Programme - Deepdale Festival

Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th September 2022


 
P.Uke - Punk Ukulele for Beginners - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - The Good Earth Collective will be running this workshop. Bring your own ukulele or borrow one of the bands.

P.Uke - Punk Ukulele for Beginners

Saturday - The Lounge

The Good Earth Collective will be running this workshop. Bring your own ukulele or borrow one of the bands.


These are the bands announced so far.  There will be many more additions to the list, so watch this space as Chris firms up the programme.  We know at our 5th annual festival there will be amazing range of musical talent including national and local bands.

To see photos of Deepdale Festival 2021, please see our Facebook photo album: www.facebook.com/media/


Thursday 22nd September

As a pre cursor to the main festival, for those staying on Thursday night, we have a very special evening session in the Brick Barn.  Not to be missed!
 

- Cobbler Bob

- The Gillies

 

 

Spotify Playlist

Want to hear the acts who are performing at Deepdale Festival 2022 ... Then please have a listen to our Spotify Playlist

Deepdale Festival 2021 Spotify Playlist

 

Friday 23rd September

So much music on Friday, starting late morning - Prepare yourself for the weekend of music ahead.

There will be Live Music on the Brick Barn Stage & Orchard Stage from about 12noon till about 10.30pm
 

- Gentlemen of Few

- Good Earth Collective

- Ebb Tide

- Ellie Gowers

- Marina Florance

- Elizabeth & Jameson

- The Feathered Thorns

- The Gillies

- Emilie Joy Garrod - Santosha Yoga Norfolk

- More to be confirmed

 

Saturday 24th September

There will be Live Music on the Brick Barn Stage, Orchard Stage and in St Mary's Church from about 12noon till about 10.30pm.
 

- Sam Kelly & Jamie Francis

- The Smokin' Pilchards

- Cut Throat Francis

- Alden & Patterson

- Fred's House

- Emily Mae Winters

- Lisa Redford

- The Last Inklings

- Dove & Boweevil

- East Angles Brass

- Josie Field

- Christian Smith

- Bryter Than

- Emilie Joy Garrod - Santosha Yoga Norfolk

- P.Uke - Punk Ukulele for Beginners

- More to be confirmed

 

Sunday 25th September

There will be Live Music on the Brick Barn Stage, Orchard Stage and in St Mary's Church from 12noon till late evening.
 

- Wildwood Kin

- Kathryn Williams

- Bertie

- The Secret Helicopters

- Alton Wahlberg

- Zaffiro

- Emilie Joy Garrod - Santosha Yoga Norfolk

- Leading with Lyrics - Songwriting Workshop

- More to be confirmed

 


Wildwood Kin

Wildwood Kin - Sunday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - <p>The first thing that strikes you about the second album by Wildwood Kin, self-titled because it captures the band's artistic vision so completely, is just how natural it sounds. The voices of three young women harmonise effortlessly, there are shades of Simon & Garfunkel, Rumours-era Fleetwood Mac and the churchy cadences of the first Fleet Foxes album in the beautifully gentle folk rock melodies, and lyrics address profound themes like love, loss and spirituality in an unforced fashion. But above all, there is a spirit to the record that is as wild and free as the West Country moors Emillie Key, her younger sister Beth, and their cousin Meghann Loney grew up on.</p>

<p>'Both of our mums play instruments and sing, someone was always on the piano, and we spent childhood car journeys harmonising on the back seat,' says 24-year-old guitarist Emillie on how this family group, who emerged from Devon to have a surprise hit in 2017 with debut album Turning Tides, found their sound. 'There was a lot of Cat Stevens, Joni Mitchell, Tracey Chapman and Stevie Wonder in the house. It was a very musical family.'</p>

<p>It was also a forward-thinking, spiritually open family; something reflected in the mysterious quality of the album's epic opener Headed For The Water. 'We're not a Christian band, but that background does inform us,' says Meghan, 25, Wildwood Kin's drummer and the most outspoken of the three. 'Our first performances were in church settings, and I'm not sure if we would have had the confidence to get up in pubs and clubs if we hadn't started in that safe family environment where everybody is nice to you.' Beth, the quietest and youngest at 22, who plays bouzouki, adds: 'We want to give an uplifting message and make a space for positivity and peace. Music is a healing thing, after all.'</p>

Kathryn Williams

Kathryn Williams - Sunday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Sam Kelly & Jamie Francis

