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Dick Miles

b. 31 January 1951, Blackheath, London, Britain. From start around the folk circuit, vocalist and concertina participant, Kilometers switched professional in 1976. From 1977-85 he also used the Suffolk Bell and Horseshoe Music group, and was a creator member of the brand new Mexborough British Concertina Quartet from 1984-88. From 1988 until 1992, he toured sometimes, both in the home and overseas, with songwriter Richard Grainger, furthermore to going after his solo profession. The Dunmow Flitch, documented with his after that wife Sue Kilometers, was an recording of traditional British music, released around the today defunct Special Folk All label, and highlighted Jez Lowe. House Routes contains ‘The Alimony Work’, a bitter tune by Pete Coe about marital seperation plus some of it’s implications. Playing For Period included a number of songs such as for example Lennon and McCartney’s ‘Last night’/‘All My Adoring’, and ‘From Four Until Later’ by blues guitarist Robert Johnson, aswell as even more traditional material, displaying the range from the British concertina. Dick has generated respect for himself in the folk circuit, where he’s still much popular being a soloist. In 1990, Mls documented On Muintavara using the Irish group Suifinn, and performed with them from 1991-92. During his profession Mls has made an appearance on Folk On Two on BBC radio, on many occasions, and provides performed at both Celebration Hall, and Purcell Areas on London’s South Loan company. Mls today lives in Ireland and travels frequently in Ireland, Britain and Holland. Aside from still functioning sometimes with Richard Grainger, he also has with Ril-Gan-Anim, furthermore to his single work.

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