Long Way Home Music

Joseph J Clark

Poet

Tuesday Night Skiffle Club are from the future. A time where Lonnie Donegan is God and Shakespeare barely remembered. Selected as four ordinary layabouts for a failed scientific experiment to explore a past when orange men were made president.

 "polished, balanced and toe-tappingly intoxicating", Lance Milton - National Operatic and Dramatic Association.

Hickory Signals

New Folk from Old

Long Way Home Music Booking Agency represents the following folk and roots artists - click on the photographs below to find out more about the artist and how to book. 

 Booking Agency

Cory Flynn is a talented young songwriter, guitarist and singer from Brighton. His songs are folk/country/blues with an edge and a style heavily influenced by Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams and others. 

Cory has been praised for his inventive use of language in his lyrics. Cory has recently recorded his first studio album, A Boy Named Hunger, to be released in autumn 2017.


"Writes like Dylan, sings like Cash, looks like Beckham" 
My Grass is Blue


​Hatful of Rain

British Americana​

Joseph J Clark, or Joe to his friends, is a programmer and writer living in Hove, of the People's Republic of Brighton & Hove, on the south coast of the UK. His first printed work "Drunk With A Pen" was published in 2016.


Joe claims not to have written his poetry, having found the verses at the bottom of a glass. Joe's warm and friendly delivery - lubricated naturally - has been delighting audiences along the South Coast.








Tuesday Night Skiffle Club Skiffle From the Future!


Cory Flynn

Singer Songwriter

 Hatful of Rain are a contemporary folk group mixing British and American styles. They combine powerful songwriting with musical flare, using a single microphone approach to create an intimate and engaging atmosphere to their live performances.

"Songs that will make you dance and songs that will make you cry - get a chance to see them perform live" - FATEA

"Hauntingly beautiful…I love it”  - Bob Harris, Radio 2.

Multi-instrumentalists Laura Ward and Adam Ronchetti combine strong vocal melodies with guitar, shruti, flute, glockenspiel and a variety of percussion, layering sounds carefully and minimally to atmospheric effect. Their
music has been described as haunting, cinematic, un-rushed and detailed.


“The songs float from past to present to past seamlessly, with shades of Sandy Denny" – Frank Gutch Jr., No Depression