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Lal And Mike Waterson’s legendary 1972 album “Bright Phoebus” – long acknowledged as a vital release in the British folk rock timeline – has remained deleted for many, many years as a result of complicated legal wranglings over the rights to the material. We shan’t dwell on the gory details (suffice to say the […]
Fog were formed from the ashes of folk dabblers ‘The Boys from County Hell’ comprising the tin whistle, accordion, vocals and acoustic guitar of Neil Tallentire, Steve Porter, Grant Davison and Kevin Riches respectively [...]
Katie Spencer is a progressive-folk singer songwriter and guitarist inspired by the people and her surroundings in the Yorkshire countryside. [...]
The Newfolks were a group of students from Kingston Upon Hull College Of Education (nowadays known as Hull College, of course). [...]
October 2009 edition of the national magazine fRoots (formerly known as Folk Roots) including a five page feature on The Watersons, and a cover shot picturing Norma and Mike Waterson alongside Martin Carthy and Eliza Carthy.