ZoomFolk with Second Chance

Monday 26 July 7.30 p.m.

ZoomFolk   -    an online event with live, acoustic music.

Contemporary and traditional folk and country music.

Admission:   FREE

The first event will be held on Monday 26 July at 7.30 p.m.

We will be closing the show by 10.00 p.m.

Pure acoustic performances in a live Zoom event, hosted by Michael Braccia and Lesley Clayton of the acoustic duo Second Chance.

To get involved, please send an email to michaelbraccia@hotmail.com requesting an invitation to the event.

Please send your email request at the latest by 2 p.m. Thursday 22 July.

You can join the event as a performer or audience member. If you would like to appear as a performer, please let us know the songs you would like to perform (maximum of 4), to reduce the chance of duplication. Don't worry if you want to change your choice of songs nearer the time.  Just let us know -  even on the night.


We will display the performers' names and song choices on this page. 

Please say how you want your name to be displayed.  e.g. full name, first name or maybe the name of your duo or group.

All you need is an internet connection, access to 'Zoom' on your P.C. or tablet and a webcam.

The number of songs you perform will depend on the number of performers who have applied.  We want everyone to have the opportunity to do at least one song.

We look forward to seeing you at 'ZoomFolk with Second Chance'

Best wishes,

Michael Braccia and Lesley Clayton

Second Chance


Song choices for ZoomFolk  Monday 26 July:

Performers and their songs:


Second Chance: 

Across the Great Divide (Kate Wolf),  Absent Friends (The Fureys),

Wild Mountain Thyme (The Corries),   Windy Harbour (Pete Abbott)

Ron Ryan:

Jonny cash and James Taylor  (4 songs)

Roger Edwards:

I'm your puppet  (Penn and Oldham)

Tom Traubert's Blues

(Four sheets to the wind in Copenhagen)     (Tom Waits)

50 ways to leave your lover  (Paul Simon)

Let's Dance (David Bowie)

Tony Gillam  (all self-penned):

Then the rains came;        Doing wrong

Drinking vodka with Debussy;     Shouting at the dark

David Jones:

Kingswinford Time;     Rose of England

Fotheringay;       Cookoo's Nest