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Frontman of the Ian Campbell Folk Group, Campbell was influenced by the Marxist George Thomson, which led to the group preforming songs about industrial workers.
Indeed the venue also put on a folk night in The Caroline Room playing host to The Ian Campbell Folk Group, and as a jazz club it attracted the likes of Terry Lightfoot and Monty Sunshine.
Pegg, who also played with Swarbrick in Birmingham's renowned Ian Campbell Folk Group in the 1960s, added: "Once we got on stage and started playing, he kept leaning on me - mostly to stop himself from falling over - and I couldn't play with him clinging to my arm.
Dave had joined the Ian Campbell Folk Group in 1960 aged 19.
The 65-year-old said doors began to open for him only after he auditioned for the Ian Campbell Folk Group in 1965.
This is the home of the Ian Campbell Folk Group," he announced, drawing scattered cheers from the audience.
Swarbrick, of course, has been with the Ian Campbell Folk Group, Martin Carthy and Fairport Convention in a long and illustrious career.
The Ian Campbell Folk Group, founded in 1956 and turned professional in 1962, began life as the Clarion Skiffle Group, an offshoot of the left-wing choir, the Clarion Singers.