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There are a number of other web sites devoted to Steeleye Span, some maintained by the band members themselves.
Richard Hollis hosts the "Unofficial" Steeleye
Span Web Pages.
Richard has a series of recent, exclusive interviews with band members. Recommended.
Reinhard Zierke has an
excellent set of pages, with links to other Steeleye Span
Kellett has a site with transcripts of interviews and news clippings from the
folk pages have links to lots of interesting folk resources.
site links back to just about every other Steeleye Span site.
Eduardo Mota has pages concentrating on
Maddy Prior, while Maddy has her
own site which replaces her previous
Stones Barn site (and has some absolutely gorgeous photos of Maddy dancing!
Peter Knight produces
a wonderful set of pages and a newsletter that is well worth subscribing to. The
best place to find current news about the band, including tours.
Peter's site also has a chat room
and busy guest book.
Peter is also on MySpace New!
a Gay Woods site.
Martin Carthy has a well maintained web site covering his, and his family's, many solo and collective endeavours.
The offical Ashley Hutchings pages are at Folk Icons.
The John Kirkpatrick official site covers squeeze boxes, Morris Dancing and John's current gigs etc.
Ken Nicol has http://www.kennicol.co.uk/ with information on his previous work with the Albion Band,
his solo career, and much more. He also serves up a podcast at FolkCast and has a MySpace page.
Tim Hart has a web site, but it has nothing to do with music and everything to do with photogegraphy and La Gomera
You must read Steve Winick's article,
Twenty-Seven Years on the Bus".
The group's record company, Park
Records has a list of current tours
Hear a 23 minute interview with Peter Knight at http://www.pmpnetwork.com
The Folk Icons web site has information about various past members and many related British folk music bands and artists.
We have found a little more about Shelagh McDonald.(See the notes
to Rave On) Geoff
Owen is on the track.