- The Night Watch — early music duo
Mediaeval, renaissance and early baroque music played on period instruments. The Night Watch explore the crossover between early music and folk music. Folk club and festival gigs, school workshops, and recordings from Captain Swing’s Andy and Ian as a duo.
- Andy Casserley — solo folk musician
The solo folk website of Captain Swing’s and The Night Watch’s multi-instrumentalist: “Great songs, lovingly sung and arranged … impeccable vocals … what more could one desire?” ~ Flos Headford in Shreds And Patches
- Ian Pittaway — solo folk musician
The solo folk website of Captain Swing’s guitarist and The Night Watch’s multi-instrumentalist: “A fine voice, accompanied by some of the best guitar playing to be heard anywhere.” ~ Folk On The Farm
- JDA Electronic Design — electronic hardware and embedded software design
Based in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, UK, JDA Electronic Design specialises in electronic hardware and embedded software design, particularly for industrial and production equipment. A great service from Captain Swing’s bassist.
- Beggars’ Hill — cult folk-rock band
Beggars’ Hill were a folk-rock band whose 1976 album is much sought-after by collectors of vinyl records. One member of the band was our very own bassist John ("JM") Davis (12-string guitar, dulcimer, whistle, banjo, vocals). In 2010, the album was restored and released on CD for the first time by Talking Elephant Records.
- Webfeet — ceilidh dance listings
The events listing belonging to the Eceilidh website. If you want to know where there is a ceilidh on, look here.
- Mr. Red’s Mid-West — traditional dance and music listings
Ceilidh, folk club and traditional music session listings from Cresby, a.k.a. Mr. Red.
- Black Diamond Folk Club — great folk in Birmingham
You are assured of a warm welcome at this Birmingham (UK) club for those who wish to perform and hear largely traditional music. Every other Friday is a guest night, Fridays between are singers’ nights.
- Early Music Muse
Early Music Muse: musings on mediaeval, renaissance and traditional music.
A blog intended to appeal to both casual observers and specialists in mediaeval, renaissance and traditional music, presenting both beginners’ guides and new research in traditional and early music.