PETE MORTON is our guest on Wednesday 20 June from 8.30pm and first played at the Gladstone in the early years of the club when he’d moved from his native Leicester to live in Forest Fields. He’s a compelling and energetic performer whose songs have been described as an unruly mix of humour, politics, love and social comment. It was his song “Another Train” that really made his name, and since then he’s produced a new CD on average every 3 years. “When we sing together” has become a folk club standard, as it epitomises the participatory ethos of any good Club. Pete sings from the heart and whether “playing his guitar or doing folk rap as if someone’s life depends on it” he always gives us a great night.