Christchurch Folk Music Club
Highlights from the final concert of the 7th New Zealand National Folk Festival – 1971
Highlights from the final concert of the 7th New Zealand National Folk Festival held on 6th June 1971 at St James Theatre, Wellington, broadcast on 2ZB 3rd October 1971.
The Rocky Road To Dublin – Bill Taylor
Frankie And Johnny – Mitch Park
The Lady Came From Baltimore – Sunday’s Problem
Peggy And The Soldier – Phil Garland
High Germany – Phil Garland
Ye Jacobite’s My Name – Kilderkin
Searching For Lands – Kilderkin
Snows – John Sutherland
Folsom Prison Blues – Graham Wilson and The Stoney Creek Ramblers
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21 March 2020 - New Zealand went into Level 4 Lockdown - People were instructed to stay at home in their bubble and leave their residence only for essential travel. This meant the Club had to innovate -
Article care of: Christchurch City Council "Folk music is the voice of the community, the voice that traditionally comforts the disturbed and disturbs the comfortable. It is the music that binds the generations together, the harmony that bridges ages, cultures...
By Tony HaleLiz Nichol is known to folk music audiences in recent times mainly from her collaborations with other musicians. But in the early days of the Folk Club she was a frequently booked solo artist at the Bedford Row Folk Centre. In fact, the records for 1972-3...