It’s perhaps safest to say that Fairport Convention hasn’t just influenced English folk-rock, even if in all its glory they have enhanced it beyond belief. What this standout band has done is...
It was the first Fairport album to feature Sandy Denny's unforgettable vocals and her addition to their songwriting talent pool.
The singer's final album in her first spell with Fairport Convention became a folk music cornerstone.
Denny was one of Britain’s finest vocal talents, and the aura around her has only enhanced since her passing.
A Bob Dylan cover landed the folk heroes on TV and in the UK singles chart.
If you’re a key member of a successful band, the solo bug will bite. Here we salute some of the most notable artists who found life after the band.
The collection gathers together early versions of Dylan's work by the folk mainstays and their offshoots.
Fairport Convention's 50th anniversary celebrations continue with the 28 July 2017 release of a 7CD box set, Come All Ye, and vinyl reissue of Liege & Lief.
Pioneers of British folk rock, Fairport Convention celebrates their nearly 50-year musical legacy with a 7 CD box set for release on 28 July.
American roots music defined British folk-rock as much as Sandy Denny and Fairport. uDiscover traces the genre’s US influences.
With his unique insight into Sandy Denny’s music, Houghton tells uDiscover why ‘I’ve Always Kept A Unicorn’ is an essential addition to Denny’s body of work.
Including unreleased demos, 'I’ve Always Kept A Unicorn' is a stunning collection of acoustic recordings made throughout Sandy Denny's entire career.
The Queen’s Birthday Honours have recognised traditional English music with the award of an MBE to Ashley Hutchings.
The surviving members of folk music giants Fotheringay have announced a London concert, their first such show for 45 years, at Under The Bridge on June 19.
The life of Sandy Denny is remembered in a new biography by British music writer Mick Houghton, to be launched with a live music event in London on March 3.