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Martin Carthy is widely regarded as one of the finest singers and interpreters of traditional music from the British Isles, as well as a highly influential guitarist. Martin has worked with a host of significant folk artists including Steeleye Span, Dave Swarbrick, The Albion Band, The Watersons and Brass Monkey, and maintains a busy solo career. He still prefers to follow his insatiable musical curiosity rather than cash in on his unrivaled position as one of folk music's great innovators. Awarded the MBE in 1998 for services to English music, Martin has been the subject of various TV documentaries and has received a spectrum of BBC Folk Awards, including the 2008 Best Traditional Song award for "Cold Haily Rainy Night," an award he won alongside Chris Wood and daughter Eliza, who is a remarkable musician in her own right. Whilst her commitment to the British tradition is unquestionable, she has also injected original compositions and traditional tunes alike with contemporary electronic and dub effects. Eliza Carthy is not only a double Mercury Prize Award nominee and winner of a numerous BBC Folk Awards but she's also been nominated for a BBC Radio 3 World Music Award, a ceremony she later presented alongside Benjamin Zephaniah. She has presented and been the subject of numerous TV and radio programs and regularly featured as a guest on Mark Radcliffe's BBC Radio Two show. Together, this amazing father-daughter team delivers music that is traditional at its core and thrilling in its immediacy. Don't miss them.
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