Live we play acoustically; our own songs inspired by local stories, myth, landscape and legend, together with traditional song.
Our line-up varies from duo to full band.
Richard: tea-chest bass/vox
September - Liz will be playing at screenings of The Nettle Dress, a 'hymn to the healing power of nature and slow craft' directed by Dylan Howitt featuring textile artist Allan Brown.
Details of all upcoming screenings can be found here:
Summer Solstice at The Long Man Inn
An evening of magical entertainment on June 21st starting at 7pm
Liz will be playing a short set.
Philip Carr-Gomm, world-renowned author and member of the Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids will talk about the magical significance of the summer solstice and how sacred landscapes like The Long Man of Wilmington can deepen our connection to the natural world.
Tickets cost £25 each, including a two course solstice supper and must be pre-booked. Restricted audience of 30 people
Phone 01323 368525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place
'We were quietly blown away earlier this year by Chalk Horse Music, who combine folk tradition with bold reimaginings and come out with something completely unmatched in the English folk scene. Their songs draw inspiration from Sussex and the Downs; their music stuns.'
Stephen Thomas, The Folkroom
Old Chapel, Alfriston
Brighton & Hove Folk Festival
The Folklore Society, Performance in Legend & Tradition
Towner Gallery with the David Nash Exhibition
Tribal Earth, Laughton
Traditional Sussex Christmas with The Copper Family & Shirley Collins
Association of Sussex Folk
Sussex Day, Michelham Priory
Crumbles Murders at The Priory
Soul Bay Press x Chalk Horse Music, Towner Art Gallery
Lymington Folk Club
'Sunday Service' The Lighthouse Music & Arts, Deal
Alfriston Clergy House
Rectory Fields, Church Lane, Jevington
Coastal Connections, Coast, Beach Parade, Worthing
Upstart Crow Festival
Opening night of Uckfield Folk Club
The Crown Folk Club
Midsummer Festival, Hastings