Steve Folk

Steve Folk (ex Blabbermouth) was raised in a small town called Littlehampton on the South Coast of England, at 18 years old he ventured into London to study for a degree in Fine Arts, once college life had finished, he embarked on a career in Painting, Sculpture and Performance Art. He was inspired by an Artist friend to take to music, specifically the art of songwriting.

Steve invested time and money into recording two tracks with producer Ian Shaw at Warmfuzz studios, he sent the demo to a few appropriate labels and Hobgoblin Records expressed interest in signing him for an album deal, shortly after a deal was struck and his debut album “My Dancing Heart” was released in 2009; it received great reviews in many folk publications and he secured a number of festival dates including support for Seth Lakeman, Show of Hands and The Demon Barber Roadshow at Crawley Folk Festival, Wadebridge Festival and Sidmouth Folk Festival respectively, he became a regular guest on a number of regional BBC Radio shows including with Janice Long, Sue Marchant and Sam Walker. Songs from the album were played on BBC6, BBC Wales and many BBC regional shows as well as many community radio stations.

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