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Fairport and FolkCast create Cropredy Festival podcast
The founding fathers of British folk-rock, Fairport Convention, have teamed up with the UK's top independent folk music podcast, FolkCast, to produce a special online event for this year's Fairport's Cropredy Festival.
A series of audio podcasts - sponsored by Wadworth brewery - will look at the annual festival's four-decade history through the eyes of the members of Fairport Convention, as well as previewing this summer's event with profiles of each of the bands and artists set to appear, including Seasick Steve, UB40 and The Coral.
Then, during the festival itself, there will be a daily podcast featuring interviews and items recorded “live” on the festival field.
Gareth Williams, Cropredy's Festival Director, said: "
It'll be like having our own radio station, broadcasting all round the world, and it'll be a must-listen for all Fairport and Cropredy fans
The podcasts - titled Fairport's Cropredy FolkCast sponsored by Wadworth - will be released weekly from June 13th, with daily shows during the festival, and will be available for free download from www.folkcast.co.uk via www.fairportconvention.com and through Apple iTunes.Read more at www.prfire.co.uk
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