Martin Carthy

By Nick Castro

 

Martin Carthy is one of England’s most accomplished, recognized and influential traditional folk figures. Born on May 21, 1941, Carthy began his career working as a stage manager in theatre, and in the late ’50s and early ’60s worked in the Theatre in the Round in Scarborough. Always an admirer of folk pioneers such as A.L. Lloyd, Ewan MacColl and Cecil Sharp, he began singing in folk clubs and coffeehouses and was soon a resident artist at the Troubadour Folk Club in Earl’s Court. By 1961 he was garnering attention and playing with the group Redd... Read More

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