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Links to some talented musicians I've enjoyed working with



John Otway ...........................

I was stunned by the man's energy and what he'll do to entertain an audience at Sheffield and Leicester and, years later, Redhill. On 6 October 2002 his follow-up "Hit", 25 years after his first, reached a staggering number 9 in the UK National Chart, in the face of industry opposition but much fan love and media support. You can read John SC's take on it in Plugged in - the Garage Radio newsletter. Be impressed by Otway's website, which first made me want to have a go at html.

Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee ...

What a privilege to support these men at the Half Moon, Putney. They first made me want to hold an audience with just a guitar.

Iron Maiden ......................

A band who were surprisingly fun to support in Aberdeen.

Chris Rea ..................

I enjoyed a good night at Sheffield supporting his band, as well as his input to Wivabandon sessions.

Allan Taylor ...............................

He was delivering the goods with Cajun Moon, at when I worked with him at Cambridge Folk Festival. Consistently good for many a year, he's overdue for wider recognition here in his own country.

Vin Garbutt .......................

Amazed me at Cambridge and the Half Moon, Putney with his performing talents and with his courageous choice of issues in his song writing.

Mud ....................

A very pleasant and entertaining couple of nights in Sheffield with these blokes.

Racing Cars ....................

A most enjoyable Saturday night gig with this band at Charing Cross Hospital; really nice people, really good music.

Magna Carta ........................

One of the high spots of Folk at the Chequers was the chance to work with these. Linda Taylor, who sang on Wivabandon, joined them subsequently in the 80's

The Rubber Bishops................

Worked with this funny duo at Beckenham and wndered what became of them. Took me years to realise that the half I liked was Bill Bailey

The Pretenders ....................

Perhaps I didnít see them on a good night but I had a good gig supporting them at Sheffield.

Martin-Kingsbury ....................

Terry & Tony's site "Dedicated to our friends in Folk", recalls happy days at The Blacksmith's, Epping. Includes the official Noel Murphy website

Glasgow Apollo tribute site ....................

shows 10 February as the date in 1979 when I had the privilege of playing there. Thanks for reminding me and for posting some of my memories of that night.

Half Moon, Putney ....................

thanks for posting my name on the Walls of Fame. I spent a happy six months or so as resident there in 1980.

Keith Kendrick ..........

Compelling traditional English folk music, especially with the angelic voice of Lynne Heraud, good to see each year at Broadstairs

The Ginger Jug Band ........................

Tastefully designed site with multiple streaming audio links to tracks from their rare and valuable vinyl album, which gets a Broadstairs outing each year

The LA Doors .........................

Feature fine young Broadstairs harmonica player Nigel Feist, with whom I've had the pleasure of playing a couple of times. Their's is a vibrant site. What a date sheet too!

Hot Tamales .................

Good time Dobro-based music, enjoyed each year at Broadstairs Festival

Jabadaw .....................

from Broadstairs festival

John Ward & Mario Price ................

from Broadstairs festival

Loscoe State Opera .........................

from Broadstairs festival

Meet On The Ledge ....................

from Broadstairs festival

Michael Catovsky ...............

from Broadstairs festival

Mike West & Myshkin ........................

from Broadstairs festival

Mundy-Turner ..................................

from Broadstairs festival

Pamela Ward & Paul Cherrington ................

from Broadstairs festival

Tam Lin ......................

from Broadstairs festival

Touchwood ................

from Broadstairs festival

Joe Stead ................................

banjo playing, folk singing eccentric

Jim Minogue ..............................

Fair Trade's singer Jim Minogue did their website and also invites you to visit his new site.

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