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Described as, “Authentic, haunting roots music from a first class duo” (Seth Lakeman), Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin are two musicians with a growing following on the folk and roots scene.
Fast becoming recognised as one of the finest slide guitarists the UK has produced, Phillip Henry is also a virtuoso on the harmonica. Regarded as, “one of the most extraordinary musicians around” (Steve Knightley - Show Of Hands), he brings together folk melodies of the British isles, blues, gospel and Indian music in his moving and original compositions and arrangements.
Hannah Martin is a singer, songwriter, fiddle-and-banjo player from Devon. Commended by Mike Harding (BBC Radio Two) for her “really fantastic singing!”, her songs weave folklore and legend old and new with beautiful melodies, while retaining a strong sense of the living tradition.
In 2012 Phillip and Hannah had been privileged to tour with Show Of Hands; play on Steve Knightley’s album Live In Somerset; work with Judy Dyble (Fairport Convention, King Crimson); appear live from Maida Vale studios for a special edition of BBC Radio Three’s Late Junction; and they are regulars on the festival circuit, having appeared at Glastonbury, Cambridge Folk Festival, Broadstairs Folk Week, Larmer Tree Festival, Oxford Folk Festival, Sunrise Celebration, Green Man, Beautiful Days, Sidmouth Folk Festival, and many others.
"Phillip and Hannah are bringing a fresh new sound to folk music...There is a chemistry to their playing which is uplifting and captivating...Every track on the album is exceptional in its own way and it is both refreshing and a joy to hear such original interpretation of folk music from two young and very talented artists. You'd be crazy not to book them for your club or festival!" - Folk Radio UK,