APRIL NEWS

LATEST NEWS
I’m really looking forward to returning on Friday 12th April to one of my favourite venues –
the Village Pump folk club in Trowbridge 
For tickets and information telephone Pete on 07941 611262.  I do hope you can make it!
 
10-12 May I am tutoring a Songwriting Weekend  – and there is still 1 place available – 
if you’d like to grab the chance to be creative!- see below for details.
 
After that my next concert with Mike Silver is on Sunday 19th May at Hitchin Folk Club
 
Then there are some concerts with Paul Burgess in June and July – 
and please do put a note in your diaries for a renion concert in Cheltenham on Friday 27th September!
For details of all concerts and festivals see the date sheet below

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THERE IS STILL ONE PLACE REMAINING FOR

A Songwriting Weekend with Johnny Coppin 

10 -12 May 2019 in Stroud, Gloucestershire

So please let me know as soon as possible if you’d like to join us –

The course is limited to just 6 students 


Each songwriter will have their own room to work in

And I’ll be working with each songwriter in turn on a one-to one basis.

There’ll be an informal session on Saturday evening, 

and a final performance of all the new songs on Sunday afternoon.

Fee is £200 – which includes supper on Friday and Saturday / lunch on Saturday and Sunday plus  tea/coffee/drinks/snacks

A deposit of 
£100 is required to confirm booking. 
Please Tel 01453 885088    or  email    Johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk

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CONCERT DATES

April

Fri 12 Trowbridge  – Friday Folk at The Lamb Inn, Mortimer Street, Trowbridge BA14 8BN   8pm – With support from Paul Openshaw  – Tickets and info Pete 07941 611262

May   

10-12  A Songwriting Weekend in Stroud – just 1 place remaining – see above for details.

Sun 19  Hitchin – with Mike Silver  – The Sun Hotel, Sun Street, Hitchin SG5 1AF doors 7.30pm   Tickets: 01462 812391 or e-mail: goodmusic@hitchinfolkclub.co.uk   www.hitchinfolkclub.idnet.net

June

Thu 13 – Gloucester Music Festival – with Paul Burgess – St Mary de Crypt Church, Southgate Street GL1 1TP. 7.45pm

Free tickets will be available from Gloucester Music Festival online.

And looking ahead some dates for the diary……

July 12 -14  Bromsgrove Folk Festival – with Mike Silver  – other acts include: Jez Lowe & The Bad Pennies, Churchfitters, Enda Kenny, The Lost Notes, Richard Digance, Anthony John Clarke.  Venue: The Bowling Green, Shaw Lane, Stoke Prior B60 4BH

tickets from bromsgrovefolkclub.co.uk

Sat 20  July – Hartpury near Gloucester – with Paul Burgess  “Songs of Gloucestershire and Beyond” – The Village Hall, Old Over Road, Hartpury GL19 3FD. Doors 7pm  start 7.30pm  –   tickets:  01684 772178       hartpuryfest@gmail.com

 Fri  27 Sept –  Cheltenham  A Special Reunion concert with members of my band playing material from the 30 Songs compilation  at The Bacon Theatre.

Posted in Concerts, General news, Other events, Uncategorized

MARCH NEWS

JOHNNY COPPIN NEWSLETTER – MARCH 2019

P O Box 27, Stroud, Glos.  GL6 0YQ
tel no. 01453 885088
johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

What’s in this newsletter?

–  Latest News 

–  New compilation album – 30 Songs 

–  Concert dates and Songwriting Weekend

–  Albums for sale 

–  Feedback 

–  BBC Acoustic programme on 4 radio stations across the West Sundays at midnight

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*LATEST NEWS

I’m really looking forward to my concert with Mike Silver 

on Friday 22nd March at Highworth in Wiltshire – our first together for a while –

so I do hope you can make it!

Tickets from Derrick and Chris Beer    canddbeer@gmail.com      01793 762070   whitehorsefolkclub.co.uk

Then on 12th April I return to the fine Village Pump folk club in Trowbridge for a solo gig        Tickets and info: Pete 07941 611262

For details of all concerts see the date sheet below

My new 30 Songs compilation album is now available …     

See below for all the details.

Many many thanks for all your kind feedback from recent concerts and albums – again see below.

RECENT NEWS

It’s been an amazing few weeks for seeing live music.

Kathy and I saw the wonderful Canadian artist Loreena McKennit at Birmingham Town Hall on her Lost Souls Tour – beautiful songs, arrangements, with really fine musicians. We’ve loved her music for years, and it was great to meet her backstage afterwards. I’ve played her music both live and on my radio show – and my recent interview with her is still available on BBC Sounds – Sunday 24th Feb at midnight on BBC Bristol, Glos, Somerset, and Wilts. 

The other day I saw Ranagri (pron: Rannergr-i) for the first time, a band with great songs, energy, and amazing harp and flute playing, and the next day, the up-and-coming duo Harbottle & Jonas.

Before that I enjoyed:

The very talented Henry Bateman and his band launching their new album;

Cara Dillon supported by Gloucestershire singer/songwriter Molly-Anne;

And Louise Mosrie a singer/songwriter over from America;

Discovery and Silver Sam at Barny’s in Stroud.

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My new 30 Songs compilation album 

Here are thirty songs that mean such a lot to me. They cover several decades and are taken from twelve different albums; from my first solo album Roll on Dreamer in 1978 through to Borderland in 2014.

The first CD has 15 songs that feature my band, with some very fine musicians and singers such as Phil Beer, Mick Dolan, Matt Clifford, Anthony Head, Mick Candler, Trevor Foster, John Broomhall, Pete Acock, Steve Dolan, Gareth Sampson, Steve Hutt, Tony Bennett, and Bill Zorn.  Songs include – When All Is Said and Done, We Shall Not Pass, New Day, Believe in You, Catherine, Celebrate My Life, and Everybody Knows  almost all of the tracks are not available on any other CD.

The second CD is a personal acoustic selection – 15 tracks with the talents of Mike Silver, Phil Beer, Paul Burgess, Mick Dolan, Matt Clifford, Paul Metsers and Geoff March.

