Apr 23, 2014
Tom Hamilton will present a special Thursday edition of Homeward Bound on 24 April when he has no less than three guests in town for a gig coming into studio 1 for a chat and session.
The Jesus Taco play ‘folkadelica alt-country’; Bobby Vacant and The Worn plays folkrock/Americana and lastly, singer-songwriter Tobias Thomhave.
They are all in Glasgow to play McChuills, 40 High Street, Glasgow, just up from Glasgow Cross on Thursday 24 April from 9.00pm.
The Jesus Taco were legends even before they formed! Brett Davidson (USA) on vocals, acoustic guitars and octave mandolin; Tyko Runesson (Sweden) on vocals, mandolins, acoustic guitars, blues harp and ukulele and Sascha Greuter (Switzerland) on electric and acoustic guitars, vocals, and other-worldly sound effects.
The Jesus Taco have released their debut album Folkuhila on Weak Records.
The singer-songwriter Bobby Vacant (pictured) with bassist/vocalist The Worn (Brigitte Meier) sing songs about roads and strangers, often with sad twists and turns along the way.
Of Tobias Thomhave, Celtic Music Radio’s Tom Hamilton says he is a “A poetic masterpiece!”
Homeward Bound with Tom Hamilton, Thursday 24 April 4.00-6.00pm.