About the Book
A Pub Full Of Folk is a photographic celebration of traditional folk music being played in an historic English pub. It features photographs of talented grass-roots folk musicians and singers, all dedicated to preserving the traditional music styles of England, Ireland, Scotland, Shetland, Scandinavia, France and many more lands. A Pub Full Of Folk captures the extraordinary atmosphere of traditional folk sessions, where players, singers and dancers gather in one of England's most extraordinary pubs.
Features & Details
- Category Entertainment
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Sep 06, 2010
- Tags folk music, real ale, black and white photography, music photography, folk, music, pubs, traditional, beer, cider, brewery, English, Irish, Scottish, Scandinavian, England, Ireland, Scotland, Shetland, Scandinavia, Norway, Sweden, Norwegian, Swedish, flute, guitar, mandola, whistle, saxophone, melodeon, accordion, concertina, violin, fiddle, banjo, bodhran, singers, singing, vocals, vocalists, dancers, Staffordshire, photography, photographs
John Watson is a professional photographer and writer specialising in music. He is a regular contributor to Jazz Journal magazine, and his work appears internationally in many other magazines, newspapers, and in concert and festival programs and in CD booklets. He is a member of the US-based Jazz Journalists Association.