Dom Prag is a folk singer based in Southampton. After gigging around Brighton in his formative years in such venues as The White Rabbit, The Fiddler's Elbow, The Greys and Marwood Cafe where he launched his EP 'Talitha and Other Songs' in 2015. In 2016 and 2017 he took Southern Folk Clubs by storm, playing in Lymington, Winchester, Twickenham, Portsmouth, Southampton, Croydon, Milverton, North Boarhunt and Ringwood. He has appeared at Birmingham BE festival in 2013, Nozstock in 2014 and Folk East (as part of Brighton band 'The Knights Project') in 2016. Since then, he has been working on the monumental Ferry Tales project on the Isle of Wight.
Dom's music knits together British and European folk tradition with classical guitar: mining songs, poems set to music (Keats, Larkin), compositions influenced by Schubert and Shostakovich, bluesy riffs and raw vocals.
His own songs start as poems and then undergo a transition into songs as the music is composed. This year he has collaborated with poet Robyn Bolam, setting poems to music as part of Ferry Tales. The work was showcased in spring and summer 2017.
Dom Prag is now recording his debut album, due for release later in 2018.