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NEW RELEASE: Shameless Winter – Daisy Chapman

NEW RELEASE: A wonderful new collection of powerful and poignant songs from Bristol-based singer-songwriter Daisy Chapman: Shameless Winter – Daisy Chapman (f0090) Released in the UK by Folkwit Records in association with ,,Songs&Whispers” (Germany) Shameless Winter by Daisy Chapman Order … Continue reading

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The Phil Langran Band – Rock’n’Reel Review

A great review from Rock’n’Reel / R2 magazine for The Phil Langran Band‘s album Jukebox Love Songs, Leaving Blues, Border Crossings & Lovers’ Laments: More about the band here.

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NEW RELEASES: April & May 2012

April 30 2012 – Songs of Gold and Shadow – Cleo T French recording artist Cleo T releases her debut album produced by John Parish (P J Harvey) on Folkwit – look out for UK tour dates in May. May … Continue reading

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NEW RELEASE: Summon The Crows – Nimming Ned

Nimming Ned simply do what they know best – playing rowdy folk and telling their colourful tales in a highly infectious and distinctive style. Rising folk festival favourites, the band have now committed 8 of their songs to their debut … Continue reading

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Nimming Ned album launch at The Salutation Inn

Nimming Ned simply do what they know best – playing rowdy folk and telling their colourful tales in a highly infectious and distinctive style. Rising folk festival favourites, the band have now committed 8 of their songs to their debut … Continue reading

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The Phil Langran Band – Morning Star Review

“Although they hail from Nottingham, The Phil Langran Band’s new album has its origins in Harlem, New York City, the neighbourhood of the African-American poet Langston Hughes who was a key figure of the Harlem Renaissance in the early 20th … Continue reading

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New recording: Tall Ship by Andy Whittle

Here’s a one-take live recording of a new song from the hugely talent Andy Whittle entitled Tall Ship – a taster of things to come and a truly great performance: TALL SHIP – Live @ Neils by Andy Whittle 1 … Continue reading

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Johnno Casson’s new single shows there’s more to Essex than TOWIE

Johnno Casson‘s new single This is Essex challenges the image of his adopted home county created by reality TV: “I haven’t watched one episode of ‘The only way is Essex’, I have no issue with the people or their right … Continue reading

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On The Verge – Winter Folk Fest – Nottingham

Our friends at On The Verge are promoting an all-dayer at the Polish Eagle Club in Nottingham on Saturday 18 February. It features ‘Sounds on the verge of folk’ from the likes of Nimming Ned, Kidnap Alice, Something Nasty in … Continue reading

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NEW RELEASE – Jukebox Love Songs, Leaving Blues, Border Crossings & Lovers’ Laments – The Phil Langran Band

Folkwit records are proud to release the latest album by The Phil Langran Band – a wonderfully crafted album with songs based on the work of American poet Langston Hughes alongside composition by Phil Langran himself. Jukebox Love Songs, Leaving … Continue reading

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