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Skinner & T'witch are absolutely delighted that their recently released single, 'The Iron Fish Remembers', has so far been played by 72+ marvellous folk/acoustic/roots DJs, internationally!

kinner & T'witch would like to thank again the 72+ marvellous folk/acoustic/roots radio show presenters who have played their new single, 'The Iron Fish Remembers', over the past weeks, internationally:

Iain Anderson (BBC Radio Scotland);
Doug Welch (BBC Radio Kent Folk Show);
Colin MacDonald (An Radio, Dunoon Community Radio, Two Lochs Radio, Crystal FM, HBS Glasgow, and Blues and Roots Radio);
Trevor Oxborrow (Folk at Five, Argyll FM);
Peter Aston (Forest Folk, Forest FM);
Artie Martello (The Catskills Cafe, WIOX; Mostly Folk podcast, syndicated from France via Radio Satellite 2; and Power Folk, Blues and Roots Radio);
Alan Hossack (Jock's Celtic Calamity, Blues and Roots Radio);
Joe Pszonek (Radio Nowhere From Across The Pond, WMSC, and Finnegans Wake, Radio Nowhere);
Bill Horncastle (The Fox's Den, Vixen 101);
Fiona Elcoat (Big Boots and Celtic Roots, Lionheart Radio);
Christian Frank and Paul Miller (The Lemon Circus);
Antony Silson (Drystone Radio);
Tony Haynes (FAB Folk & Blues, Tempo FM);
Ali O'Brien and Bernard Cromarty (Sounds of Folk, Oldham Community Radio);
Chris Tucker (Coastal Sound);
Deborah Millstein and Doc G (The Crystal Cavern, Hamilton Radio);
Glenys Rudd (Glenys The Menace's Indie Show, Wolf Rock Radio);
Graham Barnes (The Folkstock Folk Hour, Belter Radio);
Les Ray (Strummers and Dreamers, Cambridge 105 FM);
Lochlann Green (From Texas and Beyond, KA Radio);
Mitch and Robyn Park (Sunday Folk Show, Radio Kidnappers);
Jim Duffin (Folk Furnace, TCRfm);
Colin Kennedy (Nightfall, TCRfm);
Russell Auty (Bands in and around Milton Keynes, Radio MK);
Alan Ritson (Fine Folk, Lincoln City Radio, and Siren Folk, Siren FM);
Ian Freedman (The Readifolk Radio Show, Blues and Roots Radio and Blast1386 FM);
Dave Chamberlain (Acoustic Routes, Dapper FM and Blues and Roots Radio);
Gary Hazlehurst (The Nova FM Folk Show);
Mark Eyton-Williams (Onkel Willies Cafe, Taunus-Blitz)
Mike Davies (Alternative Roots, Brum FM);
Nathan Hudson and Tim Robinson (Fish & Chippy Show, Radio Cabin);
Kevin Elliot (From the Joshua Tree Inn, WEFT);
Trevor Kreuger (Folk Show, Bader Radio);
Michael Kennedy and Flipsy McCaw (Drive-time Show, Radio Tircoed);
Chris Arscott (Folk & Acoustic Show);
Carole Horton (The Carole Horton Show, Cuillin FM);
Michael Crichton (Mostly Folk, Fun and Friends and Country Music Radio Show, 3WBC);
Jane Clayton (West Norfolk Radio);
Liz Franklin (Folk Garden, Blues and Roots Radio, and Eden Folk, Eden FM);
Ros Barclay (Making it on my Own, CamGlen Radio);
Hamish Burgess (Maui Celtic Show, Blues and Roots Radio and Celtic Music Radio);
Waxies Dargle (UMFM);
Darren Hull (Daz in the Hat's Afternoon Stretch, BCB Radio);
Russ Evans (The Russ Evans Music Show, Ridge Radio);
Dan Alloway (Folk Fury, KTEP);
John Collings (Drive-time Show, Celtic Music Radio);
Michelle Dalgety (Yorkshire Music Collective, BCB Radio);
Gavin Paterson (Celtic Music Radio);
John Sillberg (Serendipity, CKOL);
Ben Hudson (Folk Show, Hive Radio);
Danny Matheson (It's All About Folk, Celtic Music Radio);
Keith Robinson (Sunday Collection, Ridge Radio);
David Dee Moore (Acoustic Yard, Blues and Roots Radio);
Alan Appleby (Folkal Point, CKOL);
Sean Brophy (Midweek Music Miscellany, Dublin City Radio);
Dave Mather and Pete Robinson (Salford Folk, Salford City Radio);
Brian Player (Acoustic Cafe, Wey Valley Radio);
Art Menius (The Revolution Starts Now, WCOM);
Mark Gilligan (Gilligan in the Afternoon, Deventer Radio);
Neil Vessey (Folk Pilot, Deal Radio);
Susie Gee (Folk For Folk's Sake);
Philip Webster (Forest Focus, Forest FM);
Ian Oliphant (Broom Cupboard, Celtic Music Radio);
Bob Angel (Simply Country, Ridge Radio);
Tony Wyn Jones (Drive-time Show, Mon FM); and
Jan Van Eck (BluesnRoots Corner, Radio Duivenstraat).

'The Iron Fish Remembers' is a song about mermaid magic. The song celebrates and commemorates the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) collection box, in the form of a fish, which is situated in Robin Hood's Bay, and which has been there since 1887, collecting money to save lives at sea.

'For my money, the best thing Skinner & T'witch have sent me so far'. Ian Freedman, The Readifolk Radio Show

'Brilliant'. Liz Franklin, Folk Garden/Blues and Roots Radio & Eden Folk/Eden FM

'A great song. Fabulous voice.' John Collings, Drive-time Show, Celtic Music Radio

'Another great song from Skinner & T'witch. I think it's their best so far.' Philip Webster, Forest Focus, Forest FM

You can listen to/download 'The Iron Fish Remembers' via this link