I hope you are well.
My new album River of Dreams is now available
“I don’t believe he has ever sounded better, and River of Dreams should be well received by established fans and new listeners alike.” – Folk Radio UK
The songs are almost all originals – many written in lockdown over the past year or so – songs about legends, and about separation, ambition, fears and dreams.
Here’s the link to the River of Dreams page on my website:
CDs are £14 inc P & P (£17 for European mainland / £19 for rest of the world)
The best ways to order:
send an email with your phone number so we can contact you for card details –
or send a cheque payable to “Red Sky Records”, P O Box 27, Stroud, GL6 0YQ
or print and send the order form from website:
Concerts – Now that life is returning to a new normal, I’m really looking forward to the first concerts this year coming up at:
Minchinhampton near Stroud on Friday 11th February (sold out);
at Littleover near Derby on Sat 19th March –
both concerts are with Paul Burgess –
and then solo at Folk on the Moor at Ivybridge on Sun 27th March.
I do hope you can come along – for details see Concert Dates :
Thanks so much for your feedback via email and Facebook
on the new album and Christmas Tour.
MARTIN FRY has a solo photo exhibition ‘ Cotswold and Cornish Cream’ coming up this month at The Garden Gallery, Montpellier Gardens, Cheltenham Wed 9th to Tues 15 Feb 10am – 5pm
It was very sad to hear of the death of folk singer Norma Waterson – sincere condolences to Martin and Eliza Carthy, and all the family.
It was also very sad news to hear of the death of folk singer and dancer Tony Poulter from the Gloucestershire Morris Men, and the band Puzzlejug. Sincere condolences to all Tony’s family and friends.