English folk music has experienced a revival over the past two decades.
Solo artists, such as Seth Lakeman and Eliza Carthy, along with groups such as Bellowhead, have become household names performing a genre of music that previously had been known mainly for unfashionable associations with Morris dancing.
Such a revival can be traced back to the skill and dedication of a select few musicians who have championed English folk and inspired it to become a relevant musical movement in the 21st century, and in that group is included multi- instrumentalist and composer Chris Woods [ . . . ] More at: Putting the heart and soul into folk