Date: Friday 12th October 2018
You Are Wolf
You Are Wolf (vocalist/composer Kerry Andrew) presents folk songs and lore with unusual, electronica-tinged arrangements.
Her new project, KELD, explores the theme of freshwater, with traditional and original songs about banshees and water sprites, vengeful rivers and wild swimming.
Kerry’s debut novel, Swansong, based on a folk ballad, is published by Jonathan Cape.
As a soloist, Kerry’s debut album, Hawk to the Hunting Gone (released May 2014) explored British birds and folklore.
Her first EP, Hunting Little Songs, was released in 2011.
You Are Wolf is a regular on Radio 3’s The Verb and performed her debut short story with music on BBC Radio 4’s Stories From Songwriters series.
She has played at The Great Escape, Leigh Folk Festival, Union Chapel, Cambridge Folk Festival and the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Kerry visited China for five weeks in 2016 as a British Council Musician in Residence, touring as You Are Wolf and creating new rock/traditional songs based on foxes in folklore.
Elsewhere, as Kerry Andrew, she is a composer of experimental vocal music and choral music and the winner of four British Composer Awards.
She has written for The Guardian and is an occasional presenter on BBC Radio 3.
She is a performer with adventurous a cappella trio, juice and punky jazz crew DOLLYman.
You Are Wolf website
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Bodmin Folk Club
Bodmin Folk Club
In 1967, a small group of enthusiasts who met weekly to sing in the Masons Arms decided to start a club to attract traditional performers to Cornwall. The first recorded club night of the Bodmin Traditional Folk Club was on 31st May 1968 in an upper room at The Barley Sheaf.
Since then, the club has met almost every single Friday night, welcoming a range of singers, musicians and occasional dancers from Britain and beyond at both guest nights and open houses.
Our new home is at St Petroc's Centre, opposite St Petroc's church. The Centre is not Licensed buy you're welcome to Bring Your Own ( Alcohol & Glasses! ). We've got Tea & Coffee, Soft drinks.
Find us there every Friday except Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and the August Bank Holiday weekend, when we’re at Cornwall Folk Festival.
Bodmin Folk Club website