John Mosedale is a songwriter and guitarist who burst onto the folk scene in 2018 at an age when many people are considering retirement. His first full year on the circuit saw him perform at Banbury, Cromer & Charmouth Folk Festivals, Worcester Music Festival and Brecon Fringe Festival, as well as host of folk clubs and other venues up and down the country. His all original set is a blend of funny songs and more thought-provoking autobiographical material. Each song has a story behind it, with audiences turning into a sea of nodding heads as they relate to the stories being told and the finely crafted songs that follow. His warm and cuddly personality is endearing and he says he makes a room full of new friends wherever he plays. Some say he is Herefordshire’s best kept secret (his wife would certainly like to keep it that way as she features in several of his songs!). The last twelve months have seen him develop a bit of a reputation – a good one – around the folk clubs of the midlands and further afield. It’s unlikely he’ll be a secret for much longer.
“No frills, honest, singalong folk songs” – FATEA Magazine