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Guy Davis

Guy Davis is a bluesman like no other. He has dedicated himself to reviving the traditions of acoustic blues, yet is not afraid to stretch

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Peter Bruntnell

He has been described as Britain’s greatest songwriters. His album Normal for Bridgewater has guest appearances from member of alt. country favourites Son Volt and Uncut magazine described Normal for Bridgewater as a most

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Juliet Turner

Home-grown talent, a singer with a big future ahead of her. She is one of the most talented songwriters to emerge in recent years from Ireland.

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Boz Boorer & Friends

Guitar wizard and Kilkenny Rhythm n Roots favourite is taking a break from a world-wide tour with Morrissey,  a little wild rockabilly from the man who

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John Stewart

From the  folk/pop Kingston Trio in the 60s to his current cult status, John Stewart has been at the forefront of the West Coast folk boom. Writer

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Stacey Earle

With a new album coming out on E-squared Records  in May entitled Dance With Them That Brung Me, Stacey is set to make an impact on the

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Holmes Brothers

Soul, gospel, blues, R &B and country gel together in it’s finest incarnation from the Holmes Brothers. With their three part harmonies, the Brothers music

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Giant Sand

Giant Sand is the primary outlet for the stylistic curveballs and sun damaged song-craft of Howe Gelb. Howe Gelb is the one constant in a

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The Derailers

Bakersfield honky tonk meets the British invasion is one way to describe the Derailers. One of the highlights of the Kilkenny Rhythm n’ Roots Weekend, they

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Odetta

Odetta is the Queen of American Folk Music and an acknowledged influence on artists as diverse as Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Joan Armatrading and Janis

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