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Blair has already fitted a lot into his young life. From an early age he was encouraged to take to the stage by his parents, folk legend Ashley Hutchings and singer Judy Dunlop, and he has now blossomed into a greatly admired singer, guitarist and actor. Some of the highlights of his performing career include playing Little Willy Wonka in the blockbuster movie of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (Johnny Depp starred as the grown-up Willy), touring for the whole of last Autumn in a new production of the play “Lark Rise” and appearing at festivals such as Big
Session, Towersey and Cropredy. In 2011 Blair produced his first EP ”Bags Outside The Door” on Rooksmere Records and this immediately plunged him, once more, into the media spotlight attracting outstanding reviews from some leading figures on the music circuit. It also led to him being shortlisted for the BBC Young Folk Awards.
In early 2012 he took to the road as one sixth of The Albion Band, the new incarnation of the group originally founded by his father over 30 years ago. The tour proved that folk music is alive and well in the hands of a new generation of gifted musicians, all of whom, like Blair, are able to bring their own diverse influences to bear on a fine tradition.
In spring and summer 2012 Blair is touring with Fairport Convention in Italy before moving on to become part of The Lady tour, celebrating the work and life of Sandy Denny. He is then performing at a mix of festivals across the UK including Cropredy, Southwell, Towersey and Cambridge.
Early in 2012 Blair started work on his debut album and enlisted a great team of musicians to collaborate on the project including Ashley Hutchings, Pete Zorn, Guy Fletcher and the multi-talented young American sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell from the Georgian band Larkin Poe. The album, ‘Blight & Blossom’, was released on Rooksmere Records in October 2012 and features ‘Seven Brothers’, a song written for him by Richard Thompson.