Performing with Kirsty on this occasion will be the delightful and immensely talented Liz Frencham.
Liz is a stunning performer in her own right. A luminous presence, armed with a double-bass and a smile, oozing cheeky Rickie Lee spontaneity and Joni-style honesty, wrapped in gentle Norah Jones soul.
Liz has become a hugely popular 'favourite' at Humph Hall performing here with the likes of Fred Smith, Gregory Page & Martin Pearson as well as in her own right.
"Kirsty Bromley is a singer, dancer, teacher and writer of folk music within the English Tradition"
“Kirsty Bromley is a singer of songs of social justice, traditional songs and songs from the heart. Her voice is effortless yet stirring, at times ethereal but always earthy and with strong roots. Musical and beguiling.” - Nancy Kerr – BBC2 Folk Singer of the Year 2015
“Fine young voice, poised but unaffected, a confident, heartening debut” - The Observer - The Guardian ***
“Beautiful Album, Effortless and mesmerising voice!" - Maverick ****
“Well travelled young Folkie, Pure and Resonant Voice – She blows a mean trumpet” - Songlines ***
"Kirsty is a promising young artist, with a clear passion for traditional folk song. Her debut album is a testament to this, and her vocals bright and engaging." - Julie Fowlis
“Kirsty Bromley’s EP ‘Sweet Nightingale’ I think is superb, she’s got a crystal clear and very, very beautiful voice with a very beautiful rendition of ‘Crow on the Cradle'” - Mike Harding (Radio 2)
“A really fine resonant voice – rich interesting and expressive – excellent tone” - Chris Coe
“The future is bright for Kirsty Bromley, a traditional singer of great integrity with a voice beyond her years.” - James Fagan
“Her singing is full of joy and passion and is a delight to hear. She really means it!” - Bright Phoebus
“A proper folk-singer of the highest calibre, totally unpretentious, completely in love with what she’s doing and she totally ‘gets it!’ – bloody brilliant and great to have it back!” - Keith Kendrick “Vocal brilliance in its purest form” - Sally White