Grayshott Folk Club introduces: RUM RAGGED (on tour from Newfoundland, Canada)

Grayshott Folk Club

Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, Grayshott,
Nr. HINDHEAD, Surrey GU26 6TZ

Saturday 20th July 2024 @ 7.30pm

Grayshott Folk Club introduces:
(on tour from Newfoundland, Canada)

Grayshott Folk Club has featured many top Folk bands from all over Canada (e.g. Red Moon Road, Fish & Bird, Coig). All have been brilliant musicians and the quality of these performers is assured. Rum Ragged are yet another talented group of musical Canucks whose music will take your breath away.

Here is “Let Me Fish Off Cape St. Mary’s”:

“The Thing About Fish”:

2021 JUNO Award Nominees, Rum Ragged, take a bold approach to the distinct folk music of their home, the Eastern Canadian island of Newfoundland. With a reverence for their roots and a creative, contemporary edge, this young band has quickly become known as the finest performers of their great, living, musical tradition.

Boasting bouzouki, fiddle, bodhran, banjo, guitar, and button accordion, these new champions of East Coast music enliven and enlighten audiences with their signature brand of Newfoundland folk. Always honest, thought-provoking, and often humorous, it’s Rum Ragged’s live show that makes them a fast favourite with any audience.

Their combination of striking vocal harmonies, staggering musicianship, and captivating storytelling gives concert-goers an experience they won’t soon forget. Since their inception in 2016, Rum Ragged has maintained a rigorous tour schedule, performing at some of the world’s premier Folk, Celtic and Roots venues, all while managing to record four acclaimed, award-winning studio albums.
Rum Ragged is not your run-of-the-mill folk band, they are the genuine article.

Tickets £18

Available from Grayshott Post Office (in person only)
Reservations by phone, call Des O’Byrne on: 01428 607096
Or online from Ents24:

Summary... Top Canadian Folk band, visit Grayshott Folk Club at the start of a brief UK tour, which includes the prestigious Cambridge Folk Festival.

More things to do