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After the last two sell out events, Moseley Folk Festival is celebrating its fifth birthday with another three days of music and fun in Moseley Park, Birmingham on the 3rd, 4th and 5th September 2010.
The Divine Comedy will be performing as well as Mercury Prize nominated Turin Brakes and Guillemots front man Fyfe Dangerfield.
After performing at an intimate gig put on by Heart last month at the Hotel Du Vin in Birmingham he told Heart about his many influences and how his most famous fan is Sir Paul McCartney and that he'd love to write a song for Beyoncè.
Here's an exclusive video of his performance that night of his hit track 'She's Always A Woman':
The festival continues to champion Birmingham’s music scene as new local acts will share the second stage with up and coming talent from across the UK and beyond.
There will also be entertainment for all the family, with storytelling pirates, traditional fairground rides and a variety of music and dance workshops.
For more information about the Moseley Folk Festival and the full line-up visit www.moseleyfolk.co.uk.