Welcome to 2023. We’ve collected quite a few videos during the cold months (not that it’s any warmer now) so this seems to be a good time to let you see and hear some of them. We’ll begin with one of the most recent: the extraordinary sound of LISA O’NEILL and ‘Silver Seed’ from her forthcoming album All Of This Is Chance:
From his debut album (released tomorrow as it happens) comes BENJI TRANTER and ‘To Your Eyes’:
We can’t have a video wall without BEANS ON TOAST and here he is with ‘Little Bee Goes To The Rainbow’ from his children’s album The Fascinating Adventures Of Little Bee:
This just in (more or less). ERIC BIBB with ‘500 Miles’, the second single from his upcoming album, Ridin’:
We have mentioned Queen Of Whirl, ELIZA CARTHY‘s retrospective of revamped songs several times. Here is the rather wonderful ‘Good Morning Mr Walker’:
Australian singer-songwriter NIGEL WEARNE joins forces with British singer Lauren Housley on the rather gorgeous jazz-blues sound of ‘To The Edge’. Nigel and Lauren have been, and still are, touring the UK right now:
Here’s something special. Celebrating what would have been Jean Ritchie’s 100th birthday KATE MacLEOD sings ‘Black Waters’ from her project, The Jean Ritchie Experience. The song is a protest about the pollution of agricultural land by coal mining:
We’re not sure where the video comes from but it’s fun. THE TROUBLE NOTES and ‘Never Dream Alone’:
‘Albert’s Place’ is a new single by MARTYN JOSEPH. It comes from a BBC Sounds show, 21st Century Folk, presented by Mark Radcliffe:
And finally, ‘Our Times’ is a new single by ROO PANES who looks forward and wonders:
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