This was their first time as guests at Tynefolk.
Thursday, 11th August saw the 13th yearly visit of the "Welly" folk club.
Ashgate Book Sale, Gold Badge Concert, Writings and Reviews and more...
A substantial number of regulars descended on Whitby for the Annual Whitby Folk Week.
Ably supported by an incredible guitarist in Andy Watts.
Tom McConville, the Geordie Fiddler.
Singing some of his best songs of the sea: Fair Winds and a Following Sea, No Princes in the Line...
A night with a rare opportunity to find out a little more about this private man and excellent singer and song writer.
It was not a Burns Night Supper, although we did have the Neeps and Haggis, it was just a Taste of Burns.
Rosie Stewart, the lass from Co. Fermanagh, was the most recent guest at the club.
A good friend to Tynefolk, Terry passed away quietly and serenely as the sun touched the horizon.
Mick Ryan and Judy Dunlop filled the Guest Spot at tynefolk.
Dave Webber, Annie Fentiman, and Judy Cooke from the USA regaled us with Roll up your Sleeves.
After a gallant fight, Danny lost his battle against Mesothelioma, an asbestos related cancer, and passed away in the early hours of Saturday 21st November.
Graham Pirts presentation, entitled "Miner"s Union".
Forget Spiers and Boden and embrace the folk scene's latest double act...Benny and Ed!
The second Music Hall Evening proved to be an even bigger success than the first.
Salty tales of the Sea, a lesson in how to play the spoons, poems by Rudyard Kipling and monologues and songs.
One of our regulars, won the Tommy Armstrong Cup on 3rd September 2011 at the Sedgefield Festival
Mike appeared as the guest at the club for the first time in 2015.
Martin gave a fine example of his vast repertoire of songs and poems of an antipodean flavour.
Martin returned to Tynefolk after a long absence and as expected attracted in a large and illustrious audience.
The final Guest spot of 2011 saw Jim and Graeme performing a variety of songs from a rich reservoir.
Louisa, a great friend of Tynefolk passed away on 9th August, after a protracted battle against illness.
Scotland's finest "Irish" singer entertained us with a performance of the highest quality.
We decided it was time for another visit from John Connolly.
Who else would you book to open the first Guest spot of 2015?
Jim agreed to expose his wealth of material and guest at Tynefolk.
Jeff, accompanied by Banjo, Concertina and Dancing Doll put on a super night of Traditional American Song collected by his Mother and Father
Spanning over thirty years in the folk world, Ian Bruce delivered two sets of stunning songs.
Pat and Lynn arrived at Tynefolk with a sizeable reputation and left with an even bigger one.
The Return... And Not Before Time!!.
Jesmond's latest immigrant and Byker's loss, George Welch, performed his unique brand of music, song and humour.
Ham 'n Pease Puddin' stotties followed by Singin' Hinnies were the order of the day.
Gavin is a singer, writer and performer of folk music within the English tradition.
Finest Kind was born in Ottawa, Canada, in 1991 by Ian Robb, Ann Downey, and Shelley Posen.
Great songs and music. Two lovely people and a very appreciative audience.
Johnny Handle & Vic Gammon have been honoured with The Gold Medal of the EFDSS.
A well known figure on the Lancashire Folk circuit but relatively unknown in the North East.
Seasons Greetings from Melanie Eve
What a voice, what a singer, what a night!
Whilst on holiday in New Zealand we took the opportunity of visiting one of the famous folk clubs in this wonderful country.
Join this popular weekend in its fourth year, to celebrate Traditional Music, with Workshops, Ceilidh and Sessions
Giving their time for free, they delivered a stunning evening.
As the first guests of the year and as long time friends of Tynefolk there was eager anticipation in the air.
Battling their way through adverse weather conditions, they made it...
Featuring the Maritime Chorus.
A Wonderful Night
150 years of the Blaydon Races song
It was shanties from the start when Damien Barber and Mike Wilson took to the floor as guests for June.