Folk Off The Rails
The Crabtree, Shoreham-by-sea
9 and 10 July 2022
Saturday 9 July
2pm - about 8.30 or later………
2pm: The Rude Mechanicals: Multi-instrumental traditional music from here and elsewhere from a talented group of musicians.
Ukulele Country: A lively and enthusiastic band of performers playing varied styles on the increasingly popular ukulele.
Martin Allen: Self-penned, contemporary and traditional songs from a local singer, ably
accompanying himself on guitar.
The Mighty Meddlers: Pure folk to ballads and even the odd pop song, suitably meddled with, and performed on piano, guitar, violin and vocals.
4pm-ish: The Wellington Wailers: Shoreham's very own popular shanty crew - 'a group of like-minded seadogs' dedicated to singing songs of the sea.
Diddlyjig: Tunes in the Irish tradition on live acoustic instruments. Guaranteed to set the toes tapping!
Kevin Barber: A talented singer and guitarist performing Americana and self-composed songs.
6pm-ish: Woodie: Blues with slide guitar and authentic vocals. The Mississippi delta transported to Shoreham!
The Fiery Clockface: Songs and tunes mainly in the folk style from the British Isles and beyond on accordion, whistles, guitar, mandolin, bass and fiddle.
Alfonso the Magnificent: The band mix the traditional genres of folk, Latin, jazz and classical music to create a unique sound of their own, performing original songs, from melancholic ballads to toe-tapping upbeat dance tunes.
8.30pm-ish ….. finish
Sunday 10 July
2pm - about 7pm
2pm: Slipjig: Popular Shoreham band performing Irish jigs, reels and songs on a diverse range of traditional instruments.
Reel And A Net: Tunes and songs with an eclectic range of influences, some railway inspired, some traditional some self-written
Temporary Measured Morris Side: Dances from this lively mixed North West Morris team based in Washington, West Sussex.
Di and Wolfie: Americana-style songs with lovely vocals and excellent flat-picking guitar-work.
4pm-ish: John de Little and Annie Mason: Traditional and more recent songs with voice and guitar along with an excellent fiddle accompaniment.
Five Shades of Grey: Bag-pipes, hurdy-gurdy, melodeon, fiddle, who knows what else! A veritable musical feast of pieces from France and elsewhere.
The Valentinos: Americana, blues and country with an occasional touch of folk.
6pm-ish: The Fiery Clockface: Songs and tunes mainly in the folk style from the British Isles and beyond on accordion, whistles, guitar, mandolin, bass and fiddle.