A Fatea Magazine review of last week’s Songs of Love & Death at Green Note – their finale of April’s live tour of the album with Reg Meuross Music and Harbottle & Jonas. The next chance to see this trio perform together is at Beardy Folk Festival in June. REVIEW HERE
Catch Reg Meuross!
Tues 19th April at Bradninch Folk Club, near Exeter.
Friday 22nd April at Burton Folk Club DETAILS HERE
Harbottle & Jonas are live at Folk On The Moor in Ivybridge on Sunday 24th – all details harbottleandjonas.com/live. This is a wonderful Folk Club with an audience who join in choruses in perfect harmony – it’s like a pop up choir! HERE


Suthering bring new album ‘If We Turn Away’ to Rosslyn Court in Kent on 21st and to The Golden Hinde (yes, on the river in London) on 22nd. All details www.suthering.com
It’s 10 days to go before The Haar release their new album Where Old Ghosts Meet on 29th April. It’s already received a Five Star review from Folk Wales. Have a listen to the single Wild Rover (as you’ve never heard it before) and pre-order the whole album HERE 
We are excited! Charlie Dore is releasing a stunning video of her co-write with Michele Stodart Official this Saturday 23rd – Folk Radio UK will be premiering this beautiful piece of art on Friday 22nd.
The Ciderhouse Rebellion‘s new release – Genius Loci 2: The Valley of Iron is getting some wonderful reviews – check out the news page of www.theciderhouserebellion.com. This video of track 5 of the album will give you a flavour of the way the duo has captured the ‘spirit of place’ of Rosedale Valley, North York Moors, its landscape and industrial history.

Dan Whitehouse and Max ZT have just released this beautiful video of the title track of their 2023 release Ten Steps. A wonderful song taking bold strides, facing fears, and overcoming obstacles. 

Words Of A Fiddlers Daughter… there is some very exciting news to announce… but we have to bite our tongues just now.
Eliza Marshall‘s Freedom To Roam: The Rhythms Of Migration has just announced a live stream gig – June 7th – to celebrate Virginia Mackenne’s 92nd Birthday (Born Free Foundation)! Join in: TICKETS HERE.
Last and defnitely not least Long For The Coast – it’s less than a month until their next gig which will be them in full band glory at Bristol’s The Crofters Rights MORE INFO.
That’s all for now! All booking enquiries bookings@fromthewhitehouse.com
Katie, Kitty and Matt
cover photo: Rachel Channa Snowdon