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PLUMHALL are the critically acclaimed UK duo of Michelle Plum (Chumbawamba, The Chris Norman Band) and Nick B Hall (Magna Carta, Ian Prowse & Amsterdam, The Hall Brothers). Their mesmerising blend of acoustic and electric instruments, exquisite vocal harmonies, and exceptional musicianship have earned them numerous accolades and wowed audiences worldwide.

A powerful live act with an ever-growing following, 2024 promises to be PLUMHALL’s most exciting year yet - including a 30 date UK tour as special guests of the legendary Fairport Convention and the release of their third album, One Star Awake.

They recently performed with the wonderful Al Stewart in London at The Palladium and Cadogan Hall. They have also jammed onstage with former Bob Dylan guitarist and Levon Helm producer Larry Campbell, as well as folk luminaries such as Steve Knightley, Phil Beer, Chris Leslie and many more. Their first concert as PLUMHALL was a support for Peter Tork, where they joined the Monkees legend on-stage to sing Daydream Believer!

In 2020 PLUMHALL was asked to write a song for, curate the folk music for and appear in the film The Runaways (starring Molly Windsor, Tara Fitzgerald and Mark Addy). Their livestream shows built a global online community during the pandemic, inspiring a stunning video for their song A Darkness That Won't Leave The House, which was recognized by Janice Long on BBC radio. Their two albums to date (Thundercloud and The Ghost Of Noise) were both highly-acclaimed - the former being highlighted as a Guardian/Observer Hidden Gem.

“Articulate, penetrating lyrics with captivating melodies and…. irresistible choruses. Arresting vocals and that distinctive big acoustic sound.” R2 Magazine

“A fine duo...go and see them if you get the chance” Steve Knightley - Show of Hands

“Their chemistry as a duo makes them special [with] sumptuous vocal harmonies and telepathic guitar interactions. Michelle is one of the UK’s leading chanteuses. Nick is a consummate storyteller, powerful vocalist and exceptional guitarist.” Dave Scott - Blues In Britain Magazine

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