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6 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

Fancy a fix of live folk music while we are all stuck at home? The fabulous Folk on Foot podcast is hosting a Front Room Festival tomorrow from 2pm. A stellar cast of UK folk luminaries are performing half hour sets from their respective front rooms - including Karine Polwart, Martin Simpson, Kris Drever, Julie Fowlis, Peggy Seeger and many more. You can catch it on YouTube or FaceBook - just search for Folk on Foot. The running order has just been released... ...

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7 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

MARCH CLUB NIGHT CANCELLED
In light of the Coronavirus lock down the Folk Club will not meet on Friday 27th March and until it is safe for us all to meet up again, we will keep you posted.
Stay safe and we'll see you on the other side.
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7 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

Songs of The North East Scotland and More
Doric Songs by The Cruden Bay Folk Club
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8 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

Div ye like a thochtie o the doric ?
Fowk Club committe member Jill MacWilliam has been developing her ain website tae celebrate aa things Doric.

Includit on the doric future website are muckle o interesting articles interviews an a pucklie music.
If ye like a thochtie o the Doric, ye can get tae aire bi clicking www.doricfuture.co.uk
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8 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

Bratach Bana - Fund Raising CD
In 2006 a group of local musicians formed a band called Bratach Bana who recorded the highly acclaimed album, Shetland Lights.

At the heart of Bratach Bana was our Folf Club Secretary Scott Thompson, who along with 5 other talented performers launched their seminal album at the 2007 Stonehaven Folk Festival.

Cruden Bay Folk Club are pleased to announce that we now have in our possession the remaining copies of this fantastic album and they are now on sale through the club for just £5.00, with all proceeds going towards the clubs charity fund.

If you'd like to hear the title track, just link across to the club website where you can find out more.

www.crudenbayfolkclub.co.uk
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9 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

Did we tell you anything goes, at cruden Bay Folk Club? Well here's a wee blast from a past club night to get you in the mood. ...

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9 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

some nice wee clips of the Killie Lounge Bar club nights, for much more info about our Folk Club check out www.crudenbayfolkclub.co.uk ...

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9 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

At 11:00pm on Friday 31st January 2020, performers at Cruden Bay Folk Club joined others across Europe to mark an historic moment in time. Wheter a remainer or a leaver, this Burns / Marley mash up will hopefully make you smile, and bring a tear to your eye at the same time. ...

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9 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

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9 months ago

Cruden Bay Folk Club

Annual Charitable Donation 2019:

Cruden Bay Folk Club are proud to continue the tradition of making a charitable donation, with the Folk Club December Raffle being topped up to £200 and the proceeds from Brian McAulay’s Christmas Karaoke, and a much appreciated donation from the Folk Clubs hosts, the Kilmarnock Arms in Cruden Bay (The Killie), raised an additioanl £180.

A cheque for £380 was presented to the Salvation Army Food Bank in Peterhead onTuesday the 28th January at the Salvation Army hall in Peterhead.

Michael Bower (left), Joint Treasurer of the Cruden Bay Folk Club, seen presenting a cheque to Alec Sutherland of the Peterhead Salvation Army Core.
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Skein after skein of geese overhead this afternoon, returning to this corner of Scotland for winter and filling the Sunday still with their sky-squawks. One song, for me anyway, goes with this time of year. Their have been many fine versions of this over the years, but none beat the great and much missed Jim Reid's, the Angus man who originally set Violet Jacob's poem to music. For faraway Scots, or anybody else missing home, anywhere.
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1 years ago

Kenny McKenzie

3/4 of The Fonsecas performing a rousing reggae version of Drunken Sailor. ...

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The Russell Taylor Band in full flight, nailing Old Dan Tucker. ...

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Iona Fyfe with Aiden Moodie delivering a wonderful version of the Michael Marra classic "Take Me Out Drinking Tonight". Cruden Bay, 31 August 2019. ...

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This weekend folks ! Please share widely, and don't forget the singing and guitar accompaniment workshops at 10:30am in the morning (see early posts), ...

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Cruden Bay Folk Club's big weekend is fast approaching. Regular club night on Friday 30 August from 9pm in the Kilmarnock Arms Hotel followed the next day, Saturday 31 August, by workshops on singing and guitar accompaniment from award-winning singer Iona Fyfe and guitarist Aiden Moodie - just £3 on the door at Port Erroll Village Hall from 10:30am.

Then, in the evening of Saturday 31 August from 7:30pm (Doors at 7) at Port Erroll Public Hall, Cruden Bay Folk Club is delighted to present THE IONA FYFE DUO in concert with support from The Russell Taylor Band. Tickets a remarkable £6 available from Cruden Bay Post Office or the Kelpie Studio.

Bring your own snacks/drinks. Support the Club by sharing widely.
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