Bram Taylor: Welcome to the pages for all the essential information on the man and his music, for his fans, and folk club or festival organizers.
"It's very hard to convey the almost universal acceptance of Bram's mastery which pervades the ranks of professional and semi-professional musicians. He has a superb voice, engaging stage presence and a delivery which evades casual description."
Flos Headford 2012
NEW: Bram's Latest Recording, now available.
Fellside Recording Artist Bram Taylor has a wealth of experience
having established a fine reputation both here and abroad,
performing at Folk Festivals, Folk Clubs, Arts Centres and other
concert venues in the UK, USA, Canada and Europe.
engages audiences with his fine rich voice and entertaining sense of
humour, performing an excellent selection of both traditional and
contemporary material. Bram
sings a cappella and also plays guitar and duet concertina.
With a constantly healthy gig sheet, annual tours of the USA
and appearances at the 2007 & 2009 Mariposa Folk Festival in
Canada (alongside Don McLean, Gordon Lightfoot, The Proclaimers and
Buffy - Sainte Marie). Bram
continues to be a constantly reliable and entertaining performer.
is Fellside Records’ longest serving artist with 10 solo albums
and almost an equivalent number of compilation recordings to his
credit. His latest
Fellside release ‘Jokers & Rogues’ was extremely well
received by the British Folk Music Press.
“Taylor’s rich, direct delivery in concert will grab you and not let you go from the first note to the last, in a way that a great many performers can only hope to emulate”
Hardwick, R2 Magazine
“Bram is the complete package - a superb mix of traditional and contemporary folk with outstanding guitar work and of course, his concertina and incredible voice. Coupled with all of this, seeing Bram live for the first time enabled me to witness what a great audience communicator he is, with some very funny between-song chat and a great rapport with the audience.
would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Bram to any folk
club or festival organiser, and I very much hope we shall have
the pleasure of welcoming him back to the Willows."
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