A showstopping extravaganza of history and songs, singing and strings that nails this duo as a pairing to watch. And listen.
The Trials Of Cato continue to expand the folk roots. Electric guitars, keys and jazzy funk are the order of the day.
We have a first look at the new video from Ranagri – The Lowlands Of Holland, from their Tradition II album.
Celtic feathers float in from Wales in a surprisingly Laurel Canyon breeze. Tri is the album, Plu is the band.
The Trials Of Cato visit Manchester’s Night & Day Cafe on the tour that sees them launching their Gog Magog album.
Tender is the first album in six years from Lady Maisery – worth the wait…
Britain’s favourite Folkestra made their welcome return to live performance last week. We were there!
Radical folk duo Stick In The Wheel announce a new special limited release for December 2022 – Endurance Soundly Caged.
We’re at Over Hulton Folk Club again for this month’s event which features the double header of Craig Joiner and Edwina Hayes.
The Carrivick Sisters – Charlotte and Laura – bring bluegrass into the West country on Illustrated Short Stories.
Electric folk music continues to demonstrate quite how much life is left in the genre, Henry Parker at the forefront of a new renaissance.
Luke Daniels and The Cobhers, staying alive and getting groovy with a folk/disco thang.
Glorious reframing of her own idiosyncratic selection of choice cuts from the songbook of Eliza Carthy.
We’re at the 2022 Manchester Folk Festival for a wealth of established artists and plenty of exciting talent.
The Magpies dance to a sprightly tune on Undertow.