Caitlin & Chris
Click the play button below to hear a sample of their music:
The Song of the Staffordshire Men.MP3
Caitlin & Chris came to one of our Performers' Nights, last year, and gave us a small taste of their music. Members of the committee were so impressed that they asked them to return to give us a Showcase Spot.
Michelle & Bonz
To hear one of their songs, press play below:
Tom Paine's Bones.MP3
This duo first came to The Bradford Arms Folk Club to give us a Showcase Spot. The audience were so appreciative that we received numerous requests to book them for a full guest night.
Manchester-based Michelle sings traditional and contemporary British/American songs as well as playing guitar, banjo and concertina. With a striking and distinctive voice, she performs with passion and sensitivity.
Her accompanist Bonz, a talented multi-instrumentalist, plays dobro, banjo and harmonica, and provides harmony vocals for Michelle. He has been performing in folk clubs and at festivals and proudly states that he’s been playing concerts since before Michelle was born.
Sadie & Jay
Follow the link below to listen to some samples from their latest CD - ROGUE FOLK
Sadie and Jay live in Australia and last toured the UK in 2016, when they appeared at our club as support for Harvey Andrews. We were all hugely impressed by their refreshing style and look forward to listening to them for a full guest night.
[extract from their website]
Sadie & Jay sing captivating songs accompanied by intricate finger style guitar and double bass.
Their contemporary and original folk music styles have leanings to the alternative with a tinge of blues and roots. Blending vocals of rare calibre with an evocative back-drop of traditional folk instruments this duo perform intimate, expressive and resonant music.
Follow the link below to listen to some songs from his latest CD:
Enda Kenny is an Irish-Born songwriter who has made his home in Melbourne, Australia since the late 1980's. His thoughtful, descriptive stories of his adoptive homeland have struck a chord with festival audiences all over Australia and are always memorable and spiced with plenty of humour. Proud to sing of where he lives rather than where he left, he continues to grow his international audience with recent trips to Germany, Holland, UK, NZ and Canada.