Throughout the recording process, I’ve been very lucky to have worked with three fine pairs of ears, Mick Dolan, John Acock, and David Pickering-Pick. I really enjoyed putting this new compilation together, and hope you’ll enjoy listening!

Available by mail order and cheque – or by phone for credit card details. Do leave your phone number – you can also email your phone number for us to call you back.

£16 inc P&P     (£18 for European mainland / £19.50 for rest of the world)

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CONCERT DATES

March

Fri 22  Highworth – with Mike Silver at United Reform Church, Highworth, Wiltshire SN6 7AQ .7.45pm

Tickets from Derrick and Chris Beer    canddbeer@gmail.com

01793 762070   whitehorsefolkclub.co.uk

April

Fri 12 Trowbridge  – Friday Folk at The Lamb Inn, Mortimer Street, Trowbridge BA14 8BN   8pm – With support from Paul Openshaw  – Tickets and info Pete 07941 611262

May

10-12  A Songwriting Weekend in Stroud – just 1 place remaining – phone or email for details.

Sun 19  Hitchin – with Mike Silver  – The Sun Hotel, Sun Street, Hitchin SG5 1AF doors 7.30pm  

Tickets: 01462 812391 or e-mail: goodmusic@hitchinfolkclub.co.uk

http://www.hitchinfolkclub.idnet.net

June

Thu 13 – Gloucester Music Festival – with Paul Burgess – St Mary de Crypt Church, Southgate Street GL1 1TP. 7.45pm

Free tickets will be available from Gloucester Music Festival online.

And looking ahead….

July

12 -14  Bromsgrove Folk Festival – with Mike Silver  – other acts include: Jez Lowe & The Bad Pennies, Churchfitters, Enda Kenny, The Lost Notes, Richard Digance, Anthony John Clarke.

Venue: The Bowling Green, Shaw Lane, Stoke Prior B60 4BH

tickets from bromsgrovefolkclub.co.uk

Sat 20  Hartpury near Gloucester – with Paul Burgess  “Songs of Gloucestershire and Beyond” 

The Village Hall, Old Over Road, Hartpury GL19 3FD. Doors 7pm  start 7.30pm

tickets:  01684 772178       hartpuryfest@gmail.com

 

We already have dates for the 2019 Christmas Tour 

But we are looking for a few more – perhaps you have some ideas?

Also, if you are interested in a house concert, or a special celebration evening, do get in touch.

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FEEDBACK 

Re 30 Songs.  “Super CD, thank you Johnny!” – B.P in Germany

“We thoroughly enjoyed your concert at Pimperne, Dorset! Having never come across your music before, I now have several of your CDs and listen to them frequently in the car. You have a beautiful, pure, enchanting voice.

You came highly recommended by Poacher’s Moon, who I have seen many times and who did a gig here in Blandford a couple of weeks before yours. So glad they did! Really love your style of music. Now looking forward to hearing your arrangements for the poetry selections, which are beautiful and evocative, even though I have never been to your neck of the woods. Thanks again” – G.R in Dorset

“You won’t remember me, but I purchased  five of your albums a few years ago online.  I don’t have a history of purchasing  folk music, I have spent most of the last 50 years experiencing jazz and contemporary artists on both sides of the Atlantic;  from Jack Jones to Sinatra,  Ornette Coleman to Charles Aznavour.

In the early 1970’s Aznavour told me that …  ‘some artists are great  …   but you will know.’  Having listened extensively to your music now for a few years … you are clearly such an artist. You possess an emotional level of communication that crosses the footlights and touches the audience, it is a gift”. – J.F

“Thank you so much for sending me the words, I really appreciate it. As I said, the book “ Forest and Vale and High Blue Hill”, means a great deal to me, as does the CD. “Cotswold lad” is a particular favourite, commited to memory, as is “This Night The Stars”. – J.D

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*ALBUMS on sale 

My new 2 CD album 30 Songs for £16 inc P&P

(£18 for European mainland / £19.50 for rest of the world)

All On A Winter’s Night

Borderland 

The Winding Stair

The Gloucestershire Collection

Breaking The Silence – with Mike Silver 

for £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

Line of Blue 

Roll On Dreamer 

West Country Christmas

A Country Christmas

Edge of Day – with Laurie Lee

The Glorious Glosters

for £11 each (inc post and packing)

(£14 for European mainland / £15 for rest of the world)

Also available is

Afterwords – the live Decameron album from 2001

For £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

Please order by phoning 01453 885088  leave a message and do leave your phone number –

you can also email your phone number for us to call you back.

or you can post a cheque with your order to

Red Sky Records, P O Box 27, Stroud, GL6 0YQ. UK.

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*My BBC ACOUSTIC RADIO SHOW 

now on BBC Sounds and every Sunday at midnight across the West

on BBC Radio Gloucestershire, BBC Bristol, BBC Somerset, and BBC Wiltshire

on FM, AM, DAB, online and listen again for 30 days on BBC Sounds! 

JOHNNY COPPIN PROGRAMMES available on listen again- with playlists and gig guides   

These shows are still available to listen again on BBC Sounds

Sun 10th Feb

new tracks from Ruth Notman & Sam Kelly, Daoiri Farrell, 

I’m With Her, Claire Hastings, Folklaw, Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra,

Jacob & Drinkwater, Harbottle & Jonas

Plus a preview of forthcoming events with music from Michael McGoldrick, Lau, 

Hattie Briggs, Sound of the Sirens, Alden Patterson & Dashwood, 

Blue Rose Code, and Louise Mosrie

Sun 17th Feb

new tracks from Lau, Joshua Burnell, Henry BatemanSam Lewis,

Eamon Friel, and Rachel Croft

Plus a preview of forthcoming events with music from Karen Tweed, Joan Baez, 

Track Dogs, Jamie Smith’s Mabon, Ray Cooper, The Shackleton Trio, and Debra Hannis

Sun 24th Feb

The special guest is Canadian singer/songwriter Loreena McKennit

talking about her latest album and forthcoming UK tour.

