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Pardon? fanzine was launched in 1991 - we only have one issue (issue 2) and have no idea if there were any more put out - can you help? [...]
October 2009 edition of the national magazine fRoots (formerly known as Folk Roots) including a five page feature on The Watersons, and a cover shot picturing Norma and Mike Waterson alongside Martin Carthy and Eliza Carthy.
Magazine published in the late 1980s and based at Albany Street, Spring Bank, Hull. We have only seen one issue – there may have been more? Do you have any other issues? Were you involved with Zazu? If so we’d love to hear from you so please get in touch… Here’s the lowdown on […]
Sandman first hit the Hull streets in late 2003, a bi-monthly free music magazine which was part of a group of similar titles – Sandman also had distinct regional versions in York, Sheffield and Leeds. Even as a standalone publication, some of the content was common across all four imprints, though the cover feature was […]
Hull’s country star Tammy Cline adorned the cover of the Country Music People magazine in July, 1982. Tammy has a double page interview in the magazine, in which (in true Hull style) she innocently berates Emmylou Harris’s backing band for not dressing smartly enough! (She wasn’t being mean, we don’t think…) One of Hull’s […]
The Watersons (or some of them, at any rate) adorn the front cover of national magazine Folk Roots, back in March 1986.
Magazine first published in 2004. We have only seen one issue and at present we don’t know if there were any more. Do you have any other issues? Were you involved with Zed’s Replica? If so we’d love to hear from you – so please get in touch…