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For the latest Under the Apple Tree session from Bob Harris we chose Scott Matthews. He performed ‘The Outsider’ from his latest album Home which is currently one of featured Albums of the Month.
Watch Samantha Crain performing with First Aid Kit plus she announces her return to the studio to work on new album with John Vanderslice and Magik*Magik Orchestra.
We have a special premiere and song of the day from Liverpool based Mariachi outfit Roja. This is a brand new version of their stand out track Roja from their new EP.
Seasick Steve announces new album – Sonic Soul Surfer and his first full UK tour in 4 years, across 14 venues next Spring 2015.
Collective schemes thought up whilst travelling between gigs for a Christmas No 1 and a fitness video…we continue with the tour blog from The Poozies.
We have a special premiere (and Song of the Day) from Oxford-based singer, producer, composer and performer Bethany Weimers. Listen to Winter Heart.
Denver artist Esmé Patterson’s new concept album is written entirely from the perspective of women immortalised in famous songs – watch her new video for The Glow.
Our Song of the Day is a great premiere track from Southeast Oklahoma native Levi Parham. The song was inspired by his elusive cat called Lola…
Our Song of the Day is by way of a new video from Theo Bard performing ‘You Give’ in his kitchen alongside Whiskey Moon Face’s Louisa Jones on bass.
Our Song of the Day comes from Irish sean-nós singer Nell Ní Chróinín performing An Chóisir TG4’s Bosca Ceoil.
Win a weekend break for 4 people at The Great British Folk Festival in a silver self-catering apartment at Butlins Skegness. ft: Bellowhead, The Full English, Eddi Reader and many more.
Our Song of the Day comes from Alasdair Roberts and is taken from his forthcoming new album. It features the wonderful harmonies of The Crying Lion.
Acclaimed 6 piece London outfit Skinny Lister unveil their new video for ‘Trouble On Oxford Street’, the first single from their new album.
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