for Folk in and around Yorkshire
Tykes’ is a quarterly print magazine about folk music, song and dance. It covers Yorkshire and surrounds, and is read by people as far afield as the US and Australia; even by one or two in Lancashire! You can find out more about Tykes’ and its history by entering Tykes’ Towers. All the information you need is here.
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SPRING:Mar /Apr /May
SUMMER:June /July /Aug
AUTUMN:Sept /Oct /Nov
WINTER:Dec /Jan /Feb
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Another bumper issue this time with so much more than just Filofolk to read. Articles – that’s anything that isn’t news or reviews – include an interview with Pete Coe and Alice Jones about Five Finger Frank. Do you know why Frank Kidson was called that? Find out herein.
Journey the road from Punk to Folk with new columnist Joe Solo. Reade Writes is back refreshed with insightful comments about Hull… and Halifax… and Hell, and Lydia D’Ustbin looks at some previous Tykes’ News through a bottle of Merlot.
To pique your interest even more, see Folk Fever, Folkzheimer, Spread Your Wings and The Front Line. Interested? Find out more here…Find out more here
FiloFolk is the essential listing of Clubs and Events that grace the centre pages of Tykes' News. Jim Lawton is the FiloFolk editor and also hosts the interactive version on his own web pages.
Unfortunately due to the low level of usage and the increase of other tasks within Tykes' News the Conflict Calendar has been withdrawn.
There is an alternative calendar here on the excellent Yorkshire Folk Arts web site.
Meet the rambling inhabitants of the rambling pile that is the historic home of Tykes' News and discover their shameful secrets.
The Editor, Tykes' News, 408 Skipton Rd, Utley, KEIGHLEY, BD20 6HP
Tykes’ News is published quarterly in March, June, September and December, by Tykes’ News Associates.
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