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Walk With Me – The Big Autumn Tour!

April 26th 2016

Tour dates are now up for ‘Walk With Me – the Big Autumn Tour’ with special guest Megan Henwood. Reunited with the exceptionally talented Miranda Sykes once more, big sounds, uncompromising songs and stunning production make for a evening to remember. See ‘Live’ for tour dates!

“An irresistible, anthemic, rousing live show” Mark Radcliffe

“Multi instrumental virtuosity and stunning harmonies” Simon Mayo

“Classy multi instrumental and vocal work” The Guardian

“Always surprise and delight their audiences” R2 Magazine

“One of the leading forces in British folk” Acoustic Magazine”

Steve Knightley on “Soul Music” BBC R4….

November 12th 2014

Hear Steve talking about the background to the song ‘The Lads In Their Hundreds’ from the ‘Centenary’ album on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Soul Music’ programme – “The stories behind pieces of music with a powerful emotional impact“.

Steve Knightley & Jim Carter on Simon Mayo Drivetime……

November 4th 2014

Steve and Jim perform tracks from the Centenary album live in the studio on Simon Mayo Drivetime BBC Radio 2 today between 6-6.30pm. Click here

Simon Mayo DrivetimeSteve and Jim Carter ITV

Steve on the radio……

November 3rd 2014

Not to be outdone by Mr Beer, Steve will be talking with Mike Read on BBC Radio Berkshire 1.30pm onwards. Click hereMike Read

Steve on 6 Music tonight @ 10.30

December 21st 2013

Tom Robinson chats with Steve and plays a couple of tracks Tonight around 10.30 pm. Click here



The Long Way Home

The landmark new release sees the band returning to their musical folk roots.

‘Immaculately packaged, beautifully produced, finely recorded' and ‘a thoughtful album of warm shades and lower temperature that sounds surprisingly…well…folkie’ - Colin Irwin, fRoots

Order your copy direct from us or here:


Show of Hands are undeniably one of the strongest current forces in acoustic music - England's finest and most popular roots duo and something of a "people's band".

"Formidable operators in the roots arena. A class act"

The Independent

Nominated for Best Album 2016

BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards