The ever-popular fRoots-curated Cellar Full of Folkadelia afternoon sessions – opening the door on a new world of possibilities inspired by tradition – return with early 2019 guests including:
Radiating unadorned beauty, Lisa’s raw vocals cut to the quick on both trad material and gritty social commentary.
A powerful Canadian folk duo, artfully juggling voices, fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin, and traditional foot percussion, that deliver a compelling performance with heart and raw energy.
Welsh multi-instrumentalist playing her own moody and often-times manic original American Primitive styled compositions on guitar and banjo.
Sublime Kurdish singer with a gloriously eclectic repertoire, ranging a variety of Mediterranean styles. She performs with Tahir Palali on kopuz/baglama and herself on frame drums.
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Kerry Andrew explores new ways into the English folk tradition, with bold arrangements of folklore-inspired originals influenced by electronica, new classical and pop.
Exciting new solo/trio project from Debbie Armour, plus Gayle and Lucy Duncan. Traditional song is used to explore and evoke dark landscapes and deep stories with innovative instrumentation, drone and sound-wash supporting detailed vocal work, creating a unique sonic atmosphere.
Jim and Isobel Kimberley possess a rare talent for harmony singing and arranging traditional songs in new and exciting ways with a repertoire ranging from the big ballads to tender acapella songs.