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Hello, I’m Robbie!

Please have a butchers at the things I’ve done and do!

The top photograph was taken by Jorma Airola during my performance  at Sibelius Academy’s Touko-Taiga festival in Helsinki.

About

Hailing from North Staffordshire, Robbie Sherratt is an innovative freelance fiddler, known for his ability to genre-hop at the blink of an eye. Whilst being of the open minded sort, his roots in traditional Folk music remain the basis of his pursuit for new music.

“Not only a naturally brilliant musician; Robbie is a great performer whose light shines like a beacon amongst the many talented players of today.”
Tom McConville

“I can grow old now knowing that the fiddle is in good hands.”
Ric Sanders

Photo – In concert with Tom McConville. Taken by Martin Snodin.

Provenance

Official release on Friday 6 July 2018, my debut album ‘Provenance’ draws from traditional music and melodies in and around my home county, Staffordshire. It is themed upon my personal search for provenance, past and present and draws from wider musical interests and influences. Arrangements flourished and were largely completed whilst I studied composition under the guidance of, Finnish composer and pianist, Timo Alakotila in Helsinki.

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Ian Stephenson at Simpson Street Studios, in Gateshead and Northumberland. I perform the music and songs with 6 fabulous musicians, using a choice of instruments influenced by a range of sources including eighteenth-century west gallery bands. It plays for 50 minutes and there is a 12 page booklet included, with photos and comments, including provenance of the tracks.

The album in CD format is priced at £12 with free worldwide postage and available via PayPal or by credit or debit card payment secured by PayPal using the button below.




Contact

If you’re interested in lessons, gig bookings, or anything really, please don’t hesitate to send me a message using the contact form.

Glastonbury Official photograph of myself and Jolly Jock, whilst playing in the occasionally amazing ‘Biggles Wartime Band’