Ninebarrow Logo Heavy shadow small.png

As seen on

As seen on

Folk Awards Square White Transparent_sma


Thorganby Village Hall | Sun 21st November 2021

Hello everyone,


You may well have already heard by now that due to a positive COVID test within the team, the organisers of Thorganby Folk have sadly taken the decision to postpone this Sunday’s concert.


We know this is going to cause a huge amount of disappointment for those of you who had tickets – and we’re similarly gutted not to be able to spend the evening with you as well.


If you bought tickets via our website for this concert, we’ll be in touch just as soon as we’re back at HQ early next week. If you bought tickets directly from the venue, you’ll have already received an email from them.


As you can appreciate, with us being on the road at the moment, it’s just going to take a few days to work through the possible options with regard to if/when this show can be rescheduled but we’ll be in touch just as soon as we can.


Lots of love,



Ninebarrow are a multi-award-winning folk duo, who are impressing audiences across the country with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition. Described by Mark Radcliffe as sounding like ‘two halves of one voice’, by Seth Lakeman as ‘a fantastic duo’ and by Kate Rusby as ‘absolutely amazing’, Jon Whitley and Jay LaBouchardiere combine breath taking vocal harmonies and melodies, delivering songs that are inspired and rooted in the landscape and history of the British Isles. Nominated in the 2017 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for Best Emerging Artist and most recently picking up Best Duo in the Folking.com awards 2019, their latest album, ‘A Pocket Full of Acorns’ (released in March 2021) was released to wide-spread critical acclaim including coverage on BBC1’s Countryfile and BBC Radio 4’s ‘Front Row’. 

‘Stunning’ ★★★★★ Maverick Magazine.

‘Immaculate’ ★★★★★ The EFDSS

‘An absolute joy’ ★★★★★ The Morning Star

‘Simply remarkable’ ★★★★★ Folk & Tumble

'Beautiful' ★★★★ The Telegraph.

'Super tight harmony' ★★★★ The Guardian