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Blowzabella

Blowzabella

Blowzabella


Blowzabella produce an inimitable, driving drone-based sound played with a fabulous sense of melody, rhythmic expertise and sheer feeling. Originally formed in 1978 they have played everywhere from the main stage at Glastonbury Festival to the outer reaches of Brazil and West Africa and innumerable places in between. They compose their own music which is influenced by British and European traditional dance music. Many bands across Europe who experiment with the boundaries of folk music cite Blowzabella as a major influence. Read more on Last.fm
Blowzabella produce an inimitable, driving drone-based sound played with a fabulous sense of melody, rhythmic expertise and sheer feeling. Originally formed in 1978 they have played everywhere from the main stage at Glastonbury Festival to the outer reaches of Brazil and West Africa and innumerable places in between. They compose their own music which is influenced by British and European traditional dance music. Many bands across Europe who experiment with the boundaries of folk music cite Blowzabella as a major influence.

Andy Cutting - diatonic button accordion. Jo Freya - clarinet, saxophones. Paul James - bagpipes, saxophones. Gregory Jolivet - hurdy-gurdy. Dave Shepherd - violin. Barn Stradling - bass guitar. Jon Swayne - bagpipes, saxophones. www.blowzabella.com Past members Dave Armitage - (melodeon) Nigel Eaton - (hurdy gurdy) Chris Gunstone - (bouzouki, tapan) Ian Luff - (cittern, bass guitar) Bill O'Toole - (bagpipes, flutes) Sam Palmer - (hurdy gurdy) Dave Roberts - (melodeon) Cliff Stapleton - (hurdy gurdy) Juan Wijngaard - (hurdy gurdy) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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