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GUEST,Banjiman Wendy Arrowsmith- UK (South) March Tour (10) Wendy Arrowsmith- UK (South) March Tour 20 Feb 12


On tour in the South 7th - 13th March. why not give her some support?

07/03/2012 Baldock & Letchworth Folk Club The The Orange Tree, Baldock SG7 5AW
09/03/2012 Wessex Acoustic Folk Club The Royal British Legion Blandford Forum, Dorset DT11 7AD
10/03/2012 Redditch Renegades Folk Club House Concert Redditch
11/03/2012 Horsham Folk Club Horsham Sussex
12/03/2012 Croydon Folk Club Ruskin House Croydon Surrey
13/03/2012 Romford Folk Club THE SUN, Romford Essex RM7 9QA
15/03/2012 Anchor Folk Club The Blue Anchor Byfleet Surrey KT14 7RL
16/03/2012 Orpington Friday Folk The Liberal Club Orpington Kent BR6 0RZ
18/03/2012 Reading Folk Club Reading International Solidarity Centre Reading Berks
19/03/2012 Folk On Monday Green Note London NW1 7AN (Supporting Rick Sanders Band)


Here's what George Papavgeris had to say about her gig at Herga Folk Club gig 6/2/12

"Well, the lady done good. She done very good indeed. Both the self-penned and trad material were excellent and wonderfully performed. Her voice clear, her delivery bold and purposeful, the patter enjoyable. But two songs stick out for me:

a) Wendy's rendition of the Anachie Gordon just has to be in the top three deliveries I have ever witnessed, of any ballad. And I can't even think which would be the other two, I just don't want Wendy to get too big-headed! :-)

b) Wendy's own "Isaac" deserves to get several covers, such a lovely lyric and gorgeous tune, and the theme itself not likely to get weather-worn with the years. I put it right up there with John Beavis' "New Road" (Moses and the Ref, can I sponsor you to learn it?)

Also: I recently read in a thread here about the dearth of really good female guitar players. Look no further, Wendy's guitar playing is up there with the best."

Here's one without the guitar - Annachie Gordon


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