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Folk Show No. 26

John Renbourn, Michael Hurley, Steeleye Span, Richard Thompson

This week’s folk show, which is very eclectic mix, opens to a John Renbourn recording made back in 1978 on a hot night in Kyoto (more on this later), plus music from Michael Hurley (pictured above, who is on tour in the UK next month - more here), Ryley Walker, Steeleye Span, Oysterband, Calexico, Bob Dylan, Erland & The Carnival, Lal & Mike Waterson, Elle Osborne, Alasdair Roberts, Nancy Elizabeth and more.

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Vote for Folk Radio

official finalist in the 2018 Mixcloud Online Radio Awards

I've been putting together mixes and shows via Mixcloud for the last 8 years now. Folk Radio has been selected as an official finalist in the 2018 Mixcloud Online Radio Awards. We were notified that “After reviewing thousands and thousands of entries, you are officially among the best-of-the-best when it comes to online radio” which was pretty great to hear.

This year there is a Listeners’ Choice Award, which will be chosen by the public so if you've enjoyed our efforts over the years then please vote for us here: 

http://www.mora.fm/nominee/folk-radio-uk-folk-show/

Voting closes 23.59.59 Sunday 20th May. 



New John Renbourn Album

Live in Kyoto 1978

Listen to the late John Renbourn performing The Cuckoo and Banks of the Sweet Primroses on a hot night in a Kyoto coffee house from 1978. From Live in Kyoto 1978, out on June 22 via Drag City. More here.

Arcadia

a new film exploring our complex relationship with the land

Arcadia is a new film from BAFTA award-winning Scottish director Paul Wright which explores our complex relationship with the land. Using over 100 archive film clips from the last 100 years and a grand, expressive new score, the film goes on a sensory, visceral journey through the contrasting seasons, exploring the beauty and brutality, magic and madness of our changing relationship with the land and each other. More here.


Album Reviews

Ciara O'Neill, Sarah McQuaid, Matt McGinn

Ciara O'Neill - Arrow
Arrow is an album of maturity, self-realisation and integrity. It is the album Ciara O’Neill had to make and without any ulterior motive or compromise. Most of all though, it is so musical! Ciara and her songs carry everything with such conviction, it makes her almost transparent.

Sarah McQuaid: If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous
A consummate artistic triumph that marks a new phase in McQuaid’s career – a mature and hugely confident musical and stylistic progression that deserves to be applauded as such.

Talitha Rise: An Abandoned Orchid House
An Abandoned Orchid House is a much deeper and richer album than considered at first listening. It is full of personal loss, searching and eventual recognition, survival and even revelation.

Tim Dickinson: How To Prepare
It has been ten years since his last excursion into the acoustic world of the singer-songwriter; on the strength of his latest album let’s hope that the gap is very much reduced.

Matt McGinn: The End of the Common Man
The big-voiced Belfast-based singer-songwriter Matt McGinn (image above) returns with his third studio album ‘The End of the Common Man’, his strongest and most confident step forward to date.

Giveaways

Kris Kristofferson 82nd Birthday Gig, Folk by the Oak

Folk by the Oak - Sunday 15 July 2018
We have a ticket giveaway for Folk by the Oak festival on Sunday 15 July featuring Amy Macdonald, Billy Bragg, Eliza Carthy & The Wayward Band, Julie Fowlis, Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys, Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita, The Young’uns and more. Find out more here.

Kris Kristofferson's Birthday London Concert - Friday 22 June 2018
We have a ticket giveaway to Kris Kristofferson’s Special 82nd Birthday London Concert at English Heritage Site (Kenwood House) with Special Guests: Rufus Wainwright, Josh Okeefe, Ashley Campbell and Rose-Lynn Harlan. Find out more here.

Folk Radio on Spotify

discover more new music

For those that use Spotify, Folk Radio has three playlists for those wanting to discover new music or just chill out. They are updated on a weekly basis (if not daily in some instances). Click on the titles below to listen or head over to our Spotify page here.

Regular
Out most popular - featuring a mixed tempo of music covering folk, acoustic and Americana.

Mellow
as above but a slow to mid-tempo offering, perfect for a lazy summer's day

Alternative
The more alternative and experimental side of Folk Radio's choices over the years.
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