Folk | the guide to folk, roots and acoustic music in the South-east Midlands Profile

Title:Shire Folk | the guide to folk, roots and acoustic music in the South-east Midlands

Description:Shire Folk | the guide to folk, roots and acoustic music in the South-east Midlands Shire Folk is a free, A5, bimonthly magazine covering folk, roots and acoustic music in and around the South Midland


Discover website stats, rating, details and status online. Read and write reviews or vote to improve it ranking. Check alliedvsaxis duplicates with related css, domain relations, most used words, social networks references. Find out where is server located. Use our online tools to find owner and admin contact info. Go to regular site Information

Website / Domain:
Website IP Address:
Domain DNS Server:,,, Rank

Alexa Rank: 0
OursSite Rank: 0
Google Page Rank: 0/10 (Google Pagerank Has Been Closed) Traffic & Earnings

Purchase/Sale Value: $0
Daily Revenue: $0
Monthly Revenue: $0
Yearly Revenue: $0
Daily Unique Visitors: 0
Monthly Unique Visitors: 0
Yearly Unique Visitors: 0 WebSite Httpheader

StatusCode 200
Content-Type text/html
Date Sun, 19 Nov 2017 09:49:12 GMT
Server Apache Keywords accounting

Keyword Count Percentage Similar Website

Domain WebSite Title Folk, Acoustic and Roots Music in East Kent : Folk Argyll Acoustic ? Ceilidh, Folk, Traditional and Roots Music Artree | The Best in Folk, Roots & Acoustic Music Folk Roots List | Folk Roots List - Folk, roots, acoustic & world music and dance THE MIKE HARDING FOLK SHOW – The very best in folk, roots and acoustic music fRoots - the essential worldwide folk & roots music guide East Riding Acoustic - Folk and Acoustic Music Venues in East Yorkshire Acoustic East | East Anglian Folk and Acoustic Music collective folkandroots | Welcome to Folk and Roots, The online guide to the Folk, Roots and Acoustic Scene ar... Baldock & Letchworth blues, folk and roots Club - live acoustic music Folk 21 - East Midlands FOLK-LEGENDS ACOUSTIC MUSIC Traditional, folk and acoustic music FOLK-LEGENDS ACOUSTIC MUSIC South Bay Folks: a grassroots community of musicians and lovers of folk and acoustic music Poppy's Folk & Acoustic Music Evenings Hadleigh Folk and Acoustic Music Nights James Avery - Acoustic roots/folk/country Traffic Sources Chart Alexa Rank History Chart aleax Html To Plain Text

Shire Folk | the guide to folk, roots and acoustic music in the South-east Midlands Shire Folk is a free, A5, bimonthly magazine covering folk, roots and acoustic music in and around the South Midlands. It has been produced for around 25 years on a not-for-profit basis, paid for by advertising revenue. Each issue includes news items, both local and national, artist interviews, festival and gig reviews, as well as reviews of about 30 new CDs. From our base in Oxford, we distribute 1800–2000 copies through an intricate network of folk clubs, record shops, libraries, music venues, pubs, morris dancing teams, festivals and individuals. Click here to see a list of places that receive bulk copies of Shire Folk. We think you can safely assume that well over 4000 people read each issue. If you want to make sure you get a copy of the magazine , then you can have it delivered at a charge of £10 for the next six issues. Full details are on the Subscribe page. We accept advertising on all folk-related subjects; rates and copy dates can be found on the Advertise page. If you wish to see a sample copy please email us or write to us using the details on the Contact page. Graham Hobbs & Jonathan Roscoe Co-Editors, Shire Folk Editorial Folk festivals aside, how do you like to watch folk music? The classic way is the folk club, often in a room above a pub. These clubs range in size and quality, and can sometimes be daunting places to visit. I recently went to a club I hadn’t visited for a while and it was obvious everyone else knew each other. A lady approached me and without introduction said ‘Who are you?’ I explained I was one of the Editors of Shire Folk and we then had a marvellous conversation about all things folky. She tried to get me to sing in the floor spot, but believe me that would not have been a good idea. Floor spots are one of the cornerstones of the folk club and you can discover some wonderful new acts. I recently saw Kirsty Bromley sing two songs at a local club and she was worth the admission price on her own. Others are perhaps not quite so accomplished and in my opinion floor spots should not take up an hour and a half, when you have paid to see the main act. Comfort can also be an issue at folk clubs. I went to one recently in the north of England that seated 60 people, but I swear every seat was different, ranging from what looked like a reproduction Chippendale to a plastic garden chair! Custom built arts centres are springing up all over the country and folk music is finding a home in many of them. Unlike most folk clubs, you often get a numbered seat, there is a fixed start and finish time and a support act replaces the floor singer. However, you don’t get a raffle or the folk club banter and the whole experience can feel more clinical. It is good to see churches being used more for folk music. The acoustics can be brilliant, but the seating and restricted views can be an issue. So, you pay your money and take your choice, but let’s all go to more live music and keep this brilliant tradition going. Graham Hobbs Home Features 2016 John McCusker Rachel Newton Ewan McLennan Emily Barker White Horse Whisperers Kelly Oliver Bella Hardy Oxfolk Ceilidh 2015 Nettlebed 40th Birthday Bash Said the Maiden Sam Sweeney Adam Holmes Robin Bennett Megan Henwood The Young’uns Jackie Oates Josienne Clarke August List Duotone Ninebarrow Chris Leslie Blackbeards Tea Party Winter/Wilson Magic Lantern who is also Jamie Doe Mark Olson ... from 2014 Seth Lakeman Chris Wood Levellers Dennis Greaves Jess Morgan Blair Dunlop Sarah McQuaid Magpie Lane Cara Dillon John Spiers Megson Blair Dunlop O’Hooley & Tidow The Willows – Pride of Cambridge Sean Taylor Where to find Folking around Top 10 Gig diary Sessions Advertise Subscribe Contact Whois