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Tuesday - Verity Sharp

In anticipation of Radio 3's Folk Connections weekend, Nancy Kerr (BBC Folk Singer of the Year 2015) and her duo partner James Fagan join Verity Sharp live in the studio to share the music that's inspired them over their twenty-year career to date.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Nancy Kerr and the Sweet Visitor Band

    Priest’s Garden

    • Sweet Visitor.
    • LiDi.
    • 6.
  • Vieux Farka Touré

    Touré de NIafunké

    Performer: Vieux Farka Touré. Performer: Toumani Diabaté.
    • Vieux Farka Touré.
    • Harmonia Mundi / World Village.
    • 6.
  • Margaret Walters and John Warner

    Pale Horse (Nancy Kerr's Pick)

    • Who Was Here.
    • www.margaretwalters.com.
  • Martin Carthy

    Bedmaking (James Fagan's Pick)

    • Crown of Horn.
    • Topic Records.
    • 1.
  • Eliza Carthy Nancy Kerr

    Alistair’s

    Performer: Nancy Kerr. Performer: Eliza Carthy.
    • Eliza Carthy & Nancy Kerr.
    • Mrs Casey.
    • 3.
  • Abida Parveen

    Tere Ishq Nachaya (Nancy Kerr's Pick)

    • Songs of the Mystics.
    • Navras.
    • 5.
  • Ross Ainslie and Jarlath Henderson

    Smeceno (James Fagan's Pick)

    • Airfix.
    • Great White Records.
  • Nancy Kerr & James Fagan

    Tiller Song

    • Between the Dark and Light.
    • Fellside Recordings.
    • 3.
  • Tiddas

    Anthem (Nancy Kerr's Pick)

    • Tiddas.
    • Id.
    • 9.
  • Leon Rosselson

    Across The Hills

    • Common Treasury.
  • Hans Otte

    Part 1 (The Book of Sounds)

    Performer: Ralph van Raat.
    • Hans Otte, The Book of Sounds.
    • Naxos.
    • 1.
  • Nancy Kerr

    Gingerbread

    Performer: Nancy Kerr and the Sweet Visitor Band.
    • It Was Red.
    • Little Dish Records.
    • 2.
  • Kate Fagan

    Highway of Rainbows (Nancy Kerr's Pick)

    • Diamond Wheel.
    • Kate Fagan.
    • 1.

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