Greenman Rising is a folk band based in the English Midlands. ...
"What I especially like about this CD - and Greenman Rising - is the unpretentiousness of the music-making, a feeling of unashamed good-time that still doesn't get in the way of having something to say." Full review by David Kidman on FATEA magazine website
Rock and Reel Magazine (print only) -"They pick up from the electric folk sound of Liege and Lief-era Fairport Convention or Pentagle ... I'm pretty sure that their insistent bodhran and folk-rock sound would draw anyone out onto the dance floor"
"The breadth of instrumental scope and the mix of lead voices gives their sound significant depth and interest - enough tradition to anchor and enough difference to innovate." - Full review Charlie Elland on Folkwords website
Genevieve Tudor's Sunday Folk - Ratcliffe Highway
Ratcliffe Highway played on James Fagan & Sam Hindley's "Thank Goodness its Folk" radio show - "reminds me of kind a bit of a folky Joe Cocker, and I think you'll know what I mean" (download no longer on website).
Episode 18 of Folk Findings, presented by Ange Hardy and Rob Swan - Three round Three, closing the show.
The Folk Show on Bishop FM - various tracks from Devils and Doxies.