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Nick Hart London Album Launch


Stone Nest, 136 Shaftesbury Avenue, London , London, W1D 5EZ


17 May 2022

| Doors open: 19:30


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Fire in the Belly and Stone Nest Present:

Nick Hart

London Album Launch for Nick Hart Sings Ten English Folk Songs

Stone Nest, 136 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5EZ

Tuesday 17th May.

Doors 7:30pm, Music from 8pm.

£15 + booking fee / £10 Concession (NUS/NHS/Unwaged)


Nick Hart is an award-winning singer and multi-instrumentalist whose work with English folk song is rapidly gaining him a reputation as one of the most acclaimed performers of his generation. His considered approach to accompaniment is informed by a deep respect for the nuances of traditional song and his captivating live performances are a testament to the importance he places on story-telling.

In 2021, Nick scooped the Christian Raphael Prize, awarded in association with Cambridge Folk Festival, to nurture artist development. As part of the prize, Nick will play the Festival this year, as well as an impressive series of shows across the UK. Dates so far in flyer below. More to be announced.

Nick has released two solo albums, Nick Hart Sings Eight English Folk Songs (2017) and Nick Hart Sings Nine English Folk Songs (2019), both to critical acclaim. His predictably titled third album, Nick Hart Sings Ten English Folk Songs, is due for release on 29 April 2022 on Roebuck Records via Proper Music Distribution. Catalogue number: RRCD003. Formats: CD/digital download/stream. Pre-order here:


Recorded during the first lockdown of 2020, Nick Hart Sings Ten English Folk Songs is in many ways a departure from the stripped back, live approach of Nick's first two albums. Deprived of a sound engineer and locked away in a house full of strange instruments, he was afforded the time and space to explore different approaches to the accompaniment of traditional song. Nick's distinctive guitar playing is augmented here by harmonium, lyre, viols and a host of percussion and woodwinds, and while some tracks were recorded completely live, others such as "May Song" and "Dives and Lazarus" have been given a more multi-layered treatment. At the heart of it though, Nick has approached the songs on this album with the care and sensitivity for which he has become known, allowing them the space they need, while bringing to the fore the nuances in mode and meter that make these songs so special.

About The Venue

Stone Nest is an arts organisation and performance venue in the heart of London's West End, bringing exceptional and experimental art to a wide audience. Whilst the 'work in progress' of building restoration continues, we are delighted to collaborate with a range of artists to bring life to this iconic former Welsh chapel. A hidden gem nestled amidst the bright lights of theatreland, it offers a platform for bold, visionary artists and a space where audiences can encounter an eclectic programme of contemporary performance.


Accessibility and Unreserved Seating

Stone Nest is an old building and unfortunately cannot currently accommodate electric wheelchairs. We can accommodate manually operated wheelchairs via a temporary ramp; please let us know that you are a wheelchair user when booking and whether a Companion will be accompanying you and we will arrange a Companion ticket for you.

Seats are not guaranteed and are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Anybody requiring a seat should get in touch with the venue in advance. email:

About the Promoter

Fire in the Belly is the promotional arm of award winning Fire in the Mountain Festival - a leading folk and roots music festival held on a farm in the mountains of West Wales,UK. Our aim is to support and produce wonderful shows for exceptional traditional folk, roots and world music artists - real music of the past played on real instruments by forward thinking artists of today.