October-November Folk London is out now

Featuring:

Granny’s Attic: the high-energy trio talk about their new album The Brickfields
• Community choirs: the friendliest singing groups to join in London
• Life after lockdown: roundup of folk clubs’ plans to reopen as restrictions ease
• Reg Meuross: why the ‘mighty songwriter’ is going trad on his new album
• Germany’s folk revival: a 12-CD box of wonders from both sides of the Berlin Wall
• Reviews: Granny’s Attic, Stand Up Now: Songs From The Landworkers’ Alliance, Windborne, Spiers & Boden, Sam Lee, Ben Walker & Kirsty Merryn and more

CD and book store

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

Richard Thompson

Richard Thompson: ‘I had this real problem with authority’

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There is a large constituency who consider Richard Thompson to be Britain’s great musical all-rounder. Born on 3 April 1949 in north London, he...
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