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CV Folk News. Tu-Kay & Ryan postponed.

Catching up with CV Folk, Pete Willow reports that they had a great Christmas event on 10 December with a fabulous folk-rock evening and they thank the Albany Theatre front-of house, the bar staff and the technical staff for their assistance.

Unfortunately the next planned show with Tu-Kay & Ryan on Sunday 14 January at the Albany Theatre has had to be postponed due to illness. Pete Willow says, “Ash Tu-kay & Rebecca Ryan went down a storm at one of our earlier showcase events and have been delighting audiences not just across the region. Last year saw them playing 97 gigs from Dorset to Doncaster, not forgetting their set at the Bluebird Café in Nashville! Their glorious fusion of folk, Americana and roots music, complete with amazing harmonies and brilliantly crafted songs, has won them many friends on the club and festival circuit plus numerous awards, and effusive reviews for their recordings – four EPs and now one full-length album, Companion.

“The evening was also to featuresfirst-rate music from Stratford singer-songwriter Katherine Abbott, and a welcome return appearance by talented North Warwickshire duo, Yonderland."  

Pete explained that as it is very near to the date, the decision was made to reschedule the event to later in the year (hopefully in the Spring). All being well, Yonderland and Katherine Abbott will also be performing on the revised date.

A reminder however about CV Folk’s forthcoming shows at the Temperance on 8 February, and Stylusboy at the Albany Theatre on 11 February. Further details can be found on CVFolk website and in their Newsletter.

And a quick announcement for guitarists at all levels:

CV Folk will be running an ‘Improvers Workshop’, led by Coventry's guitar virtuoso Kevin Dempsey. This will take place on Saturday, 3 February in one of the new studios in the Albany Theatre, Coventry, from 11.30am until 1pm. Admission will be £5.

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