The Lockdown Stream 2 – Our Pick for This Week

The Lockdown Stream 2

Welcome to The Lockdown Stream 2.

We have picked some more of our favourites ‘watch again’ gigs from the last week which we have been sharing daily across both the folking official Facebook group and main folking Facebook page. As most of you know, the current situation with the lockdown is hitting musicians hard so please, if you can, show your appreciation for the performances by either dropping a couple of quid into their ‘tip jars’ (where provided) or by going to their website and buying some of their music.

Please note… Some artists or venues take their live streams down after a week or so. We will continue to monitor the status of the streams and remove any artists or venue where we find that the videos no longer work.


Cerian –  “Caught in the Dark” EP launch

Tip Jar – Tip

Download/ listen/ stream the EP here

Artist’s website – Click Here.


Mary Gauthier – ‘Club Passim Live Stream Benefit Gig’

Tip Jar – Tip

Artist’s website – Click Here.


Three spirit lifting songs from the great Paul Brady – ‘Mary and the Solider’… ‘I Like How You Think’… ‘The World Is What You Make It’.

Artist’s website – Click Here.


A spontaneous late live stream from Daisy Chute to mark National Banjo Day on the 8th April.

Tip Jar – Tip

Artist’s website – Click Here.


Celebrated songsmith Steve Tilston with a full length live stream from Hebden Bridge. Any tips will be shared equally between Steve and the Trades Club, Hebden Bridge.

Tip Jar – Tip

Artist’s website – Click Here.


The first in the series of “Virtually Green Note… in the round” with Birds of Chicago Danny Schmidt + Sarah MacDougall.

Tip Jar – Tip

Artist’s website – Click Here.


Chris Ricketts ‘Live in Lockdown – Take 2’ (starts at 1 minute 45 seconds).

Tip Jar – Tip

Artist’s website – Click Here.


Hope you enjoyed this weeks Lockdown Stream 2 selection. Don’t panic if you missed our first ‘Lockdown Stream’ as you can watch it all again here.

See you in a week or so for the next instalment.


Folking.com’s very own Paul Johnson, and the Folking.com team look forward to covering the New Forest Folk Festival again this year with bigger and better coverage.

Paul will be at The New Forest Folk Festival bringing folking.com coverage and as many of his audio interviews with the performers as he can grab and Lewis Beech will be face-booking, insta-gramming and Tweeting from the festival all weekend. ~ find out more here ~

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