Non-Stop Music at the FAR Stage

FAR = Folk, Acoustic and Roots

Fun at the Folk Fest FAR stage
Fun at the Folk Festival FAR Stage. Top: Fly Yeti Fly & Harbottle and Jonas; Bottom: Cecile & Nick Mears

With around 35 regional and national performers, plus a bar, some great food options and guaranteed good weather (well, guaranteed Cornish weather, anyway), the Cornwall Folk Festival FAR Stage is the place to hang out during the day.

Previously called the Fringe Stage, this has evolved into the place to hang out during the day, so it's no longer 'fringe'!

You'll find it in the car park at the back of Wadebridge Wines, on Eddystone Road, just around the corner from the bridge and Shanty St.

Actually, no need to worry about the weather -- this year we've invested in some cover, in case of rain or too much sunshine (as happened last year).

We run the FAR Stage on Friday late afternoon starting at around 4.30pm, and then Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 11.30, with events finishing around 7pm, in time for you to get to any evening concerts in the town hall, or any of the sessions around town.

You are welcome to come and go as you please.

On Sunday morning there will be a 'folk mass', for people of all faiths and no faith, giving us the blessing for our final two day's roster of fabulous musicians.

Young Musician Showcase

Young Musician Showcase

FAR Stage, Friday 24th August 3.30pm

A chance to hear some young musicians at the Cornwall Folk Festival fringe tent.

Some great talent awaits. These are the stars of tomorrow! And some of those musicians who have appeared on this slot in the past are now billed in their own right at CFF 2018 (Woodcarts [pictured], Joe Chown).
The Woodcarts

The Woodcarts

FAR Stage, Friday 24th August, 4.20pm

Martha and Rosa are two sisters making acoustic music together in Cornwall.

They play mainly their own material, and already their songwriting shows sophistication and maturity.

They sing in tight, close harmony, with guitar and violin to back. They wow audiences at our 2018 fundraisers, and at Lostwithiel's Lostfest and other events across the South West; come and see two real stars in the making.Artist's Website
Alex Hedley

Alex Hedley

FAR Stage, Friday 24th August, 5pm

Alex Hedley came to music after leaving school and sleeping in the back of vans, hanging out in a caravan at an abandoned school.

A two month move to a remote island in Scotland, with countless hours of recording, helped Alex finally create his first EP Shadow Lake. The frozen Scottish winter contributed to the soundscape, mixing hopeful waves that will coincide with its spring landing. It's a collection of alternative folk rock, a wash of sound colours.

Alex cites Nick Drake, Jeff Buckley and Pink Floyd as some of his musical favourites, all things you may hear seeping through the live shows with fast finger picking and orchestral wails.Artist's Website
Spot The Dog

Spot The Dog

FAR Stage, Friday 24th August, 5.40pm

Spot the Dog, a collective of local musicians, are the darlings of the Wadebridge cafe scene with their eclectic mix of folk, blues, gems from the great British and American songbooks, and their own wry originals. Given their wickedly loose interpretation of what may comprise folk/acoustic/roots music, the only question is how FAR may they go?
Steve Hunt

Steve Hunt

FAR Stage, Friday 24th August, 6.20pm

Alongside running Bodmin Folk Club and being a key player in the Cornwall Folk Festival team, Steve Hunt is a fine singer and guitarist.

Often playing with Dalla's Neil Neil Davey, Steve performs honest-to-goodness folk music from all over the place on a variety of stringed instruments. He draws on a broad repertoire encompassing Celtic styles, English folk song and early Americana with flair, finesse and fun.Artist's Website
Thorn and Roses

Thorn and Roses

FAR Stage, Friday 24th August, 7pm

Thorn and Roses are a three-part mixed voice unaccompanied close harmony folk group performing traditional and contemporary material.

Slick delivery, joyful harmonies, great professionalism, plus a good injection of fun, they are Rowena Metters, Sylvia Fletcher, and Jinks Jenkin, who joined voices a number of years ago inspired by their mutual love of unaccompanied close harmony singing.

