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a musician who plays the accordion

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The programme sees the return of local accordionist and musician Steve Roxton, the ever popular Tees Valley World Drummers from Middlesbrough, Dennis Teeth on his Musical Saw and another performance by the Artemis stilt walkers.
Fiddler and singer Morris Ardoin is the son of famed Creole accordionist Alphonse 'Bois Sec' Ardoin, who's still playing today, at the age of 87.
MUSE AND MUSIC WILL TAKES US: Woodpigeon (left) and poet Aoife Mannix and accordionist Janie Armour
The 007 star telephoned Phil Cunningham after hearing the accordionist once penned a lament in his honour after wrongly thinking he had died.
From the classic tangos, milongas and valses of the 1930s and 1940s, to the nuevo tango of Astor Piazzolla and the freshly-minted compositions of their accordionist and bandoneonist Pete Rosser, Tango Siempre present a diverse concert performance of Tango Argentino.
The legendary Scots band will be joined by special guests including Shetland fiddler Aly Bain and accordionist Phil Cunningham.
Joining concertina player and singer Pat Smith are accordionist Mike Greenwood, singer and guitarist Ned Clamp, storyteller Eirwen Malin and Dawnswyr Taf-Elai, a group of dancers assembled especially for the project.
All the songs were in French and, although accordionist Yves Lambert made a few brief introductions in English, the audience could have done with a little more help in knowing what the songs were about (I'm thinking in particular of a beautiful sounding ballad performed by Bordeleau in the first half)
Music will be provided by local singer Adele Henderson, accordionist Jim Wiseman and piper Travis Gordon.
The next meeting is on Dec-ember 4, when accordionist Gordon Pattullo will be guest, accompanied by drummer Malcolm Ross.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 2.10 The Accordionist, 2.40 Le Brocquy, 3.10 Never Lost, 3.40 Power King, 4.10 Battlefield, 4.40 Greenwich Meantime, 5.10 Mr Ed.
ACCORDIONIST Jack Emblow will be at Coventry's Leofric Hotel on January 20 for another in the beat series of jazz lunches which have proved so popular.
THE accordionist who played the tune of the Captain Pugwash TV series has died.
The accordionist, who died last year aged 92, would even pay the rent for struggling families in his home village of Auchtermuchty, Fife.