Category Archives: Julie and Gavin Atkin

Jim Causley and friends, Tenterden 27th April

‘I think he is absolutely terrific – and so will you’ Shreds & Patches

One of the most endearing voices to emerge in recent times’ Folking.com

 

Credit: Barry Jones Photography

Talented young Devon singer Jim Causley will be appearing with friends Rosie Davis, and Julie and Gavin Atkin at the White Lion, in Tenterden’s picturesque High Street on the 27th April 2012, starting at 8pm.

Jim’s a dynamic and engaging performer, with a great gift for telling the story of a song, and just happens to have one of the best baritone voices you’re likely to hear anywhere.

Rosie Davis is a highly respected musician and  singer with a beguiling mixture of British and American traditional songs, and also an outstanding dancer who will no doubt present both old fashioned Southern English stepdancing and Appalachian styles.

Julie and Gavin Atkin sing and play old fashioned and traditional songs and tunes. Gavin uses a concertina to accompany Julie’s singing of old popular songs, plays tunes on fiddle and melodeon, and does a bit of singing himself.

Download our poster here.

The show will take place in the Saddlery room, and is promoted jointly by the Frittenden Sessions (see the Sessions tab above) and Tenterden Folk Festival. Tickets are £6.00 in advance (tel 07985 522734, email gmatkin@gmail.com), and £7.00 on the door.

 

Julie and Gavin Atkin sing and play old fashioned and traditional songs and tunes. Gavin uses a concertina to accompany Julie’s singing of old popular songs, plays tunes on fiddle and melodeon, and does a bit of singing himself.

22nd June – come to the Horsmonden trad music class’s end of term session

All are welcome at the Horsmonden trad music class’s end of term session from 8pm on Wednesday at the Gun & Spitroast, Horsmonden, Kent!

We’ll be playing many of the tunes we’ve learnt in the class during the year, but there will likely also be stepdancing and few songs – we’re hoping to be joined by Rosie Davis, singer John Morgan and Morris dancing pals Weald of Kent after their regular Wednesday evening dance out.

It should be a fun, informal opportunity to find out what the classes are all about!

An evening with Jim Causley and friends at Tenterden on the 22nd April

‘I think he is absolutely terrific – and so will you’ Shreds & Patches

One of the most endearing voices to emerge in recent times’ Folking.com

 

 

Credit: Barry Jones Photography

Talented young Devon singer Jim Causley will be appearing with friends Rosie Davis, and Julie and Gavin Atkin at the White Lion, in Tenterden’s picturesque High Street on the 22nd April 2011, starting at 8pm.

Jim’s a dynamic and engaging performer, with a great gift for telling the story of a song, and just happens to have one of the best baritone voices you’re likely to hear anywhere.

Rosie Davis is a highly respected musician and  singer with a beguiling mixture of British and American traditional songs, and also an outstanding dancer who will no doubt present both old fashioned Southern English stepdancing and Appalachian styles.

Julie and Gavin Atkin sing and play old fashioned and traditional songs and tunes. Gavin uses a concertina to accompany Julie’s singing of old popular songs, plays tunes on fiddle and melodeon, and does a bit of singing himself.

Download our poster: Jim Causley 22nd April show Tenterden

The show will take place in the Saddlery room, and is promoted jointly by the Frittenden Sessions (see the Sessions tab above) and Tenterden Folk Festival. Tickets are £6.00 in advance (tel 07985 522734, email gmatkin@gmail.com), and £7.00 on the door.

Julie and Gavin Atkin sing and play old fashioned and traditional songs and tunes. Gavin uses a concertina to accompany Julie’s singing of old popular songs, plays tunes on fiddle and melodeon, and does a bit of singing himself.