Most weeks are “Singers’ Nights” – with plenty of instrumental music as well – but we like to book guests too.
The club’s policy on booking Guests
This year, we're again looking to book a guest every five weeks or so. We've always been a strong singers’ club and the folk who attend like to participate. That's the essence of Kiveton Park. It will not become a 'concert' club where folk sit mute and open-
23rd January 2018
Graeme’s involvement with folk music goes back over 20 years. He was director of the Doncaster Folk Festival for several years and has been involved in the running of several clubs. Graeme enjoyed a high profile with the Group “Landlocked” for 6 years although his repertoire is not restricted to just Shanties, it encompasses Traditional Love Songs, Mining Songs, Gospels, Drinking and Music Hall Songs and some more recently written contemporary songs – many with good enjoyable and singable choruses. His rich baritone voice draws you to join in the singing and his delivery and presence make for a most memorable evening.
"If you want a whole room full of landlubbers bellowing out the choruses to a wide selection of shanties and other eminently singable songs, then Graeme's your man......" – Eric Bogle
Our friends Gaynor, Sally, Steve and Charlie back for another fantastic evening of songs and tunes. Expect a brilliant mix of traditional and original tunes, sensitive arrangements of songs, some familiar and some less so. A perfect blend of instrumental artistry and harmonious voices.
Nick Dow is an all round professional folk singer and folklorist, singing and researching English and Irish traditional songs, taught and encouraged by traditional singers from Dorset and Lancashire as well as singers from the travelling people. A superb guitarist with a rich voice, Nick has a fascinating story to tell about each of his songs. He is fast becoming a regular guest at Kiveton!
Jeff Warner is among the American nation’s foremost performer/interpreters of traditional music. His songs from the lumber camps, fishing villages and mountain tops of America connect 21st century audiences with the everyday lives – and artistry – of 19th century Americans. His songs, rich in local history and a sense of place, bring us the latest news from the distant past.