Taking place in candle-lit 12th Century Halifax Minster. First come/best view/pew. Some standing towards the rear. Real ale bar in the church.
www.doghouseuk.com - not for profiit music promoters since 2005.
The Grayston Unity - bar and smallest music venue in the UK.
Some info about Jim Ghedi:
Praise for 'A Hymn For Ancient Land':
★★★★☆MOJO - "Melodically sublime... although Ghedi's music is infused with tradition,
it's very much experiencing the present"
★★★★☆ The Independent - "a raga-like texture of tingling drones and jaunty picking that
recalls both John Fahey and the Penguin Cafe"
★★★★☆ The Financial Times "This is landscape music, a close relative of landscape
★★★★☆ Uncut - "There's respect here, but no folkloric nostalgia...a delightful hybrid
★★★★☆ Q - "a brilliant finger-picker and songwriter...shining a welcome light into an
Folk Radio UK - "a small masterpiece"
The Line Of Best Fit - 8/10 "A Hymn for Ancient Land really only sounds like itself."