John Meed

John Meed is a singer-songwriter based in Cambridge whose music has been described by R2 Rock’n’Reel as: ‘Thoughtful and thought provoking.’

‘The spirit of folk music is alive, well and delightfully accompanied.’ FATEA

‘Pavilion Parade said it all really – who said political songwriting was dead?’ Eric Bogle

You can order John’s new album, The Hills of Arran, here

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The 12 Bar Club

Tara and I played a one-hour set at the 12 Bar Cub in its new home of 203 Holloway Road, London N7 8DL on January 31st.

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The 12 Bar Club is a legendary venue. The original club was founded in Denmark Street in 1994. Jeff Buckley played an impromptu set there before the launch of his debut album Grace. Adele, Martha Wainwright, Joanna Newsom and KT Tunstall all played their first London dates there. Other people who have played the club include Bert Jansch, Nick Harper, The Albion Band, Steve Jones, Boo Hewerdine, Damien Rice, Regina Spektor, The Libertines, Pete Doherty, Keane, Seasick Steve and Gordon Giltrap. When it was threatened with closure more than 25,000 people, including Pete Townshend and Marc Almond signed a petition to keep the club.

The club relocated from Denmark Street to the Holloway Road in 2015 and continues to offer live music most nights.

Here is the video of Tara and I singing The Hills of Arran.

 

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