Featuring love, time travel and strange shadowy things, The Magic Theatre is orchestral / 60s pop featuring Ooberman members Sophia Churney and Dan Popplewell.
Finbar Furey (b.1948 in Dublin, Ireland) is considered one of the finest Uilleann Pipes players in the world.
He was (is?) a member of the legendary Irish traditional group The Fureys.
Kaya Burgess is a British singer-songwriter whose brushstroke lyricism combines with a folk-rock-n-roll sound to create a compelling image of life, literature and London town. "A lovely voice." ----- Guy Garvey, lead-singer of Elbow "I can't put my finger on it, but i like it a lot and it's very personal and unique. It's got this old, worn feel to it, like a historic city after the lights go out and only a few dim pubs are still open, a handful of patrons inside drinking up the last dregs of the day. In other words, it's brilliant." ----- Tortoise Crossing
Steve was born in Liverpool and raised in Birmingham. Tilston was a graphic designer before taking up music in 1971. In the early eighties he ran a folk club with Bert Jansch in New Kings Road, London. "In For A Penny - In For A Pound" was a rock album, but he soon reverted to quieter music. In 1985 he has toured with Ballet Rambert. It was his skill as a guitarist and mandolin player, not as a dancer, that brought this about. In 1987 he formed his own record label, called "Run River". He was a member of John Renbourn's group "Ship of Fools" (1988), who released one album on his label.
http://youtube.com/descendofficial With their debut release "Through the Eyes of the Burdened", Descend bursts onto the scene with an album that is as hard hitting as it is diverse. The songs are crafted and performed with expert musicianship, combining technical brilliance with strong song writing skills.
Herbert Jansch (b. 3rd November 1943), commonly known as Bert Jansch, is a Scottish folk musician and founding member of the band Pentangle. He was born in Glasgow and, particularly in his early career, was sometimes characterised as a British Bob Dylan. This, however, was misleading, in that Jansch's best work has always been fundamentally instrument-driven unlike Dylan's, which is primarily lyric-based.
Andy Moore is a folk-rock singer-songwriter. Born in Texas, she attended the Pennsylvania State University where she recorded her first album Shifting in 2001 (Thumbcrown Records). During the summer of 2002, she began to establish herself in the bar and club scene of Provincetown, Massachusetts. Subsequent summers cemented her reputation and laid the foundations for her next album Dig Right In released in 2004. She currently resides in Richmond, VA with her partner and two greyhounds.
The band plays a virtuoso and humorous fusion of jazz and bulgarian folk music with influences by rock, pop and oriental music on a very high technical level. It was formed in Trondheim, Norway in 1991 by four students of the Jazz Department at the Conservatory of Music of Trondheim. Saxophonist Haavard Lund left the band during fall of 1995 and Trifon Trifonov from Bulgaria joined as new saxophonist in December 1995. Line Up:
Stian Carstensen: accordion, guitar