If youâ€™re lucky enough to have a ticket for this year’s Ely Folk Festival then great news for you, the festival is going to be amazing this year, The Battlefield Band, Tin Tin Lady, Eddy Morton, Shooglenifty and much, much more.
Each year the festival just gets better than the last, with an impressive guest list and programme of workshops, concerts, displays, ceilidhs and children’s entertainment. The musicians appearing at the Ely Folk Festival reflect the rich diversity of the modern music scene, with a mixture of established favourites and newer talent.
The organisers are especially proud that the festival remains a small and friendly festival where you can meet the artists ‘unplugged’. You can take part in workshops, dances, sessions or perform in the Club Tent.
With less than a month before the festivities begin, Ely Online has created a special podcast to highlight the diversity of artists that represent this year’s Ely Folk Festival (July 2007).
Many thanks for all the artists that kindly allowed permission to use their tracks in this podcast.
- Silver â€“ Suntrap
- August â€“ Shooglenifty
- Ordinary Man, Ordinary Woman â€“ Eddy Morton
- Coming Of Age â€“ Nick Barraclough & The Burglars
- Filipino Maid â€“ Vin Garbutt
- Burlington Street â€“ Pavlovâ€™s Cat
- Driver Jack â€“ Hedgepig
- The Sauna Set â€“ Mawkin
- An Dros â€“ Nuada
- Will Of The People â€“ Jez Lowe
- Not The Way â€“ Charlie Barker
- The Sound Of Requiem â€“ Tin Tin Lady
- Quercy – Zoot Alors
- Easy Piano – Anthony John Clarke
- Devilâ€™s Partiality â€“ Andy Wall
- Maryâ€™s Dream Set â€“ The Battlefield Band
- Blue Smoke â€“ Gareth Pearson
- Thin Line â€“ Ezio
- Banks Of Green Willow – Jackie Oates
- The Ceilidh In The Kitchen â€“ Alistair Russell
You can listen to the mix streamed online by pressing the play button below, broadband is your friend for this. If you don’t see the player below then you don’t have the Flash Player installed, that can be remedied by going here.
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