There are also new tracks from the likes of Seth Lakeman, The Breath,

The Gloaming, Velvet & Stone, and Katey Brooks

Plus a preview of forthcoming events with music from The Trials of Cato,

Cara Dillon, Peter Knight’s Gigspanner, The Portraits, Pete Coe, Andy May,

and Molly-Anne

Sun 3rd March

The special guest is American singer/songwriter Sarah Darling

With a new single and two songs in session ahead of her UK tour.

There are also new tracks from the likes of Fisherman’s Friends, Elles Bailey,

Ranagri, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Saskia Griffiths-Moore, John Blek,

and Innes Watson

Plus there’s a preview of forthcoming events with music from Nordic Fiddlers Bloc, 

Harbottle & Jonas, Sam Carter, and Folklaw

Sun 10th March

The special guest is English singer/songwriter Saskia Griffiths-Moore

Talking about her new album and UK tour.

There are also new tracks from Damien Dempsey, Leveret, Hafdis Huld, 

Braden Gates, Ruth Notman and Sam Kelly, Dallahan

Plus a preview of forthcoming events with music from Olivia Chaney, 

Tommy Emmanuel, O’ Hooley & Tidow, Kitty Macfarlane, and Kevin Dempsey

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Thank you so much for your continued support. 

Do hope to see you at a concert very soon!


With kind regards,
Johnny

johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

 

Posted in Concerts, General news, Mike Silver, New CD release, Other events, Radio news

Happy Christmas!

JOHNNY COPPIN NEWSLETTER – CHRISTMAS 2018

P O Box 27, Stroud, Glos.  GL6 0YQ
tel no. 01453 885088
johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

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Wishing you a very Happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year.

Thank you so much for your continued support.

The Christmas Tour went really well so a HUGE thanks to:

You, the audience, for coming along and making us feel welcome 

(we couldn’t possibly do the concerts without you!);

To Paul Burgess, Dik Cadbury, and Geoff March for their excellent playing; 

to Martin Fry for wonderful images; 

To Jane Hutton for stage decoration, Tony Lloyd for PA, 

and Crispin Thomas for agency and promotion;

And to all the venue organisers and helpers in Pimperne (Dorset), Tedburn St Mary (Devon), Wychwood Folk Club (Oxon.), Bristol, Stroud, Folk on the Moor (Devon),  Cheltenham, and Lichfield.

There’ll be feedback and reaction to the Tour in the January E Newsletter.

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*ALBUMS 

My new 2 CD album 30 Songs for £16 inc P&P

(£19 for European mainland / £20 for rest of the world)

All On A Winter’s Night

Borderland 

The Winding Stair

The Gloucestershire Collection

Breaking The Silence – with Mike Silver 

for £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

West Country Christmas

A Country Christmas

Line of Blue 

Roll On Dreamer 

Edge of Day – with Laurie Lee

The Glorious Glosters

for £11 each (inc post and packing)

(£14 for European mainland / £15 for rest of the world)

Also available is

Afterwords – the live Decameron album from 2001

For £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

Please order by phoning 01453 885088  leave a message and do leave your phone number –

you can also email your phone number for us to call you back.

or you can post a cheque with your order to

Red Sky Records, P O Box 27, Stroud, GL6 0YQ. UK.

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*My BBC ACOUSTIC RADIO SHOW 

now every Sunday at midnight across the West

on BBC Radio Gloucestershire, BBC Bristol, BBC Somerset, and BBC Wiltshire on FM, AM, DAB, online and listen again for 30 days!!!    On BBC Sounds 

JOHNNY COPPIN PROGRAMMES available on listen again- with playlists 

These shows are still available to listen again on BBC Sounds

Sun 25 Nov – The new tracks include Karan Casey, The Trials of Cato, Merry Hell, Breabach, Jimmy RankinAshley HutchingsSinnober, Hickory Signals, and Benjamin William Pike  And there’s a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from Faustus, Jim Moray, Winter Mountain, Ashley Hutchings, Rosie Hood, and Martyn Wyndham-Read

Sun 2 Dec – There are new tracks from The Willows, Foghorn String Band,  Molly-Anne, Odette Michell, Simon Lynge, Catty Pearson, and Steve Brockley  There’s musical tributes to Bill Caddick and Roy Bailey  plus a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from The Black Feathers, Maddy Prior, The Vogwells, and Blondes with Beards

Sun 9 Decnew tracks include Cara Dillon, Sam Sweeney, The Trials of Cato, Reg Meuross, The Willows, Katey Brooks, Jaywalkers, Blue Rose Code, Fara, and Sinnober  And there’s a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from Kate Rusby, Elles Bailey,  and St Agnes Fountain

Sun 16 Dec – new tracks from Loreena McKennit, The Outside Track, Brown & Gray, Karan Casey, Allison Lupton, Merry Hell, Gareth Davies-Jones,  The Brother Brothers, Yvonne Lyon, Simon Todd and The Bailey SistersAnd there’s a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from Cara Dillon, Lady Maisery, and Belshazzar’s Feast

Sun 23 Dec – a special Christmas edition packed full of fine acoustic music 

With music from Shawn Colvin, Ange Hardy, Cara Dillon, Hattie Briggs, Eva Cassidy, Chris Newman & Maire Ni Chathasaigh, Gareth Davies-Jones, Belshazzar’s Feast, Eilidh Patterson, Allison Lupton, Al Lewis, John Kirkpatrick, Steve Ashley, Emily Smith, Sinnober, Chris Newman & Maire Ni Chathasaigh, and Coope Boyes & Simpson

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Thank you so much for your continued support.

It means such a lot, and hope to see you at a concert very soon!

With kind regards,
Johnny

johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

 

Posted in Christmas, Christmas Album, General news, New CD release

New Compilation Album – 30 Songs out now!

My new 30 Songs compilation album is out now!

Here are thirty songs that mean such a lot to me. They cover several decades and are taken from twelve different albums; from my first solo album Roll on Dreamer in 1978 through to Borderland in 2014.

The first CD has 15 songs that feature my band, with some very fine musicians and singers such as Phil Beer, Mick Dolan, Matt Clifford, Anthony Head, Mick Candler, Trevor Foster, John Broomhall, Pete Acock, Steve Dolan, Gareth Sampson, Steve Hutt, Tony Bennett, and Bill Zorn.  Songs include – When Is Said and Done, We Shall Not Pass, New Day, Believe in You, Catherine, Celebrate My Life, and Everybody Knows  almost all of the tracks are not available on any other CD.

