Posted 20th November 2013
Hello!We write to you with exciting news. We are delighted to announce that we have been nominated for the Horizon Award (Best Newcomers) at this years BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. The winners of the award, as well as all of this year’s Folk Awards, will be announced on the 19th February 2014 at the Royal Albert Hall, London. For more information you can visit HERE. More Exciting Things! 2013 Remaining Gigs We still have the grand total of three gigs left this year as we begin to wind down what has been a bizarre, sensational and incredibly fun year.
- Sun 1st Dec 2013 Subscription Rooms, Stroud (supporting The Oysterband)
- Fri 6th Dec 2013 Northwich Folk Club
- Fri 13th Dec 2013 St Asaph Cathedral
It’s probably about time we told you where and when we will be appearing in the New Year. Though
we aren’t allowed to release all of our dates due to contracts, we can certainly release enough to
keep you going! We are really excited about next years touring schedule, returning to some of our
favourite venues and festivals as well as making our inaugural visits to many more wonderful places.
You can have a look where and when we're playing on our gigs page HERE.
As always if you would like to make a booking enquiry please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. More
information is dotted around this site and you can buy our album HERE.
A Folk Opera
You will notice that “A Days Work” features in the above list. “A Days Work” is a Folk Opera written
by Mick Ryan in 1995. Mick has rewritten and resurrected the piece for performance next year. It is
a piece based on the story of three very different men who fought for Britain in the First World War.
The cast includes Mick Ryan, Paul Downes, Pete Morton, Heather Bradford, Matt Quinn, Maggie Boyle and
Remember you can follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can even talk to us in real life if
you come to a gig.
That’s all for now!