Jim Moray is a multi-instrumentalist, arranger and producer who has created startlingly contemporary recordings of England’s traditional songs. Described as the most significant development in folk music in the last thirty years, Jim was presented with the BBC Radio 2 Album Of The Year Award 2004 for Sweet England as well as the Horizon Award 2004 for best newcomer.

“Jim Moray… whose fusion of trad ballads and beats… is the hippest thing to hit the folk world in years.” The Times

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