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Ewan McLennan New Album ‘Borrowed Songs’ and 2020 Tour

Feb 13, 2020

From a BBC Folk Award to his work with Transatlantic Sessions through to his recent critically-acclaimed collaboration with the author George Monbiot, Ewan McLennan has come to be known as one of the finest troubadours, singer-songwriters and balladeers of his generation.

Whether singing self-penned works that speak to our modern times, centuries-old traditional ballads or drinking songs, his intimate and moving performances are renowned for their ability to weave narratives that span centuries and continents.

As well as some of the favourites from his previous albums, this solo performance will feature tracks from his forthcoming album ‘Borrowed Songs’ – with works that touch on issues from Windrush to the loss of our natural world, as well as traditional shanties, lullabies and ballads.

Ewan McLennan has realised his potential on a wonderful album of traditional folk’ The Telegraph

He is touring the album live, so check your diaries !!

Tour Dates 2020

15 February 2020 The Trades, Hebden Bridge

13 March 2020 Kalamazoo Klub, London

24 April 2020 Bodmin Folk Club

15-17 May 2020 Shepley Spring Festival

19 May 2020 Nailsworth Festival

26 June 2020 Campfire Club, London

8 July 2020 Hambledon Folk Club

11 July 2020 Priddy Folk Festival

1 August 2020  Sidmouth Folk Festival

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