If you’re looking for a gimmick, move along. All the Long Hill Ramblers have to offer is folk music: clear, beautiful vocals, rich harmonies, virtuoso musicianship, and a repertoire drawn from among the finest traditional songs on both sides of the Atlantic.
Laura Hockenhull’s voice must have been the best-kept secret in folk music over the last few years. Those in the know, including some of the most respected names in the business, have admired her work for the purity of her voice, and the strength of her interpretations. Now the secret is out.
Tab Hunter on guitar, Ben Paley on fiddle and Dan Edwards on banjo have each made international reputations for themselves as instrumentalists in all sorts of traditional music, in more bands than we can begin to list. They should need no introduction, but if you’ve missed out on them so far, well, that’s what the internet’s for!
Reputation only gets you so far, though; what counts is the music, and that’s why the Long Hill Ramblers are great: real music. No gimmicks.