Among the extensive line-up of nationally and internationally-renowned musicians performing at this year's National Folk Festival is Bega Valley local Kate Burke.
Burke has teamed up with Luke Plumb, who shares her love for 1970s Irish folk revival music.
The duo bring their formidable instrumental skills, strong vocals and creative minds to make groove-based, complex interpretations of traditional song.
It is special year for the two, as they will be releasing their new album exclusively at the National Folk Festival, which includes songs that feature Jarlath Henderson on pipes and whistles and John McCusker on fiddles and whistles.
Other Bega Valley musicians attending this year's festival include long-time folk musicians from Candelo The Martins and the genre-defying band Malumba.
The National Folk Festival is held in Canberra and runs over Easter from April 18 to 22.
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