As the days get warmer and the nights get brighter, we’re hoping to put a spring in your step, a song in your heart and bring music to your ears via the pages of EDS.
We catch up with Blackbeard’s Tea Party – firm favourites at ceilidhs and on the festival circuit – about their love of folk music and getting their audiences whipped up into a jigging frenzy.
EFDSS’ Vice President Eliza Carthy takes time out of her hectic schedule to chat about some of her latest ventures, while Kate Waterfield discusses the Estuary Songwriting Project.
Deo Volente’s Victoria Yeomans shares her lifelong passion for English country dancing, while Izzy McLachlan tells the story behind the Shropshire Tune Archive.
Young musician Daniel Horne, a member of the National Youth Folk Ensemble, talks about his musical journey so far; and Alan Castle tells us about 25 years of folk music in the pubs in Tenterden, Kent.
There’s all this plus regular features, listings, and much more. Pick up your copy now!