They are all accomplished singers in their own right, but since forming Thorn and Roses they have developed a style and presentation that has gained them quite a following in this country, with much interest from the Cornish communities of North America.

This year Sylvia and Rowena, who have harmonised together since they were teenagers, celebrate 50 years as performers. Congratulations, you stars!Artist's Website
Winter Mountain

Winter Mountain

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 11:30am

The Woods

The Woods

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 12:10pm

The Woods are a young five-piece alternative folk rock band from Cornwall, with a sound that can best be compared to Mumford and Sons. “Energy, enthusiasm and talent ooze out of this band” said Alstock Music Festival organiser Luke Hodge. "This is real music beautifully crafted and performed”, thought Radio St Austell Bay presenter Sheila Vanloo. A LostFest audience member considered their show “The best live performance I have seen since seeing Bob Dylan 40 years ago”.

Over the past year, The Woods performed at Eden Project, World Pasty Championships, as well as opening up Alstock Music Festival on the Main Stage. Their music is regularly aired on local radio stations, including playing a live set on BBC Introducing. Last year, they released their debut single, “Time” now available on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon Music. Artist's Website
Nick Mears

Nick Mears

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 12:50pm

Nick is an acoustic singer/songwriter born in Cornwall, who originally trained as an artist but decided to leave behind conventional education to travel the world, during which the focus of his career completely flipped. He began learning his new craft on the acoustic guitar, and has found himself playing shows in all corners of the world.

In between the flights to foreign lands, Nick likes to spend his time around his homelands in Cornwall, surfing, gigging and hanging out in the studio are the usual. He has played live professionally for five years now, and has decided to compile his original material to make his debut album 'Lifes Golden Era'. It has been a year in the making, lovingly recorded in Cornwall's VIP Lounge and featuring some incredible musicians Nick calls friends.
Artist's Website
Flats and Sharps

Flats and Sharps

Wadebridge Town Hall, Friday 24th August
Egloshayle Church, Friday 24th August
FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 1:30pm

Flats and Sharps have come a long way from their humble beginning busking in Penzance as 17 year-olds to performing on the Town Square stage at the Country 2 Country Festival at the O2 in London in March 2015 and at Proms in Hyde Park, London in September 2015, which was recorded for later broadcast on the Bob Harris Country show on BBC Radio 2. Along the way that have played for (and with) the Governor of Kentucky who jumped on stage to play with them, won fans at scores of festivals including Isle of Wight, Maverick and many Bluegrass and Folk Festivals and performed for events for Ralph Lauren and Jack Wills shops in London They were the headline act at the Ireland's Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival in June 2015.

Flats and Sharps are ones to watch out for and these five talented young men are clearly going to pick up many, many fans along the way.

Note: Appearing twice on Friday 24th: With Gretchen Peters and with Joli BlonArtist's Website
Wizz Jones

Wizz Jones

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 2:10pm

British Blues legend - Wizz Jones headlining the Festival as well as being made Honorary Troubadour Patron of our Festival.

"There are few artists with more claim to being a 'musician's musician' than Wizz Jones. Inspired by Big Bill Broonzy, Rambling Jack Elliot, Alexis Korner and Ewan MacColl, and learning his guitar licks from the likes of Davy Graham and Long John Baldry while playing in the coffee bars of London's Soho during the late nineteen fifties.

Then busking throughout Europe from the streets of Paris to the markets of Marrakech during the early sixties and later to be cited by John Renbourn and Eric Clapton as an important early influence. With his unique acoustic guitar style, an eclectic repertoire and a 'right hand worthy of Broonzy'.

Wizz Jones has been made an Honorary Patron to the Cornwall Folk Festival due to his long associations with Cornwall.Artist's Website
Geoff Lakeman

Geoff Lakeman

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 2:50pm



A Cornishman who has lived on Dartmoor for 40 years, Geoff has been described as "a stalwart of the West Country Folk scene and the father of a virtual folk dynasty."

He's the dad of Sean, Sam and Seth Lakeman, who are all internationally renowned folk musicians.They began playing as children in a family band with Geoff and violinist mum, Joy.

Geoff is a leading exponent of the rare Crane Duet concertina. He performs self-written and West Country songs, English, Irish and Scottish folk and other music as varied as Jimmie Rodgers,the Louvin Brothers, Richard Thompson and Randy Newman. He's also one of the few to play 1920's/ 30's jazz on an authentic 1920's instrument.

His smooth tenor vocals and unique concertina accompaniment have won him plaudits and fans over the years but it has only been since retiring from a long career as a Fleet Street Journalist that Geoff has truly spread his wings musically.

2017 sees the release of Geoff's debut album 'After All These Years'. With a stellar line up of musical family and friends it showcases his talents perfectly and illustrates the high regard and affection in which he is held. Artist's Website
Joli Blon

Joli Blon

Egloshayle Church, Friday 24th August
FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 3:50pm

Joli Blon, who take their name from a much-loved Cajun waltz, play traditional dance music from Louisiana, USA — two steps and waltzes with a bit of blues — on fiddle, accordion, guitar, drums and rub-board.

From a core all-women trio, to a full band of five with lap steel and drums, they play festivals, gigs, Mardi Gras and swamp parties, getting audiences of all ages up and onto the dance floor — with or without a dance workshop!

Back together after a maternity break too long to mention, the band has experience of a broad range of venues and festivals from Towersey Folk Festival to Glastonbury (Croissant Neuf) in the UK, as well as dates in the Netherlands, Ireland, and Louisiana.

They aim for audience participation, and are always happy to demonstrate some southern moves.

'Laissez les bon temps roulez' — as they say downtown N'Orleans ... and Stoke-on-Trent.

Lucy Vines: Cajun accordion; Fliss Premru: Fiddle; Miriam Hogan: Guitar/Rub-board; Drums: Owen

With Flats and SharpsArtist's Website
Jim Weare

Jim Weare

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 4:10pm

Cataclews

Cataclews

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 4:50pm


Cataclews are a four piece ceilidh band - fiddle, guitar, melodeon, bodhran and vocals. Based in Trevone near Padstow, Cornwall, the band plays and sings Cornish, English and Irish music, mostly traditional dance tunes, as well as their own compositions. Artist's Website
Brian Phillips

Brian Phillips

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 5:30pm


A wide-ranging repertoire, covering folk, blues, ragtime and more, all from both traditional and contemporary stables, and even a self-penned song or two may creep in to his wide and varied act. Brian is simply a man for all occasions.

A perfect combination for a good solo singer musician is talented musicianship, fine singing and presentation and a subtle touch of humour. With Brian, you get the set!Artist's Website
Saskia Griffiths More

Saskia Griffiths More

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 6:10pm

Saskia Griffiths-Moore is a contemporary folk singer, blending simple acoustic songs with modern moods, melodies and meanings, and has been performing full time on the folk and acoustic circuit for three years, singing at folk clubs, theatre's and festivals alike.

Having left school with not much more than a GCSE in Astronomy, Saskia set up practice on Harley street as the world's youngest craniosacral therapist, which she promptly left behind age 22 to follow her passion into music, learning her craft on the streets; busking, singing and touring her way through the country all the while living in her campervan without WiFi or electricity

Saskia's authentic sound has found her featured on three times on Sky Television (2017, 2018), and her newest single 'All For You' received national, and regional BBC, play. The young, Baez-esque, singer-songwriter of the folk world returns year round to stage after stage to put on creative live performances nationally and internationally, and, for her sins, has been awarded Arts Council funding three times for her UK wide tours She also flaunts an endorsement from Steve Agnew Instruments in the form of an interesting looking, luthier-made, parlour guitar. ?

She now lives in London, which fulfils her need for culture, but not nature, and remains and independent and self managing artist.Artist's Website
Kew Jumpers Jug Band

Kew Jumpers Jug Band

FAR Stage, Saturday 25th August, 6:50pm

The Kew Jumpers Jug Band are a local group of musicians who first got together in The Red Lion Inn, St Kew Highway to play blues, skiffle and other such music with an up tempo good time feel.

