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White Hart Sounds

White Hart Sounds brings you live music on the last Sunday evening of the month. Mostly folk, but not exclusively. Mostly local musicians.


October 27th: *.00 pm.

The Mooonbeams: Songs from the Yorkshire Dales


This group from Long Preston features JOn avison on vocals, and Jen Haines on viola, with Mark Fletcher, Sam Lawrence and our own Ben Avison. Check out their website

September was amazing bluegrass with Blue Jay



Roger Jackson, songwriter and founder member of The Woodberrys, who leads choirs and harmony workshops when not out singing bluegrass, withWendy Bartlett’ whose South Carolina heritage shines through with beautiful harmony vocals and well-crafted guitar accompaniment, they sing songs from American folk tradition with wit and fun.


oming Soon - Dates for your Diary

27 October

Ben Avison and The Moonbeams – Songs from the Yorkshire Dales

24 November


26 January

Tatiana Soloviova & John Bennett



Examples of past acts:

On May 26th, we had 

Jon Fletcher


Jon Fletcher is a musician, songwriter and producer based in Oxford, England. A superb acoustic guitarist, he also plays mandolin, bouzouki, banjo, bass, harmonica and piano, and combines influences from traditional music of Britain and beyond with blues, jazz and a pop sensibility.

See  for a sample.



March 31st we had (coming again soon)

Henderson- Hooper,  also known as Word and Note

​Judith Henderson and Nick Hooper have been playing together as a fiddle and guitar duo since 2001, performing their own compositions, tunes by other contemporary folk musicians and traditional tunes from Europe and beyond. 


Chris Leslie of Fairport Convention wrote of their 2018 album ''|Pete's Trees" .... A fabulous album. 

September 30th 2018 we had 

Xogara  with Mano Panforreteiro on whistles, gaita and percussion, Jo Hamilton, flute and soprano sax, John Ruddock, guitar, bouzouki and bass and Siriol Davies,, vocals. 

Xogara are 'everything you might expect of an Anglo-Cymraeg-Galego four-piece' , playing with both verve and subtlety, and arrangements of both contemporary and traditional music.  


Owl light Trio were brilliant  on Sunday 29th July, 2018

Owl Light Trio are an instrumental group based in Oxfordshire . For more information visit their website at


The trio draw on traditional British and European sources, as well as performing their own compositions. They say ‘We take good tunes to pieces and put them back together again.’ Often revealing in the process ‘hidden passageways, trapdoors,  overgrown gardens and forgotten attics’ which they then explore 


Meve Baynton - singer/guitarist - supported 


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