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.
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See you Friday!
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Happy New Year to all our members and friends, this was our first club night in 2017, but Before we start…. REMEMBER
Will be with us on The 10th February 2017. Get your tickets now!!! or pay £4.00 on the door. As we only have room for about fifty people, and we have over 35 going since Thursday, you need to reserve your ticket now.
Glyn was playing her guitar when we arrived, just finishing her first spot, She was followed by Richard
who was accompanied by Tom.First on Slide Guitar,
And then on Mandolin,
he was gambling to, he was using Penny,s favourite guitar! but he said it would be OK as long as she didn’t find out! He started with a classic Dylan song, then went on to a Woody Guthrie song, about hardship on the farms in the west.
Terry came next, a lot of people were disappointed that he hadn’t worn his mankini, perhaps next week?
singing Carolina Star, and the Peter Ronin song, Sitting on top of the world.
Wendy started her spot with the Tom Paxton song, Can,t Help But Wonder Where I,m Bound
and finished with Older Ladies.
and did a song with a lot of donnas in it, probably called Donna Donna Donna, she then sang the Melodious Lark Song, and we all joined in on the chorus.
Terry then came back on and also sang a couple of love songs he often sang to Vera, Put Another log on the Fire, and T for Texas.
And Yes, Tom did accompany him.
Linda bought the night to a close singing Northern Plains, and the howling could be heared all over Rhyl.
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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.