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If you've been attracted here by recent reviews of our new album 'Fairer Skies', here's the second single from it, written by our good friend, the lovely Anna Shannon
Email email@example.com for more information, and details of how to purchase the album, all profits of which are going to local charities....
Probably the final review of 'Fairer Skies', and from arguably the most influential folk music magazine going. Living Tradition don't mince their words, and for the little old Spoils to be compared with premier league performers is quite a thrill. We don't think we come off too badly, do you?
Brian Player was kind enough to play 'Summer of my Dreams' on his excellent show yesterday evening. We're on around 28:30, but listen to the whole show - it's splendid.
We're honoured to be featured again on the Brian Player radio show tomorrow evening. Looking forward to hearing which track Brian plays. Thanks Brian
This coming Tuesday (6th Feb) at 8pm on http://www.weyvalleyradio.uk/ Join yours truly and Minnie Birch LIVE in the studio .....
chatting with Barbara Parry ...and Peter Stephens about local and folk in general!!!
and singing songs..........
and you can join us on Brian Player's Tuesday Folk Radio Show LIVE Discussion Group
Plus a full album "Potted Down" - this week Brona Mcvittie
Plus music by Sarah Munro , Newton Faulkner Anne Janelle Crayon Angels Daisy Chute The Mellowship Esme Bridie Music Winter Wilson Magpie Lane Jenn & Laura-Beth Spoil The Dance Miranda Sykes Lucy Kitchen Karl Jenkins Lady Maisery Kelly Oliver
Sincere thanks to Marc Gunn for featuring us again on his latest Irish & Celtic Music podcast. 'Silver Dagger' starts 8 mins in, but listen to it all - it's splendid.
Many thanks to David Chamberlain for playing The Factory Girl on his splendid Acoustic Routes show on Dapper FM this evening. Cheers.
If you’re stuck for ‘entertainment’ this Sunday afternoon, tune in to the Pete James show on 103 The Eye at 15:00. We’ll be chatting & playing some of the tracks which have influenced us, and perhaps a few songs live in the studio.
Nice to see ‘The Cat and the Capo’ set getting yet more airplay, this time on the Under The Mason’s Apron podcast (27 mins in). Thanks chaps. After 35 years, we’re stuck with the name, though.
Such a privilege to be included on Phil Widdows’ latest Folkcast podcast, amongst some excellent music. Cheers Phil.
We’re delighted to be featured once again on the latest edition of the Irish & Celtic Music podcast. Broken Brook (the first track on our album Fairer Skies) is at 36:30, but listen to the whole podcast - it’s splendid.