Cambridge Folk Festival 2019

A reminder of our fabulous line-up at Cambridge Folk Festival in 2019. Here's to many more sessions this good!
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Josh Robins

Josh is an acoustic indie/alt folk singer-songwriter from Cambridge, who also fronts the band The Mardlers. He is playing all over the country everywhere from pubs to festivals, currently recording songs and generating a buzz.

When Rivers Meet

Grace & Aaron Bond of When Rivers Meet are a Blues + Roots Rock duo from Essex. Their soulful vocals lock into harmony with a natural chemistry: Aaron’s bold, driven guitar is grounded by his solid kick drum, and Grace’s unique slide mandolin and fiddle combine to create a wall of sound. With a combination of well-crafted self-penned songs and reworked traditionals, performances are fearless.

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I Claudia

Claudia plays a colourful mixture of musical styles - mellow yet uplifting acoustic sweetness with hints of folk, jazz, soul and a good sense of fun!!

Terry Hiscock

Terry Hiscock formed Hunter Muskett with Chris George and Doug Morter in 1969 whilst still at college. The band was lucky in having access to the clubs and colleges of London, including The Marquee and The Troubadour where they were finally spotted. After two albums they eventually wound up the band in 1974, but reformed in 2010 to record a third album and return to performing.

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Lizzy Hardingham

Lizzy is a young folk musician, playing a mixture of traditional and contemporary material. Lizzy has won the Herts, Watford and Milkmaid Folk Song Competitions and the Royston Folk Club Young Artist Competition: bringing significance to stories old and new. This mixed with her "exceptional voice" and "accomplished guitar player" make her "a rising star on the folk scene, not to be missed".


This Hertfordshire band give powerhouse performances of their own material, along with well-known songs (done their way).  DodoBones are an acoustic indie band, with an ironic-pop edge.

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Joseph J. Clark


Our compere for the early part of our slot is Joseph J. Clark, who will also be performing some of his poems. Joe is a writer, performance poet and occasional promoter based in Cambridge, UK. He is the author of “Drunk With A Pen”, a collection of 13.5 (and growing) poems about drink and drinking.