Peter Bellamy

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Peter Bellamy was one of the English folk revival’s greatest voices. He became well known as a member of the powerful acappella group, The Young Tradition, in the 1960s. After their break-up, he focused on a solo career establishing himself as one of the most forthright and impressive of younger singers of English folk song.

Peter Bellamy – The Fox Jumps Over The Parson’s Gate


Peter Bellamy (1944 - 1991) was one of the most distinctive voices of the British folk revival, a singer who made the traditional songs and ballads of England vital, exciting and entertaining. As a member of the powerful acapella group the Young [...]

Peter Bellamy – The Fox Jumps Over The Parson’s Gate2021-02-10T14:50:29+00:00

Peter Bellamy – Both Side Then


Peter Bellamy's passions - from the great English traditional singers to the prisoners of Parchman Farm, the mountain music of the Appalachians, the Rolling Stones and especially the poems of Rudyard Kipling, were too wide-ranging to be tied to any one sort [...]

Peter Bellamy – Both Side Then2019-11-05T14:09:27+00:00
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