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James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

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ALASDAIR ROBERTS + MARRY WATERSON
The Tabernacle
Saturday 7 November 2009

£16.50 ADV

JAMES YORKSTON, resident of the East Neuk of Fife, returns for a special day of folk music at London’s historic Tabernacle venue in the company of The Big Eyes Family Players.

James plays in support of his new album Folk Songs – out on Domino on the 10th of August – which features traditional songs from the length and breadth of the Great Britain & Ireland and one tune from Galicia in Spain. After a decade which has seen folk music morph into nu-folk, mobile phone-ad folk, mortgage-folk, smoothie-folk and so on, Yorkston has reached back into the tradition of song and place and drawn a line in the sand.



James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

ALASDAIR ROBERTS + MARRY WATERSON
The Tabernacle
Saturday 7 November 2009

£16.50 ADV

JAMES YORKSTON, resident of the East Neuk of Fife, returns for a special day of folk music at London’s historic Tabernacle venue in the company of The Big Eyes Family Players.

James plays in support of his new album Folk Songs – out on Domino on the 10th of August – which features traditional songs from the length and breadth of the Great Britain & Ireland and one tune from Galicia in Spain. After a decade which has seen folk music morph into nu-folk, mobile phone-ad folk, mortgage-folk, smoothie-folk and so on, Yorkston has reached back into the tradition of song and place and drawn a line in the sand.



James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

ALASDAIR ROBERTS + MARRY WATERSON
The Tabernacle
Saturday 7 November 2009

£16.50 ADV

JAMES YORKSTON, resident of the East Neuk of Fife, returns for a special day of folk music at London’s historic Tabernacle venue in the company of The Big Eyes Family Players.

James plays in support of his new album Folk Songs – out on Domino on the 10th of August – which features traditional songs from the length and breadth of the Great Britain & Ireland and one tune from Galicia in Spain. After a decade which has seen folk music morph into nu-folk, mobile phone-ad folk, mortgage-folk, smoothie-folk and so on, Yorkston has reached back into the tradition of song and place and drawn a line in the sand.



James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

ALASDAIR ROBERTS + MARRY WATERSON
The Tabernacle
Saturday 7 November 2009

£16.50 ADV

JAMES YORKSTON, resident of the East Neuk of Fife, returns for a special day of folk music at London’s historic Tabernacle venue in the company of The Big Eyes Family Players.

James plays in support of his new album Folk Songs – out on Domino on the 10th of August – which features traditional songs from the length and breadth of the Great Britain & Ireland and one tune from Galicia in Spain. After a decade which has seen folk music morph into nu-folk, mobile phone-ad folk, mortgage-folk, smoothie-folk and so on, Yorkston has reached back into the tradition of song and place and drawn a line in the sand.



James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

ALASDAIR ROBERTS + MARRY WATERSON
The Tabernacle
Saturday 7 November 2009

£16.50 ADV

JAMES YORKSTON, resident of the East Neuk of Fife, returns for a special day of folk music at London’s historic Tabernacle venue in the company of The Big Eyes Family Players.

James plays in support of his new album Folk Songs – out on Domino on the 10th of August – which features traditional songs from the length and breadth of the Great Britain & Ireland and one tune from Galicia in Spain. After a decade which has seen folk music morph into nu-folk, mobile phone-ad folk, mortgage-folk, smoothie-folk and so on, Yorkston has reached back into the tradition of song and place and drawn a line in the sand.



James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

ALASDAIR ROBERTS + MARRY WATERSON
The Tabernacle
Saturday 7 November 2009

£16.50 ADV

JAMES YORKSTON, resident of the East Neuk of Fife, returns for a special day of folk music at London’s historic Tabernacle venue in the company of The Big Eyes Family Players.

James plays in support of his new album Folk Songs – out on Domino on the 10th of August – which features traditional songs from the length and breadth of the Great Britain & Ireland and one tune from Galicia in Spain. After a decade which has seen folk music morph into nu-folk, mobile phone-ad folk, mortgage-folk, smoothie-folk and so on, Yorkston has reached back into the tradition of song and place and drawn a line in the sand.



James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

ALASDAIR ROBERTS + MARRY WATERSON
The Tabernacle
Saturday 7 November 2009

£16.50 ADV

JAMES YORKSTON, resident of the East Neuk of Fife, returns for a special day of folk music at London’s historic Tabernacle venue in the company of The Big Eyes Family Players.

James plays in support of his new album Folk Songs – out on Domino on the 10th of August – which features traditional songs from the length and breadth of the Great Britain & Ireland and one tune from Galicia in Spain. After a decade which has seen folk music morph into nu-folk, mobile phone-ad folk, mortgage-folk, smoothie-folk and so on, Yorkston has reached back into the tradition of song and place and drawn a line in the sand.



James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

ALASDAIR ROBERTS + MARRY WATERSON
The Tabernacle
Saturday 7 November 2009

£16.50 ADV

JAMES YORKSTON, resident of the East Neuk of Fife, returns for a special day of folk music at London’s historic Tabernacle venue in the company of The Big Eyes Family Players.

James plays in support of his new album Folk Songs – out on Domino on the 10th of August – which features traditional songs from the length and breadth of the Great Britain & Ireland and one tune from Galicia in Spain. After a decade which has seen folk music morph into nu-folk, mobile phone-ad folk, mortgage-folk, smoothie-folk and so on, Yorkston has reached back into the tradition of song and place and drawn a line in the sand.



James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

James Yorkston & Big Eyes Family Players

ALASDAIR ROBERTS + MARRY WATERSON
The Tabernacle
Saturday 7 November 2009

£16.50 ADV

JAMES YORKSTON, resident of the East Neuk of Fife, returns for a special day of folk music at London’s historic Tabernacle venue in the company of The Big Eyes Family Players.

James plays in support of his new album Folk Songs – out on Domino on the 10th of August – which features traditional songs from the length and breadth of the Great Britain & Ireland and one tune from Galicia in Spain. After a decade which has seen folk music morph into nu-folk, mobile phone-ad folk, mortgage-folk, smoothie-folk and so on, Yorkston has reached back into the tradition of song and place and drawn a line in the sand.







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