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Fisherman's Friends of Port Isaac

Jun 2010, updated Apr 2011

Port Isaac Fishermans Friends

March 2011
Next live performances by Fishermans Friends are in mid May in Penzance.

June 2010
Video of Fishermans Friends singing at the harbour in Port Isaac, a rerecording of their celebrated single 'No Hopers, Jokers or Rogues' with new lyrics in support of Englands World Cup campaign in South Africa.

March 2010
The Cornish fishermen singers in Port Isaac called the Fisherman's Friends have sung in and around the village of Port Isaac for over 15 years. Traditional tunes and folk songs are their style. The group are are linked by the sea being, or having been, fishermen, lifeboat men or coastguards.

They perform weekly on a Friday night during the summer months near the harbour front in Port Isaac Cornwall. See location of Port Isaac Cornwall, close to The Edge Restaurant in Port Isaac. If you drive to Port Isaac you will most likely park in the council car park close to the cliff tops and The Edge restaurant. Parking is at a premium in Port Isaac with its narrow streets along with houses built long before cars needed anywhere to park.

This Youtube Video of Fishermans Friends standing on the Platt in Port Isaac where they regularly performed in summer.

The Cornish Fisherman's Friends have netted a £1 million record deal with Universal Music to produce an album. They will be alongside other recording artists at Universal Music such as Lady Gaga and Take That.

Although Port Isaac is their normal venue, the Fisherman's Friends have performed their sea shanties all over the UK including the Royal Albert Hall. And will be at Glastonbury this year.

The new album from Fishermans Friends will be release in late April. It was recorded in the 15th century church in nearby St Kew, just a few miles from Port Isaac in Cornwall. And the BBC morning news featured Fisherman's Friends in Port Isaac on 19th March 2010. See the BBC News about how these Cornwall singers have won a deal to make album of sea shanties.

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