suggur 'bard, balladmonger
, poet [archaic]' [no DEDR].
Just two guitars and a drummer, the band features balladmonger
David Sanders, reunited with ex-Karma Resin guitarist/bandmate Ade, with a special appearance on drums from The Colosseum's number two soundman Chris "The Rock" Mock.
She observes that 'the figures of the ballad writer and balladmonger
of Elizabethan and Stuart times are difficult to define clearly' (p.
Coventry's own balladmonger
David Sanders (ex Karma Resin) is also at the club and sandwiched in the middle are Kid Gallahad.
Martin Parkers A briefe dissection of Germaines Affliction (entered SR 9 Feb.
She quotes William Kemp's use of the term 'Shakerags' in his pamphlet Kemp's nine daies wonder to describe those of his fellow balladmongers
who were attempting to cash in on his exploits by misrepresenting them(6) She also claims that 'to shake a stage was a commonly used term descriptive of a great Elizabethan actor's performance'(7) although the only example she gives at first seems to undermine her case.