Sam Kelly & Jamie Francis - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - <p>Sam Kelly & Jamie Francis have been musical collaborators since they met at 
music college in Brighton in 2010. They are the main writing team behind 
acclaimed folk band Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys, and have garnered a reputation as 
one of the most high-class and influential duos to come out of the UK folk scene 
in recent years.</p>
<p>Both successful musicians in their own right - Sam plays guitar in Kate 
Rusby’s band and works as a record producer and Jamie is known as one of the 
UK’s foremost banjo players, publishing a book and multiple online lessons for 
Deering Banjos. Sam & Jamie signed a publishing deal with Wipe Out Music in 
2016, and have a varied and successful writing portfolio with the company, 
having their music used on Sky Sports, Channel 4, Sky Arts, BBC Two, BA flights 
and more.</p>
<p>Expect to hear traditional folk songs and tunes from the British Isles and 
USA, with high-octane instrumental performances and incredible vocals, as well 
as original material from both artists, all tempered with a dash of 
self-deprecating humour. Broadcaster Mike Harding described Sam as ‘one of my 
favourite singers ever’ and legendary guitarist Martin Simpson described Jamie 
as ‘an annoyingly good banjo player!’, so this show is not one to miss!</p>

Gentlemen of Few

Gentlemen of Few - Friday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

The Smokin' Pilchards

The Smokin' Pilchards - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Cobbler Bob

Cobbler Bob - Thursday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Cut Throat Francis

Cut Throat Francis - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Good Earth Collective

Good Earth Collective - Friday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Alden & Patterson

Alden & Patterson - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Bertie

Bertie - Sunday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - <p>Bertie Anderson Haggart is an award winning musician, composer and lyricist born and bred in North Norfolk. For the past ten years her work has been with The BeauBowBelles, an alternative swing folk band and Bowjangles, the theatrical comedy string quartet with whom she has performed internationally in Portugal, China and New York as well as all around the UK including at Glastonbury Festival and Edinburgh Fringe where they won the Spirit of the Fringe award 2018 for 'Excalibow'. Bowjangles have also been featured on CBeebies 'Yolanda's Band Jam' and were nominated for Rural Touring Awards Best Practise 2019 and are currently touring their self penned comedy musical 'Dracula In Space' which Bertie composed the score for.</p>

<p>Her original music has been featured on BBC 6 Introducing, BBC Wales, BBC Radio Norfolk and BBC Radio London.</p>

<p>The past 6 months she has been researching, composing, and recording Poppyland Song Cycle and Poppyland Songs Podcast.  A project celebrating life past and present in Poppyland, North Norfolk through music, song and storytelling.  Poppyland Songs Podcast is currently being aired on BBC Radio Norfolk.</p>

<p><i>'Beautiful, can't stop singing it'</i> (When The Skies Are Weeping) - Kirsteen Thorne, BBC Norfolk<br>
<i>'A Beautiful Podcast'</i> - Sophie Little, BBC Norfolk</p>

Ebb Tide

Ebb Tide - Friday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Fred's House

Fred's House - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Ellie Gowers

Ellie Gowers - Friday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Emily Mae Winters

Emily Mae Winters - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Lisa Redford

Lisa Redford - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Marina Florance

Marina Florance - Friday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

The Last Inklings

The Last Inklings - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

The Secret Helicopters

The Secret Helicopters - Sunday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Alton Wahlberg

Alton Wahlberg - Sunday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Dove & Boweevil

Dove & Boweevil - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - <p>The Dove and Boweevil Band are a six piece Americana, Blues and Soul band 
from Norwich with resonances from Derbyshire and North Carolina. Orchestrated by 
compelling duo Lauren Dove and Mark Howes on vocals and guitar they have vintage 
sounds and old souls. Constantly carving their own style whether acoustic or 
eclectically electric.</p>
<p>Dove and Boweevil released their debut album 'Getting Somewhere' in March 
2011 following an inspiring trip in pursuit of their passion of Blues and Soul 
from New Orleans to Chicago performing in Nashville, becoming a finalist in a 
songwriters competition at reputable Eddie's Attic in Atlanta as well 
performances at Buddy Guy's Blues Club in Chicago. There they reveled in 
witnessing the likes of Etta James, Bonnie Raitt, Joe Cocker, and Mavis Staples.</p>
<p>In 2014 they were both nominated for best vocalist and guitarist in the 
British Blues Awards. Their song Listen Up has also been used in the film 
soundtrack Scar Tissue with a visit to BAFTA for the premiere and they have 
recently been featured on the Krossboarder Record label compilation.</p>
<p>Since forming, their last album This Life was nominated for best album AND 
best song in the IBBA's, pick of the week on BBC Radio London's Robert Elms 
show, a playlist of the month Future Radio, BBC Introducing song of the week.</p>
<p>'The music has a zest for life, the lyrics shine and the singing is full of 
tonal shapes and depths.'<br>
'In the fens and along the coasts of East Anglia, the blues burn with a fervour 
that the devoted each bring to their own individual pilgrimages and pleas to the 
unconverted to join this happy band.'</p>

