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Fay Hield, Angeline Morrison, Janice Burns & Jon Doran

Sun 30 April | Doors 1.30 pm

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Fay Hield

Yorkshire born and bred, Fay Hield learned her craft as an interpreter of English song at an early age at the famous Bacca Pipes folk club in Keighley. In 2013 an English Folk Dance and Song Society commission resulted in her forming the Full English to celebrate the launch of the EFDSS’s online digital archive. Her 2020 album Wrackline reached number 6 in the Folk charts and received widespread critical acclaim.

With a band featuring Sam Sweeney and Rob Harbron, expect an afternoon of stunning musicianship and exquisite songs.

“Fay Hield is one of folk music’s most pre-eminent modern voices… her gift for unearthing colourful material and then delivering it with both swagger and soul is compelling.” Mojo

Angeline Morrison

Angeline Morrison explores tradition with a deep love & curiosity.

Morrison’s stunning 2022 album The Sorrow Songs presents a set of songs of Black British experience rarely found in collected traditional repertoire. Voted No. 1 Folk Album of the Year by the Guardian, Sorrow Songs explores a rich heritage of black music so present in US culture, conspicuously lost to the UK. 

Beautiful song writing holds the weight of history with lyrical simplicity & charm that resonates. Produced by Eliza Carthy, Sorrow Songs has led to a lauded performance on Later with Jools Holland & widespread critical acclaim.

“Abundant with meaning and feeling.” The Guardian, 4****

An accomplished musician & singer, Angeline’s folk is infused with elements of soul music, literature, ‘60s beat pop, folklore & the supernatural.

“Abundant with meaning and feeling.” The Guardian, 4****

“The Sorrow Songs is a triumph.” Jon Wilks, Tradfolk

Janice Burns and Jon Doran

Anglo-Scottish due Janice Burns and Jon Doran came together after discovering a shared love of traditional music. Gorgeous harmony singing is accompanied with mandolin, bouzouki and guitar.

“Crystal clear voices, great musicianship, and obviously a deep love of the tradition. Mike Harding

Ticketing Information

Sunday Day Tickets

The Sunday Day session runs from 1.30 pm – 5 pm at Trinity Bristol. Sunday Day tickets give you access to all the artists listed above. Seating is available.  

Sunday Day + Night Tickets

Join the Festival for the whole of Sunday with a Sunday Day + Night ticket. Catch the evening concert of The Longest Johns & Calan in addition to the Sunday Day line-up above.