The first guest of an ‘exciting’ autumn season at Boston Folk Club on Monday will be concertina player Steve Turner.
Steve began his long career in music in the late 60s on the Manchester folk scene.
In 1979 he won the Melody Maker Stars of the 80s national competition and after touring internationally, releasing four albums on the influential Fellside label.
After a time away from the folk scene he returned in 2004 and a fifth album, The Whirligig of Time was considered for the 2008 BBC Folk Awards.
His latest CD, Rim of the Wheel was released in 2012 to rave reviews.
The club meets upstairs on the second Monday of the month at The Eagle Public House, West Street in Boston,
Anyone is invited to head along and enjoy the music, which starts at 8.15pm .
Future guests at the club will include Dan Cassidy and James Hickman in October, Doug Hudson and Ian Cutler in November and the Gerry Colvin Band in December.