Within a month of the Last Night of the Proms, the Royal Albert Hall played host to an altogether different musical treat on Thursday night as travelling bluesman Seasick Steve played to a sell out audience.
Mumford and Sons return from their debut tour of the US for a string of UK dates ahead of the release of new EP, Love Your Ground.
Limited 100-copy run of September demo CD released, plus the band tour the UK with singer-songwriter Jeremy Warmsley.
Americana Heavyweights Mark Olson and Gary Louris have put their differences aside and returned with their first collaborative set since The Jayhawks’ essential 1995 LP Tomorrow the Green Grass.
Legendary folk singer Joan Baez has joined human rights organisation Amnesty International’s Small Places tour.
Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens brings his South by Southwest mimicking bandfest to the Welsh capital for a triumphant second year.
The aptly monikered Emmy the Great will release the first single from her hotly anticipated debut album in November.
The track ‘We Almost Had a Baby’ will be available on limited edition 7″ vinyl as well as to download.
The release will follow a three-date mini tour, comprised thusly:
Saturday November 8th – Glasgow Twisted Wheel,
Sunday November 9th – Manchester Deaf Institute
Monday November 10th – London ICA
Bob Dylan’s new album Tell Tale Signs, a two-disc collection of rarities from the past two decades, will be available to stream in its entirety from tomorrow (30th September).
Martha Wainwright, Noah and the Whale and Gideon Conn will play shows as part of Liverpool Music Week.
Electro-tinged folk-popper signs to Memphis Indistries to produce her first studio album.