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Londoner L.A. Salami is Lookman Adekunle Salami, a angsty folk-rock troubadour bound for SXSW, whose sound sits somewhere between the depression-era dust bowl and the agit-folk of Jeffrey Lewis.
Clever, artful folk pop is the musical realm of singer songwriter Roxanne de Bastion. We spend 30 seconds with her ahead of the release of new LP, Heirlooms & Hearsay.
Our latest playlist, from Shake the Chains musician Greg Russell, celebrates the power of the protest song - listen to Elvis Costello, The Impressions and The Specials.
Organisers behind the City Roots Festival are offering free tickets to the finale concert exclusively for PRS for Music members.
The BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards is returning in 2017 with singer songwriter Al Stewart due to be honoured with a lifetime achievement award.
Twenty-one-year-old Charlie Stewart has become BBC Radio Scotland’s Young Traditional Musician of the year.
Blair Dunlop, Samatha Whates and Luke Jackson are among the acts performing at Folk Alliance International courtesy of backing from the PRS Foundation.
‘I'm feeling inspired to make “savoury” music at the moment’: singer, songwriter and DIY noisemaker Rozi Plain lets us in on her plans for 2017...
Welcome to our latest playlist, curated by Sarah Jones, programme manager from the EFDSS. Her selection inclues Rant, Johan Hedin and the Hackney Colliery Band…