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nygelgoose Matthew Ord .@ The Goose Is Out FEB 12th (4) Matthew Ord .@ The Goose Is Out FEB 12th 03 Feb 10


venue: The Magnolia 211 Lordship Lane.(corner of Pellatt Road ).Friday 12th Feb/8.00pm. 6/5(floorspots)

floorspots welcome , email beforehand if you want to be sure of a slot. http://www.thegooseisout.com

We are delighted to welcome Matthew back to the Goose .He is an exceptional singer and guitarist. Here is some info ,and a youtube clip.big grin

MATTHEW ORD is a London based singer and guitarist with a fresh take on the traditional music of the British Isles and North America. A dedicated musician with a deep passion for folk music from an early age, his repertoire reflects the length and breadth of these traditions, drawing together the Delta and Piedmont blues, Scots and English Ballads, jigs, reels, slow airs, nursery rhymes and protest songs, all skilfully performed with warmth and conviction.

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Review of "So Early In The Spring" Matthews debut album .

"Matthew Ord's rejuvenating debut solo album CD 'Early in the Spring' is a journey through traditional British and North American roots music. Ord has extensively toured Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Norway, the southern U.S. and Canada.

Each song is delivered in such a personalized way that you can't help but fall in love with the dreams each character follows...... a breathtaking and lovingly constructed album" smileys with beer

Lisa Torem www.pennyblackmusic.co.uk


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