Damh The Bard | The Sons and Daughters (of Robin Hood)

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The Sons and Daughters (of Robin Hood)

by Damh The Bard

Inspired by the current political climate this song is about the beating heart of the rebel that lies within us. That is looking at the role of the politician, and at some of their less than honest activities, and saying, "No more!"
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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Damh is a modern-day Bard whose spirituality, and love of folk tradition, is expressed through his music, storytelling and poetry. Drawing on the Bardic traditions his performances are both entertaining and educational, weaving a tapestry of myth, peace, and anthems that speak directly to the heart, but never without a good splash of humour. Damh is a musical storyteller who works within the world of myth that cannot be proved; where the Faerie really do dance on Midsummer's Eve, where the trees talk, and the Hollow Hills take you into the realms of Annwn. Where the Goddess rides her horse, guiding you to magic, and the Horned God of old calls us from the shadows of the Greenwood.


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