Morris Oxford are a two-piece folk song and tune act, based somewhere near the A452 in Warwickshire. Their influences range from the 17th to the 21st centuries, and they combine vocals, piano accordion, violin, guitar, mandolin, and flute to create their sound (along with a big pile of instruments on the floor).

Both Tina and Graham also play for ceilidhs and around the folk clubs in Rumble-O. Additionally, Graham posts a new folk dance every day at the conveniently-named A Dance A Day.

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