A warm welcome awaits at Rhyl Folk and Acoustic
one of the friendliest clubs for miles!

We meet every Friday at 8.00pm in the The Corbett Sports Stadium Lounge at Rhyl Football Club which boasts comfortable seating, a stage with a PA system, a licensed bar and a large safe car park.

All styles of music are catered for from Folk to Blues to Country, and all abilities too!  On our regular singer’s nights, we welcome visitors whether as performers or just to relax and enjoy the music.

Admission is just £1.50 and that includes a free ticket for the bottle raffle!  Certain Guest Nights may cost a little more. Please check the calendar for details.

We hope you enjoy exploring this our brand new website.  Check out the page relating our fifty year history.  And keep up with the latest happenings in the news feed below and on our Facebook Group.

See you Friday!


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Club Night 6th May 2016

DSCF4818Ochty- Nochty….. Wear the Fox Hat. 

This was the  advice (According to Harry) that Prince Charles’s mother gave him at breakfast one morning, when, after asking him what he was doing that day, he told her he was going to open a new library at Ochty-Nochty.

Fashion never was one of Charles’s best traits!

We had several visitors from Ruthin to entertain us last Friday, Harry and John Bass, who joined with ours and Ruthin club’s Tom and Richard, to play as Tom, Dick and Harry (and John).

DSCF4875As there was hardly any room on stage John played from the table at the front.

Amongst the several songs they gave us were ‘Wagon Wheel’, ‘My Old Friend the Blues’, ‘Delia’s Gone’, ‘A Mess of Blues’, ‘Drift Away’, ‘Gone to Shiloh’, and the John Prine great ‘Speed of the Sound of Loneliness’.

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Chris Birchall also came across, and amongst other songs, gave us Van Morrison’s ‘Into The Mystic’, ‘Whiskey in the Jar’, Doctor Hooks ‘The Eyes of Lucy Jordan’, (I still prefer Marianne Faithful version to Doctor Hooks!) .

DSCF4820Linda and Tom took us ‘Past the Point of Rescue’, through some ‘Greenfields’ , and for ‘A Walk In The Irish Rain’. Linda also compared the evening for us.

Wendy and Richard also sang about rain, with Nancy Griffiths song ‘I Wish It Would Rain’, (well now it has!), Also Edwena Hayes’ ‘My Love’, ‘You’re My Best Friend’, and of course an obligatory Jim Reeves!   Keith entertained us with a medley of Sea Shanties.

Tom 2 (Tom Goodall) again blew us away with his brilliantly self-written ‘Mothers Hugs’ (When you are famous Tom, remember to send us tickets to your concerts).

We need to make this viral!!!

Tom also did a great version of Hit The Road Jack, Glen Hansards ‘Falling Slowly’, and an awesome cover of the Prince song ‘Where Doves Fly’.

It was a memorable night, with good friends.


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Rhyl Folk & Acoustic Club, formally known as Rhyl Folk Club and before that, The Bee Folk club, meets every Friday evening in the lounge bar at Rhyl Football Club.  Most nights are ‘Singers Nights’ based upon an open mic or plug in and play format.  Visiting musicians are welcome. All tastes in music are catered for as well as all abilities, so do come along and enjoy the fun.