Watford Folk Club welcomes Martin Olyett

This just in from Watford Folk Club:
On FRIDAY 26 April 2019, we re-open after the Easter break with Martin Olyett as our guest. 
If you like sensitive singer-songwriter stuff, with subdued lighting, a melted candle stuck in an old Chianti bottle, and some self-penned songs that will make you sing, laugh, cry etc., come to Martin’s gig at The Pump House Watford, Friday 26 April @ 8.00pm. 
CDs for sale too! (Favourably reviewed in previous Unicorn issues.
Martin is a Luton lad who knows his way round a tune and one of the original founder members of the club. 
Don’t miss him…or you’ll miss him!
£8 to get in -suggested minimum contribution.
Watford Folk Club meets at:


“Watford Folk Club is shocked and saddened to hear about the sudden death of Vicky Martin of The Delta Ladies last week.

Vicky sang and played guitar, banjo, Kandela and Irish Bouzouki. She was the writer of many the Delta Ladies’ original tunes. Vicky was interested in music right through the sixties and seventies and was initially influenced by the great players who were around throughout that period, Clapton, Hendrix whom she met, The Stones, and the music of Miles Davis and Bob Dylan remained her constant favourites.

She will be greatly missed.

The Delta Ladies were booked to play at Watford on 17th May and we were really excited to welcome them. It is with great regret and sadness that we advise that the gig will not now go ahead.

Clive Carey from Chesham Folk Club has kindly agreed to perform for us on that night. More details to follow…

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