Daniel And Abi Shaw will perform original songs from his album, Fish House Blues: “An Album about my place in Somerset, The themes explore my place in my village where we live on the Somerset Levels, the wetlands. The whole of history behind me and the future stretching out in front.”
A quartet composed of a cello, viola, violin and female singer and guitar player. Their style is very much a blend of americana, folk, and other elements.
Intricate melodies from the folklore of their homes, Wales and Gloucestershire.
The Lost Trades are a trio of Wiltshire based singer songwriters brought together by a mutual love of modern folk and roots music.
Providing skilled arrangements and expert delivery of tunes and songs which showcase the vibrancy, and variety, of folk music across Britain. A thoroughly engaging and enjoyable experience.
keeping audiences surprised and engaged by an ever-changing soundscape. Using varied arrangements of acoustic guitar, whistles, accordion, synthesizer and percussion, they set their rich stories in a context of all their own making.
debut album Light the Evening Fire has enjoyed airplay across BBC radio, and rave reviews, with Acoustic declaring Glymjack “as good as contemporary folk comes”.
Described by Folk Radio UK as “the rarest of singer/songwriters” Amy’s songs cover personal matters, history and legend and also current social comment.
With Alex on fiddle and Sarah on Bass and Mandolin, Arquebus perform with the energy of a band that loves entertaining and playing with effects pedals.
There’s something for all folk fans to enjoy.
highly accomplished musicianship; with a deliciously pure voice and a lush embroidery of strings