A Natter With Invisible Folk Club

In the summer we spent an afternoon with the Invisible Folk Club playing some traditional songs and having a chat (and drinking a lot of tea) for their podcast. Thanks for having us on your show, guys! It’s available to listen to now on iTunes or Spotify.

Marisa Jack and Davy
Marisa Jack and Davy performing for The Invisible Folk Podcast
Here’s what Steve and Jon from Invisible Folk said about this episode:
“Great new podcast released today featuring MarisaJack&Davy, the finest folk group in Bedfordshire. Please share with your friends and networks.
How to listen Invisible Folk Club podcasts:
– On iTunes or Spotify, search for Invisible Folk Club
– If you are not an iTunes or Spotify user listen or download via http://invisiblefolkclub.libsyn.com/
– Go to https://invisiblefolkclub.com/ and at the foot of the page you will find the list of podcasts for streaming.

Marisa, Jack & Davy breathe life into lesser known traditional folk songs. They all sing, play guitar and percussion. Their 3 part harmonies and arrangements are inventive and original.
They also run occasional acoustic folk nights and promote concerts in and around Bedford under the name Mill Race Folk. They look for venues that reflect the history and aesthetics of the local area and have featured such artists as Martin Carthy, John Kirkpatrick, Anna & Elizabeth, Stick in the Wheel.”

Invisible Folk Club

Thanks so much to Jon Bickley and Steve Yarwood at Invisible Folk Club podcast. We had a great time on a hot and sticky Saturday afternoon singing, drinking tea and chatting away about all things Mill Race Folk. We had a lovely time. Their podcast will be available to download in the Autumn.

Invisible Folk Club are a small production company based in south east England producing podcasts and radio shows aimed mainly at the folk music community and related groups. They champion authentic music that is ancient and modern and have produced over 50 podcast shows! Why not check out a show on mix cloud.

Photo by Jon Bickley from Invisible Folk Club