Your comprehensive guide to folk events in Coventry and Warwickshire.

Coronavirus and folk events – you guessed it, there aren’t any!

Well that’s not quite true. Enterprising and savvy club organisers and artists are turning to the web to set up new alternative platforms. Thus sometimes involves streaming live performances or simply watching video recordings of artists performing in their own homes.

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Richard Thompson @ Coventry Cathedral
Jun 26 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The finest Rock songwriter after Dylan and the best electric guitarist since Hendrix’ – Los Angeles Times

In 2017, Ivor Novello Award-winning and GRAMMY Award-nominated legend Richard Thompson gave himself up to the music itself. Picking up a guitar, emotions echoed through his deft fleet-fingered fretwork, poetic songwriting, impassioned picking. Those transmissions comprise his nineteenth solo album and return to New West Records, 13 Rivers.

Thompson’s influence can’t be overstated. Everybody from Robert Plant, Don Henley, and Elvis Costello to REM, Sleater-Kinney and David Byrne has covered his music. Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy jumped at the chance to produce 2015’s Still—which earned plaudits from Pitchfork, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, and more. Meanwhile, Werner Herzog tapped him for the soundtrack to Grizzly Man. He launched his career by co-founding trailblazing rock outfit Fairport Convention responsible for igniting a British Folk Rock movement.