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John Renbourn - 1944-2015

It's with great sadness that we have lost another stalwart of the Folk Revival. John was a dear friend and neighbour up here in the beautiful Scottish Borders. I will miss him and his crazy stories very much. He was a man with incredible energy and charm who lived every day like it was his first and last!

Jim Marrinan

The end of an era is a tired old phrase, a handy catchall, bled dry and diluted by over-application and misuse, a frayed and faded and wrung-out old dishcloth of a cliché. How then do we describe true turn-of-the-tide events, those final irrevocable, fin-de-siécle moments with no turning back, which change the colour of our lives forever? The death of a parent, our children leaving home, the sale of our childhood home, the destruction of a landmark building?

Geoff Turner

Geoff Turner was well known around the English club and festival scene. A singer of traditional and contemporary material with a particular fondness for the traditional style songs of writers like Keith Marsden and Graeme Miles, he was often to be found hosting singarounds at various festivals.