Chris Kendrick is a singer songwriter from Middlesbrough, whose musical interests include blues, folk and rock/pop.
He enjoys writing his own songs about the local area and other subjects. He entered a song called "River Blue", which describes the history of the River Tees and Middlesbrough's heavy industry, into "Town in Time", which was a competition ran by Richard Grainger. The song won the competition and the prize was to play it live at Middlesbrough Town Hall.
His songwriting is very well regarded and epitomised by other performers playing his songs on the local music scene.
"There's no music that ain't played by folks"
All are welcome to The Saltburn Folk Club, we meet upstairs in The Marine Hotel, 43 Marine Parade, Saltburn by the Sea, North Yorkshire, TS12 1DZ every Monday (except bank holidays) 8.00 -11.00pm
Latest Club News
Happy New Year to all you Folkies!
We will be holding a Club General Meeting at 7:00pm on Monday 9th February to ratify our constitution and elect our Management Committee. All members are invited to attend. If you would like to put yourself forward for the committee but cannot mke the meeting let us know by email.
Our first concert of 2015 will be held on Friday 27 February at Saltburn Golf Club featuring the brilliant Steve Dagleish supported by Doc Noir. Tickets will be £7:00 or £5:00 if purchased on a Club night. If you want to reserve tickets let us know by email or call Tony on 07868 115153.
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