Eadwyn Torr is a British, multi-instrumental, Suburban Folk singer-songwriter, who has lived in numerous locations in England and Wales. He writes and records self-penned and traditional folk music demo's in a home studio using a variety of instruments including mandolin, balalaika, bouzouki, accordion, melodeon, melodica, harmonica, tin wistles and a range of guitars. His own songs are full of tongue-in-cheek social comment. Eadwyn Torr's collection of demo's, 'Salvaged Sounds' was so-named to reflect the fact that his unusual collection of performance instruments were bought over many years at an endless numbers of antiques fairs, flea markets, and car boot sales. He takes great delight in restoring pre-loved instruments to working order to use in his recording. He can be found on Twitter. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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