Dave Swarbrick

Dave Swarbrick

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Dave Swarbrick (birth name David Cyril Eric Swarbrick) is an English folk, folk rock and electric rock music singer, songwriter and arranger. He was born on 5 April 1941, in New Malden, England. He is credited as one of the most influential musicians of the second British folk revival. He is also well known for his collaboration with various artists and bands such as Ian Campbell Folk Group, Fairport Convention, Peggy Seeger, On Ewan MacColl, A.L. Lloyd, Martin Carthy, Diz Dizley, Vashti Bunyan, Nigel Denver, Richard Thompson and many others. He gained popularity as a solo artist for a collection of hit singles such as "Heilanman Drowsy Maggie", "Carthy's March", "White Cockade Doc Boyd's Jig Durham Rangers", "My Singing Bird", "Nightingales", "Once I Loved A Maiden Fair", "Byker Hill" and "Ace And Deuce Of Pipering" among others. In 1999, he released his most successful compilation album, Swarbrick/Swarbrick Vol., which contained his greatest hits. Now, you may download this album by Dave Swarbrick in mp3 from our site.


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