Links

Artists & Musicians

Maurice Baker (British singer-songwriter and author)
www.songtales.co.uk (book and songs) & www.sunnysongs.co.uk (children’s)

Sam Baker (American singer-songwriter)
www.sambakermusic.com

Billy Bragg (British singer-songwriter)
www.billybragg.co.uk

Bobby Darin (American singer-songwriter – d. 1973)
www.bobbydarin.net

Bob Dylan (American singer-songwriter and author)
www.bobdylan.com

The Ginger Jug Band (British musicians and songwriters)
www.thegingerjugband.co.uk

Stefan Freedman (musician, writer and dance expert)
www.worldance.org/danceliveyourvision.php

Woody Guthrie (American singer-songwriter ad author – d. 1967)
www.woodyguthrie.org

jiva (British singer-songwriting duo)
www.jiva.co.uk & www.jivacoustic.co.uk

John Martyn (British guitarist and singer-songwriter – d. 2009)
www.johnmartyn.com

Ralph Mctell (British singer-songwriter)
www.ralphmctell.co.uk

Dave Minikin (traditional singer and folk club organiser)
http://en-gb.facebook.com/dave.minikin

John Otway (British singer-songwriter)
www.johnotway.com

Keith Richards (Rolling Stones guitarist and song writer)
www.keithrichards.com

Buffy Sainte Marie (American singer-songwriter)
www.creative-native.com & www.buffysaintemarie.co.uk

Pete Seeger (American singer-songwriter)
www.peteseeger.net

Paul Simon (American singer-songwriter)
www.paulsimon.com

Authors & Publications

Billy Bragg
www.billybragg.co.uk
‘Man in the Sand’ (1999 music documentary on Guthrie songs)

W. H. Davies
www.poemhunter.com/william-henry-davies
Brief selection from many works:
‘The Soul's Destroyer and Other Poems’, first published by the author 1905. Then Alston Rivers, 1907 and Jonathan Cape, 1921
‘The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp’ published by Fifield, 1908, Kessinger Publishing, 2003, and Amberley Publishing, 2010.
‘Collected Poems’, published by Fifield 1916.
‘The Poems of W. H. Davies: A Complete Collection’, published by Jonathan Cape, 1934.

Bob Dylan
www.bobdylan.com
‘Chronicles - Volume One’ (autobiography) published by Simon and Schuster, 2004.

Woody Guthrie
www.woodyguthrie.org
Bibliography
‘Bound For Glory’ (autobiography) Originally released in 1943, it was re-released with a foreword written by Studs Terkel following the 1976 film adaptation. Now published by Penguin Classics.
‘Born To Win’ (collection of articles, poems and other pieces)

Will Hodgkinson (author)
www.willhodgkinson.turnpiece.net
Bibliography:
‘The Ballad Of Britain’ (Portico, UK)
‘Guitar Man’ (Bloomsbury, UK. Da Capo, US)
‘Song Man’ (Bloomsbury, UK. Da Capo, US)
Source: www.bloomsbury.com
Also: ‘Songbook’ on Sky Arts.

Jack Kerouac
www.kerouac.com & www.beatmuseum.org
‘On The Road’ by was written in April 1951 and published by Viking Press in 1957.

Ralph Mctell
www.ralphmctell.co.uk
‘As Far As I Can Tell’ (autobiography) published by Leola Music Ltd, 2008, and first by Amber Waves (in two volumes) 2000 and 2002.

John Otway
www.johnotway.com
Bibliography
‘Cor Baby That’s Really Me!’ (autobiography) published by KLG Press, 2009, and first by Omnibus Press in 1990
‘I Did It Otway’ (autobiography) published by KLG Press, 2010.

Keith Richards
www.keithrichards.com
‘Life’ (autobiography) published by Orion Books, 2010.

Chris Rodley (director)
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes
‘Blues Britannia: Can Blue Men Sing The Whites?’ BBC TV documentary, 2009.

Cecil Sharp
www.efdss.org (also many links to mainly traditional music, etc)

Pete Seeger
www.singout.org
‘Where Have All the Flowers Gone: A Singalong Memoir’, published by Sing Out! 2009 (most recent version).

Elijah Wald
www.elijahwald.com
‘Escaping The Delta: Robert Johnson and the Invention of the Blues’, published by Amistad (Harper Collins) 2004.

Venues & Organisations Etc

The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts
www.balticmill.com

Changing Faces (Charity supporting people with disfigurements to the face)
www.changingfaces.org.uk

Chess Records
www.history-of-rock.com & www.chessrecords.com

Folk Clubs (MB’s locals)
Bridge Hotel, Newcastle upon Tyne – Mondays www.bridgefolkclub.co.uk
Berkeley Tavern, Whitley Bay – Wednesdays (contact as above)
Monkseaton Arms, Whitley Bay – Sundays (contact as above)
The Hind, Cramlington – Tuesdays www.cramfolk.co.uk

Music Sites (folkie selection from many)
www.traditionalmusic.co.uk
www.contemplator.com
www.folkradio.co.uk
www.songfacts.com
www.livingtradition.co.uk
www.mudcat.org
www.bbc.co.uk/radio2 (Mike Harding show)

Saltburn Festival (just one of many excellent festivals)
www.saltburnfolkfestival.com

The Woody Guthrie Archives
125-131 East Main Street, Suite # 200, Mt Kisco, N.Y.10549, USA. www.woodyguthrie.org/archives

Woody Guthrie Folk Festival (WoodyFest)
Okemah, USA.
www.woodyguthrie.com

Misc.

http://carlsagan.com

https://www.childmigrantstrust.com

https://www.chinahighlights.com/

https://www.showofhands.co.uk

https://www.passengermusic.com

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