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The Danish pagan band, Asynje, is returning to Castlefest to present their brand new album in the late summer of 2014. Castlefest is a medieval/fantasy festival in the Netherlands, held on the first weekend of August...

The Danish fiddle-piano duo “Rannok” will do their third tour in Scotland, this time in Aberdeenshire with the great Scottish fiddler Paul Anderson and singer Shona Donaldson. Rannok are Danish fiddler Michael Graubæk and pianist...

“We haven’t got time to wait for Danmarks Radio (the National Danish Broadcasting Association) or any other station to take the Danish roots and folk music seriously, we simply start our own station, and start...

Now it’s time to book for the summer, and the gigs are ticking in to Danish mail boxes every day.  A large number of international venues, concert series and festivals are having Danish music in...

On the Danish band Asynje, on finding inspiration in dusty old manuscripts, and on modern Viking romanticism. It is night. In Denmark’s National Museum, in the middle of old Copenhagen, the over two hundred year-old...

Himmerland is playing new music across styles, cultures and frontiers. On a mild autumn evening in March at one of Australia’s major folk festivals, the huge crowd in the big marquee clap and shout their admiration...

Again this year Showcase Scotland turned out to be a great event with a lot of wonderful music and an absolutely enthusiastic audience – not to mention all the many people from the international roots...

The Danish folk big band, Habadekuk plays traditional Danish music arranged for fiddle, accordion, rhythm section and brass, and they just played a great concert for 2000 guests at the Old Fruitmarket at Celtic Connection...

The Danish/French-Canadian duo, Maja & David is on tour presenting their debut album, and spreading the good news about a very new blend of traditional Danih and French-Canadian music, mixed with new compositions by the...

“You guys were amazing at the Cynet Folk Festival!! Just brilliant. Thanks for the dance” – Alexander Russell “Just came home from enjoying your concert at the Caravan Music Club and enjoyed your music very...