Under The Mason's Apron Folk Show

Under the Mason's Apron is a monthly-ish folk music radio show in the form of a podcast, which can be listened to anytime you like either on-line or by downloading it. We play mainly traditional folk music from the British Isles, including variations from Europe and North America.

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Early days in the studio

Under The Mason's Apron Folk Show -ramblings APRIL 2018


A very sad end to March and continuing now into almost all of April leaves us drained and bereft at suddenly losing someone very close.
It takes time to heal of course but hopefully we shall soon be back in our respective chairs once more, chatting away like nothing has happened. Except it has of course................
Please be patient while we reset the stage.........

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The boys play a tune

Under The Mason's Apron Folk Show -ramblings MARCH 2018


Welcome to the 'new' look Under the Mason's Apron Folk Show website. We've changed things round a bit and updated the cogs to bring us screaming into a non-Luddite look. Hope you find it attractive 'cos it has taken Mal a very long time to get his head round the hyper-text malarkey gubbins that we call 'the internet'.
We'll post stuff here of occasional interest, general comments on various things, and anything else we can think of. We tend not to Twitter too much (you can get bogged down with Twitter and its endless twittering).
The current show contains a tribute, in the way of a short tune, to piper Liam O'Flynn who died suddenly on 14th March. See the link on the right for more details.
You can also find a video of Lumiere performing 'Streets of Derry' from our current playlist, on our Facebook page.

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The boys enjoying the sunshine in Canada

Current Show

The current Mason's Apron folk show is a St Patrick's Day Special which you can find on the **shows** page.
There is also a link on the right to all things St. Patrick courtesy of Wikipedia in case you were wondering what all the fuss is about.


Next show .....

.......should have been out middle of April, but, life has a strange way of interfering..