Bromyard Folk Festival weekend. Local Showcase Thurs 8th September

Bromyard and the surrounding area shows off the amazing talent of local folk music acts during Bromyard Folk Festival Weekend. Usual start time 7.00pm for 7.30pm. Free event but contributions to support Ukraine.

Main Eve Performances – doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start
Three Disagrees
3 Disagrees are : Francis – guitar/vocals, Gill – double bass/ vocals, Mervyn  – fiddle/ mandolin/vocals and Dan- dobro/vocals, although there are sometimes two, three, or four of them.

Described as “ bluegrass as you always wanted it to be : banjo free and tasteful “ This is a rare chance to see this reclusive, semi- legendary band. They play their own compositions as well as  their own interpretations of what used to be served up as americana .
Roger Pugh
Roger Pugh is a singer/song writer/guitar and mandola player, with a keen sense of humour. His song lyrics are based on his personal experiences and observations. sung with flare and passion and include subjects such as nature, the environment and relationships.
Sheena was professional musician and vocalist for 26 years, based in London. Has three jazz albums out, under her then stage name of Sheena Davis. (Sheena Davis Group)
Sheena plays Keyboards, accordion,  handpans and percussion. She moved back to Ludlow in 2018.
Sheena met fellow musician, guitarist and singer song writer, Nathan Edwards, at an open mic in 2019 and the duo ‘Koppelli’ was born.
Koppelli play all original compositions in the style of alternative folk.
They perform at festivals and folk clubs around Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
Check out their videos on their Facebook page ‘Koppelli’.
Huw Knight & Viv Bell
Huw Knight and Viv Bell are an acoustic duo who play mostly original material – featuring vocal harmonies and distinctive guitars. They would describe their music as a mixture of alternative folk and country rock.
Plus our wonderful solo singers:
John Bloor – lovely songs and guitar playing from local performer John
Chris Barltrop – songs, ballads and spoken word from our local performer Chris