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02/10 - Bridgwater Arts Centre, Somerset…/eve…/urban-folk-quartet/

09/10 - St Andrew's Church, Bedford…/music-at-st-andrews-bedfo…

17/10 - Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford…/the%20urb…/info

22/10 - Foxlowe Arts Centre, Leek

30/10 - Arlington Arts Centre, Newbury

01/11 - Hitchin Folk Club, Hertfordshire

12/11 - Edge Hill Arts Centre, Ormskirk…/…/11/12/the-urban-folk-quartet/

13/11 - Roots Music Club, Doncaster

15/11 - Poppy Folk Club, Nottingham

17/11 - Dartford Folk Club

20/11 - Hagges Musik Pub, Tonder, Denmark

21/11 - Halkaer Kro Kulturhus, Denmark

26/11 - The Barn, Baston nr Peterborough

27/11 - Chebsey Parish Hall, Staffordshire

28/11 - Alstonefield Village Hall, Peak District

29/11 - St Swithun's Institute, Worcester

18/12 - Colston Hall, Bristol (Sheelanagig Christmas Shindig)…/sheelanagigs-christmas-shindig/

Touted as one of the finest banjo players in the UK as well as being a superb singer, songwriter and guitarist, Dan Walsh is described as 'the real deal' (UNCUT). He now has three critically acclaimed solo albums with new album Incidents and Accidents lauded as 'absolutely terrific' by Mark Radcliffe on BBC Radio 2. As well as many tours of the UK, he also has recent successful trips to USA, Canada, Germany, India, Norway and New Zealand to his credit. Having made his name with duo Walsh and Pound and now a member of the award winning Urban Folk Quartet, as well as guest appearances on stage and on record with the Levellers and Seth Lakeman, this unique and eclectic musician has stunned audiences across the world.

Dan Walsh uses Deering banjos, D'addario strings and Freshman guitars

Latest Blog

  • Feature on Deering Banjos website

    Dear all,

    I've been lucky enough to be an official Deering Banjos artist for some time now and on my recent tour of the US, I was invited for an official tour of their factory and to shoot a couple of videos. One is a performance of Whiplash Reel and the other is an interview about my banjo history. Do check out the blog on the Deering website here:

    The videos can be found here:

    Whiplash Reel:

    I hope you enjoy them!

    Best wishes,