Tim van Eyken has been described as “one of Britain’s great young hopes” by the Times, and “someone to watch for” by Eliza Carthy. He was a founder member of Dr Faustus, a member of Waterson:Carthy for six years. His debut solo album Stiffs, Lovers, Holymen, Thieves received widespread acclaim and won the BBC Radio 2 Folk Award for best Traditional Track for his take on John Barleycorn. He is currently appearing as 'the Songman' in the National Theatre’s acclaimed production 'Warhorse'.
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