plus support from Ellie Gowers. Tickets available to buy on the door at the Folk House.
Lauded as a “vital bridge between Brit folk’s first and latest flowerings” (Q Magazine) Blair Dunlop is an acclaimed musician consistently pushing his sound in new directions.
His debut album ‘Blight & Blossom’ won the Horizon Award at the 2013 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and he’s gone from strength to strength since then.
Dunlop’s latest album ‘Notes From An Island’ showcases his intimate, spellbinding songwriting and confirms that his “journey as one of our foremost singer-songwriters continues to be in the ascendancy” (Folk Radio).
He also recently released a live record of his Australian tour, capturing the raw intimacy of his performances.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Unreserved seated event
Age: 14+ (Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult)
“his journey as one of our foremost singer-songwriters continues to be in the ascendancy.”
Ellie Gowers has been making an impression wherever she lands. Her music embeds a fierce energy that echoes the 60’s folk revival scene and she is known to hold pride of place on stage with her strong and lucent vocals. Her songs are built from a childhood love of literature and traditional folk song, but also discuss the more modern narratives of the present day. These influences fuse together to create a sound that has been deemed unique and incomparable.
Bristol Folk House
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