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The Drystones

The Drystones are a young (just 21) lively folk duo from Priddy in Somerset playing violin, guitar and whistle, who have made a big splash since they formed in July 11. They have played festivals all over the West Country (including Larmer Tree, Sidmouth, Broadstairs, Purbeck and Folk East), and at their 2013 Glastonbury Festival performance they were highlighted by Steve Lamacq on Radio 2 as his "recommendation of the day". According to Living Tradition “to describe their instrumental style as spirited and animated would be akin to asserting that Bellowhead can be quite an energetic band”!

 "To describe their instrumental style as spirited and animated would be akin to asserting that Bellowhead can be quite an energetic band"Clive Pownceby, Living Tradition

 "Absolutely blown away by their energy"- Will Lang - Halsway Manor Centre for Folk Arts

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