Up and coming Slackfolk at Piatto
08/09/2018
A Light Left OnOriginal acoustic folk pop from Clacton on Sea duo - David J Brown (Vocal/Guitar) and Will Smith Daye (Piano)14:05
A Light Left On LINK
Davo RadoAn authority on the history and derivation of folk song, with a session of a capella community song to join in and enjoy14:35
Positively DylanThree outstanding musicians with their interpretation of the songs of Bob Dylan14:45
Positively Dylan LINK
Crayon AngelsAn acoustic guitar driven trio combining folk influenced songwriting with a vibrant and soulful delivery15:15
Crayon Angels LINK
The Jane Tomsett BandA singer / songwriter with a powerful voice and melodies and lyrics to match15:45
The Jane Tomsett Band LINK
13/10/2018
The Tea LadiesRollicking, roistering acoustic music at its best14:05
The Tea Ladies LINK
Davo RadoAn authority on the history and derivation of folk song, with a session of a capella community song to join in and enjoy14:35
Frank Jordan & Charlie DavisonA fine baritone voice accompanied by guitar with some popular and traditional song14:45
Mc2One of Suffolk's premier progressive folk rock bands, renowned for their originality, foot tapping rhythms and a knack for connecting with their audience15:15
Mc2 LINK
Yas Yas YasHokum style songs from some gifted local musicians15:45
Yas Yas Yas LINK
10/11/2018
Jim, Lesley & PhilA lively vocal and guitar trio, who combine popular music, well played, with a lot of fun14:05
Davo RadoAn authority on the history and derivation of folk song, with a session of a capella community song to join in and enjoy14:35
Suzy CramerAn outstanding singer, guitarist and ukulele player with a session of her own songs and her take on some others14:45
Suzy Cramer LINK
Daughters of the Preacher ManLouisa Charington and Cara Bruns performing hot blues, jazz and soul15:15
Daughters of the Preacher Man LINK
Stevens & RackettWith songs from the Marxist Songbook (think Groucho)15:45
 

SlackFolk is at the Piatto Cafe, 17-19 Priory Walk, Colchester CO1 1LG, on the second Saturday of every month from 2.00 pm to 4.15 pm

SlackFolk presents a platform for acoustic solo artists, bands and poets to showcase their material and offers everybody a chance to escape the chores of Saturday afternoon and to hear some great local acoustic music and poetry. All are welcome and we appreciate your support. Entry is free.

If you’d like to know more or would like to perform, contact:
- info.slackfolk@gmail.com, or
- Richard on 07850 773291