The second CD is a personal acoustic selection – 15 tracks with the talents of Mike Silver, Phil Beer, Paul Burgess, Mick Dolan, Matt Clifford, Paul Metsers and Geoff March.

Throughout the recording process, I’ve been very lucky to have worked with three fine pairs of ears, Mick Dolan, John Acock, and David Pickering-Pick. I really enjoyed putting this new compilation together, and hope you’ll enjoy listening!

Available by mail order and cheque – or by phone for credit card details. Do leave your phone number – you can also email your phone number for us to call you back.

For £16 inc P&P     (£19 for European mainland / £20 for rest of the world)

 

Posted in General news, New CD release

December 2018 Newsletter

JOHNNY COPPIN NEWSLETTER – DECEMBER 2018

P O Box 27, Stroud, Glos.  GL6 0YQ
tel no. 01453 885088
johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

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What’s in this newsletter?

–  Latest News 

–  New compilation album – 30 Songs is now out!

–  All On A Winters Night Tour dates

–  Albums for sale including 3 Christmas albums

–  BBC Acoustic programme on 4 radio stations across the West Sundays at midnight

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*LATEST NEWS

My new 30 Songs compilation album is out now!      See below.

And the “All On A Winter’s Night” Tour has just begun. Paul, Dik, and I had a great first night in Dorset last weekend – and we hope you can make one of our concerts at Tedburn St Mary, Ascott-under-Wychwood, Bristol, Stroud, Plymouth, Cheltenham, and Lichfield. At Stroud and Cheltenham we’ll be joined by Geoff March on cello, vocals, and percussion, and there’ll be images from award-winning photographer Martin Fry.

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My new 30 Songs compilation album is out now!

Here are thirty songs that mean such a lot to me. They cover several decades and are taken from twelve different albums; from my first solo album Roll on Dreamer in 1978 through to Borderland in 2014.

The first CD has 15 songs that feature my band, with some very fine musicians and singers such as Phil Beer, Mick Dolan, Matt Clifford, Anthony Head, Mick Candler, Trevor Foster, John Broomhall, Pete Acock, Steve Dolan, Gareth Sampson, Steve Hutt, Tony Bennett, and Bill Zorn.  Songs include – When Is Said and Done, We Shall Not Pass, New Day, Believe in You, Catherine, Celebrate My Life, and Everybody Knows  almost all of the tracks are not available on any other CD.

The second CD is a personal acoustic selection – 15 tracks with the talents of Mike Silver, Phil Beer, Paul Burgess, Mick Dolan, Matt Clifford, Paul Metsers and Geoff March.

Throughout the recording process, I’ve been very lucky to have worked with three fine pairs of ears, Mick Dolan, John Acock, and David Pickering-Pick. I really enjoyed putting this new compilation together, and hope you’ll enjoy listening!

Available by mail order and cheque – or by phone for credit card details. Do leave your phone number – you can also email your phone number for us to call you back.

For £16 inc P&P     (£19 for European mainland / £20 for rest of the world)

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ALL ON A WINTER’S NIGHT TOUR Late November / December –

Fri 23 Nov – BLANDFORD  – Pimperne Village Hall, DT11 8UZ Dorset  7.30pm  

tickets 01258 452661 / 07818 600106

 

 Sat 1 Dec – EXETER  – Methodist Church, Tedburn St Mary, EX6 6AA  7.30pm 

Tickets 07837 532704 and email tsmtickets@btinternet.com

 

Sat 8  – CHIPPING NORTON  – Wychwood Folk Club,

Tiddy Hall, Ascott -under-Wychwood, Oxon, OX7 6AG  7.30pm

www.wegottickets.com/wychwoodfolkclub

 

Sun 9 – BRISTOL – The Folk House, Park Street Start time 8pm   Doors 7.30pm

Tickets from Bristol Folk House, ant.miles@fancourtmusic.co.uk

or online here: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/449608

 

Sat 15 – STROUD Subscription Rooms GL5 1AE 7.30pm (doors 7pm)  

with Geoff March, images by Martin Fry, and guests The Stroud Wassailers

01453 760900 subscriptionrooms.org.uk

 

Sun 16 – PLYMOUTH – Folk on the Moor, Westward Inn, Lee Mill PL21 9EE 7.30pm  

Info/ tickets  www.moorfolk.co.uk    folkonthemoor1@gmail.com

 

Thu 20 – CHELTENHAM Bacon Theatre GL51 6EP  7.30pm

with Geoff March and images by Martin Fry

01242 258002 bacontheatre.co.uk

 

Sat 22 –  LICHFIELD Guildhall 8pm (doors 7.30pm)  

01543 262223  www.lichfieldarts.org.uk

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*RECENT NEWS

Thank you ever so much for supporting my concert By Severn and Somme at Gloucester Cathedral. It was such an honour to be invited to perform in that glorious building on the Centenary of the Armistice weekend.

Very sad news that two legends of the folk scene – Bill Caddick, and Roy Bailey have passed away – Bill is most famous for songs like John O’ Dreams, Unicorns, and She Moved Among men. He also worked in theatre productions at the National Theatre, with Magic Lantern, and formed Home Service with John Tams. Roy Bailey was a fine singer on the folk scene for over 50 years – working with Tony Benn, John Kirkpatrick, Leon Rosselson, Martin Simpson, Andy Cutting, and many others.

My thoughts are with Bill and Roy’s families and friends.

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*ALBUMS on sale now!

My new 2 CD album 30 Songs for £16 inc P&P

(£19 for European mainland / £20 for rest of the world)

All On A Winter’s Night

Borderland 

The Winding Stair

The Gloucestershire Collection

Breaking The Silence – with Mike Silver 

for £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

West Country Christmas

A Country Christmas

Line of Blue 

Roll On Dreamer 

Edge of Day – with Laurie Lee

The Glorious Glosters

for £11 each (inc post and packing)

(£14 for European mainland / £15 for rest of the world)

Also available is

Afterwords – the live Decameron album from 2001

For £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

Please order by phoning 01453 885088  leave a message and do leave your phone number –   you can also email your phone number for us to call you back.

or you can post a cheque with your order to

Red Sky Records, P O Box 27, Stroud, GL6 0YQ. UK.

