Roving Crows are 4 piece Folk Fusion band based in Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, England. Since forming in 2009 they have released two full-length albums and received a number of awards. of. Singer-Songwriter Paul O'Neill and fiddle player Caitlin Barrett first performed as a duo in 2007, under the name Elysian. In 2009 they decided to expand the line up and change the name to The Roving Crows (the word 'The' was later dropped from the name).
Dear Roving Crows – Where have you been all my life? OK, I see you only formed in 2009. Of course I realize that the fiddle isn’t everyone’s thing either. And some folks adore Dixieland Jazz. The point I’m making is that by starting the album with two strong Dixieland numbers, it sets up expectations on both sides of the aisle. As a an-type, failing to listen to the entire album would have been my loss. For those that really prefer Dixieland, stopping the music when heavy-duty Dixieland ends would be a shame, too, for other reasons. To me, when you toned down the Dixieland influences on subsequent tracks, your music really blossomed.
Come and see us live! Enjoy life, enjoy the show, love the crows! ww. ovingcrows. Roving Crows - Riverside. After a great show last year in Cromer, we were delighted to be asked to be involved with the launch of the 'Kinder Shores' CD and contributed our song 'Refugee' to the album. Money raised from the CD and the concert will go to the Rees Foundation and the guys behind this would like to provide a service to young adults, particularly young parents who have themselves been in care.
Crows is the seventh studio album by singer/songwriter Allison Moorer. It is her first for new label Rykodisc and sees her reunited with producer . Field for the first time since 2004's The Duel. Moorer wrote 12 of the 13 songs on the album while she was between labels and expecting her first child
The Roving Crows have, instead, opted to christen their first outing 'Bacchanalia', derived, as any student of the Classics knows, from the name of Roman god Bacchus, deity of wine, festivities and generally having a good time. And so this particular murder of crows have précised something of both their style and substance in a single word. On this record, The Roving Crows will focus their efforts on having a good time (and making sure we, the listeners, have a good time too). And they will do this while looking beyond their default setting of Irish folk music. The Irish Music Association got it just right. The Roving Crows are the 'Top Celtic Rock Band'.
Award winning original Celtic Folk/Rock/Fusion band. Roving Crows weave enchanting melodies over a backdrop of intense dance grooves.