Jim Ghedi is a 6 & 12 string guitarist and folk singer from the outskirts of Sheffield, England. He spent a good proportion of the last 2 years touring the UK & Europe in support of his debut album ‘Home is where I exist, now to live & die’ (Cambrian Records, 2015), gaining radio play in the US, Australia, Belgium and UK.
His current solo work explores connections to the natural environments and heritage of rural communities and landscapes across the British Isles, including the village in which he grew up along the Yorkshire/Derbyshire borders. Drawing musically from some interesting genre-crossing ideas combining finger-style guitar composition, orchestral arrangments and traditional Folk Song..
Jim Ghedi is busy touring with good friend / Double bass player Neal Heppleston and anticipating a busy year ahead with his new record planned with Basin Rock record label on the 26th January 2018, alongside a duo project with guitarist Toby Hay released Autumn 2018.