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*My BBC ACOUSTIC RADIO SHOW 

now every Sunday at midnight across the West

on BBC Radio Gloucestershire, BBC Bristol, BBC Somerset, and BBC Wiltshire on FM, AM, DAB, online and listen again on BBC Sounds 

JOHNNY COPPIN PROGRAMMES available on listen again- with playlists and gig guides   

These shows are still available to listen again on BBC Sounds

Sun 28 Oct – There are new tracks from Karine Polwart, Breabach,  Gilmore & Roberts, Stephen Fearing, Jamie Smith’s Mabon, Ruston Kelly, and Ethemia

There’s also a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from Fisherman’s Friends, Show of Hands, The Breath, The Slocan Ramblers, Sarah McQuaid, Jake Morley, and Luke Daniels

Sun 4 Nov – The special guest is the singer/songwriter Steve Tilston talking about his new album.  There are also new tracks from the likes of Karan Casey, Ashley Hutchings, Siobhan Miller, The Brother Brothers, David Benedict, and Callaghan

All this plus a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from Oysterband, Kieran Goss, Frigg, Chris Leslie, and Ron Taylor

Sun 11 Nov – To commemorate the Armistice Centenary, there are tracks from Mary Dillon, Elbow Jane, Merry Hell, Ray Cooper, Louise Jordan, Poacher’s Moon,  Roscarrock, plus Issy & David Emeney

There are new songs from Afro-Celt Sound System, Furrow Collective, and Daria Kulesh  and a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from Skerryvore, The High Kings, and Iona Fyfe

Sun 18 Nov – new tracks from Seth Lakeman, Siobhan Miller, Tide Lines, Missy Raines, Daoiri Farrell, Cuig, Nick Ellis, Stewart Henderson & Yvonne Lyon

And there’s a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from The Wandering Hearts, Show of Hands, Elles Bailey, Trio Dhoore, Fisherman’s Friends, Nicola Clark, Jaywalkers, and Blazin’ Fiddles

Sun 25 Nov – The new tracks include Karan Casey, The Trials of Cato, Merry Hell, Breabach, Jimmy RankinAshley HutchingsSinnober, Hickory Signals, and Benjamin William Pike

And there’s a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from Faustus, Jim Moray, Winter Mountain, Ashley Hutchings, Rosie Hood, and Martyn Wyndham-Read

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Thank you so much for your continued support – 

It means such a lot, and hope to see you at a concert very soon!


With kind regards,
Johnny

johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

 

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SEPTEMBER 2018 NEWSLETTER

JOHNNY COPPIN NEWSLETTER – SEPTEMBER 2018

P O Box 27, Stroud, Glos.  GL6 0YQ
tel no. 01453 885088
johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

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*LATEST NEWS

Please do come and support my 2 concerts next month:

Monday 1st October – when I return to the RUNCORN Folk Club,

And then on

Friday 5th October – at MINCHINHAMPTON Holy Trinity Church, near Stroud, with PAUL BURGESS   a Charity concert in aid of Horsfall House Care Centre – a really worthy cause.

Full details are in CONCERT DATES below!

I’m currently finalising a 2 CD retrospective album – details soon!

*RECENT NEWS

Many many thanks to all those who came to my concerts in August:

Bath Folk Festival – where I played a really enjoyable concert with Kevin Brown –

And at Shrewsbury Folk Festival with Phil Beer – where we played to a jam-packed marquee and had wonderful reaction from the audience. There’s lots of feedback from email, and Facebook below.

There’s also a video on Facebook – The song is We Shall Not Pass – originally on my 2nd album “No Going Back” and also released as a single –  It will be on my new retrospective album out in November.

Other songs we played were Border County Road, Postcards From Cornwall, Hallelujah, The Winding StairCotswold Lad, We Had It All, Innocents’ Song, Celebrate My Life, Roll On Dreamer, and We Shall Not Pass.

What a few weeks of music it’s been!

At Shrewsbury Folk Festival —I saw again the amazing band Skerryvore (Sco), plus Gretchen Peters (USA) The Fitzgeralds (Canada), Foreign Affairs, and Snaarmaarwaar (Belgium)

At Didmarton Bluegrass Festival – the stunning Corn Potato String Band (USA), and G-runs ’n Roses (Czech)  Plus 3 wonderful UK bands..Midnight Skyracer, Medicine Creek, and The Propane Brothers-

Then I really enjoyed Alden Patterson & Dashwood at Barny’s Live Music club in Stroud;The Bob Porter Project at Miserden; Leveret at Ruskin Mill; and the Stroud Folk Weekend.

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CONCERT DATES – 2018

Mon 1st October – RUNCORN Folk Club, Runcorn Golf Club,

Clifton Road, Runcorn, WA7 4SU  – 8pm

Roger Hanslip 01928 731567 rogerhanslip@gmail.com

 

Fri 5th October – MINCHINHAMPTON Holy Trinity Church, near Stroud, GL6 9BW  – with PAUL BURGESS 7.30pm 

a Charity concert in aid of Horsfall House Care Centre for the elderly

Tickets from Horsfall House 01453 731227

Fri 9th November – GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL – “By Severn and Somme” a commemoration of the Centenary of end of WW1 – with Paul Burgess and Martin Fry – 8pm  For details of all weekend events and tickets  www.gloucestercathedral.org.uk

 

