Calum MacPhail, Scottish singer songwriter and a member of the award-winning trad folk powerhouse band Hò-rò, releases his debut solo album.
From a memorable concert recorded in Hungary in August 2022, Steve Hackett and Djabe release Live in Gyor which combines slinky, smooth melodies with a slightly more volatile side.
Young Folk star Maddie Morris makes a stand on the Upstream EP.
Any thoughts that the award-winning Strangers album would be difficult to surpass prove false as the Young Uns have done so with Tiny Notes.
Following up their entertaining album Sign And Wonders, The Burner Band release Age Of The Liar , again displaying their unique brand of bluegrass music.
Exploring Birdsong release Dancing In The Face Of Danger. Another wonderfully crafted collection of pieces of music from this gifted trio.
Over Hulton Folk Club’s March offering sees Tony Winstanley and Len Pilkington offer up a double bill.
Dynamic Indiana trio The Cold Stares release Voices – a diverse collection of top quality blues.
Lost Trades follow up their award-winning debut with Petrichor – an album that should match its success.
Impermanence is the new album release by Dominic Sanderson, just a year after his stunning debut EP Discarded Memories.
On Stolen From God, Reg Meuross unravels facts about Britain’s involvement in the Triangular Trade of slaves in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Louise & Chris Rogan, Lawrence & Steve kick off February at Over Hulton Folk Club.
Over Hulton Folk Club kick off 2023 in style with Merry Hell.
A collection of traditional style folk songs given fascinating arrangements by David Carroll to whet the appetite of purist traditional folk song fans.
The much anticipated second album from Faceless Mirror is finally released with 11 more musical gems on From The Void.