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Folk Radio UK Newsletter - Folk Show No 7 Interviews, News and Reviews

Folk Radio UK

your folk & acoustic bread & butter
Dear  Blue 
As I'm sat here on Sunday writing this, the Somerset sky is overcast and pouring with rain. We've even considered lighting the fire. If you're also considering a 'cosy-day' inside then our latest Folk Show may be the perfect companion. It features new music from Martin Simpson (pictured above,  he's also Artist of the Month for September), Edgelarks: Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin, Lori Watson, Dori Freeman, Adam Holmes & The Embers and more.

We've a fine selection of album reviews, a great interview with David Rawlings and Ian Felice plus folk music news such as the first duo release from John McCusker & Heidi Talbot.

Folk Show Episode 7

FeaturingMartin Simpson | Edgelarks: Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin | Lori Watson | Dori Freeman | Adam Holmes and The Embers | The Norfolk Broads | Anne Briggs | Bert Jansch & John Renbourn | Shirley Collins & Davy Graham | Fairport Convention | Kathryn Tickell
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Album Reviews

Bella Hardy - Eternal Spring
While no means a typical Bella Hardy album, many will adore the fusion of cultures, traditions and musical styles that populate Eternal Springs, it is a beautiful recording. Read it here.

Martin Simpson - Trails and Tribulations
"The whole package of Trails and Tribulations oozes class..." An elegant and very confident set that doffs its cap to some top-drawer contributions from some of the country’s very best musician’s and that also benefits from an engineer and producer in mean form. Read it here.

Premieres, First Listens & Songs of the Day

The Flytin o Life an Daith was our Song of the Day recently and the latest release from Scots Singer of the Year, fiddle player, singer and composer Lori Watson (pictured above). She’s joined by Duncan Lyall on Wurlitzer and Steve Byrnes on guitar. Listen and read more here.

September 1st sees the release of Joan Osborne’s ninth studio album ‘Songs of Bob Dylan’. In a special exclusive Joan takes us through the album, track by track in her own words which you can also listen to in full here.


Poor David’s Almanack is one of those wonderful albums that you can leave on repeat. Fittingly then, David Rawlings (pictured above) took time to talk to us about the cyclical nature the tunes adopted, along with entwined fiddles, prisms and the longevity of a good song. Read it here.

We talk to Ian Felice about his new album ‘In the Kingdom of Dreams’ and his recently-published book of poems, ‘Hotel Swampland’. Read it here.


Heidi Talbot & John McCusker are to celebrate a decade of playing in each other’s bands, touring and writing songs together by releasing their first EP as a duo which will be supported by an extensive UK and European tour in 2018.

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The Shee announce final gigs for Continuum project. An “enthralling project that celebrates the power of collaboration, a shared love of traditional music and The Shee‘s ten years as a major force in folk music.”

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