ALL ON A WINTER’S NIGHT TOUR Late November / December 

Fri 23 Nov – BLANDFORD  – Pimperne Village Hall, DT11 8UZ Dorset  7.30pm  

tickets 01258 452661 / 07818 600106

 Sat 1 Dec – EXETER  – Methodist Church, Tedburn St Mary, EX6 6AA  7.30pm

Tickets 07837 532704 and email tsmtickets@btinternet.com

 Sat 8  – CHIPPING NORTON  – Wychwood Folk Club,

Tiddy Hall, Ascott -under-Wychwood, Oxon, OX7 6AG  7.30pm

www.wegottickets.com/wychwoodfolkclub

Sun 9 – BRISTOL – The Folk House, Park Street Start time 8pm   Doors 7.30pm

Tickets from Bristol Folk House, ant.miles@fancourtmusic.co.uk

or online here: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/449608

Sat 15 – STROUD Subscription Rooms GL5 1AE 7.30pm (doors 7pm)  

with Geoff March and images by Martin Fry – and guests The Stroud Wassailers

01453 760900 subscriptionrooms.org.uk

 Sun 16 – PLYMOUTH – Folk on the Moor, Westward Inn, Lee Mill PL21 9EE 7.30pm 

Info/ tickets  folkonthemoor1@gmail.com

 Thu 20 – CHELTENHAM Bacon Theatre GL51 6EP  7.30pm

with Geoff March and images by Martin Fry

01242 258002 bacontheatre.co.uk

 Sat 22 –  LICHFIELD Guildhall 8pm (doors 7.30pm)  

01543 262223  www.lichfieldarts.org.uk

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*FEEDBACK from facebook, emails texts..

Re my Shewsbury Folk Festival set with Phil Beer..

“Died and gone to heaven… with Phil Beer, a packed marquee… fantastic. Big glass of red wine in hand – perfect Sunday afternoon. Just beautiful music. It was a magic hour… I do so hope you will both play together again. You saw the reaction…. everyone just loved you! “- L.M. In Nottinghamshire

“Fabulous set from two amazing musicians”- S.L

“We just want to tell you how much we enjoyed your reunion gig with Phil at Shrewsbury Folk Festival. It brought back many happy memories and we were so pleased that there was such a huge appreciative audience” – R & P.D

“Saw a clip of you performing with Phil Beer at Shrewsbury – sounded great!” – S.B

“Great trip down memory lane with Phil – lovely set!” J.B

“Thanks to you and Phil for my request, Innocents Song, a perfect choice. Lots of happy memories seeing you perform together again playing some of my old favourites. See you at Christmas if not before “ – H.A

“Last weekend I started to seek out all the tapes I had. With Spotify I don’t need them anymore, I thought. So 85% landed in the bin. But there were some tapes that had special words or music on them. One of them was a tape taken from a radio programme in the Netherlands, were I live. I never found a cd of Johnny Coppin, I also didn’t know if I had written it correct in 1980 or so … Of course the quality had gone down, and for 15 years I hadn’t listened to it anymore. But today I did … and searched, and found your website! It wasn’t a 9 days wonder, no!  I’m happy I listened to that old tape today, and very happy you’ve made more music and kept on singing. I’m grateful … Thank you, and good luck!” – M.R

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*My BBC ACOUSTIC RADIO SHOW 

now every Sunday at midnight across the West

on BBC Radio Gloucestershire, BBC Bristol, BBC Somerset, and BBC Wiltshire

on FM, AM, DAB, online and listen again for 30 days!!!  On iPlayers of all 4 radio stations. 

Eg… http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiogloucestershire

JOHNNY COPPIN PROGRAMMES available on listen again- with playlists and gig guides   

These shows are still available to listen again 

Sun 26th Aug – There are new tracks from the likes of Runrig (with Julie Fowlis), Danu, Rachael McShane, Yvonne Lyon, Eilidh Patterson,  Mairearad & Anna, Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage, and Dan Webster, plus a look-ahead to festivals and gigs in the region with music from  Midnight Skyracer, Vervain, Merry Hell, Luke Daniels, and Zoe Wren

Sun 2nd Sept – There are new tracks from the likes of The Tannahill Weavers, Jackie Oates, We Banjo 3Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith, Andrew Collins Trio, Terry Emm, Gathering Tides, and Glen Phillips plus there’s a look-ahead to festivals and gigs in the region with music from Leveret, Merry Hell, Rory McLeod, Cara Dillon, Luke Daniels, Ninebarrow, Alden Patterson & Dashwood, and Phil King

Sun 9th Sept – There are new tracks from the likes of The Breath, Steve Ashley, Kitty Macfarlane, Me For Queen, Iain Thomson and Marc Duff.

There’s a look-ahead to Priston Festival and events in the region with music from Martin Simpson, Cardboard Fox, Reg Meuross, Jacob & Drinkwater, Kevin Burke, Daisy Chapman, Kadia, and Rant  plus a classic track from Jackson Browne who receives the Gandhi Peace Award this week

Sun 16th Sept – The special guest is the Bristol-based singer/songwriter Kitty Macfarlane talking about her new album and forthcoming tour

There are also new tracks from the likes of Richard Thompson, Loudon Wainwright III, Hannah Rarity, Henry Bateman, David Milton, Chris Eaton & Alexandra Urquhart

All this plus a look-ahead to festivals and gigs in the region with music from Nancy Kerr & James Fagan, Sam Carter, Kevin Brown, Molly-Anne, Keith Kendrick & Sylvia Needham, and Mischief Afoot

Sun 23rd Sept – There are new tracks from the likes of Me For Queen, Skerryvore, Steve Tilston,  Kelly Oliver, Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith, Mark Harrison, Chris Lambert, and Stevie Dunne;

Classic tracks from Fotheringay, Alison Krauss & Union Station plus a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from Elles Bailey, Peter Bruntnell, Churchfitters, and Harri Endersby

And on

Sun 30th Sept – There are new tracks from the likes of Eddie Reader, Seth Lakeman, The Breath, Kelly Oliver, Kitty Macfarlane, Ruston Kelly, Loudon Wainwright III, David Milton, Emilyn Stam & Filippo Gambetta

 plus a look-ahead to gigs in the region with music from Ralph McTell, Steeleye Span, Cara Dillon, Police Dog Hogan, and Si Barron

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*ALBUMS on sale now!

A new 2 CD retrospective album coming soon! – details in next Newsletter

All On A Winter’s Night

Borderland 

The Winding Stair

The Gloucestershire Collection

Breaking The Silence – with Mike Silver 

for £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

Line of Blue 

Roll On Dreamer 

Edge of Day – with Laurie Lee

West Country Christmas

A Country Christmas

The Glorious Glosters

for £11 each (inc post and packing)

(£14 for European mainland / £15 for rest of the world)

Also available is

Afterwords – the live Decameron album from 2001

For £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

Please order by phone – 01453 885088  (leave message and your phone number if we are out)

or by posting either a cheque or credit card details to

Red Sky Records, P O Box 27, Stroud, GL6 0YQ. UK.

