Feisty neo-trad warriors, Elephant Sessions, stamp an indelible mark on their state of the art highlands fusion.
Gareth Williams is Festival Director at Cropredy. He is usually in the shadows but we welcome him as he shares some of his thoughts on past events.
Splendid burst of experimental and psychedelic folk from the Shine/Masterson combo that forms Moundabout.
Ric Sanders returns to the site to share his memories of Fairport’s Cropredy Convention’s past! Another fascinating read about one of THE best festivals.
After several acclaimed singles, the West Country based Fritillaries release their self titled debut album, oozing with originality, musically entrancing and lyrically intriguing .
Classy and classic country duet territory from Wales, Black Feathers have a foot in the folk and rock of Americana.
Gwenno releases Tresor; aural Celtic treasure from Cornwall kickstarting further the linguistic renaissance of the South West.
Pronghorn celebrate thirty years as a band and we have the video premiere for their new single from their forthcoming new album.
Fairport Convention voyage down the Rhine with a captive audience…this is the story of what went down.
Delicate, irresistible reflections from London-based singer/songwriter Josh Geffin
Gerry Conway joins us in the lead up to one of our favourite festivals making its long awaited return; Fairport’s Cropredy Convention.
Virtuoso guitar/violin duo, Brooks Williams and Aaron Catlow, dig into their American songbook.
Drive-By Truckers do. if you will, a sort of Fables of the “Recollections”, reconstructing their past into songs of experience and charm.
A dream of an offering, courtesy the Isle of Uist. Eabhal offer more vibrant Gaelic music.
Barbara, Brighton’s rising stars, return home to launch their sensational new EP in grand style.