Big Machine by Eliza Carthy and the Wayward Band is a wonderful album. We'd give it all the stars, if we had stars to give.
Eliza Carthy talks to Jon Wilks about her album 'Big Machine', Bellowhead and folk song collecting in the 21st century.
Traditional fiddle player, Sam Sweeney, discusses a life in folk music, from Bellowhead to Leveret to the Wayward Band, with the Great War in between.
In the company of her new producer, Ben Seal, Eliza Carthy's "Through That Sound (My Secret Was Made Known)" demands a cabaret stage.
Eliza Carthy and Jon Boden swap Yuletide memories with Jon Wilks, ahead of their Union Chapel Wassail.
Piers Cawley is known for unaccompanied singing, especially on his Youtube channel, where he sings most Friday evenings at 8pm. In this article, he imparts all the knowledge he's come by over the years, and gets one or two folkie friends to share their secrets, too.
A tribute to the seminal folk singer, Norma Waterson, who has died aged 82. We invite you to leave your own memories in the comments below.
Folk for Refugees and Eliza Carthy have today announced a charitable venture, aiming to help the plight of those caught up in the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis. We caught up with them to find out what's what.
The Brown Girl and Other Folk Songs by Angeline Morrison is an incredibly intimate performance that highlights the singer's considerable vocal chops.
The Snow it Melts the Soonest is the first single from the forthcoming collection, Queen of the Whirl, by the folk queen herself, Eliza Carthy.
The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience arrives on October 7th via the world's oldest independent record label. Angeline tells us about the making of this fascinating album.
Describing herself simply as a ‘modern English musician’, Eliza Carthy is one of the most recognisable faces in British folk....