Album Review: Big Sadie – Keep Me Waiting

The mere name Big Sadie is somewhat evocative of country music and the Chicago based acoustic duo that form the band deliver on this idea a hundred times over. Though seemingly fairly new to the country and folk scene the duo have produced their debut album Keep Me Waiting, a soothing but jaunty collection of songs that bring to life their sophisticated and tender take on American roots music.

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Album Review: Sam Baker – Land of Doubt

It was thirteen years ago now when Sam Baker brought out his debut album and that initial release rapidly garnered him a myriad of fans from across the globe. This fanbase has continued to grow steadily with time and this year will see him expand it ever further with the release of his latest masterpiece Land of Doubt.

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Artree Music are delighted to be working in collaboration with New Zealand born singer-songwriter Samuel Alty

Artree Music has recently begun working in collaboration with New Zealand born Samuel Alty to spread his well deserving name ever further around the globe. With a unique outlook on life and a truly extraordinary set of experiences and talents it is only a matter of time before Alty becomes a household name in folk music.

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Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls confirmed for Cambridge Folk Festival + “The Den” stage line-up announced

Acclaimed English indie-folk singer songwriter, Frank Turner joins the bill to headline Saturday night with his band The Sleeping Souls. He made his Cambridge debut in 2008, with a completely new take on English folk, fuelled by the intense energy that marked him out as frontman of his post-punk band Million Dead. The creative force of his ever-evolving material has made Frank Turner a hugely popular name at Cambridge, as he makes a timely return following his last appearance in 2015 where he performed a solo set.

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