THE HUSH WITH BOB FOX - DARK TO THE SKY SIR BOBBY ROBSON - ANOTHER (K)NIGHT TO REMEMBER Paul Gascoigne, Alan Shearer, Sir Alex Ferguson, Roy Hodgson, Billy Mitchell, Jim Rosenthal, Mark Knopfler, Joe McElderry, Andre Villas-Boas, Alan Pardew, Steve Harper, Shola Ameobi, Stuart Pearce, Alastair McGowan, Russell Watson, Ruby Turner, Brendan Healy, Faryl Smith, Paul Smith, Ben Ottewell, The Unthanks, The Cornshed Sisters, Scarlet Street.

THE HUSH WITH BOB FOX - DARK TO THE SKY SUNDAY FOR SAMMY 2012 Tim Healy, Kevin Whately, Chris Fairbank, Denise Welch, Brendan Healy, Charlie Hardwick, Chelsea Halfpenny and many more.
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THE HUSH WITH BOB FOX - DARK TO THE SKY BIG RIVER BIG SONGS - Featuring Sting, Jimmy Nail, Mark Knopfler, Joe McElderry, Jill Halfpenny, Lindisfarne, Claire Rutter and many more.
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THE HUSH WITH BOB FOX - DARK TO THE SKY Passin' the Folks Alang the Road! George Ridley & the Blaydon Races
Craig Conway
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Graeme Danby


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SUNDAY FOR SAMMY 2012. I have enjoyed the dvds that I have brought from you not only this week - Sunday For Sammy 2012 which I received this morning and have watched and enjoyed tonight but also previous Sunday for Sammy dvds in 2008 and 2006 as well as Big River, Big Songs - The Tyne And The Tall Ships 2005 - I have enjoyed them all and may It continue hence why I have now ordered Sunday for Sammy 2004 and 2010. Shelley B
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SUNDAY FOR SAMMY 2012. Many thanks for sending me the Sunday for Sammy DVD so quickly. This is a highly entertaining, amusing and well produced DVD. In addition, the three fantastic songs performed by the excellent Joe McElderry make it essential viewing for his many fans. Jo O
Alex Glasgow - Northern Drift & Joe Lives My CD of Northern Drift and Joe Lives! arrived this morning - many thanks for the speedy service, it's much appreciated. Many years ago I had a LP version of Joe Lives! and really enjoyed John Woodvine's performance. Sadly, somewhere along the way in various house moves and de-clutterings it went astray and I thought it was gone for good. I had not been able to find a new copy in any format anywhere. But just the other day I was prompted to do a new Google search for John Woodvine and Joe Lives! and found your firm and all your marvellous material, and there it was, hence my order. I am very pleased to have a fresh new copy of Joe Lives! It's playing now as I type this message. I'm trying not to sing along too loud... As an expat-Geordie I'll be coming back for more of your recordings. Best regards Alan T
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The Owen Brannigan Story DVD Sir, 79years, ex-geordie, ex GP, may I say how much I enjoyed your DVD about Owen Brannigan. The accompanist interviewed was superb. But why no mention of Ernest Lush? Their "Friday Night" recitals were superb. Clever, witty, superbly professional, etc. Regards, James B


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A folk-rock collection of traditional songs commissioned by the Northumbria Anthology in 2002, produced by the talented Jed Grimes featuring the fantastic voice of Bob Fox, who was nominated for 'Best Vocalist' award in the 2003 BBC Folk Awards, due to this release. Songs include 'The Bonny Gateshead Lass', 'Here's the Tender Coming' which was also nominated 'Best Traditional Track' in the same year, 'Byker Hill' and 'Guard Yer Man Weel'. As it says in the booklet; it's OK to play this quite loud!

Track Listing

01  Jack Crawford  The Hush
02  A U Hinny Bird  The Hush
03  Going To The Mine  The Hush
04  Here's The Tender Coming  The Hush
05  The Bonny Gateshead Lass  The Hush
06  The Snow It Melts The Soonest  The Hush
07  The Row In The Gutter  The Hush
08  Oakey's Strike Evictions  The Hush
09  Sair Fyel'd Hinny  The Hush
10  Shoemaker  The Hush
11  The South Medomsley Strike  The Hush
12  Trousers and Coverlets  The Hush
13  Guard Yer Man Weel  The Hush
14  Byker Hill  The Hush


Pete Fyfe - - 24/09/2002
The North-East of England has been established in folk music circles for many years represented by such great bands as Lindisfarne, Jack The Lad and Hedgehog Pie. Now a new name can be added to this illustrious roster.

The Hush boasts the vocal talents of Bob Fox, and an awesome line-up of Jed Grimes (ex-Hedgehog Pie) on guitars and bouzouki, Garry Linsley (saxophones), Graham Wood (piano), Paul Smith (drums) and Neil Harland on bass. Drawing material from the rich seam of traditional ('Here's The Tender Coming' and 'The Snow It Melts Te Soonest') and contemporary songs from their native area, the band have managed to capture fresh sounding arrangements that will appeal to the widest possible audience.

Exploring a diverse array of rhythms including reggae and jazz or the region's own indigenous timing of 3/2 the band's sound is vibrant without being over the top. The scene has been lacking an 'original' folk-rock sound for some time and considering the title of the band, The Hush have more than enough to shout about! By the way, when are we going to see the Hedgehog Pie albums released on CD?

Pete Fyfe - - 24/09/2002