Two fiddles. Two Voices. Epic music....“…a dynamic musical stew that covers a wide spectrum of acoustic-based roots music, hitting on old-time, folk and bluegrass, all delivered with a dash of rock and roll spunk.” American Songwriter Magazine
Singer and harpist Rachel Newton specialises in interpreting traditional folk songs in both English and Gaelic as well as writing and arranging her own music... ‘Haunting vocals and elegant harp’ The Guardian
A Piano-Guitar-Vocal-Kazoo-Stompbox Duo steeped in the Barrelhouse Boogie Blues House Party tradition of 1930's downtown Chicago... raggedy boogie woogie piano, riotous vocal and kazoo; rollicking blues guitar; music for dancing, drinking and making merry.
Award winning contemporary folk trio inspired by artists as diverse as James Taylor, Ane Brun, Jackson Browne & Counting Crows. “…highly accomplished musicianship with a deliciously pure voice and a lush embroidery of strings”(Folkwords)
Giving a salute to Americana, a wave to the lounge music of the 40s & 50s and a nod to jazz, the result is a classic sound that captures a spectrum of influences ranging from Kirsty MacCall to Julie London.
Roots Music Mavericks, Western Centuries, (Formerly Cahalen Morrison & Country Hammer), touring in support of new album. Traditional country meets early R&B, beautifully literary songwriting and rocks out!
Ranging from Parisian & American Jazz, the Chaabi music of Algeria, Tango from Argentina, Balkan folk melodies through to the early modern & folk music of Western Europe ...this is music for the ears, heart and feet.