Scotland’s foremost folk singer/songwriter coming to Croydon

Archie Fisher is one of Scotland’s foremost folk singer/songwriters and he is coming to Croydon on July 9.

His gentle singing is complemented by his masterful playing of acoustic guitar.

Recognition for his contributions to Scottish folk music came in 2007 when he was inducted into the Scots Traditional Music Hall of Fame.

Archie’s latest CD, A Silent Song (2015), was seven years in the making.

He combines his compositions with interpretations of classic songs, a wonderful addition to his distinguished catalogue.

Croydon Folk Club meets in the Cedar Room at Ruskin House, CR0 1BD on Mondays.

Doors will open at 8pm and the evening will begin at 8.15pm.

Tickets at £15 or £12 for members can be booked from or pay on the door, go to

Email: or call 07703210795 or 0208 660 5919.

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