With a fluid membership of proficient musicians, their motto is 'Never the same line-up twice' but an entertaining set is always guaranteed. They are very popular on the local music scene and generate a great party atmosphere wherever they play.
Folk Mass

Folk Mass

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 10.30am

Multi-faith service, all welcome!
Joe Chown

Joe Chown

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 11:30pm

Zonj

Zonj

Wadebridge Town Hall, Monday 27th August
Far Stage, Sunday 26th August, 12:10pm

Zoñj is a breton music trio formed in 2016. Wooden flautist Baptiste Barbier takes an authentic approach to breton traditional themes, while willful guitarist Liam Roudil provides sharp and energic rythms. The trio is completed by fiddler Elouan Le Couls, who brings soundness and accuracy to the final unison.

All three are from Cavan, a small town in western Brittany. They now work in Rennes as professional musicians, although not with each other to begin with. They all had other musical experiences, playing in different breton bands before setting up their trio. They've since played all famous breton festivals and "festou noz" stages — Yaouank, Kann al Loar, Festival de Cornouaille, Festival Interceltique de Lorient and many others.

After two years of these rich musical and human experiences, they recorded their first album, with help from the well known Breton record company Coop Breizh.

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With Sam Kelly and the Lost Boys Artist's Website
Farrell Family

Farrell Family

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 12:50pm

Farrell Family (father Eddie, son Frankie, daughter Catie) are a relatively new band (formed 2013) based in East Cornwall and Plymouth who sing and play material from the English, Scottish, Irish and more recently the Cornish radical traditions.

Their first CD The William Morris Songbook (2014) is their tribute to the life and work of the great nineteenth century designer and political radical William Morris, and is a collection of radical songs, some traditional, some modern, all of which deal with social and/or green issues, from the fourteenth to the twenty-first century.

They also write their own topical material dealing with contemporary red/green topics such as the spread of solar farms and wind turbines, and the crisis in the NHS.

Expect also a few Phil Ochs numbers!Artist's Website
Fly Yeti Fly

Fly Yeti Fly

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 1:30pm

Fly Yeti Fly are acoustic duo Lorna Somerville and Darren Fisher.

Blending sensitive vocal harmonies with intricate guitar arrangements, mandolin and harmonica, they have a natural and free-spirited sound, and a warm engaging personality to their music that draws others into their world, telling tales of love, loss and living off the land. With a musical style that has been described as ‘dream-folk’, their melodic songs echo influences from 1960s folk musicians, modern Americana and their home in the South-West of England.

Before they formed in 2013, they were on very different paths – Lorna was working in Cambodia, while Darren was on the west coast of America meeting a different breed of weird and wonderful creatures. Then, at a chance meeting one evening back in Devon, they stayed up all night, playing songs to the seagulls and swapping stories. A few months later they were living together in a caravan, on an island, in the middle of a canal, in Belgium. Thus began their mission to fill this place with music and homegrown food!

Since then, they’ve travelled far and wide together in their trusty steed, “Haggie” the camper, and have met many beautiful people along the way.

“Fly Yeti Fly layer their material with becalming webs that captivate the listener.”
www.emergingindiebands.com

“Beautiful harmonies ... lovely lyrics & lovely tunes. Lorna & Darren clearly make sweet music together.”
Calstock Arts

‘A really rather beautiful debut album of original material -- tasteful and sparing. Roots & Shoots Show, Phonic FM ExeterArtist's Website
Moody Will & The Roll

Moody Will & The Roll

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 2:10pm

This Bristol-based country blues group have been busy building a strong reputation for fusing their authentic sound with stellar songwriting and breakneck live shows.

