Home Grown Live Music

121018-0067Come along and listen to a wide range of acoustic music styles from Folk to Country, from Blues to Roots to R&B. Most Thursdays are Singers Nights, with performers doing between two and four songs each. All styles and abilities are welcome.
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Performing at the Club

141106-2893Acoustics at the venue are good and our audiences respectful. Those who wish, can perform “unplugged”, with voice and instrument mics set so that the performances may be enjoyed by everyone in the audience at a comfortable volume.
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Thirteen on the thirteenth

John Williams

Luckily our music nights take place on a Thursday, not a Friday. Not that I’m superstitious, touch wood, because it was too wet to go hunting for a four-leaf clover. And anyway, I might have lost my rabbit’s foot scrabbling about in the dark.

What a fine music night it turned out to be, with luck having nothing to do with it.

Amongst the musical baker’s dozen was a ruck of regulars, some welcome returnees, a couple of new faces and a clutch of impromptu collaborations.

The wizard of the Wirral, John Williams is always a welcome sight when he can make it to our club, busy as he is with festivals and guest appearances all over the show. It was he who got the evening off to a fine start with a couple of songs with his four-string tenor guitar. Later in the evening, John swapped this for his trusty cello mandolin and recruited Tom Degney for some banjo accompaniment.

Lizzy Pegler

As usual, Tom was in demand, accompanying Lynda and collaborating with Robin Spreckley as well as taking his place in the Tom, Dick and Harry band. During all of which he was seen brandishing guitar, mandolin, banjo and dobro.

Lizzy Pegler was back, for the first time this year as was Chester musician Will Riding. Both treated us to some of their fine own home-grown songs.

Two new faces graced the stage. The first was Bill Melis who hails from Porthmadog, followed by Denbigh guitarist Stewart Jones.

All in all, it was another great music night at The Feathers.

The night’s roll call: John Williams, Robin Spreckley, Lynda and Tom Degney, Bill Melis, Lizzy Pegler, Chris Birchall, Will Riding, Steve Juckes-Hughes, Stewart Jones, Joe Lyon, Tom, Dick & Harry.

Richard Ruthin, Robin Spreckley and Tom Degney


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Ruthin Folk Club, or Ruthin All Styles Music Club as it is now known, meets every Thursday evening at The Feathers Inn, Well Street, Ruthin. Providing some of the best acoustic live music in Denbighshire.  Most nights are ‘Singers Nights’ based upon an open mic or plug in and play format.  Firmly established on the North Wales Folk Club Scene, we welcome visiting musicians, with many coming from all over Denbighshire, Flintshire and Gwynedd and the rest of North Wales, as well as from over the border in Cheshire and the Wirral. All tastes in music are catered for as well as all abilities, so do come along and enjoy the fun.

Ruthin AllStyles Music Club – part of the North Wales live music scene