"Poignant, politically driven lyrics, over driving guitar and djembe rhythms, with a splash of catchy fiddle melodies...One to watch!"

Gregory Wilson-Copp


Jack of All are a folk/punk trio based in Malvern.


They started as a two-piece in 2014-releasing their debut EP, Bindle-Punk, with former Rattlebox main man Dylan Charles producing.


They really found their sound when percussionist Eric Hej (Flatworld/Truckstop Trixies) joined in 2016, adding playful, energetic rhythms to the passionate polemics and elegant fiddle.


Since then, they have played enthusiastically received sets including Beautiful Days, Lakefest, How The Light Gets In, Ragged Bear and Something Else in the Dean and have supported, amongst others, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman (Stratford Folk Fest), Jim Moray (Malvern Cube), Funke and The Two-Tone Baby, The Leylines, Greenman Rising and...The Wurzels!



2018 will see recording start on their second EP and more gigging all over the place.

Hope to see you bouncing down the front.





Band Members

Laurence Aldridge - Guitar and Vocals



Anna Mcloughlin - Fiddle

Eric Hej - Percussion