Tonight FolkOnMonday are very pleased to present two young emerging acts on the folk scene who have started to make an impact on both the folk club and festival scenes over the last few years…
Danny Pedler and Rosie Butler-Hall are two young, dynamic musicians who formed as a duo in late 2011. Danny (from Essex) plays Hurdy Gurdy and Accordion and Rosie (from Wiltshire) plays five-string fiddle and sings. They play mostly English and French songs and tunes.
Their music is characterised by flowing melodies, intricate harmonies and strong rhythms while keeping the flavour of the traditional style.
Molly Evans is a lively young singer and fiddle player from Cheshire, with a largely traditional repertoire ranging from bee-lore to english magic. Following the release of her self-titled EP in Spring 2015, she has enjoyed festival performances around the country. Molly is joined by respected guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and singer Jack Rutter. Self taught, he is known for his highly rhythmic tune backing, flatpicking and fingerstyle playing.