Hilary James' 'elegant singing' (Daily Telegraph) has received much acclaim: quintessentially English but easily crossing the great musical divides from British folk ballads to blues and Berlioz. She's famed too for an unlikely taste in bass instruments (she could turn up with her giant mandobass or slimline, semi-acoustic double bass). Her fine guitar accompaniments cross the genres from Vivaldi to bluegrass and she might even manage a step-dance if the wind is in the right direction.
'One of Britain's finest voices' BBC Radio 4
'Hilary James' vocal radiates light and beauty' Living Tradition
'Songs were never sung as exquisitely' Folk Roots
'A voice like an angel' Folk North West
'As a singer of folk songs, Hilary James has no peer' R2