The band name seems far from the projections of the future about them. Bitter Ruin is a duo integrated by Georgia Train and Ben Richards who have been walking towards a series of accomplishments. They depend on absolutely no one other than themselves and their listeners.
North East of England’s Sage Gateshead has embraced a really important position in the music industry, the role of filling in, inspiring and teaching a whole new generation of musicians.
The eccentric The Hop Farm Music Festival lasts three days and during that time it offers its visitors a whole adventure of music acts also integrating several activities created to bring entertainment and joy. There no one is left out.
Folk, rock and country are back together. The good news is brought by a messenger called Robert Vincent. He is a singer-songwriter from Liverpool determined to make the music he really enjoys. Until today he has succeeded at being honest with his audience and lives by the words “Sing what you mean – and sing it like you mean it”.
TwickFolk is an acoustic music club located in Twickenham, South West London. Founded in 1983, it is now one of the most respected folk venues in the area. Besides its varied programme, TwickFolk is an organisation run by a group of volunteers and assumes a non-profit identity.
Recently considered one important figure associated with the future of folk rock, young artist Ashley Sofia is a breeze of fresh air in the Adirondacks’ sky. The American artist has been playing music since early age and keeps on learning and showing her many, many talents.
Offering a broad programme of jazz, spoken word, classical, folk and contemporary music, among many other artistic displays, Kings Place has been there in all the right moments and has created a few great opportunities in the business. After all this time, it keeps showing other venues how it’s done.
Six piece indie folk band The Day of the Rabblement emerges from Portsmouth, mingling strong vocals skills and harmonious instrumentations.
Founded in 2008 and on activity until this very moment, Redfest is an independent festival that has made a name for supporting upcoming new artists. 2014 is said to be the biggest year this event has ever had.