THE TRIAL OF BILL BURN UNDER MARTIN’S ACT – A NEW EP FOR JULY, 2019
A new EP of songs I’ve been working on this year, each of them either traditional or extremely old, will be out on July 26th. Note that this will be a digital release only.
If you’re keen to get hold of them early, please click here to sign up to my mailing list. I’ll be putting them out for my mailing list readers on Bandcamp, sometime in the next week or so.
The tracks are as follows:
- The Trial of Bill Burn Under Martin’s Act (Roud Broadside B248968)
- Holly Ho (Roud 1407) – featuring Nick Hart and Mikey Kenney
- Who Hung The Monkey?
- Leave Her, Johnny (Roud 354)
When I have time in the next few days, I’ll post my research on these songs on my blog.
MIDLIFE – AN ALBUM OF TRADITIONAL, INDUSTRIAL & MUSIC HALL SONGS FROM BIRMINGHAM AND THE MIDLANDS
“An early contender for Album of the Year” – Readifolk Radio
You can find Jon’s music on the usual streaming websites. If you’d like to buy his music and download it to your own device, Bandcamp is probably the best option. You can find that by clicking here.
We’ve embedded Jon’s two solo albums below via Spotify, as well as the albums he has previously recorded with The Grizzly Folk and Cut Flowers Jon is also planning to release a new tradfolk digi-single every month throughout 2019. The first is embedded below. The best way to find out more about this project is to click follow on the Spotify button, or to sign up to his mailing list by clicking here.