By Scott Edgar
20th May 2013
Former X-Factor contestant Lucy Spraggan plays her first full length Belfast show and drops hip hop beats and much needed humour over folky riffs.
17th May 2013
Sons of Caliber front man presents Farmer's Folk, a new night of acoustic tunes from some of Belfast's best singer-songwriters in The Black Box Green Room.
14th May 2013
All over for another year, Folk and Tumble brings you the highlights of the 2013 Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival from The Black Box and beyond.
9th May 2013
Roots and rhythm and blues as Dave Gunning and Ha Ha Tonka win over a Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival crowd in McHugh's Bar, Belfast.
By Owen McNulty
3rd May 2013
John Grant makes his first Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival appearance in Belfast since 2011 and wins the entire city over with a very different performance.
26th April 2013
Belfast's Auntie Annie's Porterhouse shuts it doors with a superb final farewell performance from the entrancing indie-folk songwriter Chelsea Wolfe.
25th April 2013
East Belfast troubadour Duke Special makes a triumphant return to perform a greatest hits set in the vaudeville-esque music hall venue at The Empire.
12th April 2013
Rolling through the city like a freight train, he's a born survivor and a purveyor of some downright dirty blues. Scott H Biram plays Auntie Annie's, Belfast.
7th April 2013
UK based singer songwriter David Ford wows a Belfast audience with well known hits and tracks from his latest album 'Charge' in The Empire Music Hall.