A LEGEND of the folk world is set to perform in Bethesda.

Toronto born singer-songwriter Bonnie Dobson is appearing at the Neuadd Ogwen, on Friday, October 5.

She is joined by the folk four piece The Lords of Thyme, and special guest Keith Christmas. Bonnie was recently inducted into the Canadian Songwriters' Hall of Fame for contributions to song writing over her 40 year career. She started playing at the Greenwich village scene with the likes of Richie Havers and Bob Dylan and became a fixture in the New York folk scene. In 1965 her haunting composition (take me for a walk through the) Morning Dew became a 1960s anthem covered by musicians as diverse as Robert Plant, The Grateful Dead, Jeff Beck , Lulu and the Allman Brothers. Returning to Canada in 1969 she worked with producer Ben McPeek on folk pop psych albums for RCA Nimbus. Her self-titled debut featured interpretations of Everybody’s Talking. The Lords of Thyme comprises of Joe Woolley, Tali Trow, and Pat Kenneally. They first played as part of Michael Tyack’s Circulus forming The Lords Of Thyme with Michelle Griffiths of progressive Morris dance side The Belles Of London City. Singer songwriter Keith Christmas will play tracks from his newest album Crazy Dancing Days and repertoire. Tickets are £8, from neuaddogwen.com Bonnie Dobson, The Lords of Thyme and Keith Christmas also play Cell B , Blaenau Festiniog, October 6. Ring: 01766 832 001.