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Hinata Satō

Hinata Satō is a Japanese actress, voice actress, idol, and model affiliated with Amuse. She is a former member of Sakura Gakuin and is best known for voicing Junna Hoshimi in Revue Starlight and Leah Kazuno in Love Live! Sunshine!!.

Michael Efe Ejeba

Michael Efe Ejeba also known as Efe Money is a Nigerian reality TV personality, rapper and singer. Born in Delta State and raised in Jos. In 2017, Efe won Big Brother Naija 2017.

Chinko Ekun

Chinko Ekun was born in Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria, in a family of three, where he is the second child. He is a native of Ikare, Ondo State, Nigeria. Chinko Ekun attended Blessing Nursery and Primary School, Oshodi, Lagos State and Remade Nurser ...

The Little Unsaid

John Elliott, known by his stage and recording name The Little Unsaid, is an English songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist. He has released five studio albums and one EP of songs combining elements of alt-folk, electronica, alt-rock and ...

Attacco Decente

Attacco Decente were a musical group from Brighton, England, active from 1984 to 1996. The band was notable for using unusual acoustic instruments such as hammered dulcimers, Appalachian dulcimers, and tongue drums alongside more conventional ins ...

The Band of Holy Joy

The Band of Holy Joy are an English band formed in New Cross, London, and initially active between 1984 and 1993, releasing several albums. In 1992, they abbreviated their name to Holy Joy. They reformed in 2002, under their original name, releas ...

Black Sheep (anarcho-folk band)

Black Sheep are an English anarcho-folk band formed by singer/songwriter and counter-cultural activist Julian Cope. They are the most recent of Copes ongoing side projects, which include Brain Donor and Queen Elizabeth.

Blue Murder (folk group)

Blue Murder is an occasional English folk supergroup, consisting at various times of various members of Swan Arcade, Coope Boyes and Simpson, Waterson–Carthy and The Watersons. Dave and Heather Brady and Jim Boyes of Swan Arcade and The Watersons ...

Brass Monkey (band)

Brass Monkey are an English folk band from the 1980s, who reunited in the late 1990s. They were innovative in their use of a brass section which was atypical for English folk music. The band originally consisted of Martin Carthy, John Kirkpatrick ...

Caramel Jack

Caramel Jack formed in Brighton in 1995, around the song writing and production team of Joe Doveton and Richard Scott, and are noted for their genre-defying mixture of styles. During live performances, the duo are augmented by a variety of additi ...

Coast (folk rock band)

Coast is a Scottish celtic rock group, based in Oban, UK. Coasts members are Paul Eastham, Chris Barnes, Finlay Wells and Graeme "Mop" Youngson

The Critics Group

The Critics Group, also known as The London Critics Group, was a group of people who met to explore how best to apply the techniques of folk-music and drama to the folk revival under the direction of Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger, with some parti ...

The Demon Barbers

The Demon Barbers are an English folk band who predominantly draw on traditional material for their repertoire while fusing traditional folk instruments with drums and electric bass guitar. The band is particularly well known for its energetic li ...

The Dodge Brothers

The Dodge Brothers are a British skiffle band from Southampton playing Americana, rockabilly, bluegrass, folk, country and blues music. The band includes film critic and BBC television presenter Mark Kermode, along with Mike and Alex Hammond and ...

Dressed Like Wolves

Dressed Like Wolves is the recording project of Teesside based songwriter Rick Dobbing. He began to track songs together with friends at home in early 2009. His first full length I Could Walk on Water, But Id Rather Part the Sea. was self-release ...

Elbow Jane

Elbow Jane are now a five piece acoustic band from Merseyside in the United Kingdom. They signed to Fellside Records in 2009, and in 2011 released their second CD on the Fellside label entitled The Boldest Blood. A reviewer in R2 magazine describ ...

Erland and the Carnival

Erland & The Carnival are a British progressive folk rock band, formed in London, by Orcadian folk guitarist and singer Gawain Erland Cooper, multi-instrumentalist Simon Tong, and drummer/engineer David Nock. In 2010 they released their criticall ...

Ferocious Dog

Ferocious Dog are an English folk punk band from Warsop, Nottinghamshire. The band has headlined tours of the UK and Europe, performed in Dubai, festivals such as Bearded Theory, Alchemy, Deerstock, Farmer Phils Festival, Splendour and Beautiful ...

Foxes Faux

Foxes Faux are an English band that play a mixture of folk, punk and rock music. They formed in Keighley, West Yorkshire, England and played their first gig at Victoria Hall in their home town in January 2009. Originally, they choose to busk or p ...

Hannah James and Sam Sweeney

Hannah James and Sam Sweeney had been playing together for many years as part of the band Kerfuffle, but only officially became a duo in 2009. In 2010 they were nominated for the BBC Radio 2 folk award, Horizon Award. Also in 2010, they won the B ...

Lady Maisery

Lady Maisery are an English folk vocal harmony trio composed of Hannah James Hazel Askew and Rowan Rheingans. Lady Maisery sing traditional and contemporary folk songs as well as exploring the tradition of diddling or tune singing, which has near ...

The Leisure Society

Hemming was formerly of early 1990s indie band She Talks to Angels, which included actor Paddy Considine, film director Shane Meadows and bassist Richard Eaton. Hemming wrote and performed music for the films A Room for Romeo Brass and Dead Mans ...