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Thank you so much for your continued support – 

I really do appreciate it, and hope to see you at a concert very soon!


With kind regards,
Johnny

johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

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AUGUST 2018 NEWSLETTER

JOHNNY COPPIN NEWSLETTER – AUGUST 2018

P O Box 27, Stroud, Glos.  GL6 0YQ
tel no. 01453 885088
johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

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What’s in this newsletter?

–  Latest News 

–  Forthcoming festivals and concerts

–  A Winter’s Tale tour by The Festival Players – Review and Final tour dates in England and Wales, until 26 Aug in  Oxford, Stratford upon Avon, Worcester, Witney, Stroud, Cheltenham, Winchester, Liskeard, Bideford, and South Glos.

–  BBC Acoustic programme – now on 4 radio stations across the West on Sundays at midnight

–  Albums for sale 

*LATEST NEWS

Do come and support my  concert with PHIL BEER on Sunday 26th August at SHREWSBURY FOLK FESTIVAL 

A rare chance to reunite with the very talented PHIL BEER  (from Show of Hands) for a set at 2pm in the Sabrina Marquee    – shrewsburyfolkfestival.co.uk

RECENT NEWS

Exciting News about The Festival Players Theatre Company!

We can think of no greater endorsement of the integrity of our work.

There was a wonderful performance of The Winter’s Tale last Sunday (12th) on the beautiful Scilly Isle of Tresco with Dame Judi Dench in the audience.

We are thrilled and honoured that this great Lady of the Theatre has accepted an invitation to become a Patron of our Company.

Just a few final chances to see The Winter’s Tale by The Festival Players –  

18 August in Oxford, 19 Aug in Stratford upon Avon, 21 Aug in Worcester,  22 Aug in Witney, 23 Aug in Stroud, 24 Aug in Cheltenham, 25 in Winchester, 26 in Liskeard, 27 in Bideford, and 28 Aug at Winterbourne, South Glos.

FOR MORE INFO –  www.thefestivalplayers.co.uk

My BBC Acoustic radio programme – is now on 4 radio stations across the West on Sundays at midnight on BBC Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset, and Wiltshire- and on iPlayer.

Many many thanks to all those who came to my concert for WORDFEST at Gloucester Cathedral on Friday 6th July   “Forest and Vale and High Blue Hill” –  songs of the Gloucestershire poets In The Lady Chapel – and also my concert with KEVIN BROWN at Bath Folk Festival on Sunday 12th August

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* CONCERT AND FESTIVAL DATES – 2018

Sun 26 August – SHREWSBURY FOLK FESTIVAL – with PHIL BEER 

In the Sabrina Marquee at 2pm   shrewsburyfolkfestival.co.uk

Mon 1st October – RUNCORN Folk Club, Runcorn Golf Club,

Clifton Road, Runcorn, WA7 4SU  – 8pm

Roger Hanslip 01928 731567 rogerhanslip@gmail.com

Fri 5th October – MINCHINHAMPTON Church, nr Stroud – with Paul Burgess 7.30pm 

a Charity concert in aid of Horsfall House 

Information  kathy@63windmillroad.co.uk      tel 01453 882960

Fri 9th November – GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL – “By Severn and Somme” a commemoration of the Centenary of end of WW1 – with Paul Burgess and Martin Fry – 8pm  For details of all weekend events and tickets  www.gloucestercathedral.org.uk

ALL ON A WINTER’S NIGHT TOUR Late November / December –

with dates so far confirmed in

Pimperne Village Hall nr Blandford, Dorset (23 Nov), 

Tedburn St Mary, Devon (1st December),  

Wychwood Folk Club, Oxfordshire (8 Dec),

Bristol Folk House (9 Dec), 

Stroud Subscription Rooms (15 Dec), 

Folk on the Moor, Lee Mill near Plymouth (16 Dec), 

Cheltenham Bacon Theatre (20 Dec), 

Lichfield Guildhall, Staffs. (22 Dec).

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FESTIVAL PLAYERS SUMMER TOUR of “The Winter’s Tale” by William Shakespeare with music written and directed by Johnny Coppin,

” a delightful summer evening’s entertainment “

Final tour dates in England and Wales, until 26 Aug …..   

On the 8th in Dorset, 9th in Penzance, 10-12th on Isles of Scilly, 15th in Devon, 16th in West Wales, 18th in Oxford, 19th in Stratford upon Avon, 21st in Worcester, 22nd Witney, 23rd near Stroud, 24th in Cheltenham, 25th near Winchester, 26th in Liskeard, 27th near Bideford, and 28th in South Glos.

see website  thefestivalplayers.co.uk

Directed by Michael Dyer – Music written and directed by Johnny Coppin

A talented team of professional actors in a colourful comedy; an all-male, fast-paced, costumed production. Most performances are open-air, so bring low-backed seating, rugs and warm, rainproof clothing.  Note –  I DO NOT peform at these events. ALL the music is sung and performed by the actors.

REVIEW
‘The Winter’s Tale’ has long been regarded as one of Shakespeare’s most problematic plays – and rightly so. Neither fish nor fowl, it juxtaposes the high tragedy and dark themes of ‘Othello’ with the sun-lit, pastoral comedy of ‘As You Like It’. The interval makes the switch easier but it’s still quite a leap for the audience.

 Perhaps changing attitudes are rendering as problematic plays that were not originally considered so; for example, since I first fell for Drama in the Fifties, I have seen great changes in how ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ is interpreted and received. Humour is a touchstone for the times. I confess I often find Shakespearean comics tedious, but have learned to live with them in order to enjoy the timeless treasures that make Shakespeare unparalleled. If ‘The Winter’s Tale’ were lacking in timeless treasures, it would not have survived for so long. Fortunately the capable hands of Director Michael Dyer and his talented Festival Players safely steer us to what one (sadly anonymous) reviewer eloquently described, in 1999, as ‘the sudden, unexpected return of spring to wintry hearts [which] has extraordinary spiritual grace.’

