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Fern Knight

Fern Knight
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Profile
Fern Knight is a Washington, DC area band formed by cellist / guitarist / vocalist Margaret Ayre. Their music combines English folk styles with other sounds.
Website
http://fernknight.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (8)
Fern Knight — Solstice Fern Knight — Solstice
(Bandcamp no#, 2015, DL)
Fern Knight — Castings Fern Knight — Castings
(VHF 122, 2010, LP)
Fern Knight — Fern Knight Fern Knight — Fern Knight
(VHF 110, 2008, CD)
Fern Knight — Fern Knight (First Version) Fern Knight — Fern Knight (First Version)
(Bandcamp no#, 2006, DL)
Fern Knight — Music for Witches and Alchemists Fern Knight — Music for Witches and Alchemists
(VHF 101, 2006, CD)
Fern Knight — Music for Witches and Alchemists (Providence Version) Fern Knight — Music for Witches and Alchemists (Providence Version)
(Bandcamp no#, 2006, DL)
Fern Knight — Blithewold Fern Knight — Blithewold
((Not on label) no#, 2005, CD)
Fern Knight — Seven Years of Severed Limbs Fern Knight — Seven Years of Severed Limbs
((Not on label) no#, 2003, CD)

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