Stuart Estell is a British singer of traditional songs from Birmingham, England.
He accompanies himself primarily on a rare Jeffries duet concertina, made by C. Jeffries some time around the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. He also uses a Maccann duet concertina made by C. Wheatstone & co. in 1927, and a G/D anglo concertina made by Andrew Norman in 2003, as well as autoharp and guitar.
Estell sings songs drawn from the English and Appalachian traditions with an emphasis on songs with really strong and engaging narratives. Tunes come from a variety of sources – Morris dance tunes, Playford, plus the Shetland and Welsh traditions.
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