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Harbottle & Jonas – duo/trio

Harbottle & Jonas – duo/trio

| December 9, 2019

Harbottle & Jonas are one of the most exciting prospects on the folk circuit today, combining a love of the richness of traditional folk with their own original and powerful songwriting. Currently touring with their fourth album, The Sea Is My Brother, Dave and Freya will increasingly be joined by Annie Bayliss, weaving a third […]

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Music Makes You Brave – Meet Boff, Reg & Joe – Musicport 2019

Music Makes You Brave – Meet Boff, Reg & Joe – Musicport 2019

| October 23, 2019

Four men took their seats on the top deck of ‘Bob’s Blundabus’, with the crashing waves of the North Sea on one side and Whitby Pavilion on the other, and waited for the bus to fill. The wind was howling outside and everyone could feel the vehicle swaying, which added to the suspense as the […]

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fromthewhitehouse Showcase Session – Folk Expo Manchester

fromthewhitehouse Showcase Session – Folk Expo Manchester

| October 14, 2019

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We Looked Away – Reg Meuross

We Looked Away – Reg Meuross

| October 10, 2019

We Looked Away is the new single from Reg Meuross. Track One on his forthcoming album RAW (out in October) Order RAW HERE See Reg Meuross live: DETAILS Video produced by Katie Whitehouse, Shot & Edited by Jake Cauty, Production Lighting by Kelly-Anne Bond, Filmed at The Barrel House, Totnes In conversation Reg said this: […]

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Harbottle and Jonas #SavingTheGoodStuff 2 – ‘I’m On Fire’

Harbottle and Jonas #SavingTheGoodStuff 2 – ‘I’m On Fire’

| October 10, 2019

Every Sunday morning at 10am Harbottle & Jonas upload a new cover video to their facebook page. Check out their beautiful cover of Springstein’s ‘I’m On Fire’ and follow them HERE to be the first to see the new #SavingTheGoodStuff each week. “We recorded this live video at Ashburton Arts Centre in Devon with the […]

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Winter 1968. Three Hull trawlers sink. 58 men die. A fishwife leads the fight to change safety laws.

Winter 1968. Three Hull trawlers sink. 58 men die. A fishwife leads the fight to change safety laws.

| July 10, 2019

Reg Meuross wins Arts Council support for 12 Silk Handkerchiefs Autumn Tour. 12 Silk Handkerchiefs, Reg Meuross’s 13th album inspired by Brian W. Lavery’s book The Headscarf Revolutionaries, opens a window on Hull’s Hessle Road fishing community in the aftermath of the Triple Trawler Disaster of 1968. After three sellout performances in Hull that recreated […]

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