Paul Carbuncle Wednesday 13 December 2017 at Carrington Folk Club

Our next guest PAUL CARBUNCLE is a Carrington regular who has been very prolific recently in other venues on the Nottingham folk and roots scene.
Originally from east Kent, Paul is a punk-folk stand-up with a distinctive guitar style. He has just completed a CD called “Weasels” which he’s hoping you’ll want to buy for Christmas, perhaps remembering “Squirrels” from his last guest night in 2015. He writes brilliant songs such as “Chopping an Onion” or “Their Front Pages” which draw attention to human dilemmas or political manipulation in a direct way.
He also has a respect for the traditional canon of folk song “of and for the people” so sprinkles interpretations of these into his set to provide an entertaining mix, occasionally enlivened by the odd broken string mid-song.