Lead singer William Hardiman and lead guitarist Simon Campbell started writing together as classmates and have been perfecting their craft ever since. Now working either as a dynamic duo or as leaders of a powerhouse hand they bring this unique sound to you with style, sincerity and Rock 'n' Roll exuberance!
Artist's Website
Little Beach

Little Beach

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 2:50pm

Little Beach is a modern Folk band based in SE London. The members are Alan Cummings, Stephen Brayne and Nick Bidgood. All three are experienced musicians with track records going back to the 60s, 70s and 80s in rock, folk, blues and indie bands. As Little Beach they deliver musical tales with folk, pop, swing, jazz and blues flavours, words that make you smile or cry and choruses that invite you to sing along. Since forming in 2015, they have been gigging regularly in SE London, Kent and beyond.

In February 2016, Little Beach released their first album The River and Other Tales. Tracks from the album have been played on BBC Radio Kent Folk and in February 2016 the album was featured during an hour long radio interview on HCA Radio with Alan Cummings.Artist's Website
Salt and Sky

Salt and Sky

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 3:30pm

Cornish folk fiddle duo Salt & Sky (Emma Packer and Lizzie Pridmore) are building a strong reputation for their exuberant performances of traditional Cornish music, sprinkled with a good helping of their own new material. Rooted in the local folk tradition, alive with originality and creativity, each arrangement is crafted with warmth that captures their love for Cornwall.
Artist's Website
Foxwillow

Foxwillow

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 4:10pm

Foxwillow are singer/song-writers Celia Sainsbury and Martin Dearmun. Their original material encompass elements of folk, country and rock, enhanced by a strong use of vocal harmonies. This is underpinned by Martin's crisp rhythm guitar and Celia's melodic flute and clarinet. Foxwillow's songs reflect a strong connection to the natural world, and are sung and played with energy and passion.
The Countrymen

The Countrymen

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 4:50pm

Tim Brine and Sue Franklin

Tim Brine and Sue Franklin

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 5:30pm

Tim and Sue have been singing as a duo for over 20years .Their enchanting style has endeared them to audiences at clubs and festivals and they never fail to please.

They draw their music from both traditional and contemporary sources as well as their own self penned songs of social comment which reflect their commitment to environmental and social causes.Artist's Website
Paper Circus

Paper Circus

Egloshayle Church, Thursday 23rd August
FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 6:10pm

Paper Circus are a young group of three very talented musicians, featuring Suraj Nagar on guitar, Jennian King on vocals and Jim Park on cello.

Cornwall Folk Festival president Mike Walford was bowled when he cuaght them at the recent 2017 Bedworth Folk Festival with Jen's stunning vocals and Suraj's delicate and sensitive guitar weaving around the songs, so we had to book them.

We are delighted to have them here in Cornwall. They are a real class act who will reach great heights on the festival and club scene in 2018-19, so make sure you don't miss this hot trio!

With Naomi Bedford
The McSmiths

The McSmiths

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 6:50pm

Annie: Vocals, Bodhran, Cajon, Triangle, Tambourine & metal thing
Paul: Mandolin, Slide Guitar, Vocals, Guitar, Accordion
Piers: Double Bass
Brigid: Whistle Damaris: Violin
Steve: Vocals, Various Guitars, Mandolin
We play original music written by Steve and arranged by the band. a mixture of folk and blues, happy and sad, up and down. that sort of thing. hopefully with a smile on our face.
Kris Lannen and Richard Tretheway

Kris Lannen and Richard Tretheway

FAR Stage, Sunday 26th August, 11:30am

The lead singer and guitarist from North Cornwall's alt-folk band The Grenaways bring their impressive songwriting and playing talent to the FAR stage.

Amongst other things, both have written competition-winning songs in Cornish...
Skylark

Skylark

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 12:10pm

Skylark explores the melodic and rhythmic boundaries of folk and jazz.

Beautifully matched soprano and alto Lynette Rentoul and Lorraine Rooke mingle with an occasional splash of Adrian Jones’ tenor, who also adds double bass, keyboards, and sometimes guitar, mandolin and percussion.

their songs are arranged for either accapella voices, or two or three voices with keyboards or bass. This, combined with a very varied set that strolls from folk to jazz, classical and pop, results in a lively performance that keeps audiences listening!

