Songs of anguish and despair, from Sam Williams, the grandson of the great Hank Williams.
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.
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.
Enjoyable collection of artful seventies-flavoured rock from New Jersey based Paul Dutton.
A new look at the first three albums from the Ultimate Experimentalists, Third Ear Band.
Welcome return of a classic, lost album from Steve Ashley.
Endearing debut album from classical violist turned multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter Ali Comerford
That late period renaissance just keeps on flowing from David Crosby, who turns 80 years old in a few weeks.
First ever “Greatest Hits” collection of a great, yet overlooked, talent in the form of Jackie Leven.
Rodney Crowell offers a deeply personal contemplation of the political, climatic and economic upheavals of our times.