Biography

Former Roaring Jack singer, Alistair Hulett has launced a solo career in which he storms back with more acoustic folk songs. Alistair, based once again in Glasgow, continues to work solo and with Swarb. He has also written, and performs, three workshop presentations, each one lasting approximately 90 minutes. “From Blackheath To Trafalgar Square” looks at “insurrection and resistance in the Disunited Kingdom” from the Peasants’ Revolt to the Poll Tax Riots. “The Fire Last Time” is a study of the protest song movement of the 1960’s and “Red Clydeside” examines the working class unrest on the Clyde between 1915 and 1920.

Alistair Hulett sadly passed away today, Thursday, 28th January 2010. Rest in Peace

Edited by FolkRadio on 28 Jan 2010, 23:26

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