‘Dom Prag ‘s  music knits together British and European folk tradition, classical guitar: mining songs, poems set to music (Keats, Larkin), compositions influenced by Schubert and Shostakovich, bluesy riffs and raw vocals. His own penned songs form part of his performance.  This is an exciting time to see this performer who has absorbed much from the tradition, clearly has originality and is easy in his engagement with the audience.  To borrow a term from the BBC Folk Award, Dom is a Horizon Artist, an emerging artist on the scene who has made a significant increase in popularity or a special impression. In November the special impression was made with people in the local clubs as well as Bradninch Folk Club.  Although not yet well known in Devon he is playing festivals and clubs across the country. Watching him play marks him out as a performer who is destined to be on the leading edge of his generation and a really nice guy. We are not alone in this observation’ (Flaxey Green)

‘I unreservedly recommend Dom Prag to any folk club or festival looking for an entertaining, talented and generous performer who has strong musical roots and new shoots’ (Gerard Edwards, Bradninch Folk Club)

“We have seen the future of folk music and it is in good hands.” (Steve West, Lymington Folk and Blues Club)

“His voice was strong and clear and his accompaniment on the guitar was accomplished and individual, occasionally betraying his classical training as shades of Villa-Lobos crept in to good effect. It was a rousing performance and we look forward to seeing him again” (Steve Primarolo, Bracknell Folk Club)

"We were lucky enough to have Dom open up a show for Chris and I, and were both really impressed with him. Great playing, singing and writing and a lovely stage presence. Watch out for Dom, his star is definitely on the rise." (Julie Matthews, While & Matthews/Daphne’s Flight)

"What a voice! Together with his brilliant guitar playing he is the real deal - only a matter of time before Dom Prag is a true Folk Star. Catch him whilst you can." (Charles Gale, Forest Folk Club, North Boarhunt)

"Dom Prag takes the place by storm with his energy, wonderful singing and beautiful Spanish guitar playing - he's a seriously talented young folk singer on the way to great things." (Mike Peach, The Anchor Folk Club)

"Dom has played our club twice and each time we were blown away by his songs, musicianship and voice; he is a breath of fresh air. His well-written and thought provoking songs grab your attention. This guy is the real deal and currently building a significant reputation on the folk and acoustic music scene." (Tony Batten, Milverton Music)

“Dom Prag, a young singer songwriter from Southampton, making his first appearance at the club, performed a couple of his own compositions. The first, Talitha, was a rather deep and unusual comment on counselling with an interesting and unusual guitar accompaniment. The arrangement of the second was in more familiar territory, making more than a slight nod to Patsy Cline. It even contained the words ‘walking after midnight’. If I were still organising festivals I would have booked him” (Hugh Taylor - Fatea)

“...at the Lighthouse Café... emerging folk talent Dom Prag had just taken to the stage. With his harmonious guitar skills and his poetic lyrics he championed the singer songwriter guise. ... raw and organic sound” (Iain Lauder Brighton’s Finest)

“Impeccable song writing performed with Elvis-esque charisma. Brighton's best kept secret talent is no overstatement.” (Lucy Day  The Knight’s Project)

Oxjam, Brighton 2014

Oxjam, Brighton 2014