THE PEOPLE’S FOLK DAY [Sunday 3rd September 2017]
- THE HEADLINE ACTS:
We are pleased to announce that the headline acts for ‘The People’s Folk Day’, scheduled to take place on Sunday the 3rd September 2017, have now been booked. They are: –
is an English singer-songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and actress. Although best known as a singer-songwriter, Dore has a multi-faceted career that includes acting in film, TV and radio, comedy-improvisation and composition for film and TV.
Julian Littman, formerly of Steeleye Span, will be supporting Charlie Dore on the night.
The Rob Lear Band:
From their base in the Welsh valleys, Rob and his band first burst onto the music scene in 2013 with the release of a debut album titled ‘Let it go’, mixed and co-produced by Richard Thomson’s Grammy-nominated producer Simon Tassano.
The line-up is an eclectic gathering of instrumentalists including Van Morrison bassist Pete Hurley, African rhythm student Liz Mullins and country guitarist Brett Green. The success of their debut album has led to major festival appearances as well as tours in both the UK and Europe.
The Diffs are a Cardiff-based band whose music ranges from traditional folk to more contemporary music with a strong acoustic bias. They are a musically very talented band with some key individuals who are highly respected musicians in their own right on the local folk scene.
The Diffs have also gained a good reputation for their strong vocal performances and close harmony singing.
Further details are available on the event’s dedicated website, using the web address below: –