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"Vin was one of the hardest working performers on the British folk scene" - The Guardian
The Guardian has called vin "one of the hardest working performers on the British folk scene". Paying tribute, Derek Schofield writes, "With his repertoire of self-composed and traditional folk songs sung with passion and commitment, hilarious introductions and stories, a distinctive voice and a mop of hair that either hung in ringlets or resembled an untidy haystack, Vin Garbutt, who has died of heart disease aged 69, was one of the most popular singers on the British folk music circuit".
You can read The Guardian's full obituary here.