Touted as the finest banjo player in the UK, Dan Walsh is an eclectic and exciting musician with a unique style taking in folk, funk, bluegrass, jazz, rock and even Arabic. Also a singer and guitarist, he has performed throughout the UK at festivals, theatres and folk clubs including the Southbank Centre, the Sage Gateshead, Broadstairs Folk Week, Solfest and Towersey and a busy year ahead includes appearances at Sidmouth Folk Week and London’s Barbican. His debut CD ‘Tomorrow’s Still To Come’ is out now on all major internet outlets

‘The best banjo player I’ve seen in Britain’ - Don Wayne Reno, Hayseed Dixie

‘Incredibly gifted - if anyone has the opportunity to see him they must’ - Janice Long, BBC Radio 2

‘The new kid on the block - move over Mr Lakeman!’ - Maverick Magazine

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