Sue White & Tony Taylor - acoustic folk/rock musicians,
Plus:  blues, bluegrass and 50s & 60s rock n' roll!

Also known as 
"Waterloo Sunset duo",  

Tony and Sue are "folk rockers", with a bit of old timey, bluegrass and pure acoustic rock thrown into the mix.

They play traditional material  and Celtic Rock, as well as Tony's own songs.  Actually, they can sing and play just about anything! 
For a track from their Debut folk album "Lily of the West" click here.  This song has words written by George Hill, to a traditional tune.
For a track from Sue's Cornish album, click here. Thanks to Tony for the banjo on this track! And to Martin Frith for the bluegrass fiddle.
For a track from Tony's solo  album, click here.  "Tim Hardin" is one of Tony's songs.
For a track from the Goonhillies album "Heading West" click here.  Another one of Tony's songs.
Sue sings in a variety of styles, from folk to jazz, plus plays back-up rhythm guitar.  She is an experienced and versatile vocalist and vocal coach.
Tony plays guitar and banjo, and sings in harmony with Sue. Here he is picking a mean banjo.  He also plays bass and Honky-tonk piano.  Jerry Lee Lewis anyone?
He runs a 50s Rock & Soul Band - "the Rickety Bones", 
Plus the amazing blues rock band "The Blues Bandits"
For more information about all things Cornish click here.
Sue also runs a Folk Choir, "Sid Vale Folk" , a rock/pop choir "Sassy Choir", and is a keen member of Sidmouth Steppers, her local folk dance side.
Tony runs a monthly Bluegrass session in Cornwall.  He also teaches bluegrass banjo. 
Email Tony for details
For banjo lessons see  www.pickertony.co.uk
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