Will Duke at the Frittenden session, 27th April

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Will Duke CD cover drawn by melodeon genius and Norfolk master cartoonist Tony Hall

Mighty singer and anglo concertinist Will Duke is our guest at the next Frittenden session at the Bell & Jorrocks pub on the 27th April from 8pm. (It’s also our last session night for the season – so don’t come along expecting something similar on the last Sunday in May!)

It will be a night not to miss. Here’s what Rod Stradling has said about Will’s performing:

‘Will is a superlative anglo concertina player, with an unusual repertoire drawn manily from the musicians of his home county of Sussex – and particularly from the playing of Scan Tester.

‘If Will’s consumate concertina playing isn’t enough for you… I think he’s one of the most accomplished of English revival singers, and possessed of a unique (or certainly, individual) style. He’s a quiet man with a lovely dry sense of humour’

These cracking sessions take place on the last Sunday (usually) in the month from September to April, from 8pm at the Bell & Jorrocks (TN17 2EJ).

What you get is an entertaining old fashioned and traditional pub evening with songs and tunes, and plenty of variety and good humour. If you’ve got a song, a tune, a stepdance or story, enjoy joining in with a chorus or just like listening in the bar, please come along. We go on until it’s time to close with Nellie Dean the old way – just as people used to before the telly and the computer.

One thought on “Will Duke at the Frittenden session, 27th April”

  1. That was another smashing night at Frittenden – many thanks to everyone who came and took part (including old and new friends), and especially to Will, who was on great, entertaining form. We’re going to miss these sessions until they start again after the summer… Have a great summer everyone!

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