Hulett, Alistair, 1953?-2010

Glasgow-born folk-singer who lived in Christchurch with his family ca 1968-1971, and later had a profile as an an international socialist and revolutionary songwriter. He moved from Christchurch to Australia in 1971. He moved back to the UK around 1996. (Information retrieved 2 May 2015 from Wikipedia)

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Date: 1960 - 1979 From: Garland, Phil (Collector): [Posters and ephemera relating to folk music, popular music. 1960-2009] Ref: Eph-D-MUSIC-Garland-1960/1979 Description: Ephemera and posters relating to folk music and to the career of Phil Garland: 1967: The Folk Centre. Every Friday and Saturday from 8 o'clock and Sunday fro...
Date: 1967, [1969-1970], [ca 1980s] From: Garland, Phil, 1942-2017: Photographs Ref: PAColl-10394 Description: Comprises photographs relating to folk music and Phil Garland's field collecting. Some images were probably taken by Garland, others by unidentified photogra...
Date: 1991 From: Garland, Phil (Collector): [Posters and ephemera relating to folk music, popular music. 1960-2009] Ref: Eph-C-MUSIC-Garland-1991-01 Description: Poster advertising folk festival abstract design panel of a treble clef, musical notation and sharps and flats. Below is a cake with 21 lighted candles on to...
Date: 1968 Ref: Eph-A-MUSIC-1968 Description: Includes: Alberni Quartet of the University of Canterbury, with Maurice Till. Concert series 1968. 7 July [1968]. Programme NZBC in co-operation with the Uni...
Date: 2008 From: Mussel Inn Ltd: [Posters and ephemera] Ref: Eph-C-MUSIC-Mussel-Inn-2008-3 Description: Includes the following posters. Some designed by Andy's Eye (Andrew Dixon of the Mussel Inn): Matt Ralph. Mussel Inn, Sunday 5th Oct 2008 / Andy's Eye Arts O...