Graeme Miles


Songscapes: this wonderful book  is now available in song form. That is to say, it is possible to purchase the songs with notation and words but without Robin Dale's photographs. This work does take time so do be prepared to wait a few days before receiving your copy. For the cost of £45, postage and packaing £5 extra, you will received 57 of Graeme's songs including his  best loved ones for less that £1 each. Please order through the website.  Songs include My Eldorado, When The Snows of Winter Fall, The Shores of Old Blighty, Where Ravens Feed, Farndale Daffodils, When the Tees Ran Warm, Waiting for the Ferry and Fair Rosedale.

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Graeme Miles on BBC Radio 4

It is with delight that Friends of Graeme Miles can announce that Graeme and his music is to be featured on BBC Radio at 4pm on Monday, October 2nd

The programme strongly features The Young 'Uns who will be talking about Graeme and why he is their inspiration

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Graeme Miles Evening

This year's Graeme Gathering will take place on the above date at Toft House, Middlesbrough (Little) Theatre, The Avenue, Linthorpe, TS5 6SA, on Friday, 30th September, starting at 7pm. It is bound to be another highly successful and enjoyable evening with lots of Graeme's songs being sung as well as many others. The room can seat a maximum of 80 so get your tickets before they all go. They are available from the theatre or on the door. Guests invited so far include Mike Nicholson, Anna Shannon, Di Henderson, Robin Dale,The Wilsons and Ailsa MacKenzie, Mick Madden, Ken Hall, Marion Hall, Kevin Hall, Alex Angel and Colin Mather, all of whom make up The Ironopolis Singers, with the MC for evening being Kevin Hall. Also coming is this year's winner of The Graeme Miles Bursary, Rachel Haymer.

Last year's gathering was brilliant and hugely entertaining, with guests coming from as far away as Dublin just for the night.

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Dorman Museum

A River Runs Through It is the title of a day and evening of talks, film and song illustrating the role of the River Tees in history. It takes place at the Dorman Museum, Middlesbrough, on Friday, 9th September, 2016. From 10am to 4.30pm there will be a series of talks about the impact of industry on the river, wildflowers and industrial legacy, the relationship between the river and Stockton-on-Tees and the port of the Tees itself. Speakers include Martin Allen, Jeremy Garside, Tony Nicholson, Alan Betteney and John Little. This is followed by an evening of song and film, starting at 7.30pm for 8pm, and featuring Robin Dale, harpist and singer Ailsa MacKenzie and other members of The Ironopolis Singers, Ellie May Morgan and Margaret and Tony Maughan.  The songs will mainly feature the work of Graeme whose songs of the River Tees are legendary and include Blue Sunset, The Banks Of The Tees and A Great Northern River.  This is a rare day of great interest for people to embrace and take in. Tickets are available from the museum and are £3 or £4 on the door.

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