Jim Ghedi and Toby Hay
Keith How watches Jim Ghedi and Toby Hay bring their new instrumental album to Bakewell’s Old House Museum for a Sunday afternoon session.
Celsi, Bragg and Maitland
Keith How catches Celsi,Bragg and Maitland as their 'Second Summer of Love' tour reaches his neck of the woods and finds them in fine form.
Keith How enjoys guitarist and instrumentalist Toby Hay's launch gig for his new EP 'Birds' in Rhayader in rural Wales
Keith How enjoys Richmond Fontaine's literary Americana at a gig in Sheffield on their farewell tour
Keith How finds pianist and harpist Joanna Newsom a conflicting experience at the Albert Hall in Manchester
Keith How at Sheffield’s Riverside watches his latest favourite band from Italy, psychedelic act New Candys, despite major technical problems, play an enthralling set
Keith How witnesses experimental singer-songwriter and cellist Laura Moody play a spellbinding set in an intimate gig at the Castle in Manchester
Bella Hardy, folk's new shining star returns with a new album to promote to her native Peak District. Keith How with Nicky Crewe goes along to the Pavilion Arts Theatre in Buxton to see if she lives up to the hype
At the Heretics' Folk Club new base in Sheffield, Keith How enjoys a captivating evening of folk rock from Welsh instrumental musician Toby Hay and his fellow guitarists Jim Ghedi and Nick Jonah Davis
Keith How watches Manchester-based composer and trumpeter Matthew Halsall's sprawling band Gondwana Orchestra play a jazz-influenced set at the Millenium Hall in Sheffield to promote their new album, ‘When The World Was One’