Nancy Kerr & James Fagan + Nidd

Thursday 1 January 1970, 1.00am

The Half Moon, London

Nancy Kerr and James Fagan are one of the best-known and most experienced folk duos on the British circuit today. Outstanding musicianship, a lifelong grounding in traditional singing and instrumental playing, acclaimed original compositions but most noticeably a visceral chemistry between these two make Kerr and Fagan a perennial favourite at festivals, venues and clubs across the country.

They met in December 1995, and formed the duo and life partnership that has become the backbone of their professional career in music ever since. They won the inaugural Horizon Award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2000, and were also the first ever recipients of the “Best Duo” Award, which they won in 2003, and again in 2011. They are one of only two acts ever to receive this honour twice (along with Spiers and Boden).

Supported by Nidd

Nidd is the gathering of 3 innovative musicians from the North of England, whose influences range from from folk to jazz and funk.The trio play tunes and songs, mainly from the British Isles; traditional music with 21st century energy.

Tickets £17 + £1.70 booking fee