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An Audience with Eliza Carthy

 An audience with Eliza Carthy

Eliza will be in conversation with Colin Irwin & David Suff. This will be followed by a very rare solo acoustic performance. 54 more words

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NormaFest reviewed

Posted by Kevin Boyd, 9 January 2017

I’ve just returned from this year’s NormaFest, the Carthy/Waterson family get-together in Whitby that celebrates the work of family matriarch Norma Waterson, and it was a fantastic celebration of family, friendship, and tradition. 56 more words

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Eliza Carthy & The Wayward Band: Big Machine


When writing an in-depth review of an important new album, it is normal to start somewhere near the beginning, to pick a measured path through the record, to assess it as the sum of its chronological parts and to talk about those individual parts in some semblance of order. 767 more words

The Big Session is back for 2017

The Big Session Festival will be back in Buxton for 2017 with a line-up from the cream of English folk music.Hosts the Oysterband will be joined by the likes of Eliza Carthy and Saul Rose, Levellers Acoustic with support from Honey Rider, Blackbeard’s Tea Party, The Hut People, supported by Ray Cooper and Nancy Kerr and the Sweet Visitor Band, with support from Jess Morgan. 89 more words

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Eliza Carthy: "Mohair"


“Mohair” from Eliza Carthy’s 2005 album Rough Music.

Green fields and brown wools and clothes my garden inland
Out there back on the hill is where I like to go… 186 more words

Normafest 2017

Posted by Kevin Boyd, 9 December 2016

Eliza Carthy just posted this update on Normafest 2017, which takes place in Whitby, North Yorkshire on the first weekend of January. 122 more words

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Eliza Carthy interview - The Mouth Magazine

THE FORTHCOMING ALBUM FROM ELIZA CARTHY AND THE WAYWARD BAND IS AN EXTREMELY DYNAMIC REMINDER THAT THOUGH SHE MAY HAVE KEPT ONE FOOT IN THE FOLK CAMP DURING THE LAST TWENTY-FIVE YEARS, SHE’S ALWAYS USED THE OTHER TO EXPLORE THE ELSEWHERE. 44 more words

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