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Enjoy some of the biggest names in traditional music at The Met.
A powerhouse multi-instrumental trio, Vishtèn are flagbearers for their unique Acadian musical tradition throughout the world.
Music and spoken-word performance from an unlikely trio of writers and performers.
Jackie Oates is a name synonymous with the reinvigoration of English folk music, beguiling...
The award-winning band celebrate their twentieth anniversary in 2019 with a new live album and globe-spanning tour.
Blue Rose Code is Scottish singer and songwriter Ross Wilson. He has been compared to John Martyn, Van Morrison and Tom Waits.
Two time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winners Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar combine Russell’s powerful vocals and driving guitar with the Algar’s championship-winning fiddle.
Scottish folk pioneers Lau return to The Met.
Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle return with their own special blend of top class folk songs, tunes and charming bonhomie.
Former Bellowhead front-man Jon Boden comes to The Met with songs from his new album Afterglow.
Skilfully performed instrumental music from two of Scotland’s most prominent folk musicians.
Ana Silvera’s folk and bluegrass tinged tunes are lyrical, intimate and emotive. She comes to The Met with songs from her latest release, alt-folk song cycle Oracles.
Karen Matheson is best known as the lead singer of internationally-renowned Celtic supergroup Capercaillie.
The Houghton Weavers have been entertaining folk now for over forty three years with their unique blend of popular folk music, humour and audience participation.
Sam Carter is a brilliant guitarist and songwriter who combines the observational with social comment and personal reflection.
The Lindisfarne Story is an affectionate and enthusiastic celebration of one of the UK's most original and successful groups.
Two critically acclaimed folk and roots artists collaborate on songwriting for the first time.
Rescheduled from March 8. Emily and Hazel Askew are known as two of the foremost performers and interpreters of English folk music.
Canadian folk-pop featuring perfect harmonies and pure pop melodies.
Glasgow based folk-singer, songwriter and ukulele player Claire Hastings performs material from her much-awaited second album Those Who Roam, featuring songs under the theme of journeys.
Grace Petrie’s unique takes on life, love and politics, and the warmth and wit with which they are delivered, have won over an army of loyal fans.
Somewhere between jazz, folk, gospel and Americana there is an area of music that doesn’t have a name. Kirsty McGee has spent the past fifteen years mapping this place.
Inspired by his violin, carved but never finished by Richard Howard in 1915, Sam Sweeney has created a live show and album of instrumental music inspired by the Great War.
Flook's music features precise acoustic grooves and soaring improvisation, all topped off with impeccable stage presentation.