Los Salvadores

Los Salvadores is a four-piece folk group from south east England. They currently perform across the United Kingdom and appear at various festivals including Lounge On The Farm, BoomTown Fair, Zoo Thousand, Endorse It in Dorset, Sellindge Music F ...

The Memory Band

The Memory Band is an English folk group founded by Stephen Cracknell. The Memory Band has a rolling cast of collaborators from across the musical spectrum. They made their name with their eponymous debut album released on their own Hungry Hill l ...

Merry Hell

Merry Hell are an English folk rock band from Wigan, Greater Manchester, formed in 2010. The core members of the band include the three Kettle brothers, who were previously members of The Tansads. As of 2019 the band have released five albums.

Muckram Wakes

Muckram Wakes was a folk band from the north-east midlands of England. The original line up of Muckram Wakes was Roger and Helen Watson and John Tams. Their album Map of Derbyshire, on Trailer Records, contributed greatly to the promotion of folk ...

New Victory Band

The New Victory Band was an English Country Dance band during the late 1970s/early 1980s. The original line-up consisted of the members of Muckram Wakes, Pete and Chris Coe, and Ian and Linda Wordsworth. There were several bands during the 70s lo ...

Oak (band)

Rod and Danny Stradling went on to form The Cotswold Liberation Front, which later became the Old Swan Band. After a few years, they left The Old Swan Band, and Rod Stradling recorded with the English Country Blues Band, the English Country Dance ...

Old Swan Band

Its origins lie in the early 1970s with the English country dance band Oak, one of a tiny handful at that time that combined melodeon with fiddles. Two members of Oak, husband and wife Rod and Danny Stradling melodeon and vocals, went on to form ...

Penguin Cafe

Penguin Cafe is a band originally conceived by Arthur Jeffes, son of Simon Jeffes and Emily Young, as a continuation of his fathers project, the Penguin Cafe Orchestra. Penguin Cafes current ten-person line-up was originally brought together in 2 ...

Sons of Noel and Adrian

Sons of Noel and Adrian is an experimental band based in Brighton, England. They are known for their live performances with up to thirteen musicians on stage, all of whom play with many other bands. They are one of the founding groups of the Will ...

Stars in Battledress (band)

Stars In Battledress are an English musical duo featuring brothers Richard and James Larcombe. They are notable for their complex but tuneful compositions, their unorthodox fusion of folk music sources and British/American art rock influences, an ...

Swarbs Lazarus

Swarbs Lazarus, or just Lazarus were an English folk band formed by Dave Swarbrick with ex-Whippersnapper Kevin Dempsey and ex-Fairport Maartin Allcock. They have released one album - Live and Kicking, a compilation of live recordings made in Apr ...

Teesside Fettlers

The Teesside Fettlers are one of the north east of Englands longest running and most successful folk bands. They were first formed in the early 1960s and have seen many changes in their line up since. A considerable number of the cream of the Nor ...

Telltale (Rainbow)

Telltale were a group of six musicians who regularly appeared on the first series of the British TV series Rainbow in 1972. Telltale began with Tim Thomas and Hugh Portnow who were working with the Freehold Theatre Company. In 1970, Tim concentra ...

Rick Tomlinson

Rick Tomlinson is a Bolton based musician, best known for one of his projects, Voice of the Seven Woods, with Chris Walmsley and Pete Hedley. Tomlinson is most commonly associated with the Manchester alternative music scene, and is regularly asso ...

Whippersnapper (band)

Whippersnapper was an English folk band formed in 1984, consisting of Dave Swarbrick, Chris Leslie, Kevin Dempsey and Martin Jenkins. Swarbrick left the group in 1989, and the band continued as a trio until 1993, with the only album recorded that ...

The Young Tradition

The Young Tradition were an English folk group of the 1960s, formed by Peter Bellamy, Royston Wood and Heather Wood. They recorded three albums of mainly traditional British folk music, sung in arrangements for their three unaccompanied voices.

Linlithgow Folk Festival

Linlithgow Folk Festival is an annual folk music festival held in Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland. The first festival was held in 1999 as part of a renaissance of interest in folk music within West Lothian. Normally held on the second full wee ...

World Solo Drumming Championships

The World Solo Drumming Championships is an annual event organized by the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association, and sponsored by Andante Drums & Percussion. First prize in the Adult division is considered the top individual award obtainable in co ...

Paul McKenna Band

The band was formed in 2006. Early members of the band were singer and songwriter Paul McKenna guitar, Sean Gray flute, whistles, David McNee bouzouki, Ruairidh MacMillan fiddle and Ewan Baird bodhran, later members included Conor Markey, Mike Va ...

Ruby Blue

Ruby Blue was a folk pop band formed by singer Rebecca Pidgeon and guitarist Roger Fife in the 1980s. Pidgeon was a student at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. In 1986, her friend Roger Fife, a guitarist, asked her to sing on a demo tape which ...

Scocha

Scocha has performed before 15.000 people at the Glengarry Highland Games, the biggest highland games in North America in July 2008, where they returned to headline again in July 2010. The band additionally has played at Tartan Week in New York m ...

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