Headliner SETH LAKEMAN’s album “Hearts and Minds” was reviewed by the BBC:

“Ever since his Mercury Prize nomination for Kitty Jay in 2005, Seth Lakeman has cut a striking figure in conventional folk circles. Loved by traditionalists for his characterful voice and mastery of the fiddle, banjo and viola, his ear for pop melodies – and his good looks – have also won him a faithful wider audience. Five albums into his career, Hearts and Minds follows the lead of 2008’s Poor Man’s Heaven, which introduced rockier rhythms and pace to his music”. (Jude Rogers, BBC)