our favourite sites


Roots And Branches and Brum Beat would like to bring these fellow travellers to your attention; a visit to each and every one will bring more than a little sunshine in to the working day.


 "Beautifully realised collection of well crafted songs rendered in attractive, melodic folk-rock style" - Rock'n'Reel Magazine (R2)

"Producing and playing on the Red Shoes album was a real joy and I am very proud of this CD" - Dave Pegg

"Waited a quarter of a century to make this my folk album of the year! now make it yours too" - Mike Davies (Net Rhythms)

http://www.redshoes-music.com


FOLK RADIO UK

Exactly what it says on the tin . . . so to speak

http://www.folkradio.co.uk/

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Midlands music stories from Robin Valk. And a side of Radio.

http://radiotogo.blogspot.co.uk

Netrhythms

Whilst this site may not be operational these days, it remains a useful archive for music lovers, a simply wonderful compendium of what editorial wonder Sue Cavendish typifies as a '¯home to the best roots music' adding 'if we don't like it, you won't see it on these pages!' Our sort of music mag! A five star enterprise to be found at -

www.netrhythms.co.uk

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http://www.fatea-records.co.uk/magazine

Neil King's excellent on line publication covering the entire folk roots spectrum and the progenotors of the Fatea Showcase Sessions, a quarterly free album that champions the best of new talent - http://www.fatea-showcase-sessions.co.uk

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Simply a way of unloading any spare cash you might have or might believe you have on essential (and sometimes non essential ) vinyl

https://diversevinyl.com/index.php

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