Friday 06 Mar PHILLIP HENRY & HANNAH MARTIN £12.00
Bar at 6.30, doors 7.30 with The Martin Young Band
They have the knack of transporting listeners into a reverie with
their almost tactile music, all delivered with a gossamer light touch.
Truly one of the most inventive and captivating acts on the acoustic
roots scene, making a welcome return to St Edith Folk.
Friday 20 Mar RANAGRI with Stevens Racket £10.00
Bar at 6.30, doors 7.30 Ranagri fuse worldwide folk music with quality contemporary
songwriting, enhanced by virtuosic instrumentals, vibrant rhythms
and haunting melodies, all interlaced with vivid storytelling. The
hybrid combination of these players brings a melting pot of creativity.
Friday 10 Apr THE PHIL BEER BAND with Sugar Magnolia £18.00
Bar at 6.30, doors 7.30 Phil’s instrumental skills on acoustic and electric guitars, fiddle and
mandolin are well documented. Described by The Guardian as
‘where Steve Earle and Richard Thompson collide’ an evening with
The Phil Beer Band is fast, frenetic, ‘feel-good’ and leavened with a
good helping of humour. One not to be missed!
Friday 1 May JIM MORAY with Ty Watling £13.00
Bar at 6.30, doors 7.30 There is a charisma about Jim Moray. He's the bloke in the room that
doesn't say much, but when he opens his mouth everyone stops to
listen. The same pretty much applies to his music. He's a visionary as
far as that is concerned.
Friday 15 May AMY SPEACE with Daniel Angove £11.00
Bar at 6.30, doors 7.30 “What Amy Speace says – what she sings – she says with a
confluence of poetry and honesty, of emotional specificity,” writes
The New York Times. Amy Speace is one of the most heralded
singers and songwriters of her generation.
Friday 5 June na-mara with Liz Simcock £10.00
Bar at 6.30, doors 7.30 na-mara are a Hertfordshire duo who specialise in Celtic music in the
true sense of the word: Irish, Breton, French, Spanish; all
accompanied by guitar, mandolin, mandola, which creates an Anglo-
Spanish style and feel.
Friday 19 June DARREN EEDENS with John Forrester £10.00
Bar at 6,30, doors 7.30 Darren Eedens is a full time banjo/ guitar picker. in the bluegrass,
folk roots, rockabilly styles. An old soul filled with story-telling
imagination, Darren Eedens, bends truths, and creates upbeat
rhythmic tracks with hauntingly morbid lyrics.