Granny’s Attic, Medicine Creek, Good Habits
ST GEORGE’S BRISTOL
Doors 2 pm
Granny’s Attic are Cohen Braithwaite Kilcoyne (anglo concertina/melodeon/vocals), George Sansome (guitar/vocals) and Lewis Wood (violin/vocals). A dynamic trio of exceptional musicians, they perform traditional tunes and songs and original music with style and verve. Described by Folk Radio as “one of the most exciting and accomplished English folk acts on the scene right now”, they are sure to delight at Bristol Folk Festival on Saturday afternoon.
“Great tunes, great energy, great arrangements, great stuff!”
Medicine Creek have been plying their whisky-soaked brand of bluegrass and Americana since getting together in Bristol in 2010, and have gained a cult following for their adrenaline-fuelled live act and gospel-flavoured harmonies.
“Beautifully rendered old-time Americana” Venue Magazine
Good Habits are a UK alt-folk duo, telling stories and turning heads across the globe. Composed of singer-cellist Bonnie Schwarz and accordionist Pete Shaw, the duo create folkish musical tales, with captivating lyrics married with their unique brand of brisk instrumental virtuosity.
“This duo has an infectious energy and joy that’s impossible to resist” Folk Radio UK
Saturday Day Tickets
The Saturday Day session runs from 2 pm – 5 pm at St George’s. Saturday Day tickets give you access to the three main stage artists listed above, in the St George’s Main Hall. Look out for live sessions and dance spots from lunchtime in the St George’s Bar and Foyer. Access to the smaller Glass Studio is on a first-come first-served basis. All individual seating is unreserved.