Below are links to various online streaming sites or videos you might be interested in:
Gilmore and Roberts - this talented pair put up a video onto our Rolling Show on 10th April, the date they were to appear at Second Time Around. We will of course rebook at a later date and maybe they'll do a short online gig for us, who knows? In the meantime, you can go to their website and watch some videos or buy a CD (we recommend a download!) https://www.gilmoreroberts.co.uk/
YouTube: there are lots of resources for folkies on YouTube - just type in a name of an artist and you'll soon be able to go there and watch all sorts of things!
Folk on Foot Festival 2: https://www.folkonfoot.com/festival
Paul Carbuncle: if you are yearning for some carbuncular entertainment - and missed his appearance at the Club on 20th March (which has the distinction of being the first gig we had to cancel!) go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6uI2pib3bmZqNh0iwU-i2yxNkuOzBEkD
where you will find an abundance! Hours of fun for all the family!
Belper-based Andy Inns runs Black Dog Radio which streams live on the internet on Saturday morning and has music to play at other times: https://black-dog-radio.com/
Irish music available at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/VatTradSesh
Folk at Home - a virtual folk festival, twenty-five acts including Ashley Hutchings, Steeleye Span, Banter, Home Service. Once you've paid you can watch as many times as you like. Also interviews and workshops. Tickets cost £25 (proceeds to support young artists who have lost gigs and are struggling to survive). https://www.folksathome.co.uk/
Keith Urban - country - streams live plus vids availailable for repeat: https://www.facebook.com/keithurban/
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Sing a song, play a tune, play or sing along with others - even read a poem! Or just come and listen. These nights are the life-blood of the folk club, where regulars and visitors alike entertain, share, develop.
Every month or so we welcome a guest artist who will perform two full sets. Half a dozen of our regulars are invited to do a 'floor spot'.
One of our Singers' Nights each month features a longer set by one or two of our regulars. On other occasions we welcome a locally based 'act' to do two short (20 minute) sets, leaving plenty of room for floor singers. We also put on regular 'special' events: Burns Night, St George's, St Patrick's and American Independence Nights.