Folk and Tumble interviews pose the questions you've always wanted to ask to some of the biggest stars in music as they talk touring, writing, and more.

Interview with Richard Thompson


10th August 2018

14th September 2018 sees the release of Richard Thompson's latest record '13 Rivers'. Before that, he's performing some preview shows across Ireland.

Interview with David Corley


3rd August 2018

David Corley hit the music scene later in life but his latest record 'Available Light' is one in which it's clear, he's been studying the writers' craft.

Interview with Lera Lynn


10th July 2018

We caught up with American singer-songwriter Lera Lynn to talk about tours, True Detective and her brand new record 'Plays Well With Others'.

Interview With Moya Brennan


4th June 2018

Gerry McNally catches up with the First Lady of Celtic Music, Moya Brennan to chat about the upcoming 50's anniversary festival at Leo's Donegal, Clannad and a young Daniel O'Donnell.

Interview with Kimmie Rhodes


19th April 2018

Kimmie Rhodes will appear at Belfast's Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival next month. We caught up with the songwriter and author to chat about her new book 'Radio Dreams'.

Interview with Steven Wilson


26th February 2018

Folk and Tumble caught up with composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Steven Wilson to talk songs, 70s prog, and skincare ahead of his upcoming Irish shows.

Interview with Beth Nielsen Chapman


21st February 2018

Folk and Tumble catch up with recent inductee to the Songwriters' Hall of Fame, Beth Neilsen Chapman to find out about her latest record 'Hearts of Glass'.

Interview with Steph Cameron


31st January 2018

We caught up with Canadian singer-songwriter Steph Cameron on her first tour outside of her native land. She was in Belfast supporting Irish alt-folk act Malojian.

Interview with The Orphan Brigade


15th December 2017

With two albums under their belt, recorded in unique locations, it's time for The Orphan Brigade to take to the road with a European tour starting in Italy.