Folk-rocker Rod set to take Root

Doncaster's Roots Music Club is preparing to welcome one of the founder members of folk legends Lindisfarne to the stage.

Thursday, 19th January 2017, 3:35 pm
Updated Thursday, 19th January 2017, 3:36 pm

Rod Clements wrote some of the band’s best-known songs, including Meet Me on the Corner and Road to Kingdom Come.

As a bassist and singer, he has also played and recorded with artists and groups such as Ralph McTell and Mark Knopfler.

A club spokesman said: “More recently, Rod has emerged as a compelling solo performer and respected slide guitarist with the critically praised albums Stamping Ground, Odd Man Out and, now, Rendezvous Café.

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“Subtitled Revisiting songs from the Lindisfarne years 1968-2002, Rendezvous Café brings together for the first time 26 beautifully crafted songs written for Lindisfarne and others, presented in an acoustic format – featuring hits, album highlights and stage favourites like Train in G Major, Can’t Do Right For Doing Wrong and many 

n Rod Clements plays Roots Music Club, The Ukrainian Centre, Beckett Road, Doncaster town centre, tomorrow, Friday, January 20. Support comes from Sheffield duo Absent Average. Tickets are £10 on the door or £8 in advance from