Noel Cowleyis an Essex based singer/songwriter who recently released his second E.P. "Home Is Everywhere".
“Home Is Everywhere” is inspired by the people closest to Noel. It delves into childhood memories of growing up in Derry, Dublin and London and focuses on his relationships with loved ones past and present. The songs reflect on what it is to feel at home no matter where you might be. They suggest a fascination with his family's Irish, English and Scottish backgrounds and are a celebration of these widespread roots.
Noel will be performing a solo acoustic set of his own songs and...
Will also be performing the very first ever hearing of an original song by Epping Folk Club Founder... Trevor Krueger
Now that HAS to be worth coming for!
Special Guest Supporting OKA VANGA...
Angela Meyer & William Cox are an award winning folk and roots husband and wife duo, who move effortlessly from playing their own songs to well-known folk and roots songs. Exquisite instrumentals are combined with songs to make their music set both varied and interesting, with contributions from Will on both ukulele and Mandolin. A recent collaboration has also seen the addition of Oliver Copeland on Double Bass, which has brought a whole new dimension to their music and live set. Currently studying music at Guildhall in London, fans of both Folk and Roots music are sure to find something they will enjoy in their music!
Hailing from London, Will sites a chance encounter with John Renbourn as the catalyst for him to take his guitar playing more seriously when he was a teenager. A multi-instrumentalist, Will is also an established music teacher in Hertfordshire.
Originally from South Africa, Angie first picked up the guitar at the age of 6. She immersed herself in an eclectic world of music, studying classical guitar greats alongside song writing masters, World music alongside Film music, before finally re-locating to the UK in 1999.
She and Will formed Oka Vanga in 2008, naming their duo after a unique river delta in Africa recognised for it’s natural beauty. Working initially within a range of styles, Angie and Will made their debut with ‘Pilgrim’ in 2014, an instrumental album awarded FATEA’S Instrumental Album of the Year. ‘Tales of Eyam,’ a Folk E.P, followed in 2015 to critical acclaim and their new album 'Dance of the Copper Trail' is due out in Spring 2017.