Tribal Folk Music

joecauldwellJoe Cauldwell
Instructor, Composer & Musician of Tribal Folk Music
Location: Isle of Wight

Joe makes his own didgeridoos and teaches people how to play. He has been playing didgeridoo for 19 years and is an experienced and outstanding teacher who has taught all ages of people around the UK.

Joe’s passion for the didgeridoo is led by his knowledge of how beneficial and healing an instrument the didgeridoo is.

The didgeridoo is one of the planet’s most ancient instruments and has the ability to change people’s lives.


musicnoteHe often visits schools to introduce children to Aboriginal culture and has delivered workshops at festivals and events all around the UK.

The didgeridoos that Joe makes can be purchased from his website. Joe only uses wood from sustainable sources (windblown or dead trees) and each of his instruments is unique and lovingly handcrafted.

Joe also plays in his own band – ‘Cephalodidge’ which are a UK based tribal folk band that play ‘totally enchanting music’ based around the didgeridoo, djembe and lap/slide guitar. Many of their songs express a deep love of the land and ocean. Cephalodidge has performed at many festivals and events, including witchfest International, Small World festival and Surf and Roots festival.


Cephalodidge has supported the Dolmen, Damh the Bard and Wille and the Bandits. In 2012 cephalodidge’s debut album ‘The Path’ received very favourable reviews and is a unique, atmospheric and enchanting journey.​


To buy Joe’s Album or to find out more about him please visit Joe’s official website!

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