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Sat 23rd Feb at 6:30pm
Folk21 London Showcase
@ Cecil Sharp House, London
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With its big sound and unmistakable blend of instruments and vocals, Scots duo Tattie Jam brings a uniquely playful contemporary spin to trad and self-penned songs and tunes. Everything from 'bas to the wa' reels played in ways not normally associated with the cello, to haunting or provocative songs. 'The new face of Scottish traditional music', The Record, Ontario. 'No ordinary musicians', Festival Previews.
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Phillip plays slide guitar, dobro, harmonica, beatbox harmonica & chatturangui. He is a figurehead for the next generation of English slide guitarists. His virtuoso playing encompasses 360 degrees of influence. He has studied the Delta blues bottleneck for many years and has developed a touch reminiscent of Ry Cooder, while his astounding harmonica technique is inspired by Sonny Terry.
Completing and complimenting this feast of music is Hannah, who is a fine fiddle and banjo player, as well as being a gifted vocalist and songwriter. Her interest in the traditional music scene around Devon (where she grew up) has led to a beautiful catalogue of songs that innovatively blend old traditions and new melodies.
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A tremendous guitarist and singer, Gren Bartley is deeply rooted in old folk and blues traditions whilst stamping his own style on the genre. He has been compared to Richard Thompson, Nic Jones and Kelly Joe Phelps.
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GU4 are a four part acappella harmony group based in Leicestershire. Their rich sound has won many fans and is now taking them to clubs and festivals throughout England. Armed only with a set of pitch pipes, they perform a wide variety of material ranging from gentle and sensitive love songs that can hold an audience rapt in silence, to raucous chorus numbers delivered with such verve that even the most reticent are encouraged to join in. Their repertoire comes straight from the English tradition or from contemporary writers such as Peter Bellamy, Graeme Miles, Benny Graham, George Thomas and their own Miggy Campbell.
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Venue: Cecil Sharp House
2 Regents Park Road
NW1 7AY 51.538101, -0.149349
→ Camden Road 10 min walk
→ Camden Town 5 min walk