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At the heart of English folk
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The Askew Sisters: I Would that the Wars Were Well Over

The Askew Sisters: I Would that the Wars Were Well Over

The two sisters, Hazel and Emily Askew, are the featured singers in English Dance & Song magazine’s Autumn issue Singer, Song and Source series.

Miranda Sykes & Rex Preston

Exclusive Interview: Miranda Sykes & Rex Preston

Ahead of Miranda and Rex’s visit to Cecil Sharp House on 10 September, we had a chat with them about their enchanting live performances, approach to creating an album and plans for the future.

Made in the Great War

Sam Sweeney’s Made in the Great War

During September 2014, Bellowhead musician, Sam Sweeney, will be on tour with a concert show called Made in the Great War, based on the story of a fiddle he bought at an Oxford music shop several years ago.

The Elizabethan Session

The Elizabethan Session album released 8 September

The Elizabethan Session album - the results of a joint commission by the English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) and Folk by the Oak - will be officially released on Monday 8 September 2014.

Letters Through Your Door

Win signed copy of David Gibb’s latest album ‘Letters Through Your Door'

Ahead of David Gibb’s performance of his brand new family show ‘Letters Through Your Door’, presented by the English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) and National Trust London, on Saturday 6 September at Sutton House in Hackney we’re giving you the chance to win an exclusive signed copy of his latest album.