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number 136: june—august 2008

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editorial the F word's back...  food and folk
home ground news and views from S Yorks and beyond
letters Networking   Nigel West
Omega 3 review   Omega 3, Dave Eyre
'Witchcraft & Magic'   Joyce & Graham
'Shushed' yet again   Carrie Eastham
features   They Donít Get it —
They Think Itís Music... 
Simon Heywood on creativity and commerce
The Phoenix Flies Again   The return of the Phoenix Music Club
Traditionalis(h)t   Jim Moray is back!
live reviews   The Waifs   Memorial Hall, Sheffield: 14 May 2008
Chumbawamba, Ray Hearne   Academy Theatre, Birdwell: 9 March 2008
The Omega 3   Coal Aston Village Hall: 12 April 2008
Wath Festival   Montgomery Hall, Wath-Upon-Dearne: 30 April to 5 May 2008
cd reviews   various   Revival re:masters (boxset)
Graham & Eileen Pratt   The Greek King's Daughter
Dave Cousins   Secret Paths
Whapweasel   Colour
Kerr Fagan Harbron   Station House
Cath & Phil Tyler   Dumb Supper
Tom Palmer   Tom Palmer
Pete Castle   Poor Old Horse
Crucible   Love & Money
Tony Hall   One Man Hand
Down Trodden String Band   Land of the Sky
book reviews   Matt Seattle: The Great Northern Tune Book
John Offord: John of the Green, the Cheshire Way
make a date   live music diary    
sessions   regional session guide  
clubs & concerts   live music and where to find it

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Harthill Carnival: 12 July 2008

This year's Harthill Carnival includes a concert and ceilidh, featuring the Sheffield Folk Chorale and local band Beggars Belief. Door open at 7 pm. The concert starts at 7.30, with the ceilidh running from 9.15 to 11.15/11.30. Tickets are £5 and there is a licensed bar on site.

Info and tickets: 01909 770921 (Elizabeth Simmonite).

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