Although it’s few more weeks before The Demon Barbers are on the road again we are pleased to announce that Damien, Bryony & Will are taking their respective duos around the UK a lot sooner.… Read more
A few months ago we posted an article on Tanisha Allman winning the Cheshire & Lancashire Clog Dancing Championships for the second time in a row.… Read more
Fri 27th January – 1pm
Thu 2nd February – 5pm
Our very own Bryony Griffith & Will Hampson have been nominated for ‘Best Debut Album or Performance’ in the prestigious Spiral Earth Awards!… Read more
Comedian Stewart Lee explores and celebrates, rather than mocks, the morris and other traditional English dances.
BBC Radio 2 Monday 12th December 10.00 -11.00pm – LISTEN AGAIN
‘Strictly’; ‘Britain’s Got Talent’; ‘So You Think You Can Dance’… there is extraordinary enthusiasm for dance in many forms.… Read more
By Mark Durberville, co-presenter of The Durbervilles Folk & Roots Show, BBC Radio Leeds.
You may not be aware of the full implications that are facing folk radio shows in the light of the recently announced big BBC budget cuts.… Read more
Our newest member of The Demon Barber Roadshow, Tanisha Allman, has won the Cheshire & Lancashire Clog Dancing Championships for the 2nd year in a row!… Read more
For those of you who have been wondering where our radio show had gone…it’s been to Sheffield!
Apologies for the lack of action in July but we’ve been working on a double edition for Dave Eyre who has been allowing guest DJs to take a spin on his Thank Goodness It’s Folk show.… Read more
We recently came across Chris Moyles Hip Hop Morris Battle video on you tube and thought it quite funny, although not quite as funny as the Harvestival one done last year.… Read more
Multi-instrumentalist & singer with Belshazzar’s Feast, Dr Faustas and Bellowhead, Paul Sartin talks about whether Glastonbury Festival does what it says on the packet
After my previous, and only experience of Glastonbury, I swore I’d never go again for love nor money.… Read more
Niamh Parsons has come to be known as one of the most distinctive voices in Irish music. Her voice has drawn comparisons to such venerated singers as Dolores Keane, June Tabor and Sandy Denny.… Read more
I first discovered folk music through the songs of Buffy St Marie. The first of her songs I heard was ‘Now that the buffalo’s gone’ and then ‘The Universal soldier’.… Read more
Having had my 1st novel, ‘All For Poor Jack,’ published last year, one of the most frequent questions I get asked is how different writing a book must be from writing a song.… Read more