Foot Tappers and Heartbreakers from the grizzled godfather of UK alt-country and dobro wizard partner – Wangford & Dashwood.
John has been a music obsessive since he first heard 'Love Me Do' seeping out of the family radio in 1962. he spent a career in the rail industry before turning back to his first love of music. He plays bass guitar and melodeon, loves folk/rock and lives in Warwick.
Norwich singer, songwriter and fiddler of note, Georgia Shackleton, celebrates the music and musicians of East Anglia on Harry’s Seagull.
A few words in tribute to the icon that was Shane MacGowan.
Wistful ballads, quasi-traditional epics, anti-war songs with a difference – KC Jones leave no stone unturned on latest album Roots.
From the sublime to the outlandish – and all stops in between. 85 covers of Beatles songs for your lasting entertainment.
A batch of favourite and familiar songs get a stately makeover – courtesy of Nick Hart and Tom Moore.
Shazam! The Move’s explosive second album: Remastered, recut and reissued.
News reminder of the 2024 Fairport Convention WinTour.
Songs to encourage sleep – from all around the world. The new album from Toronto singer-songwriter Abigail Lapell is an oasis of calm in hectic times.
A thoroughly engaging short collection from South London indie-folk newcomers, Siblings. Four tracks that make you want to hear much more…
A rare glimpse into the early days of The Jimi Hendrix Experience – just as they were about to change the world forever.
Food for Remembrance Day thought. The Dicemen tell the story of the Buckinghamshire church that inspired a young soldier through the horrors of The Western Front.
Recollections of the past and contemplations of the future. Prepare to be drawn into the thought-provoking world of Andrew Ferguson.
Songs of love and friendship, motherhood, the natural world and the night sky – the debut from Lauren South is a restorative for jaded times.
Fresh, vibrant and full of joy. Newfoundland singer/songwriter and Great Big Sea frontman Alan Doyle is back, and he’s raring to go.