John Ball

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This song, learned from fellow Rhode Islander, Mary Robin Evans, has become an anthemic favorite at our local pub sings. John Ball was a priest in the 14th century who went rogue and preached about equality and the lack of biblical justification for a rich ruling class. A Bernie Sanders in priest’s robes?

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from The Vox Hunters, released June 6, 2017
BG: lead vox, Anglo concertina
AA: harmony vox, fiddle

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The Vox Hunters Providence, Rhode Island

Armand Aromin and Benedict Gagliardi, are musically bound by a shared love of traditional folk music as well as an eclectic amalgam of songs both inside and far outside the realm of ‘folk music’. Armed with two voices, a fiddle, and free reeds, The Vox Hunters present an exciting repertoire of driving dance tunes blended with an unorthodox collection of interesting songs and musical varia. ... more

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