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May 30, 2018

Jill Waterson & Ady Shaw have been performing as a duo since early 2017. Their set is an even mix of Ady's passionate and powerful original songs along with carefully chosen covers and traditional material.

Ady is an experienced performer having played in bands and solo around the Watford area for many years. His songs reflect the ups and downs of life, he wears his heart on his sleeve.

Jill has a choral background and provides lovely arrangements, great harmonies plus occasional colour with glockenspiel, recorder and percussion.

May 30, 2018

Jill Waterson & Ady Shaw have been performing as a duo since early 2017. Their set is an even mix of Ady's passionate and powerful original songs along with carefully chosen covers and traditional material.

Ady is an experienced performer having played in bands and solo around the Watford area for many years. His songs reflect the ups and downs of life, he wears his heart on his sleeve.

Jill has a choral background and provides lovely arrangements, great harmonies plus occasional colour with glockenspiel, recorder and percussion.

May 30, 2018

Jill Waterson & Ady Shaw have been performing as a duo since early 2017. Their set is an even mix of Ady's passionate and powerful original songs along with carefully chosen covers and traditional material.

Ady is an experienced performer having played in bands and solo around the Watford area for many years. His songs reflect the ups and downs of life, he wears his heart on his sleeve.

Jill has a choral background and provides lovely arrangements, great harmonies plus occasional colour with glockenspiel, recorder and percussion.

May 12, 2018

East London duo Black Scarr are Emma Scarr (vocal/violin) & Johnny Black (vocal/guitar).

Emma's poetic yet earthy lyrics reflect her own experiences and those of people 'not that good at normal life' especially when the ageing process has kicked in. Yes the songs are serious but Emma's wry sense of humour ensures there are times when you will laugh and cry in the same verse! Johnny's tunes are rooted in folk and Americana with great choruses. Believe me there is humour and fun all over the place!

The session, hosted by Jon Bickley, was an immensely enjoyable afternoon spent chatting about music, songwriting and life, and sharing some songs. They tell it like it is, warts and all, you won't be disappointed. 

All you need to know about Black Scarr can be found at http://www.18tilidie.com/

May 11, 2018

East London duo Black Scarr are Emma Scarr (vocal/violin) & Johnny Black (vocal/guitar).

Emma's poetic yet earthy lyrics reflect her own experiences and those of people 'not that good at normal life' especially when the ageing process has kicked in. Yes the songs are serious but Emma's wry sense of humour ensures there are times when you will laugh and cry in the same verse! Johnny's tunes are rooted in folk and Americana with great choruses. Believe me there is humour and fun all over the place!

The session, hosted by Jon Bickley, was an immensely enjoyable afternoon spent chatting about music, songwriting and life, and sharing some songs. They tell it like it is, warts and all, you won't be disappointed.

All you need to know about Black Scarr can be found at http://www.18tilidie.com/

May 3, 2018

Folk/Prog band Pagan Harvest take inspiration from the English landscape, that sense of place that can be found in Shakespeare’s forests and moors, Wordsworth’s mountains and streams, and even on Westminster Bridge.

On 1st February 2018 they released their second album. Entitled 'Sacred River' it is a bold artistic statement encompassing the myths, legends and magic of London and the River Thames.

In this podcast Pagan Harvest discuss the process of composition that created their 2018 album Sacred River. Lawrence Reed talks in depth about his approach to writing the music and how his recent Masters degree in composition has been influential in developing his
distinctive style.

The featured song from the album on this podcast is 'Thorney Island'

The album is available to download from https://paganharvest.bandcamp.com/album/sacred-river

For further information go to
https://invisiblefolkclub.com/pagan-harvest/

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