Kate Rusby offers a thoroughly professional production allowing us, despite being as far from the stage as we could possibly be, to feel ever so close.
Jon Kean catches up with a live stream from Valley Maker in support of the When The Day Leaves album release.
We catch up on a live stream from folk icon Seth Lakeman whose Freedom Fields is fifteen years old. A good enough reason for a party.
A weekend at ‘gig TV’ with Norwegian Prog Metallers Leprous as they showcase their most recent two albums with full run throughs of each record, one per night.
Christmas without some songs from Kate Rusby wouldn’t be Christmas. Fortunately for us all, Kate and her band set up not far from home and bring some seasonal cheer.
We attended a live event!! The official Folk Album Chart is launched by Mark Radcliffe at HOME in Manchester.
As the online gigs start to stack up, our live reviews have rebooted. Here’s a report on Jackson’s Jukebox; Luke Jackson’s ‘by request’ gig.
Another online gig and we’re at The Preservation Room for Lunatraktors performance folk art and a sneaky preview of their new album material.
In the wake of Norway’s Inferno Festival having to cancel, Wolcensmen joined the ranks in live streaming a concert for the masses to enjoy.
Miles Hunt – Live from his living room. Jon Kean provides a view of the alternative live experience.
Clannad put on a show for a sold out and defiant Manchester crowd. Their In A Lifetime final tour hits the grand Bridgewater Hall.
Not quite back to the scene of their ‘Best Album’ triumph at the 2019 Folk Awards for Hide And Hair, Trials Of Cato are back in Manchester.
Elvis Costello asks us to trust him on his latest jaunt with The Imposters. As it turns out, you can always place your trust in such wonderful artists to deliver.
…And You Will Now Us By The Trail Of Dead and Alex Henry Foster lay waste to Manchester. We were at the front swatting off Foster sweat.
Playing as main support to Elvis Costello, Ian Prowse delivers a lesson in how to warm up a crowd.