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Wildwood Folk Duo


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Wildwood Folk's song list of over one hundred folky, acoustic covers – from Johnny Cash to Jack Johnson – is perfect for background music or relaxed entertainment at parties and weddings.

The duo have a wealth of experience providing high-quality music for private events as well as festivals and other events all over the country, as well as in Ireland and Italy.

They mixed traditional and modern songs into a wonderful performance which was melodic, lively, soulful and overall hugely enjoyable! Andy, Wedding at The Cross Barn in Hampshire

Featuring male and female vocals plus acoustic guitar and concertina, the duo are starting to make a name for themselves in the UK folk scene and were recently endorsed by BBC Introducing!

Punctual, friendly and reliable, the pair are also happy to learn requests and can even provide an additional DJ service.

Performance info

Line-up Female vocals; concertina, male vocals/acoustic guitar
Performance duration 2 x 60 or 3 x 40 minute sets
Interval music Yes (included)

Booking options

Song requests
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The band are happy to learn and perform a request (e.g. first dance), subject to suitability
Add violin
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For an extra special folk sound

Pop & Folk Medley

It Doesn't Matter Anymore

Little Lion Man – Mumford & Sons

Black Horse And The Cherry Tree – KT Tunstall

I'm On Fire – Bruce Springsteen

Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers
All I Want Is You – Juno OST
Amie – Damien Rice
Annie’s Song – John Denver
Astral Weeks – Van Morrison
Better Together – Jack Johnson
Black Horse In A Cherry Tree – KT Tunstall
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Cannonball – Damien Rice
Come Away With Me – Norah Jones
Crazy – Gnarls Barkley
Dancing In The Moonlight – Thin Lizzy
Dancing In The Moonlight – Toploader
Delicate – Damien Rice
Dirty Old Town – The Pogues
Dreams – Corrs
Everything – Michael Buble
Falling Slowly – Once OST
Father And Son – Cat Stevens
Fog On The Tyne – Lindisfarne
Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
Forget You – Cee Lo Green
Galway Girl – Steve Earle
Have A Nice Day – Stereophonics
High And Dry – Radiohead
Ho Hey – The Lumineers
House Full Of Empty Rooms – Kathleen Edwards
I Feel Fine – The Beatles
I Walk The Line – Johnny Cash
I Won’t Let You Go – James Morrison
I’m On Fire – Bruce Springsteen
Iris – Goo Goo Dolls
It Doesn’t Matter Anymore – Buddy Holly
Kiss Me – Sixpence None The Richer
Leaving Of Liverpool – The Dubliners
Lego House – Ed Sheeran
Like A Star – Coleen Bailey Rae
Little Lion Man – Mumford And Sons
Love Fool – The Cardigans
Love You Til’ The End – P.S I Love You OST
Macy Gray – I Try
Mama Told Me Not To Come – Tom Jones
Maybe Tomorrow – Stereophonics
Meet Me On The Corner – Lindisfarne
Moon River
New Shoes – Paolo Nutini
Oh La La – The Faces
Oh Mary Don’t You Weep – Traditional
Old Dan Tucker – Bruce Springsteen
Real Love – Tom Odell
Ring Of Fire – Johnny Cash
Sarah – Thin Lizzy
Save Tonight – Eagle Eye Cherry
Saving The Good Stuff For You – Richard Thompson
She Moves In Her Own Way – Kooks
Small Bump – Ed Sheeran
Smooth – Santana
So Long Marianne – Leonard Cohen
Somewhere Over The Rainbow – Eva Cassidy
South Australia – Traditional
Spanish Ladies – Traditional
Stand By Me – Ben E King
Stars – Simply Red
Sunny Afternoon – The Kinks
Sweet Little Mystery – Wet Wet Wet
The Auld Triangle – The Dubliners
The Bucket – Kings Of Leon
The Moon Song
The Scientist – Coldplay
The Wild Rover – The Dubliners
Two Fingers – Jake Bugg
Underneath The Stars – Kate Rusby
Volcano – Damien Rice
Why Aye Man – Mark Knopfler
Wild Mountain Thyme – Traditional
Wild World – Cat Stevens

Book with confidence! After events, we ask our clients what they thought of our acts. We publish what they say here, so you can read genuine, unbiased feedback before booking.

“Wildwood Folk were absolutely brilliant! They were so friendly and really put us at ease when they arrived. Their rendition of our first dance song was beautiful. Our guests really enjoyed their set list and are still talking about how great they were a month later! We would definitely recommend.”

Eloise & Erlingur, Wedding at Smedmore House in Dorset, October 2019

“We hired Wildwood Folk for our wedding reception as we wanted an acoustic band that would provide an intimate yet engaging performance in the confines of the space we had. They're a stunning duo of classic English folk, mixing traditional and modern songs into a wonderful performance which was melodic, lively, soulful and overall hugely enjoyable. They really capped off our evening, especially with a brilliant rendition of the song we asked them for on our first dance. They are truly devoted to producing beautiful folk songs and I would highly recommend them and urge people to go see them at any opportunity if they are on playing near you.”

Andy, Wedding at The Cross Barn in Hampshire, September 2019

“I booked the Wildwood Folk Duo as a surprise for my wife on our wedding day and they went down a treat! She loved it and so did our guests. Very pleased with how they sounded - and relieved we got away with the surprise too!”

Zac, Wedding, Exeter, August 2019

“Wildwood Folk Duo were fantastic at our wedding at the weekend. Please pass on our thanks, the mixture of songs they played was perfect. I had people of all ages commenting on how good they were so I was very pleased!”

Izzi, Wedding, Plymouth, August 2019

“Wildwood Folk Duo were the perfect fit for our forest scene at the weekend and they really added to that section of the event. I noticed that lots of our visitors gathered around that section and it was no doubt because of the music. Very good duo!”

Brandon, Private Event, Exeter, July 2019

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