On Friday 7th Feb Roy Palmer organised an evening of folk songs for the Quinton & Harbourne CND, this was held at the Junction Inn in Harbourne and included local singers. A flyer for this event  can be seen below.

Pam and Alan Bishop, who ran the Peanuts Folk Club at this time, organised a number of folk/blues concerts over the years, in 1964, they put on two concerts under the umbrella "Hullabaloo". These were both run at the Midland Institute, the first, in February, featured a large number of local artists including Steve Winwood and Spencer Davis, who went on to become international stars in their own right. Posters and the programme can be seen reproduced below. The second, in September, again featured some local artists Tommy Dempsey, Dave Phillips and Dave Brady, as well as Nadia Catouse and Ewan McColl/Peggy Seeger, a poster for which can be seen below.

Also in September , Friday 25th there was an "Irish All Stars Concert" at Digbeth Civic Hall, included in the list of performers were  Birmingham's Tommy Dempsey and Eamon Lowe, a poster for the concert  has been reproduced below.

On Sat 21st November there was a concert called "Folksong '64" at Birmingham Town Hall, which was hosted by the Ian Campbell Folk Group. The concert featured A.L. Lloyd, Alex Campbell and Leon Rosselson. A poster for the concert has been reproduced form the scrapbook of the late Eileen Whiting.



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