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  • Andy Oliveri

    (363 listeners)

  • Ashley Hutchings

    (5,777 listeners)

    folk, folk rock, folk-rock, british folk

    Ashley "Tyger" Hutchings first achieved recognition as a cofounder of Fairport Convention in 1967, but his work and his musical influences predate Fairport Convention by several years, and he since went on to found and lead numerous other notable groups, including Steeleye Span and the various Albion Bands.

  • Benjamin Francis Leftwich

    (402,169 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, indie, indie folk

    Benjamin Francis Leftwich (Born September 4, 1989) is an English singer-songwriter from York. Leftwich began playing music at the age of ten and grew up listening to The Rolling Stones and Nina Simone before discovering such singer-songwriters as Nick Drake, Bob Dylan, and Elliott Smith.

  • Blair Dunlop

    (1,835 listeners)

    folk awards 2013, folk-rock, british folk, seen live

    Blair began playing guitar at the age of six and grew up around the music of The Albion Band “I remember going to a lot of Albion Band gigs and falling in love with the music, Ken Nicol’s guitar playing has stayed with me in particular and inspired me to learn and play music I really connected with.”

  • Boat To Row

    (12,217 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, all, instrumental

    Birmingham quintet Boat To Row have earned an outstanding live reputation since their beginnings as a solo project in 2009. They combine a genuine ease in each other's musical company with an energetic, skilfully crafted sound. Their songs play host to winding tales, journeying through light and shade.

  • bonfire radicals

    (3 listeners)

  • Bridie Jackson and The Arbour

    (2,000 listeners)

    freak folk, newcastle upon tyne, female vocals, female vocalists

    Bridie Jackson and The Arbour are from Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. They won the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition in 2013, securing slots on two of the Festival's main stages. More information can be found at www.bridieandthearbour.com

  • Fionn Regan

    (314,113 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, irish

    Fionn Regan is an Irish singer-songwriter who hails from Bray, Co Wicklow and has been performing since 2002. Receiving warm response from the media and general public alike with the release of his Hotel Room EP in 2004, he later went on to release his critically-acclaimed debut album The End of History in 2006.

  • Goodnight Lenin

    (4,004 listeners)

    folk, spotify, all, birp

    Goodnight Lenin are a West Coast Americana five-piece who formed in the West Midlands in 2011. An independent outfit with an old school attitude to music, the band celebrate the DIY ethic of the late 80s / early 90s grunge approach and combine with influences including Neil Young, Jonathan Wilson, Phosphorescent and Wilco.

  • Hannah Peel

    (58,849 listeners)

    female vocalists, indie folk, folk, singer-songwriter

    Northern Irish singer-songwriter Hannah Peel, is hurtling into a world of analogue synths and a “love for the golden age of cinema and Italo Calvino’s 1972 book Invisible Cities, the imagined travels of Kublai Khan, through the very real loneliness felt by living in big cities, the failure and building of new relationships, to the dreams of a better future.”

  • I Am Voyager 1

    (1 listener)

  • James Summerfield

    (2,698 listeners)

    americana, singer-songwriter, melodic, folk-pop

    “I know that feeling sad brings out the best in songs, but I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone” James Summerfield

  • Jim Moray

    (14,375 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, british, folk awards 2013

    Jim Moray is one of the most consistently inventive musicians working in folk music today. After three ground-breaking and award-winning albums – 2003’s BBC Radio2 Folk Album of Year ‘Sweet England’, ‘Jim Moray’ in 2006 and fRoots Critics Poll and Mojo Folk Album of the Year winner ‘Low Culture’ in 2008 - he now finds himself at the forefront of a new folk revival in the UK…

  • John Kearney and Lucy Farrell

    (0 listeners)

  • Laura J Martin

    (5,723 listeners)

    experimental, folk, freak folk, under 2000 listeners

    Laura J. Martin hails from the suburbs of Liverpool and mines the darker, esoteric underbelly of folk.

  • Michael Chapman

    (13,046 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, alternative, acoustic

    Michael Chapman (born 24 January 1941, Yorkshire, England) is a highly regarded English singer-songwriter and a worthy guitar player.

  • Rachel Sermanni

    (24,630 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, indie

    Rachel Sermanni, 7 November 1991. Is a songwriter from a small village in the Scottish Highlands called Carrbridge. It’s very nice up there. Sometimes she plays solo and at others she is surrounded by a group of wonderful musicians consisting of Laura Wilkie, Siobhan Anderson and sometimes Louise Bichan (the fiddle pixies), Leo and Declan Forde and pianist Jennifer Austin.

  • Richard Burke

    (406 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, seen live

    Richard is a songwriter who lives in Birmingham. He spent the nineties listening to as much american punk rock, indie and folk as possible.

  • Scott MatthewsUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (189,711 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, acoustic, british

    From the confinements of four bedroom walls in the West Midlands, Scott Matthews produced the music that made him the first artist to be signed to record label San Remo Records in 2004. As a Wolverhampton-born singer/songwriter Scott has captivated audiences across the Midlands and beyond. On the 2nd of October 2006 he released his debut album Passing Stranger.

  • Simon Fox

    (132 listeners)

    rock, alt-country, pop, alternative

    Birmingham-based musician, SIMON FOX, currently working under the stage-name FOX Discography: "The First Rule Of Comedy" by Lonesome Fox (e.p. - 2007) "Fruit" by Fox (single - 2009) "Everything Is For The Best" by World Of Fox (album - 2009) "Skip More School" (split single, including Fox - 2009)

  • Sunjay Brayne

    (69 listeners)

  • Telling The Bees

    (1,252 listeners)

    neofolk, acid folk, folk, acoustic

    English Folk group, formed in the spring of 2007, Telling The Bees comprises Andy Letcher, Colin Fletcher, Jane Griffiths and Josie Webber. Soulful vocal and intelligent lyrics, and lots of mandolin. English bagpipes & strings.

  • The Hall Brothers

    (913 listeners)

    rock n roll, under 2000 listeners, folk, acoustic

    The Hall Brothers are: Nick Hall - Vocals, guitars Duncan Hall - Vocals, guitars Usually joined by: John Carey - Violin, melodeon, etc. They also play rock shows as The Hall Brothers Band, with either Chris Bunyan or Nic Shipp on drums.

  • The Old Dance School

    (1,948 listeners)

    folk, world music, celtic, jazz

    Seven of the exciting young folk scene's finest musicians bring a virtuosity and vitality to new horizons, blistering tunes, evocative textures and songs vivid with inspiration from their adventures across the richness of British landscape.

  • The Terrapins

    (5 listeners)

  • The Young Runaways

    (0 listeners)

    Young Runaways came about as primary songwriters Phillips and Pinfield began writing a deluge of new songs.

  • Two Wings

    (688 listeners)

    rock, country, folk, pop

    Spooked soul and medieval mind-leap psychedelia. Ben Reynolds (voice, guitar, lapsteel, harmonica), Hanna Tuulikki (voice, guitar, flute, recorder), Lucy Duncombe (voice), Kenny Wilson (bass, voice), Owen Curtis Williams (drums)