As you know, I also play as part of a bolshy folk trio called (suitably) Rich Man’s Ruin.
We are playing as part of the Working Class Life & Music Festival tomorrow night (Fri) at the Sefton Park Palm House.
I’ll be appearing on BBC Radio Merseyside’s flagship folk show Folkscene on Thursday night as the guest of the always charming Geoff Speed.
Okay, I know I said this last week and I got my mucking dates fuddled up but tonight really is the night!!
Leon Rosselson comes to town as part of the Working Class Life & Music Festival on Friday (22 April).
The event takes place at the wonderful setting of Sefton Park Palm House and, better still, Rich Man’s Ruin are playing support.
The song written by my mum and me, Oh Mr Cameron, is to be featured as the soundrack to a new film by visual artist Sam Meech.
Liverpool Acoustic have produced a wonderful 9-track podcast featuring some of the wonderful artists playing at my Working Class Life & Music Festival.
A big thanks to the ever brilliant Graham Holland at Liverpool Acoustic who put this great podcast together.
You’ll be pleased to know that the Working Class Life & Music Festival will be taking place next year bigger and better than ever.
I’ll be playing as part of folk band Rich Man’s Ruin at the Liverpool Peace and Ecology Festival this weekend.
The all day festival takes place on Sunday 4th July at St Lukes Church at the top of Bold Street. (St Luke’s is better known locally as “the bombed out church” if you don’t know whereabouts I mean.)
I’ve just been reminded that the Liverpool Irish Festival starts today!
There’s tons of great musical and cultural events taking place from now til the 1st November.
I can barely believe it. The Liverpool Working Class Music Festival 2009 is now officially over.
What an amazing four days we had though!!
Chumbawamba were great last night to finish us off. Tracey was superb. And Attila was sidesplittingly funny. You have to see his Swine Flu Rap.
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