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Currently, Tams is also working on a stage version of Steelos to be performed at the Magna Centre in the Rother Valley in 2009.

He worked on John Mc Cusker's commission 'Under One Sky' alongside Graham Coxon, Roddy Woomble, Julie Fowlis and others.

Tams was born in Holbrook, Derbyshire, the son of a publican.

He left school at 15 without any qualifications and went to Chesterfield Technical College where he spent two years on a GCE course, concentrating on the arts.

He also co-wrote the music for each film (18, as of November 2008) alongside Dominic Muldowney.

In 1996, Tams and Muldowney released the best-selling album Over the Hills & Far Away: The Music of Sharpe to accompany the series. Tams has released three solo albums to date, Unity (2000), Home (2002) and The Reckoning (2005); all of which have met with critical acclaim.

The series was short-listed for two Sony Radio Awards in 2007.

In the event it won a Sony Gold Radio Academy Award for Song of Steel and a Bronze award for Thirty Years of Conflict. The song Steelos, written by Tams for the Song of Steel episode of the 2006 Ballads, was nominated Best Original Song at the 2006 Radio 2 Folk Awards.

He is recipient of many awards and honours including six BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards; he has been nominated for an Olivier Award for War Horse and was part of the creative team that won Best Play at the Tonys on Broadway.Tams was a member of Derbyshire folk group Muckram Wakes in the 1970s, then worked with Ashley Hutchings as singer and melodeon-player on albums including Son of Morris On, and as a member of the British folk rock group Albion Band.Splitting with Hutchings in the 1980s, he formed Home Service.He has been awarded Honorary Doctorates from the University of Sheffield Hallam and Derby.He is currently working on Jericho for ITV as both an actor and with music.He is regarded by many as one of the unsung heroes of folk music. In 2012 he performed at Horse Guards for members of the British Royal Family singing "Only Remembered," and the next year he sang to an estimated television audience of 53 million when he performed "Only Remembered" to the Queen, the Royal Family, Heads of State, serving and retired soldiers and their families at the Royal Festival of Remembrance live from the Royal Albert Hall.