Contemporary Folk Trio

'Songwriting, instrumental prowess, compelling melodies and arrangements'. Kadia are a contemporary folk trio, who have a created a refreshing brand of foot stomping modern folk combining inventive guitar, three part harmonies and the warmth of cello and ukulele.

New Album On The Way

The Kadia sound has now evolved to include more traditional and modal influence and the time has come for Kadia to expand on their debut EP Beacon Fires and deliver an update to their published work. The new album is on track to be ready for release and toured from April 2015.

The Three Kadia Styles

Kadia write their own original songs in a contemporary up beat style with a vision for melody. They also compile interesting and unique arrangements of traditional folk songs and their third style is to 'folkify' modern pop songs and all three styles combine to reach a wider audience.

Available for Booking

Kadia mainly perform on the folk circuit at festivals and folk clubs and are available for private hire and parties as well. If you are a band looking for support for your gig then we would like to hear from you. Please send us a message on the contact us page.

01st Dec
The Beast of Bodmin Moor artwork

The Beast of Bodmin Moor

The Beast of Bodmin Moor Out now! Get your copy here. ‘A maiden meets an unfortunate fate as she steals out across the misty moor to meet her secret lover. Could the rumours of the fabled beast be true?’ Our new single is now available for download! Half price download available to mailing list members [...]

06th Nov
Kadia new single - Beast of Bodmin moor

October 2014 Blog

Written by Lee Cuff We made a rather triumphant start to the month with a return to The Cricketer’s Beer Festival in Bournemouth where we joined the crowds in sampling some of the ale on offer at the beer festival. Our first visit as a guest of Folk Club organizer, Felicity, was a far more intimate [...]

02nd Oct
Kadia Busking Proceeds

September Blog 2014

We had been hoping for a bit of time off after a busy summer for a well deserved spot of rest and relaxation, however, September seemed intent upon keeping us on our feet with Waterfest in Weymouth being the next gig to keep our well-worn toes tapping.   There was a spectacular array of entertainment [...]

02nd Sep
August

August 2014 Blog Update

Written by Chris Bailey August was one of the busiest months to date for Kadia and it seemed as though every other day involved some kind of band related activity, performance or rehearsal. In this incredible final summer month we visited a collection of new venues accepted invitations to play some great festivals, met and [...]

31st Aug
Fatea Connections Showcase

Fatea Connections Autumn 2014 compilation review

Fatea Showcase Session Autumn 2014 – ‘Connections’   The much respected Fatea Magazine has been writing about music for many years, and produces a quarterly downloadable collection of new music it feels merits promotion to a wider audience. The current session, ‘Connections’, was released on 1 August 2014 and will be available as an exclusive [...]

31st Jul
Star wars play our instruments

July 2014 Blog Update

Written by Lee Cuff   Folk music is all about sharing. Scholars, musicians and general enthusiasts for the subject agree that style is sometimes less important than the way that songs survive across the generations. It’s one of the things that encouraged us to adopt some traditional tunes for our own as well as covers [...]

03rd Jul
Kadia @ Folk on the Quay

June 2014

written by Chris Bailey Please subscribe to the Kadia mailing list —–> Despite my growing disbelief, June has now already finished and we are into the second half of 2014 with yet another month disappearing alarmingly quickly. Looking back over the last 30 days however, once again we have been very productive and busy at [...]

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