Tales from the 1960s: Joe Boyd, John Wood, and listening to Sgt. Pepper in a cloakroom with Sandy Denny

Andrew Curry writes: One of the features of the Magpie Arc indoor folk festival festival in both of its incarnations has been an extended interview by Matthew Bannister of Folk on Foot with luminaries of folk music. Last year it... Read more →


Cover Story (74): What You Do With What You’ve Got

Si Kahn’s song What You Do With What You’ve Got is on it’s way to becoming a folk standard. The performers who have covered it include Roy Bailey, Dick Gaughan, The Magpie Arc, Eddi Reader, Siobhan Miller, and several others. But which is the best? Read on. Read more →


It’s not Celtic Connections, but it’s the next best thing

The BBC’s long-running show Music Planet managed to create a flavour of Celtic Connections live in its Glasgow studios, with an eclectic selection of performers from Scotland, Canada, Brittany and Scandinavia. Read more →


Les Cousins: the story of a historic folk dive packed into three CDs

Join the Salut! Live Facebook group. Visit this link now Colin Randall writes: We’ve had a fair bit of nostalgia here about the Soho folk haunt Les Cousins so I posted my own thoughts at my new Substack pages, which... Read more →