A quick reminder that we make folk podcasts and more are coming very soon (I can hear Jack editing our conversation with Bird in the Belly as I write this). On it we have folk music and chat about traditional songs by the people who play at Mill Race Folk. Why not check out our episode with singing ‘George Collins’. A spooky ballad involving a poisonous kiss of death from a jilted lover.
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We have videos of performances for the Mill Race Folk Podcast. They’re produced by our very own Davy Willis and they look and sounds gorgeous.
Next ep of the podcast is coming soon! We’re going to be chatting about the Ringers of Egloshayle with Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson. Watch the video of them performing the song now. A collection of all of the videos are available here
Follow us and we’ll follow you because we’d love to see what you’re doing too- We’re quite nosy. Here we are on the M1 traveling up to Yorkshire Sculpture Park to meet up with Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson to record a new episode of The Mill Race Folk Podcast. Check it out! Our username is marisajackanddavy.
Episode 3 of our podcast is now available with Stick in the Wheel. You can listen to it now at Podbean or by searching for Mill Race Folk on iTunes.
We chatted to Nicola, Ian and Ellie from Stick in The Wheel, before their Mill Race Folk performance at Bedford Esquires on the 31st March 2018. They chose to play Marrabones, a traditional song about an unhappy marriage with an unfortunate ending!
We talked about the Clancy brothers in their fisherman’s jumpers (check out the video we discussed in the podcast), removing the diddly choruses, plotting a murder and very mild swearing. Other artists who were mentioned were Peter Bellamy and his catalogue of music on Spotify, Planxty and Martin Carthy’s version of ‘Stitch in Time’, a Mike Waterson song.
Stick In The Wheel have just released their second album Follow Them True and are currently touring, so go and see them!
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