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Fabian Holland

Fabian Holland

Folk London, UK  UK
Eddie Martin on From FM talking about Fabian Holland and his music


  • Fri

    Nov 20

    Exeter, UK | 7:30pm
  • 2015

    Jul 10

    Willington, UK | 7:00pm
  • 2015

    Jun 14

    Twickenham, UK | 7:45pm
  • 2015

    Apr 26

    Leicester, UK | 12:00pm
  • 2015

    Apr 25

    Gloucester, GLOUC, UK | 7:00pm

    Fabian Holland is a remarkably fine singer, guitarist and songwriter. Folk Radio UK was even more direct in its enthusiasm “He’s not good, he’s bloody good! We can’t wait to hear more!” Fabian’s self-titled debut album brought universal praise for his virtuosic guitar playing and enchanting songs. Since this release Fabian has began exploring new sounds with percussionist Fred Claridge, the result of which both compliments the sound of his first album whilst further establishing Fabian’s distinctive songwriting style still realised through his fine musicianship. Singer-songwriter-guitarist with tremendous command of fingers and fretboard and a natural vocal technique informed by long-time exposure to, and serious consideration of, the blues masters. Stripped-bare, uncontrived and compellingly subtle, with intense conciseness of expression, this wunderkind-from-nowhere’s debut audibly justifies the hype. - Froots Magazine



Bio: Fabian Holland is a contemporary singer, songwriter, and guitarist based in London. His music is influenced by folk songs and tales from around The British Isles, together with an upbringing in Blues, this is then enriched with his love of storytelling and his continuing emphasis upon musical imp...See Full Bio

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