So enjoy delicious takes on The Beatles, James Taylor, Led Zeppelin, Duke Ellington, Karine Polwart and Pete Morton, along with contemporary songwriters.Artist's Website
Left Hand Drive

Left Hand Drive

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 12:50pm

Prez

Prez

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 1:30pm

The Portraits

The Portraits

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 2.10pm

Anglo-Irish alt-folk duo The Portraits, aka husband and wife songwriters Lorraine and Jeremy Millington from Galway and Bristol respectively, reached the iTunes chart in January 2015 with their charity single The Rest Of Time, championed by BBC Radio 2 and featuring the voices of 2,000 people recorded across the UK during 2014 all singing to save lives lost to blood cancers.

2016 saw The Portraits play at Glastonbury Festival, and complete work on their seventh studio album Global Heartbeat, released 21st April 2017 with a major album launch at The Drawingroom in Chesham, Bucks the following day. The album is a call to the world to unite against hatred, and its first single, Nobody Can Ever Murder Love, a reaction to the horror of MP Jo Cox's murder. The duo felt the UK needed to heal from the division caused by the vote to leave the European Union.

They also donate much of their proceeds to a school for disadvantaged children in Burma/Myanmar.Artist's Website
Porter

Porter

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 2:50pm

The Pirates of St. Piran

The Pirates of St. Piran

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 3:30pm

Cornwall's favourite pirate crew.

We are a thirty strong, non profit making, charity fund raising group working primarily to raise funds for the RNLI, Children’s Hospice Southwest and The Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust. Since the group started we have raised nearly £50,000 for these charities.

We perform piratical and rumbustious versions of sea shanties, folk songs and our own original material ... all done in authentic 18th century pirate costume. We also stage plays, sword fighting, flintlock and cannon displays, given half a chance.

We perform most weekends at venues all over Cornwall and Devon and we regularly perform at festivals such as the Falmouth International Shanty Festival, Looe Music festival and The Little Orchard music and cider festival.

We have released 5 CDs, with the last one "Ship shape and Bristol Fashion" charting in the top thirty folk download charts.

This will be our first visit to the Wadebridge folk festival and we hope to meet new people and make new friends along the way. So please come and join us as we promise you singin', dancin' and carousin' and more fun than you could ever expect to have with your sea boots on. An them's as dies 'll be the lucky ones.

Visit our website at www.piratesofstpiran.co.uk
Or our facebook page facebook.com/piratesofstpiran

Artist's Website
Ben Morgan Brown

Ben Morgan Brown

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 4:10pm

Gatehouse

Gatehouse

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 4:50pm

Tregallion

Tregallion

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 5:30pm

TREGALLION are an acoustic duo featuring Vince and Nickie Jerrison who have recently moved from Yorkshire to live in the Bude area. We perform traditional and contemporary songs and tunes with a Celtic influence. Our material ranges from reflective and haunting ballads to up-tempo tunes and chorus songs, with accompaniment on guitar, Irish bouzouki, mandolin and whistles.
Rob Barratt

Rob Barratt

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 6.10pm

Rob Barratt is a Bodmin-based comic poet and singer who has established himself in the South West as a writer and performer of pithy poems and silly songs. Rob spends a lot of time in a place he calls "Planet Barratt" but occasionally he comes down to Earth to entertain audiences.
Rob is our resident poet for CFF 2018, so look out for him popping up on the main stage and at sessions as well.
Taking The Piskies

Taking The Piskies

FAR Stage, Monday 27th August, 6:50pm

Steve plays mandolin and bazouki, Debbie the whistle, bodhran and shruti, Barbara the bass viol, harp and violin, and Vince guitar, mandolin and bouzouki.

We sing and play folk music with a twist, sometimes diving deep into our Celtic Heritage with ballads and sea shanties, sometimes singing more contemporary songs, and we have our own compositions too.

Folk music is a participant sport, we try to sing songs that you will want to join in with!Artist's Website

No guarantee can be given that any events will take place, or any artists will perform at a particular time, or at all. We will, however, make every effort to carry out the programme as advertised.

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