JAMES KEELAGHAN and JEZ LOWE
Two songwriters emerged on to the international acoustic music touring circuit in the late 1990s who, despite their different backgrounds and places of origin, have established a musical relationship that has lasted more than twenty years.
James Keelaghan comes from Alberta, Canada, and has… Continue reading
Jez teams up with Steve Tilston again this coming weekend, for a concert at Broadstairs Festival in Kent on Friday afternoon, and then the duo will be joined by Hugh Bradley on bass and Chris Parkinson on keyboards for a one-off show by “The Sometimes” at Whitby Festival on Sunday… Continue reading
Jez is back with The Bad Pennies this weekend, at The Frazer Theatre in Knaresborough North Yorh Yorkshire, on Friday, as part of the FEVA Festival. It’s only the band’s second gig of this year – all the members have been so busy with their other projects, that a sabbatical… Continue reading
Jez is heading to Warwick Folk Festival this weekend, via a solo show in Bromsgrove tonight, then he’s off to the South West of England for some gigs with Steve Tilston. They’ll end this stint together at Sidmouth Folk Festival on August 4th. At Sidmouth Jez will also be playing… Continue reading
The edition of the BBC Radio 4 series Open Country presented by Jez Lowe was broadcast earlier today, and is now available to listen again on the BBC I-player here – https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b8b7rg – it’s also repeated on BBC Radio 4 next Saturday morning at 6am. Subtitled “Tynemouth Sea and Song”,… Continue reading