June-July Folk London is out now

Featuring:

Frankie Armstrong: interview with the singer and champion of the Natural Voice Network
Dance of dissent: how morris played a role in rural radicalism
• Ian ‘Mac’ McDeson, 1938-2021: tribute to the socialist, trade unionist and Sharp’s stalwart
• Life after lockdown: roundup of folk clubs’ plans to reopen as restrictions ease
• Jan Ayres, 1946-2021: obituary of the singer, poet, teacher and Waltham Abbey organiser
• Reviews: Peggy Seeger, Cath & Phil Tyler, Peter Knight’s Gigspanner, Teyr, MG Boulter and more

CD shop now open

Four album coversAlbums from local artists including the HogEye Men, Swinging the Lead and Dorten Yonder are now available direct from Folk London

Martin Carthy

Martin Carthy at 80: ‘Trial and error? I’ve built an entire...

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When we spoke to Martin Carthy as he approached his 80th birthday on 21 May 2021, he was celebrating a successful 60-year career in...
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