Featuring North East Artists of the Month The Teacups
Kate Locksley, Will Finn, Rosie Calvert and Alex Cumming comprise this vocal quartet, all students on the Newcastle University Folk degree. They have produced a debut album, "One For the Pot", which I thoroughly enjoyed and I know audiences up and down the country over the summer have been enjoyed their glorious harmonies. On my monthly podcast (See below) three songs are featured. The album is of traditional material, with some creative arrangements from the Teacups. I loved it and I hope you enjoy hearing the songs on the podcast and are tempted to dive fully into the Teapot and possibly pick up a copy!
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Podcast Newcastle Roots Music Radio October 2013
A monthly podcast to the best in World, Folk and Roots Music and a North East England Gig Guide at Soundcloud, Podomatic and iTunes!
Artist & Weblink/Track/Album
The Teacups/ Dance to Your Daddy/One for the Pot
The Teacups/Jolly Rogues/ One for the Pot
The John Langan Band/Emphysema/Bones of Contention
Moore Moss and Rutter/ William Taylor’s Hornpipe/ Moore Moss and Rutter
Seth Lakeman/The White Hare/Freedom Fields
Black Umfolosi/Take Me Home/Unity
Arifa/ Kids Play
Emma Sweeney/The Wheels of the World/Pangea
Mary Coughlan/You Can Leave Your Hat On/Red Blues
Ange Hardy/My Old Man/Bare Foot Folk
David Gibb and Elly Lucas/England’s Skies/Up Through the Woods
Pip Mountjoy/Barely Awake/Your Skeleton
/Danse de la Limonade/Money Isn’t Everything
The Mighty Doonans/Step It Out Mary/The Mighty Doonans
Sean Taylor/Love Bleeds/Chase the Night
Catfish Keith/Kauaiian Cowboy/A Fist Full of Riffs
Ralph McTell/Scarborough Fair/The Definitive Collection
Steve Tilston and Maggie Boyle/Here’s to Tom Paine/All Under the Sun
Tomlin Leckie/From Any Fool/We Are Stories
Arun Ghosh/After the Monsoon/A South Asian Suite
The Teacups/The Lincolnshire Poacher/ One for the Pot
North East Gig Guide: Folk, Roots and World
This month and in November there will not be a North East
gig guide on this website due to being away very soon, and
practically it ain't going to be possible. However, follow me
on Twitter and like me on Facebook for gig news, and of
course listen to my podcast (see above) and my radio show
(see below)! I am hoping to have a new website ready for
December with improved gig coverage.
Roots of the World Show on Hive Radio
between 5 and 6pm on the 13th and 27th October!
a day or two after the show!
Playlists below, on Mixcloud and on my Facebook page
North East Music Monthly is a new, free and exciting music magazine for Newcastle/Gateshead which comes out monthly which includes articles, previews, reviews (gigs and albums) and artist features available at lots of places throughout Newcastle/Gateshead. More info can be found here.
If you would like to buy some of the music you have heard on my podcast/radio show or anywhere else of the world/roots/folk kind, why not consider supporting an independent store specialising in this music, Coda Music, Edinburgh click here.
Waka Waka Africa North East, is a northeast England organisation promoting African culture including music For information click here!
Latino Events North East include music and more at Café Ernest in the Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle every Sunday, as well as other Latino events. For more info click here!
GemArtsUK: Culturally diverse dynamic arts organisation promoting particularly but not exclusively Asian arts. More info click here!
Crossings: Community Music Group based in Newcastle, committed to using music to bridge barriers. Interested in getting involved: Click here!
Newcastle Roots Music Radio November 2013 podcast will be out on Saturday November 2nd. The North East artist of the month for that podcast is as yet to be confirmed. Also don't forget my radio show on Hive Radio ! Thanks for your interest, spread the word, support the music, venues and promoters and take care.