Folk music is inspired by stories of poor rural peasants. Their pain, anguish and suffering are frequently reflected in the audience’s faces.
Singers insert a finger in one ear to maintain the desired key. Audience members insert fingers in both ears to achieve the desired volume.
Warm clothing is used to counter the effects of the cold reception.
Petitioning the singer to shut up.
It is usual to shout: “Get off!”.
Weapon used to shut folk singers up.
Often followed by “No!”
Cuban folk singer.
Folk songs sung in Chinese.
What few folk singers make.
Someone claiming to like folk music.
Brick thrown at particularly bad performers.
The Wild Rover
The dogs are driven mad too.
Streets of London
Where many folk singers are forced to ply their trade, often with a can of cider in one hand and a dog end in the other.
Mobile Kebab counter at folk festivals.
The look the audience gives the folk group.
Horror film where wildlife is driven psycho by Tippi Hedren singing folk music in the shower.
The amount of beer consumed at folk clubs means performers do this frequently.
After too much beer even the buildings appear to move.
We absolutely do not believe this is a real word.
In exactly the same way that rave music is only bearable if you are on drugs, folk music is only listenable if you are drunk.