Americana Celtic  Original
Transatlantic 
Feral Folk...
 

“Never mind a folk revival, these days ‘folk’ has become a high street commodity.”

-The Guardian


Inspired by the Americana/Celtic/Roots cross-over exemplified by BBC 4’s Transatlantic Sessions, Stone Junction offer an unusually flexible acoustic trio playing a powerful, eclectic mix of transatlantic, contemporary and original folk. Stone Junction provide stunning three part harmonies and skilled instrumentals featuring guitars, mandolin, banjo, accordion and whistles. All three musicians also work as soloists and in various duo line-ups and are able to adapt to the changing needs and demands of venues, festivals and events of all sizes. Just think rootsy Celtic Outlaw-Americana...with a dash of Laurel Canyon... made original and BIG.


Stone Junction can be heard at a variety of pubs, music venues, festivals and folk clubs. As well as appearing regularly in venues around the south-east, the band has also co-headlined or played support for other touring musicians such as Pilgrims WayNiamh Ni Charra and Sarah McQuaid. Along side of their extensive traditional, contemporary and original song repertoire, Stone Junction can even deliver a proper foot-stomping traditional Irish set for that Guinness and Jamesons fueled St Patrick’s Day craic. For the more Celtic-centric events, Stone Junction has occasionally added a guest fiddle player such as Chan Reid and Garry Blakely.


If you’re curious about the band’s name, it’s taken from a novel called Stone Junction written by Jim Dodge. It’s a great book and we highly recommend reading it.


“If you are into that CSN&Y feel or can be knocked over by a killer harmony this is the gig to see.”

-Mrs Yarrington’s Music Club



‘Best Folk Act’

Hastings & St Leonards Music Awards

2013