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Friday, May 4th, 2018
7:30 PM
Singer-songwriter Jack Harris was the youngest ever winner of the Kerrville Folk Festival's 'New Folk' Award in 2005 (previous winners include Gillian Welch and Anais Mitchell). He
has also been the recipient of an EFDSS creative bursary for songwriting. His songs take a compassionate look at things both common and uncommon, and see them differently. They are literate, curious songs, often in character, always intriguing. His third full length album, 'The Wide Afternoon', assembles 11 new songs, rooted in folk and blues traditions, telling real and imagined stories in a husky, intimate vocal accompanied by excellent, fluid guitar picking.

"A priest of song" - Anais Mitchell
"Powerful, poetic melodies" ***** - The Guardian
"A natural, captivating songwriting talent" 10/10 - The Telegraph *****


Paul Mosley is a singer/songwriter and composer, 10 years and 7 albums into a slightly bonkers career taking in festivals from Glastonbury to Green Man, commissions from an
Icelandic Farmers choirs and Danish Puppet Theatre, touring with everyone from Shane MacGowan to Neko Case and Ron Sexsmith, his own 5 star folk opera 'The Butcher' starring
chart star Jamie Lawson and BBC Folk Award winner Josienne Clarke and Albums Of The Year from BBC6Music and Resonance.fm.

"Wonderful, these songs really do soar and Mosley's slightly mad scheme really succeeds" - Americana UK
"Astonishing, brings to mind West Coast Americana and hazy, dreamy 70's folk pop" - The Daily Country
"Beautiful, intimate and affecting. This is great modern folk writing" **** - R2
"A darkened folk masterpiece" **** - The Quietus
"Sometimes disturbing magic realist folk pop. Excellent" **** - Q Magazine
"What a voice!" - Jools Holland


Please note that this is a seated gig, with seats unallocated but all with a good view.