Under One Sky is an hour-long vocal and instrumental suite by the Scottish multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer John McCusker, performed by a dozen of Britain's finest musicians including John Tams.
The Radio 2 Folk Awards are taking place on Monday 4 February 2008.
Probably the oldest independent record label in the world...
Find out more about the Radio Ballads here.
Background information on John.
John's filmography on IMDB.
John Tams Unofficial Site
A website created by Jennifer Thorp. Jennifer has used her considerable talent and countless hours amassing a vast collection of pictures and information on John's career.
A Full Weekend of Exciting Main Concerts, Acoustic Concerts, Ceilidhs, Morris Dancing, Workshops, Folk Theatre, French Dance, Singing and Music.
John Tams uses Crafter Guitars.
Graeme Taylor's webular presence.
The Bees Knees website is a constantly expanding music information archive with exclusive biographies, discographies, tour news and curious ephemera for a wide range of folk and roots artists and record labels.
The northern-based song-writing co-operative, formed by John Tams and Jim Boyes in 1990.
An a Capella trio from northern England, singing their own songs as well as traditional folk and wartime melodies.
The Sharpe Appreciation Society was formed in 1996 amid growing demands from fans wanting more information about the books, TV series, the people involved in making the series, the Napoleonic period, weaponry, in fact anything remotely connected with Sharpe
Mike Harding's personal site.
Folk music from the North West.
Home to the best roots music reviews.
Your best source on the web for reviews of folk, roots & traditional music, plus speculative fiction, folklore, concerts, movies & more.
The 95th Rifles Living History Society, recreating the 95th (Rifle) Regiment of Foot, (as represented by this website) was established in 1975 and has the honour of portraying the 1st Battalion (1/95th) of this world renowned regiment within the Napoleonic Association.
Mr. Kite promotes live music entertainment with all proceeds from these Benefit events going to charity.
Design and photography.
The news, information and sound files site for some of Britain's top folk artists
Genevieve Tudor's Sunday Folk - between 8pm and 10pm every Sunday on BBC Radio Shropshire and Listen Again all through the week.