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Geoff Lakeman, who lives on Dartmoor, is an internationally-recognised leading exponent of the rare Crane Duet Concertina. He performs self-penned songs, English, Irish and Scottish folk, and other music as varied as Jimmie Rodgers, Randy Newman, Richard Thompson....and 1920/30's jazz standards. He's the father of a virtual folk dynasty - youngest son is internationally-acclaimed, Seth Lakeman. Elder brother is Sean who played in Seth's band and produced his Mercury Music Award, Top Ten, gold and silver albums.Sean and his wife, Yorkshire singer Kathryn Roberts , are the current BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards "Best Duo". Geoff's piano-playing middle son Sam is married to Irish singing sensation Cara Dillon.Their band plays all over the world. The Lakeman Brothers originally started out playing in a family band with Geoff and their mum violin-playing mum Joy.
Geoff and Joy were residents at the Herga Folk Club in Harrow and well-known on the London folk circuit. Later they moved to Somerset and played the Bristol clubs,all around the west country and beyond Residents at the renowned Navy pub folk club on Plymouth's historic Barbican and Dartmoor's Folk on the Moor club, Geoff and Joy were mainstream performers in the south west in the 80's in the group "Dockyard and Warships".
They performed on TV and radio and at many festivals and folk clubs. Geoff also fronts the hot 20's/30's Tin-Pan alley jazz trio "Speakeasy".
Geoff has also performed in 18 countries with the Plymouth-based "Reunion Band". Their recent gigs have included Amsterdam and Ghent- and they are soon off to play in Iceland.