Carole Pegg

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Carole Pegg, sometimes Carolanne Pegg, is a British folksinger and violinist, and ethnomusicologist.

In 1970 Pegg and her husband Bob formed British folk rock band Mr. Fox, which dissolved in 1972 when their marriage ended. In 1973 she released a solo album, Carolanne, with Transatlantic Records,[1] and briefly performed with Graham Bond and Pete Macbeth as Magus.[2][3]

Pegg went on to obtain a doctorate in musicology and become a senior researcher in the music department of Cambridge University.

Pegg's second husband is the Social Anthropologist Dr Nicholas James.

In 2014 she and Tuvan throat singer Radik Tülüsh together released an album as "Goshawk".[4][5]


  • Mongolian Music, Dance, and Oral Narrative: Performing Diverse Identities (Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 2001).


  1. ^ Rob Young, Electric Eden: Unearthing Britain's Visionary Music (2010), pp. 421-4337.
  2. ^ Donald Clarke, The Penguin Encyclopedia of Popular Music (1990), p. 133.
  3. ^ Nick Talevski, Rock Obituaries - Knocking On Heaven's Door (2010), p. 43.
  4. ^ "Carole Pegg & Radik Tülüsh – Goshawk - Folk Radio UK". 9 December 2014. Retrieved 11 May 2017.
  5. ^ Denselow, Robin (7 August 2014). "Carole Pegg & Radik Tülüsh: Goshawk review – bravely experimental". Retrieved 11 May 2017 – via The Guardian.

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