Plinth / Sharron Kraus / The Owl Service

Plinth / Sharron Kraus / The Owl Service

at Asylum Chapel, London
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Am I Born to Die?: An afternoon of folk and experimental music, film and spoken word to mark the centenary of the birth of celebrated song collector Alan Lomax.

Featuring

Plinth

Plinth appearing at this event

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Sharron Kraus

Sharron Kraus appearing at this event

Sharron Kraus is a singer/songwriter who creates music rooted in the folk traditions of England and Appalachia. Her music includes rich vocals, haunting banjo, acoustic guitar and visionary wordcraft. Her songs cover such topics as enslavement, perversion, incest, obsession, love and death. Sharron's live performances are stark, compelling, and delicate.

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The Owl Service

British spooky/avant folksters whose muse is slightly more medieval than post-modern, but recalls Black Mountain and Lightning Dust as well as Vashti Bunyan and Steeleye Span.

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You Are Wolf

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Lost Harbours

Southend based Richard Thompson and Emma Reed make music that is a mix of both ancient folk tradition and modern experimental sounds.

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Justin Hopper

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Also Appearing

Long Pike Hollow (Piers Haslam), GentleFolk

Asylum Chapel

Caroline Gardens
Asylum Road
London
SE15 2SQ