Grass House are a ragtag four-piece with music to match. Find out about their love of obscure Japanese artform Wabi-Sabi as they reveal what makes them tick.
The pioneering folk musician talks us through the songs that have shaped his life.
Fay Hield will compose and perform new works to mark the launch of the world’s biggest online collection of folk and dance.
We interview Brother and Bones, to find out more about the group's songwriting dynamic and where their influences come from.
Michael Marra, affectionately known throughout the Scottish music scene as the Bard of Dundee, has died aged 60.
Festival favourites Brother and Bones specialise in Americana-indebted alt-rock - watch them perform For All We Know in the second part of their session for M.
Brother and Bones are an English folk five-piece whose music recalls the grit of America’s Deep South just as much as it draws on the pastoral neo-folk of British contemporaries Mumford & Sons.
Pat Dam Smyth is one of those rare songwriter-composers who can flit between classical and contemporary music without batting an eyelid.
The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) is celebrating its 80th anniversary with a four-day festival.
Today we spend some time with folk singer-songwriter Lucy Kitt, to find out more about her writing process and catch up on her career so far.