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Rick at Peoria Library, Peoria, Arizona Mon 22nd September 2014 by Myrna Foster 
 
Hello again,

We are now almost half way through 2018, and, like me, you are probably wondering where the first half went. I hope you’ve been able to enjoy some of the good weather, wherever you are.

On Thursday 15th March, I played Orpington Folk Club. They meet at The Change Of Horses, Farnborough Village, Kent. It was a great night, despite the horrendous journey round the M25 to get there! Singer/songwriter Jon Cunningham and guitarist Steve Shorey also played a few songs, and Jon joined me to sing harmonies on You Call It Progress, a song I wrote and which appeared on my first album in 1983. Jon sang harmonies on the original recording. It sounded great then, and still sounded great that night at Orpington.

I also appeared at Wivenhoe Folk Club on Thursday 3rd May, and again, a good night was had by all. There was such a lovely atmosphere. This is another great club with a wonderful audience.

In addition, I have other dates still to play for Music In Hospitals & Care, and various other groups

Meanwhile, there are a few more dates yet to be confirmed for the year, a few already in the diary for 2019, as well as the possibility of a return tour of Guernsey for Music In Hospitals and Care. Watch this space.

All confirmed dates, and contact details, are on the tour dates pages.

Thanks for supporting live music, and I hope to see you out there soon.

Travel safely.
Rick
June 2018



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