This popular young duo performs folk music of considerable appeal to traditional fans. Sisters Emily (b. London, Britain; fiddle/vocals) and Hazel Askew (b. London, Britain; melodeon/vocals) had been prompted by their parents who had been Morris dancers and through this they heard folk music because they was raised. Although they both researched music officially at college, their interests continued to be resolutely in the folk idiom plus they had been still within their extremely early teenagers when Emily made a decision to focus on fiddle, and Hazel on melodeon. They performed as accompanists to Morris dance troupes and various other folk ensembles and drew interest as people of Rubber Chicken breast, a music group they co-formed. The Askew Sisters possess made an appearance at folk celebrations in the united kingdom, notably at Sidmouth FolkWeek and Cheltenham Folk Celebration, and had been semi-finalists in the BBC Radio 2 Youthful Folk Honours. Hazel, the most powerful tone of voice (and youngest by 3 years) from the duo units out a unique vocal trend that is admirably improved by Emily’s outstanding skill like a folk fiddler. After liberating an EP, Six By Two for WildGoose Information in 2006, they documented their full-length recording a year later on.