Bernard Hoskin
Welcome to the web site of Bernard Hoskin, acoustic roots singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Cambridge, England. I am an experienced performer and live play a mixture of original songs, traditional folk and covers on 6 and 12 string guitar and mandola.

There is a diverse range of influences that go to create my distinctive and original sound which is based upon English songwriting and world music rhythms as well as the more common folk, country and blues styles.

I have released 13 CDs and opened for people such as Bert Jansch, Martin Carthy, Harvey Andrews, John Renbourn and Jacqui McShee, Julie Felix, Clive Gregson, Phil Beer, Andy Irvine, The Oysterband, Peter Knight's Gigspanner, Johnny Dickinson, Tim Edey, O’Hooley and Tidow, Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker, Blazin' Fiddles, Ninebarrow, Wild Willy Barrett, Steve Tilston, Heidi Talbot and many more!

If you are interested in booking me for your event you can watch videos on the demo page

For publicity material click here

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This video has samples from the new album Snow In Central Park. The album is now available for 10 post free and comes with a bonus cd which is the 10th anniversary remix of the Invisible People album. That's 27 tracks in total!
The albums are also available as a download for 8. Go to Bandcamp

UPCOMING GIGS (more info on Gigs page)

Mar 3 Dartford Folk Club
Mar 4 Cafe Dolce Vita, Orpington, 2.30pm
Mar 7 White Horse, Sweffling, Suffolk
Mar 22 Nags Head, Rochester
Apr 2 Niche Comics, Huntingdon
Apr 5 Thameside Folk
Apr 12 Barney's Live Music, Stroud
May 24 Audio Vendor, Northants
Mar 27 Kontra Roots, Earls Barton
May 2 New Routes, Junction, Cambridge
Jun 12 Running Well Acoustic Club, Wickford
June 25 Music at the Unicorn, Abingdon
Jun 26 Waveney Folk Club




HOUSE CONCERTS

Have you ever thought of hosting a concert in your own home? The format is simple - you gather some friends in your living room and I will give you an intimate, unplugged concert performance. This kind of evening is a lot of fun and you don't need a big audience to make it worthwhile. Send me an email!

Here's a link to more information on how to host a house concert:
Click here

On the right is a video of me doing a recent house concert at Live at Thornsett Road

Many thanks to Chris Keniger for organising the event and shooting the video.