Over the past two decades of British folk music, Jim Moray has marked himself out as having a singular, idiosyncratic vision that has rarely wavered in style and substance. The cinematic vision of albums such as Skulk (2012), Upcetera (2016), and his game-changing debut Sweet England (2003) show just how far the old songs can be taken. As Moray embarks on his third decade as a professional musician, his arrangements of traditional songs are regarded as classics of the folk genre, while his treatment of the ballad ‘Lord Douglas’ has become a must-learn for fingerstyle guitarists. And never satisfied with staying still, there’s a sense that he has only just begun.
“One of the most inventive figures on the folk circuit” – The Guardian
Please Note: The start time for this concert is now 8pm.