Biddulph Up In Arms gigs
Two of the country’s leading singers are playing Biddulph Up In Arms tomorrow (Friday).
Sam Kelly and Ruth Notman have joined forces to record a new duo album, recorded at Kate Rusby’s Pure Records studio and produced by Damien O’Kane.
Notman is a singer and multi-instrumentalist from South Yorkshire. Her first album, Threads, was released in 2007 and sold 10,000 copies, garnering the kind of media attention seldom reaped by folk artists. The album was listed as the Independent’s album of the week, and received praise in the Guardian, MoJo and others.
Kelly, with his band The Lost Boys, has emerged as one of most sought-after names in the folk world.
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