New seasonal album release by Kate Rusby - 'The Frost Is All Over'

Kate Rusby is an English folk singer from Barnsley, in the north of England. Regarded as one of the most noted contemporary English folk singers, she has released over a dozen albums. This week she has released tracks from her new seasonal album called ‘The Frost is All Over’, and we include the title track below. It is not the first time that she has released a seasonal album, and it follows on from Sweet Bells in 2008 and While Mortals Sleep in 2011. As an artist she has won high acclaim for work including a nomination for the 1999 Mercury prize for her second album Sleepless.  She will also undertake a UK tour this December with the dates detailed below.  You can find out more by visiting

UK Tour Dates

3rd December 2015 - Scarborough - The Spa

4th December 2015 - Huddersfield - Huddersfield Town Hall

5th December 2015 - Bath - The Forum

6th December 2015 - Plymouth - Theatre Royal (Plymouth)

7th December 2015 - Islington, London - Union Chapel

9th December 2015 - Sheffield - Sheffield City Hall

10th December 2015 - Cambridge - Corn Exchange

11th December 2015 - Brighton Dome

14th December 2015 - Manchester - Bridgewater Hall

15th December 2015 - Liverpool - Liverpool Philharmonic

16th December 2015 - Leeds -  Town Hall

17th December 2015 - York - York Barbican

19th December 2015 - Malvern - Malvern Theatres

20th December 2015 - Royal Concert Hall

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