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IMPORTANT NEWS JANUARY 20 2010 - We are currently testing a new website for The Living Tradition at PLEASE VISIT the new site for up to date information - including our 2010 Festival Listing. We hope to transfer the whole site over the next couple of weeks LINK TO NEW SITE

It is at The Living Tradition is a full colour, bi-monthly Folk & Traditional music magazine that has been in publication for over 15 years. The main aim of the magazine is to highlight the rich heritage of traditional music in the British Isles and further afield, and attempt to bring it to a wider audience.

Living Tradition magazine Issue 83 - Click to buy on-line

The Living Tradition
Issue 83
Jerry Holland - An in depth article on one of the most important fiddlers from Cape Breton. The Leitrim Equation - Aaron Jones - Eamon Doorley, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Julie Fowlis & Ross Martin - Luke Plumb - Elsa Lemaitre - The Pipeline and much more
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Issue 84
our next issue

Our next issue is in preparation and will include features on Bob Wood, Archie Fisher, Jeff Davis, Bram Taylor and much more.

This issue has been delayed for a number of reasons but primarily because of ongoing issues relating to our Summer Schools in 2007 when we became 'whistleblowers' in a complex situation involving (allegedly) property developers, local Councillors and a 'botched building' being declared Dangerous.

ssue 84 Deadlines -
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Our Editorial deadline is effectively passed.