Katie Foster: violin
Abel Selaocoe: ‘cello
Delia Stevens: percussion
Ali McMath: double bass
Henry Alexander: guitar
Project Jam Sandwich are an extremely talented group of young instrumentalists who offer a fresh and unique take on traditional folk music from around the world. Exciting, vibrant and bursting with ideas and musical excellence, their music ranges from Eastern European and South African to Celtic reels and English folk. The band, who have been aired on Radio 3, and who have performed at Celtic Connections, concoct their own charismatic arrangements to create a varied, acoustic show of exhilarating improvisation, scorching rhythms and beautiful melody.
PJS are returning to Wainsgate Chapel having delivered a sensational set at the Great Folk Roots Party there last year as part of Hebden Bridge Arts Festival.
“Utterly brilliant!” Georgia Mann, Presenter and Producer, BBC Proms for BBC Radio 3
“…one of the most exciting, original, and inventive performances ever seen at the Ribchester Music Festival. Their enthusiasm and energy was so infectious, the audience absolutely lapped it up! Project Jam Sandwich really nailed it!” Marc Mallam, Ribchester Festival Director