 Mark Spriggs excels in the really tough role of Leontes, King of Sicily. One minute he is doting on his gracious wife, Queen Hermione (Edmund Attrill), the next he is consumed with murderous jealous rage as she charms, at Leontes’ bidding, his old friend, Polixenes (Jaymes Sygrove) into delaying his departure. Mark’s responses, written on his expressive face, leave us in no doubt that his conviviality is turning poisonously sour. His deadly rage is the more lethal for simmering silently before any words are spoken. As Hermione, Edmund Attrill is the epitome of ‘extraordinary spiritual grace’ bringing tremendous dignity and clarity to this most sorely wronged Queen.

 It is important to say this is the tenth all-male play I have seen by the Festival Player and their excellent reputation is, in part, down to the fact that they never caricature women. Hermione is a case in point; well-observed and played with respect. The same comments apply to Matthew Samuel’s Perdita and Jaymes Sygrove’s Paulina; the latter shown as courageous, determined and loyal to her Queen. Jaymes’ eloquent facial expressions reveal the conflict and fear within Paulina as she takes the terrible risk of speaking truth to power, as do the other members of the court. Will Gillham as Antigonus has the unbearable task of abandoning Hermione’s baby, at the King’s command, before being eaten by a bear. Antigonus, like the First Lord (Tom Everatt) tries to reason with Leontes, but the king is in the grip of a terrible, destructive, unfounded jealousy and will not be placated, even as his family is lost to him, apparently for ever.

 All the players take two or more parts, and cope with the costume changes with aplomb. I think Frances Holt has surpassed herself with these costumes – they are elegant, striking and, for those actors playing women, graceful and unfussy. As Perdita, Matthew Samuel, (who also plays the sickly Mamillius, the truly tragic son of Leontes and Hermione), handled a costume malfunction with calm efficiency. Pretty Perdita and Polixenes’ dashing son, Florizel (Tom Everatt) make a charming couple, showing the meaning of true love to fathers who are both domestic tyrants.

Will Gillham’s assured Autolycus has fun at the expense of the shepherds, bringing a natural exuberance to the role. As I live in a rural area, I get a bit twitchy when country folk like the shepherds are seen as dim and risible, so I liked Mark Spriggs’ calm and contemplative Shepherd. Tom Everatt as Young Shepherd came perilously close to activating my Wurzel Alert, but a certain sweetness and freshness redeemed him.

 No Festival Players production would be complete without the excellent musical direction of Johnny Coppin and the very effective voice work of Trish Knight Webb. Alan Christopher’s set is simple, effective and portable as befits a company that sets up pretty much any place, anywhere. Credit is also due to whoever choreographed the witty country dance. All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed a delightful summer evening’s entertainment in the glorious gardens of Cothay Manor.

 Unusually for me, I intend to let someone else have the last word. I received this from my friend Vicky: “If you are writing a review about the Festival Players, my comments are FABULOUS! As usual. They are the best and my favourite Shakespeare company, for style, clarity, talent. My top vote for Shakespearean performance goes to the Festival Players every time.” – AVRIL SILK in Remotegoat.com

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My BBC ACOUSTIC RADIO SHOW –  now has a new day and time – 

every Sunday at midnight across the West

on BBC Radio Gloucestershire, BBC Bristol, BBC Somerset, and BBC Wiltshire

on FM, AM, DAB, online and listen again for 30 days!!!  On iPlayers of all 4 radio stations. 

Eg… http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiogloucestershire

JOHNNY COPPIN PROGRAMMES available on listen again- with playlists and gig guides   

These shows are still available to listen again 

Sun 22nd July – This week there are new tracks from the likes of Damien O’Kane & Ron Block, Whiskey ShiversVelvet & StoneTrail WestHatful of Rain, Yves Lambert Trio,Brackenbury & Neilson

All this plus a look-ahead to festivals and gigs in the region with music from Roseanne Cash, Sharon Shannon, Alaw, Pierre Bensusan, Tim Edey, Keith Thompson, and Discovery

Sun 29th July  – This week there are new tracks from the likes of We Banjo 3, Damien O’Kane & Ron Block, Steve Tilston, Mike Vass, Eilidh Patterson, Bob and Gill Berry,  Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith, and Stuart Masters

All this plus a look-ahead to festivals and gigs in the region with music from Karine Polwart, The East Pointers, Skipinnish, Peter Knight’s Gigspanner, Julie Fowlis, Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys, Sam Outlaw, and Saskia Griffiths-Moore

Sun 5th Aug – This week there are new tracks from the likes of Runrig, Danu, Fairport ConventionRachael McShane, Eamon O’ Leary,  Jeff Warner, Ben Morgan-Brown, BBC Young Folk Award winner Mera Royle, and Velvet & Stone

A preview of the Bath Folk Festival with organiser Marick Baxter and music from John Doyle, The Bookshop Band, and Alan Burke 

plus a look-ahead to other festivals and gigs in the region with music from Baka Beyond, Midnight Skyracer, and Mike Silver

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* ALBUMS on sale now!

All On A Winter’s Night

Borderland 

The Winding Stair

The Gloucestershire Collection

Breaking The Silence – with Mike Silver 

for £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

Line of Blue 

Roll On Dreamer 

Edge of Day – with Laurie Lee

West Country Christmas

A Country Christmas

The Glorious Glosters

for £11 each (inc post and packing)

(£14 for European mainland / £15 for rest of the world)

Also available is

Afterwords – the live Decameron album from 2001

For £13 (inc post and packing)

(£16 for European mainland / £17.50 for rest of the world)

Please order by phone – 01453 885088  (leave message and your phone number if we are out)

or by posting either a cheque or credit card details to

Red Sky Records, P O Box 27, Stroud, GL6 0YQ. UK.

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Thanks so much for all your support – 

I really do appreciate it, and hope to see you at a concert very soon!


With kind regards,
Johnny

johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk          www.johnnycoppin.co.uk

Facebook page    http://www.facebook.com/johnnycoppin

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