Mrs Casey Music is an
Arts Consultancy, Promoter & Event Organiser,
Record Label and more. This is just a taster
of our current work.
to Sandy Denny's
Taken from Ruth Notman's highly acclaimed album
Threads, the Richard Thompson classic Farewell Farewell
famously sung by Sandy Denny, has just gone up on Ruth's
myspace. When the album came out
Rock'n'Reel magazine said...
"She gets so close to Sandy Denny's
perfection that it is difficult to discern the
Have a listen to Ruth's version
of Farewell Farewell
her acclaimed first CD for just £8 inc
our small independent record label, which, over the
years, has put out all manner of
albums from Eliza Carthy's first works to the
unique and often career launching Evolving Tradition
compilations. Mrs Casey Records is all about
finding and nurturing new talent and introducing
people to this great music. If you are
have an idea for an album or have something for us to
listen to then get in
50 Years of Dissent. One
night and what a celebration! Sunday 19
October, Sheffield City Hall and with a whole raft of
friends including Tony Benn, John Kirkpatrick, Martin
Simpson, David Ferrard, Chumbawamba and Nancy Kerr
& James Fagan; Roy Bailey celebrated his 50 years in
the music business.
Mrs Casey Music is thrilled and
honoured to have promoted this very special
concert. Thanks to everyone involved and to all
those that came. A night to remember!
The Finalists are announced and
the tickets are free!
October 2008 was the Semi Final Weekend of the BBC Radio
2 Young Folk Award. This was our third year of running
this residential weekend and we all had a great
time. The standard of the Semi Final concert was
unbelievably high and the judges had a harder time than
ever deciding on the 6 finalists...
...but they did and here you can
read all about them
and tickets for the
Final are free! Find out more and book
The Towersey fRoots
November 2008 edition of fROOTS (available at all good
newsagents and a thoroughly
good read!) saw
fit to publish an incredible write up of this year's
Towersey Village Festival. Capturing the very
essence of what makes Towersey so special the aptly
titled article "The Real Village" has been
brilliantly crafted by Sarah Coxson
and as well as being a huge "big up"
for the Festival it is simply a great read that
transports you to a magical place.
Jump onto the Towersey site and have a
Michael Morpurgo - On Angel
A dramatized adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's
lyrical re-telling of the Christmas story through the
eyes of the youngest shepherd, who was left to look
after the sheep when the others went to
Adapted and dramatized by Simon Reade, featuring
Paul Chequer as the Shepherd, with Michael Morpurgo as
The Storyteller, and illustrated with historical carols
from Coope Boyes & Simpson, Fi Fraser, Jo
Freya and Georgina Boyes.
Release Date 24 November 2008 -
pre-order your copy