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George Stevens' Racket

George Stevens' Racket

World / folk / acoustic Lydd, UK  UK
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Stevens' Racket - 'Starting Melody'


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    May 7

    Hastings, EAY, UK | 7:00pm

    As part of the Hastings Folk Fest. week, an evening of original music based upon the dance traditions of Britain and Europe, from the medieval period to the present. Featuring an amazing array of instruments: violin, accordion, English pipes, electric pipes, nykelharpa, guitars, percussion, bouzouki, hurdy gurdy, shawm, recorder, gothic bray harp etc. .... www.reverbnation.com/georgestevensracket + www.woodwose.org.uk advance tickets available from the wegottickets link.

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  • new album 'A Toad in the Hand' autumn 2012
  • Toad in the Hand ...disc picture
  • At St Edith Folk, Kemsing March 20th 2015


George Stevens



Sounds Like: Serpentyne, Seth Lakeman, Daughters of Elvin, Mister Klof, Blowzabella

Label: GPJ Records

Bio: I have been playing music since the age of about 14. Primarily self taught, I have embraced many different genres of music and over approximately 30 years have played everything from heavy rock to jazz, early music, reggae, traditional folk and world music on numerous instruments. I play mostly b...See Full Bio

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Interview on www.folkwords.com
Dec 16, 2012

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Q: I will be seeing you at St Ediths - looking forward to it. I want to know more about the electric chanter you used at Whitstable.

A: Hi Bob, nice one! I think maybe you saw me at Faversham, not Whitstable ...I don't recall having played there. I use Redpipes, made by Rolf Jost in Germany, there's a website that you can look up. I also have English pipes in G. You may also be interested in a concert that I'm putting on as part of Hastings Folk Fest. during the first week of May ...look out for details of that on here and Facebook in the near future.

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