Ellie Gowers on The Folk Show on BBC Radio 2

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Ellie Gowers on The Folk Show on BBC Radio 2

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It's always a big moment when the national media pick up on the talent we already know has been manifesting itself in Warwickshire, so how wonderful it is that Ellie Gowers has achieved a live session on national radio with Mark Radcliffe (one of the most knowledgeable & respected figures in the music media) on his BBC Radio 2 Folk Show, during which she chatted with him & played tracks from her current album 'Dwelling by the Weir' ("Ribbon Weaver" & "Woman of the Waterways") and debuted her stirring upcoming single "The Stars Are Ours" (look out for our review of that: it's out next month)

You can hear it all via this link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m001pg3x

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