Sunday Driver are well known for their enthusiasm for experimenting with new sounds, ‘bringing together the innocence of English folk and the shimmering vibrancy of Eastern influences' (bbconline) On their recently released CD ‘In the City of Dreadful Night', the current line-up includes clarinet, tabla, sitar, concert harp, guitar and vocals. The band has written music for several soundtracks including an award-winning BBC Radio 4 documentary ‘Leprosy: a forgotten disease'.
St Albans-based duo Na Mara, Paul McNamara (guitar and vocals) and Rob Garcia (guitar and mandolin) were last seen at a windy Broadstairs Festival, where they were supporting Cara Dillon. Their repertoire ranges from arrangements of Irish fiddle tunes for mandolin and guitar, to poignant songs and ballads arranged for voice, guitar and mandolin.
The Ouse Brothers are Rick Sanders on vocals and rhythm and Jim Gosney on lead. They have been whooping it up with an eccentric and urgent mixture of blues, country and originals for some time now. But their flame is undimmed by age or experience. Which is considerable.
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