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History of Stonehouse Music
Liz Law and Terry Conway have been playing in folk clubs, separately, for many years, but over recent years they have developed an extensive repertoire together. Terry sings and accompanies himself on guitar, and Liz provides accompaniment on mountain (Appalachian) dulcimer and hammer dulcimer, and occasionally sings harmony in the choruses. She also provides the occasional instrumental in their set.

Their repertoire consists of a wide variety of material, including songs written by Terry, and songs written by both Terry and Liz. They also perform traditional material, including English and Scottish ballads and Irish songs.

Their performances have been very well received at the clubs where they have guested. These include Ryburn 3 Step Folk Club in Ripponden, near Halifax, which is hosted by Pete Coe; Birtley Folk Club, hosted by members of the Elliott family and at the Grove Folk Club, in Leeds. In 2003 they were guests at Whitby Folk week, and have also played at Alnwick Gathering and Portpatrick Folk Festival.

Liz and Terry's first CD together was released in 2001. It includes some traditional material as well as six songs by Terry and four songs jointly-written by Liz and Terry. One of these, "Premier Hotel", the title track of the CD, is about a temperance hotel which was bombed during an air-raid on the Hartlepools in August, 1940.

Liz and Tery have released their second CD Of Riots and Rabbits. You can order a copy from our website.

Anyone interested in buying CDs can also contact us on 01434 683251, or email