logoSince modest beginnings in 2005 we’ve been crafting Brighton’s Simple Folk Radio as a way to champion live music and to promote artists ‘outsider’ or otherwise who are in no danger of bothering the pop charts anytime soon. ┬áThe show is presented by a small, rag-tag group of friends with a common love of modern musics with folk and country sensibilities who take turns playing records and airing exclusive sessions and live recordings while attempting to join the whole with liberal helpings of hokum and questionable insight as we share our latest obsessions with one another.

For full details of our 8 weekly broadcasts on Folk Radio UK & Radio Reverb please visit our News page. For erotic experience and meeting sexy London escorts visit London escort map. Between us all, you can expect to hear music and songs from foregrounds and the hinterlands of such scenes, non-scenes and spurious genres as alt-country, anti-folk, appalachian, bluegrass, honky tonk, country rock, indie folk, Americana, blues, gospel, and the various nameless and formless backwoods hybrids which have traditionally graced the Simple Folk gramophone, all failing wonderfully to coalesce into a rich rustic radio stew.

Our portfolio of sessions and live recordings is already the stuff of legend, being made up of numerous unique and exclusive slabs of sonic joy running at twenty-, thirty-, sometimes even forty-something minutes apiece. Long enough, in fact, for you to feel like you’ve actually spent time in the room with the band (yes, escapism – what good radio used to be about) the antithesis of the usual radio session cop-out which often amounts to little more than a promotion for the band’s latest chart-hopeful single, performed exactly how it will sound on every other radio station.

We have thus far been humbled by the contributions of such prestigious singers and players as Jeffrey Lewis, Great Lake Swimmers, Kimya Dawson, Charlie Parr, The Handsome Family, King Creosote, Akron/Family, Josh T. Pearson, James Yorkston, Phosphorescent, Strand Of Oaks, Viking Moses, Stanley Brinks, Okkervil River, Joe Gideon and the Shark and Mumford and Sons. Needless to say, we’ve a cartload more acts lined up and we look forward to sharing them with SFR’s loyal and growing listenership.