CCJam 62 – The Hedgerow Folk

In episode 62 of CCJam, Dave features the music of Alabama-based Christian folk-rock indie-worship band The Hedgerow Folk.

In episode 62 of CCJam, Dave features the music of Alabama-based Christian folk-rock indie-worship band The Hedgerow Folk.

They were formed when Jon Myles and Amanda Hammett began leading worship together in their local church. Joined by Bryant Hains, the three began working and writing together, eventually solidifying their group under the name The Hedgerow Folk (taken from a line of a C.S. Lewis poem).

You can download The Hedgerow Folks’s music from Spotify, Google Play, iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon, Jamendo, and pretty much anywhere else you can buy and download music.

And of course you can find them over on their official site, at hedgerowfolk.com.

The tracks included on this episode are:

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Author: Dave Lee

Dave has been in the audio industry in many forms for many years having been involved in the production of shows for hospital radio. His father also ran a famous audio/visual studio in Woking, Surrey for a number of years, so the industry is very much in Dave’s veins. He started The Bugcast, initially on his own, in March 2008 to prove that he could do it after being inspired by a couple of friends who were also podcasting at the time. He is now involved with a number of other podcasts in the music and technical arenas, and is also testing the waters as a voice artist. When Dave isn’t podcasting, he’s a musician and web developer as well as being employed full-time as a database administrator and developer.

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