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Postponed Bryony Griffith & Alice Jones At Whitchurch Folk Club, Hampshire

All Hallows Church Church Street, Whitchurch

Bryony Griffith & Alice Jones are established solo artists at the heart of the UK folk scene. Together, they have become a force for the Yorkshire Tradition, united by a mutual passion for the traditional folk song and tune collections of their native county.

Shovel Dance Collective At Kings Place Folk Weekender, London

Kings Place 90 York Wy,, London

Shovel Dance Collective are a group of nine musicians brought together by a communal passion for the folk music of the British Isles, Ireland and beyond. They nurture and synthesise this material with sensibilities drawn from drone, free improvisation, contemporary classical and metal; weaving this through with a deep sense of the ways in which traditional music holds queer histories, proto-feminist narratives and the voices of those who, by their labour, create the wealth of the world. They are simultaneously […]


Tarren At The Greystones, Sheffield

The Greystones Greystones Rd, Sheffield

Tarren is an ambassador for new-folk; music that is fresh and dynamic, rooted in the English tradition. Original and traditional material is expertly arranged by this trio of musicians who are creating music that moves and excites people. By incorporating modular hooks and minimalist forms, Tarren is leading folk music to a new place, while keeping the pulse of traditional dance at its heart. Tarren is made up of Bristol-based artists Sid Goldsmith (Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith, Awake Arise), […]


Jim Moray At St Mary’s A Creative Space, Chester

St Mary's Creative Space St Mary's Hill, Chester

Jim Moray is an English folk singer, multi-instrumentalist (guitar, drums, piano, melodeon, bass) and producer. He has received multiple nominations over the years from BBC Folk Awards and BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, winning Album of the Year for 2004’s Sweet England and Horizon Award for best newcomer at the latter. 2008 album Low Culture won the fRoots Critics Poll Album of the Year 2008 and was also the MOJO Folk Album of the Year.

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