies.

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