What People Say

The Critics

Featuring some glorious harmonies and finely crafted arrangements, the CD is an impressive calling card to bolster and expand their already flourishing live reputation.


They're great , they're a good team with harmonies that work very well and they're really enjoying themselves. Original Broomdashers were a bit dodgy - but not this lot! Go and see them.

Big Ear Radio On Line Folk Show

Six voices with lovely harmonies on their debut album - and they're touring all over the place.

Mike Norris EFDSS Online Folk Classics Show


Outstanding harmonies – and they’re edgy too!

Lester Simpson

A great balance of voices

Barry Coope

Brilliantly evocative and impressive voices

John Tams

Passionate, powerful singing that will make you tingle

Andy Seward

Folk Festivals and Clubs

Wonderful sound for a Festival Sunday

Moseley Folk Festival

You were simply superb. Come back next year

South Downs Folk Festival

A joyous and full blooded sound, with bewildering harmonies and vocal layers - they should be on every folk club's programme

Loughton Folk Club

Truly Brilliant - an inspirational and joyful performance!

Folk at The Y, Central London

As a season opener, that went VERY well!

The Ram Folk Club

The Public

My only disappointment is that you couldn't sing for longer! It’s so brilliant we didn’t want it to end

Dave, Nottingham

Lovely, a joy to listen to, you really made my day

Janine, Dulwich

That was Amazing!

Andy, New Cross

Real Folk Music, Beautiful

Anne, Islington

The Country Diary in Song:

Inspired Performances.


Brilliantly Evocative.

Brum Radio

Traditional Folk meets Edwardian Eco-Warrior”

The Mail

Country Diary CD

Spirited and animated renditions as you’d expect from accomplished singers of this calibre.Lively and involving arrangements , never straight-laced, and with no sense of over-egging or self-conscious theatricality on a likeable and attractively presented CD which is sure to delight, with much to enjoy..


It’s a nice concept altogether, the atmosphere is effectively evoked and some of the arrangements are very neatly done. Very enjoyable.

The Living Tradition

A really creative approach – evocative, uplifting and well worth a listen.

Mike Norris: EFDSS Radio

“An inspired evocation of a bygone rural England – and trad without any fustiness”.

Mike Davies, Alternative Folk and Roots

A piece of great folk art, wonderfully performed.

Stuart Green, Soham Radio

“This is fantastic, what a great project."

Trevor Krueger Big Ear Radio

“We’ll be hearing a lot more about Broomdasher in the future”

Around Kent Magazine
Nothing To Do With Me:

A piece of great folk art, wonderfully performed.

Mike Norris

Real togetherness, enjoyable performances

The Living Tradition

What a night!

Islington Folk Club


Loughton Folk Club

Wonderful sound

Moseley Folk Festival

Plenty of joining in. Cracking night

Bracknell Folk Club