East Angles Brass

East Angles Brass - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Elizabeth & Jameson

Elizabeth & Jameson - Friday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - <p>Elizabeth & Jameson is an award-winning duo comprising two rising stars of the UK acoustic music scene. Hannah Elizabeth and Griff Jameson have joined forces to create a stunning indie folk-roots sound which encompasses both their individual musical backgrounds of traditional folk and folk pop/rock. Together Elizabeth & Jameson arguably offer the best of both backgrounds - classic song writing at its best and a harmony-driven sound with guitar, violin and exquisite vocals.</p>

<p>Recent festival and concert highlights include performances at Cambridge Folk Festival and the Great British Folk Festival.  Elizabeth & Jameson were awarded the NMG Award for best Acoustic, Folk & Roots Act of 2019, and were proud to open four shows for Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra as part of their 2019 Autumn/Winter tour.  The duo released their debut album Northern Shores & Stories in 2020, and their new EP Dead Ends & Hand Me Downs is set for release this autumn, alongside a tour of live dates around the country.</p>

<p><i>'The voices form a seductive combination.'</i> - The Sunday Times<br />
<i>'Something wonderful.'</i> - BBC Radio Scotland<br />
<i>'Breathtaking storytelling and songwriting.'</i> - BBC Radio Lincolnshire<br />
<i>'A partnership well worth watching out for.'</i> - RnR Magazine<br />
<i>'One of the brightest new names on this country's folk circuit.'</i> - Bright Young Folk</p>

Josie Field

Josie Field - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - <p>Nominated for 9 South African Music Awards over her career, it’s evident that singer songwriter Josie Field has no intention of slowing down. Having relocated to the United Kingdom, and already gained a ‘BBC Music Introducing Artist of the Week’ title, Josie now expands her horizons to bring her music to the world. </p>

<p>South African born Josie Field is a combination of Florence and the Machine meets Janis Ian meets Aretha Franklin, Field’s voice is distinct and unusual. Her signature sound is a potent mix of lyricism and fire, heart-felt issues and tender constructions, she has a unique textured blues infused voice and soulful vocal delivery style. Rooted in folk but having experimented with blues, country, jazz and with strong elements of soul coming through on her latest release, Josie is no ordinary singer songwriter. She calls her sound ‘Indie Soul’ aptly the title of her latest solo album which garnered her ninth SAMA nomination for Best Adult Contemporary Album in 2018.  Indie Soul is a modern fusion of acoustic meets digital with a deep soul inspired flavour that tugs on the heart strings. </p>

<p>“Not many artists have had opportunity to keep writing, recording and releasing albums year after year, it’s a tricky business and I have fallen out of love with it from time to time and felt jaded and restricted by the small scene in South African, however, I have never been able to resist for long. I consider myself extremely lucky to be able to continue my musical journey on a different continent and I am so looking forward to what the future holds.</p>

The Feathered Thorns

The Feathered Thorns - Friday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

The Gillies

The Gillies - Thursday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Zaffiro

Zaffiro - Sunday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - <p>Zaffiro explores music from around the globe with a unique combination of voice, accordion and double bass.</p>

<p>Stephanie (accordion, voice) hails from Suffolk and now abides in Mid Wales, and Archibald Schwartz Marmaduke (double bass) is Breton and, like Stephanie, also lives in Wales.</p>

<p>Zaffiro’s musical tastes merge with jazz, pop, latino and folk music, with occasional mandolin, flute, harp and bodhran playing too.</p>

<p>Earlier this year Zaffiro released their first album entitled ‘Mondegreen’, which is available on Spotify and iTunes.</p>

Christian Smith

Christian Smith - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Bryter Than

Bryter Than - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 -

Emilie Joy Garrod - Santosha Yoga Norfolk

Emilie Joy Garrod - Santosha Yoga Norfolk - Friday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - Emilie will be running early morning yoga sessions in the Orchard for anyone who would like to attend. There are some matts you can borrow or bring your own.

Leading with Lyrics - Songwriting Workshop

Leading with Lyrics - Songwriting Workshop - Sunday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - Josie Field will be running a songwriting workshop

P.Uke - Punk Ukulele for Beginners

P.Uke - Punk Ukulele for Beginners - Saturday - Deepdale Festival | 22nd to 25th September 2022 - The Good Earth Collective will be running this workshop. Bring your own ukulele or borrow one of the bands.