John Dunleavy 14th May 2018
Beth Burrows 11th June 2018
Dom Prag 18th June 2018
Campbell / Taylor 13th August 2018

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Sadie and Jay
(Monday 21st May 2018)

We welcome to Saltburn Folk Club on Monday 21st May Sadie and Jay from Brisbane Australia
Sadie and Jay sing captivating songs accompanied by intricate finger style guitar and double bass.
Their contemporary and original folk music styles have leanings to the alternative with a tinge of blues and roots. Blending vocals of rare calibre with an evocative back-drop
of traditional folk instruments this duo perform intimate, expressive and resonant music.

With Welsh heritage, Sadie's love for singing is instinctive. Born in England and raised in Australia, Sadie's distinctive voice and versatility led her to perform in bands, theatre and cabaret. From singing jazz & blues with pianist Michael Kenny to world & roots music with The Romaniac's, Sadie has performed with accomplished musicians enriching her spellbinding vocal ability.
Born in Scotland and raised in New Zealand, Jay grew up in a musical family immersed in traditional British folk music. For many years Jay has been a member of the PENMANS, a four part family A-Capella group. This collection of brother, sisters and father have entertained at folk festivals and concerts in New Zealand. Their album "Homemade Jam" is a celebration of the traditional folk genre.


Beth Burrows
(Monday 11th June 2018)

Beth at Musicport.1

Beth has a love of music which embraces many genres, but her main love is discovering old "not so well known" traditional poems and folk songs which tell a story or present a message, researching their origins and bringing them into the limelight.
She enjoys songs about local people and places by local songwriters both old and new, but also likes to include well-loved favorites such as Dylan, Fairport Convention, Mary Black...loads more, too many to mention here.
Having spent many years in Suffolk as a regular performer at various weekly singarounds she moved back “home” to the North York Moors a few years ago. She has become a member of several local folk clubs and is establishing herself in the North East.
Quote from the lady herself “My love of music and singing comes not from instruction or formal teaching, but from a place of pure emotion and a love of words and notes. Gathered from life experiences and observations I sing what touches my heart. The world is full of wonderful music and there is not enough time to listen to or sing it all!!!”

Dom Prag (Monday 18th June 2018)


Campbell/Taylor are a Lincolnshire based folk duo. They sing a mix of traditional and contemporary folk songs, with an occasional dash of Americana.

Mark Campbell, an accomplished guitar player and singer, has been a stalwart of the folk and acoustic music scene in the Grimsby and surrounding areas for almost 30 years. In the middle of 2015 he was joined by Linda, and they have developed a distinct sound of twin line harmony singing.

They perform at various folk clubs, festivals and charity events, and are active members of Grimsby and Louth folk clubs.

‘The best live harmonies ever on this show...’ Chris Berrow, (BBC Radio Lincolnshire presenter)


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