chronicle: June 2012

That shadowy duo, ruM, once again took on The Green Dragon, interrupting the fickle flow of folk music with a West Country Kinks cover and a Lancastrian recital of The Lion and Albert.

Rhian Edwards‘ new poetry book was launched at The Savoy Tup with a trombone poetry fanfare, but we forgot to steal a copy.

Back in Fitzrovia again, trombone poetry returned to the wine-fuelled fold of Scaledown for an opening set that included recent poems such as Cross Purposes and Probably Not. As the trombone was then required by the Roberto Pla Latin Ensemble in Soho, no other acts can be noted, aside from the traditional caterwauling overture from Braby and Hendry.

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