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Live review from St Lawrence's Church, Little Waldingfield
"Geordie gems...? Just what is it about music? There is simply nothing quite like it, is there, for being able to energise, uplift, entertain, soothe and challenge? And the music performed by the folk-jaz (more...)


"Absolutely brilliant!" - following our set at Festival of Folk, Bracknell - September 2013 (more...)

FOLK ON THE MOOR, Devon June 2012

"Fantastic performance - you held the audience spellbound from the first note to the last. The main comment I got from the people who were there was "when are they coming back?" Ben Campbell (more...)

FOLKING LIVE - Bracknell June 2012

"One of the most accomplished sets I think we've seen at Folking Live and that was certainly shown in the audience reaction". Phil.Daniels (Artree Promotions) (more...)

Carole De Luc (Friends of the Bowes Museum)

On 19th March, 2011 the Friends of the Bowes Museum Music Group presented a superb o (more...)


"A stunning blend of diverse musical influences which captivated our audience from the very first few seconds, all the way to the sumptuous encore. Fiona and Paul are a great song-writing team, and deliver their unique music with such (more...)


They are a duo whose music would easily fit into folk, jazz and blues clubs and any festival. Fiona and Paul have got something really special in their music. (more...)

BOURNEMOUTH FOLK CLUB 25/10/09 (Live review by Neil King)

Headliners for the night were North East based duo Landermason, Fiona Lander and Paul Mason, who are out and about promoting their new album "Tree of Souls". The title track of the album is a song about a tree in the North E (more...)


"Most enjoyed act this year!" (more...)

Various comments from organisers of the Highlights Rural Touring Scheme (Autumn 2009)

" Very positive feedback from our young and old members of the audience. Our daughter came intending to listen to the first half of the gig then get back home to study. She couldn't leave, and has run off with our Landermason C (more...)

REVIEW on gig at 'LIVE AT THE SAL' Doncaster
by Bob Chiswick
"Another 'Sal discovery'. Landermason were simply superb. Take 5 on penny whistle? Yes you had to witness it to believe it. And...the best guitarist the club has ever seen - full stop. Paul's presentation of 'Somalia' was absolutely breatht (more...)

Landermason At The Real-Music Club
Live In The Kiln at Sharpes Pottery Museum, Swadlincote, Derbyshire
Fiona Lander wins you over in the time it takes her to flash a smile. Immediate, attractive, effervescent and so full of life it bubbles over like pink champagne. Paul Mason is more of a still wine. Subtle in flavour and quieter at opening, (more...)

Edinburgh Festival Folk At The Oak (Landermason)
[Asm] CMU Daily August 9th 2007
Fiona Lander and Paul Mason, the duo from Bellingham better known as Landermason.
The intimate Wee Folk Club overflowed with instruments as jazz-folk duo Landermason too the stage, and not one was left unplayed. Throughout two separat

Landermason turn on the style
Published on 22/06/2007
Fiona Lander and Paul Mason, the duo from Bellingham better known as Landermason, performed a varied programme that included lyrical ballads, traditional jigs and more jazz-orientated numbers. The concert at Queen's Hall, Hexham, coincided  (more...)

John Peacock May 2004
Duo merge into musical entity. Concert audiences can be fickle, headstrong creatures some seemingly incapable of being tamed. I recall attending one hotel based jazz event that was plagued with so much incessant audience chatter that th (more...)