Tag Archives: Gerry Conway

Gerry Conway, Farewell

March 30, 2024

Gerry Conway, the beating heart of folk rock, passed away on March 29th; the giant of gentle percussion touch was only 76. It’s impossible to overestimate his part in creating the musical alloy of traditional idioms and pop trends, as … Continue reading

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August 29, 2021

A New Day 1999 / Talking Elephant 2021 British folk scene mainstay steps out for a night away from the town – with a sophomore offering with Fairporters and Tullians en masse in tow. Maartin Allcock’s passing in 2018 robbed … Continue reading

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December 14, 2017

MiG 2017 When the night is like no other and the room is ringing in his ears, unlikely rock hero rides out to see the glory. This artist always seemed a reluctant solo star: he didn’t tour “Henry The Human … Continue reading

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ECLECTION – Eclection

February 16, 2017

Elektra 1968 / Esoteric 2016 Ahead of their days but lost in time, multinational collective’s attempt to conquer the world. They came from four countries, and Joni Mitchell, who allegedly named them, sensed this group’s potentially wide range of influences … Continue reading

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