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Toni Bunnell

"British folk artist Toni Bunnell accompanies her terrific voice on guitar, bouzouki, bodhran, Appalachian dulcimer, and fiddle on her CD Nothing More to be Said. Her gentle voice is a textbook example of how the beauty of British folk can be expressed, and her multi-instrumental accompaniment accents the songs strongly. Her quiet assuredness fills the rooms in which she was recorded on songs like "Road to Aberdeen" and "Leaving St. Kilda." The instrumental fiddle tunes "Ashokan Farewell" and "Swedish Mazurka/Drukken Karl Ecken" show Bunnell's wide range of musicianship ……..fans of well-crafted traditional folk will want to snatch this up." ~ Zac Johnson, All Music Guide

Listen to Toni's album Nothing More To Be Said here.

Bedworth folk festival 2002

Toni Bunnell
This is Toni's first guest appearance for some years at Bedworth. She is a York-based singer who performs mostly her own material - finely melodic songs which show compassion and concern for her fellow human beings and embrace a positive philosophy. Her vocal style is attractive and appealing, and she accompanies herself on guitar and bouzouki and occasionally Appalachian dulcimer. She is also a noted exponent of the hurdy-gurdy, with a wide repertoire of tunes of varying origin (she has another string to her bow - plays the fiddle too!). Her latest CD, Nothing More To Be Said, was released two years ago to uniformly favourable reviews, but she sparkles even more live!

Forthcoming concert:

York Residents’ Festival SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOLK

Sunday 31st January 2010, 2pm – 6pm. Black Swan Inn, Peasholme Green, York

2.10 * MC: Chris Euesden Toni Bunnell
2.30 Chris Euesden
2.50 Paula Ryan
3.10 Two Black Sheep & A Stallion
3.30: John Watterson
3.50 Short Interval / Foresters set-up
4.00 MC: Susie Fox The Foresters
4.30 Tim Pheby
4.50 Sarah Dean
5.10 Susie Fox & Jack Firminger
5.30 Eddie Affleck

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