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Live Folk Venues in Scotland

Mo 30 Aug 98 - 01:23 PM
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Subject: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: Mo
Date: 30 Aug 98 - 01:23 PM

Seeing as the English Folk Venues thread is now well under way, how about the Scottish Version? Unbeleviably, I'm having difficulty finding a folk venue in the Glasgow/West Coast area - help!! Cheers, Mo


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Subject: RE: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: skw@worldmusic.de
Date: 07 Sep 98 - 03:43 AM

Try the Living Tradition magazine. It carries folk club listings. The next issue is due in October.

eMail: living.tradition@almac.co.uk. (They used to have a Gopher homepage but I never managed to access it. It isn't in the last few issues, so they may be in the process of changing over to the www.)

Snailmail: P.O.Box 1026, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA2 0LG, Scotland, Fax GB 01563-544 855).

Or, given a couple of weeks, I could copy and post the addresses to this thread. I'll see what others come up with.

In Glasgow there is the New Dawn Folk Club, but it has recently moved to a new venue. I'll look up the address. - Susanne


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Subject: RE: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: skw@worldmusic.de
Date: 07 Sep 98 - 03:45 AM

Try the Living Tradition magazine. It carries folk club listings. The next issue is due in October.

eMail: living.tradition@almac.co.uk. (They used to have a Gopher homepage but I never managed to access it. It isn't in the last few issues, so they may be in the process of changing over to the www.)

Snailmail: P.O.Box 1026, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA2 0LG, Scotland, Fax GB 01563-544 855).

Or, given a couple of weeks, I could copy and post the addresses to this thread. I'll see what others come up with.

In Glasgow there is the New Dawn Folk Club, but it has recently moved to a new venue. I'll look up the address. - Susanne


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Subject: RE: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: skw@worldmusic.de
Date: 07 Sep 98 - 03:46 AM

Try the Living Tradition magazine. It carries folk club listings. The next issue is due in October.

eMail: living.tradition@almac.co.uk. (They used to have a Gopher homepage but I never managed to access it. It isn't in the last few issues, so they may be in the process of changing over to the www.)

Snailmail: P.O.Box 1026, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA2 0LG, Scotland, Fax GB 01563-544 855).

Or, given a couple of weeks, I could copy and post the addresses to this thread. I'll see what others come up with.

In Glasgow there is the New Dawn Folk Club, but it has recently moved to a new venue. I'll look up the address. - Susanne


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Subject: RE: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: skw@worldmusic.de
Date: 07 Sep 98 - 03:47 AM

Try the Living Tradition magazine. It carries folk club listings. The next issue is due in October.

eMail: living.tradition@almac.co.uk. (They used to have a Gopher homepage but I never managed to access it. It isn't in the last few issues, so they may be in the process of changing over to the www.)

Snailmail: P.O.Box 1026, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA2 0LG, Scotland, Fax GB 01563-544 855).

Or, given a couple of weeks, I could copy and post the addresses to this thread. I'll see what others come up with.

In Glasgow there is the New Dawn Folk Club, but it has recently moved to a new venue. I'll look up the address. - Susanne


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Subject: RE: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: skw@worldmusic.de
Date: 07 Sep 98 - 03:49 AM

Try the Living Tradition magazine. It carries folk club listings. The next issue is due in October.

eMail: living.tradition@almac.co.uk. (They used to have a Gopher homepage but I never managed to access it. It isn't in the last few issues, so they may be in the process of changing over to the www.)

Snailmail: P.O.Box 1026, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA2 0LG, Scotland, Fax GB 01563-544 855).

Or, given a couple of weeks, I could copy and post the addresses to this thread. I'll see what others come up with.

In Glasgow there is the New Dawn Folk Club, but it has recently moved to a new venue. I'll look up the address. - Susanne


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Subject: RE: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: skw@worldmusic.de
Date: 07 Sep 98 - 03:52 AM

Try the Living Tradition magazine. It carries folk club listings. The next issue is due in October.

eMail: living.tradition@almac.co.uk. (They used to have a Gopher homepage but I never managed to access it. It isn't in the last few issues, so they may be in the process of changing over to the www.)

Snailmail: P.O.Box 1026, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire KA2 0LG, Scotland, Fax GB 01563-544 855).

Or, given a couple of weeks, I could copy and post the addresses to this thread. I'll see what others come up with.

In Glasgow there is the New Dawn Folk Club, but it has recently moved to a new venue. I'll look up the address. - Susanne


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Subject: RE: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: skw@worldmusic.de
Date: 07 Sep 98 - 05:14 AM

Oops! - This wasn't meant as plug overkill for the Living Tradition, much as I admire it. I simply was distracted by a request from my boss, and unless I go on searching or switch off the connection, the machine simply goes on posting. Just pressing the Forum Home button doesn't seem to be enough. And I thought I'd learned to avoid multiple posting! Apologies all round. - Susanne


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Subject: RE: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: Ewan McV
Date: 08 Sep 98 - 04:42 AM

Also consult The Scottish Folk Directory, or the Scottish Folk Arts Group. Contact they give I have not checked myself, as under

http://www.scotfolk.home.ml.org.

New Dawn Club moved to The Queen's Club, also there's the Black Bull and the Lomond FC.

All the energy moved to festivals years many years ago. Check out Celtic Commections each January. Or come to the Better Crack Storytelling Club, second Thursday of the month, 8pm on, in Wintergill's Pub,226 Great Western Road.

Ewan McV


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Subject: RE: Live Folk Venues in Scotland
From: Mo
Date: 08 Sep 98 - 07:02 AM

Thanks guys, I appreciate the help and I'll no doubt see you there!


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