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Sat 7th Sept 1pm
Diggers Festival

Wed 3rd July 7pm
The Atkinson
With "Over The Moon"

Thu 30th May
The Bailiff Bar

Sat 18th May

Clough Day Does Folk



Sat 9th Sept 5pm
Wigan Diggers Festival
Gerrard Winstanley, Wigan

Wed 12th July 8pm
The Holding Cell
The Old Courts, Wigan

Sat 10th June 9pm
Coppull Folk Festival
2 sets of 45 minutes

Tue 2nd May 8pm
The Bobbin, Leigh

Sat 29th April 2pm
HMV Grand Arcade, Wigan.

Wed 1st March 7pm
The Atkinson Southport
With Boo Hewerdine/Brooks Williams

Thursday 17th November

Songwriter Session, The Bailiff Bar, Wigan

Wednesday 5th October
The Atkinson - Southport (Grateful Freds)


Saturday 1st October

The Mine is Yours Festival - Astley Green

Tuesday September 20th
The Bobbin Micropub, Leigh

Saturday 10th September (5.40pm)
Diggers Festival - Wigan

Saturday 4th September (5.20pm)

Crooke Festival, Shevington.

Saturday 27th August (2pm)

HMV Wigan

Tuesday July 26th
Shepherds Inn, Leigh

Wednesday 6th July (8pm)
Over Hulton Folk Club


Friday 10th June
Coppull Folk Club - Coppull

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March - Album launch

Recording and staying home.  ;(

Saturday 2nd Feb
The Old Pear Tree Wigan
Sunday 7th April
The Bailiff Bar, Old Courts, Wigan Time TBC

Friday 10th May Hebden Bridge Folk Festival
The Shoulder of Mutton  8pm

Saturday 11th May Hebden Bridge Folk Festival
The Railway Hotel 7.30pm

Saturday 25th May Millstone Music Festival, Golborne


Thursday 29th August
The Coffee Stop - Leigh

Sunday 1st September
Fleetwood Folk and Blues Festival

2 spots : Venue TBA

Saturday 7th September
Wigan Diggers Festival Main Stage Time TBC

Saturday 14th September
Leigh Canal Festival, Leigh Miners RLFC Time TBC



2018 (Recording new album Mainly)

Friday 11th May
Private party, Chorley

Sat 12th May
Hebden Bridge Folk Roots Festival
6pm @ Ramble and Rose
9pm @ Chapter 17

Sun 27th May

Hinds Head festival
Friday 8th June
Coppull Folk Festival. (starts 6pm)

Thu 21st June
Wigan Old Courts Grand Vault
Simply Dylan7.30pm

July 15th
Acoustic Sessions Wigan Old Courts (Court Room) Time TBA

Saturday August 18th
Wigan Live Festival
Wigan Central 7.00pm
Saturday August 25th
Liverpool Folk OnThe Dock Festival
Stanley Ambrose Stage 5.20pm
Sunday August 26th
Liverpool Folk OnThe Dock Festival
Stanley Ambrose Stage 2.00pm

Saturday 15th September
Leigh Canal Festival
Leigh Miners RLFC 9pm

Friday October 12th
Chapter 17, Hebden Bridge 7pm

Thursday 8th November
Leigh Coffee Shop Events Room 7pm
Friday 30th November
Headsticks / Ticnotoc / Vision Thing
Old Town House Warrington 7pm

Saturday 28th October
Merry Helloween (Merry Hell and Vision Thing), The Citadel St. Helens. 7.30pm

Thursday 9th November
The Coffee Shop, Leigh,

Friday 29th December
Acoustic Lounge Poynton time & adm tbc
EARLIER in 2017========================
Sat 28 Jan
Turnpike Centre, Leigh supporting Merry Hell acoustic (SOLD OUT)
Sun 19 Feb
Dochertys, Wigan (afternoon session)
Lesfest - evening (Bellingham Hotel, Wigan)
Thu 4th May
KettleWorld Studios Recording New EP
Sat 20th May
Red Triangle cafe, Burnley
Sun 4th June
Coppull Folk Festival
Tue 20th June
Made in Liverpool TV Session Recording
Wed 12th July
Narrowboat TV Session Recording

Sat 26th Aug
Old Town House, Warrington
Momentum Warrington Rock for Corbyn event
Stage time 3pm

Tameside Festival, Manchester  8pm
Mon August 28 (Bank hol)
Retro Bar Bury 4pm (Glaston Bury)

Sat 2nd September 
Parbold Street Festival 
From 12 noon 
2 sets 20 mins each 

Sat 9th September 
Wigan Diggers festival time tbc

Saturday 7th October
The Old Courts Folk Festival, Wigan (Headline Slot) 8pm

Morning's Coming Album Review by Mike Davies of Folking.com

Posted on Mar 11, 2021 by David Windsor

Morning's Coming Album Review by Mike Davies of Folking.com

"Their previous album deservedly won acclaim and awards far and wide. Listening to Morning's Coming, it’s clear they were only just warming up."

Thank you Mike for a wonderful review ...

Mike Davies of Folking.com

March 2021
Excerpts ...
Begun in 2019 and completed in lockdown, and produced by Merry Hell’s John Kettle, Morning’s Coming, the second album by the North West quartet stakes an immediate claim to 2021’s ultimate best of list, with Cherlene Walmsley effortlessly securing her place among the great and most emotionally expressive British folk rock voices.

The title track opens proceedings, a waterfall of cascading chords telling an aching tale of lovers separated by distance as, complemented by  David Windsor’s restrained violin and accompanied by simple acoustic guitar, she sings “every time I call you nobody picks up the call”, not knowing why she can’t make contact. It goes without saying that, while it may not have been inspired by the lockdowns, it clearly resonates.

Up next is the deeply romantic and metaphysical ‘Another Life’, an undisputed contender for song of the year, as, again accompanied by yearning violin and acoustic guitar, where Walmsley sings of a love that reincarnates over the ages as reborn souls seek out their eternal partner. It  is, quite simply, magnificent.

Again concerned with timelessness, featuring Micah Hampson on warm trumpet evoking the glow of Northern brass, Cunliffe takes the lead for the slow waltzing ‘Le Verre À Pied’, a portrait of a traditional Paris café in the Latin quarter where all human life can be found and where the sepia photographs on the walls and newspapers stacked high at tables bear testament to the passing years.

Weathering hard times is to the fore again on the circling fingerpicked guitar-and violin-caressed traditional sounding melody of ‘In Your Company’ sung in the voice of a man feeling lost in a world without empathy and an increasing divide between the haves and have-nots, finding comfort and strength with someone to take their hand and guide them, whether you want to think of that as friend, lover or God.

Their previous album deservedly won acclaim and awards far and wide. Listening to Morning’s Coming, it’s clear they were only just warming up.

Mike Davies

To read the full review please head over to Folking.com