Tennessee’s Poet of the Road, RB Morris, celebrates life, freedom, sunshine and the open road.
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.
Ghost Owl – guitar and violin duets inspired by, and written for, the Barn Owl
Timeless, breathless collection of funk, soul, blues and rock from Brooklyn’s Dakota Jones.
Anthems for open hearts and raised fists from Djugun Aboriginal singer-songwriter Nidala.
Gentleman, legend and consummate musician. At The Barrier was greatly saddened by the news of the death of the one and only Charlie Watts
A taster for an enticing album from the Lubbock Rodeo Rider; Ross Cooper.
Anthems, hope and escapism – it’s all there on Posh Pop – the first Toyah album for 13 years!
Songs of anguish and despair, from Sam Williams, the grandson of the great Hank Williams.
Fairport Convention return to The Brasenose to reclaim something of their sadly cancelled yearly event; Fairport’s Cropredy Convention.
Joyful, vibrant and highly exciting – a stunning debut from Scotland’s funky female folksters, Heisk.
The Tribes’ frontman, Johnny Lloyd, returns with a collection of joyous, anthemic singalongs.
Like a Whirlwind! Refreshing, quirky and subversive blast from Philadelphia Nügrass duo on the new album, Hard Feelings
A pictorial memoir of Fairport’s Cropredy Convention – 1979-2019.
Various Artists – Separate Paths Together: An Anthology Of British Male Singer/Songwriters (1965-1975): Album Review
An extensive reappraisal of all corners of the singer/songwriter genre on Separate Paths Together via Grapefruit Records.
Talking Elephant Reissue OX15; the second solo album from the sadly missed multi-instrumentalist and former Fairport Convention & Jethro Tull man Maartin Allcock.