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After two hugely acclaimed albums with brother Olly Knight, Marry Waterson has teamed up with well-respected singer-songwriter and guitarist David A. Jaycock and released critically acclaimed Two Wolves on the One Little Indian label last year.
Daughter of Lal Waterson (from legendary English Folk group The Watersons) Marry’s music is steeped in the English tradition, but it is all original and has attracted incredible acclaim.
Two Wolves is more than two fine English folk dynasties meeting. This is proper song brainfood.’ ★★★★★ fROOTS
‘Perfectly balances traditional and contemporary [folk]…echoes of Nick Drake, Vashti Bunyan and Sandy Denny while Woolgathering Girl is more reminiscent of latter-day Kate Bush.’ ★★★★ METRO
‘A quiet treat for folk fans.’ The Arts Desk
‘A gorgeously simple and direct record… holds up a light to the blackest of winter nights.’ ★★★★ Q Magazine
‘Her finest album to date.’ ★★★★ Guardian
About Equator Festival
Equator Festival launched the Women of the World concert series in 2007, with the simple aim of promoting female performers from all music genres, from all over the world. Each year Equator showcases the best in female performers, musicians and songwriters. Over the last nine years the WOW series has presented music from Africa, Eastern-Europe, Middle East, India, Australia and the UK. The performances have included everything from choirs to solo performers, works you have heard before and new commissions. Previous performers include: Beyounes Quarter, Commander-in-Chief, Hannah Marcinowicz, Ignite Ensemble, London Bulgarian Choir, London Klezmer Quartet, London Tango Trio, Monica Vasconcelos, Oclay Bayir, Shallu Jindal and Shiva Nova