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Category Archive: Bill Morris

Jan 30

Jimmie Macgregor and Annie Grace

An Evening with Saint Andrews In The Square     Friday 29th January 2016 The joy of seeing seasoned a legend cannot be overstated. Jimmie appeared on stage and immediately set the atmosphere of informality making the audience feel as if they were in his kitchen instead of the grandeur of a converted church. He announced that in …

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Jan 28

Teddy Thompson and Holly Macve

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall        Wednesday 27 th January 2016 Teddy Thompson had new ears this evening at our wonderful Concert Hall. They were mine, and, by jove, was I in a minority! This man has honed his craft in audience rapport and excellent singing with a neat guitar style. He appeared on stage for his one and …

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Jan 21

Scotia Nova; Songs from the Early days of a Better Nation

Scotia Nova; Songs from the Early days of a Better Nation Strathclyde Suite       Wednesday 20 th January The partnership of Ian Green and Ian McCalman is an inspired one which produces works of pure genius. On the top of ‘Far Far from The Ypres’ they have scored again. Firstly, a wee bit of background. This song collection …

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Mar 04

Winter Wilson guest with Bill Morris

Winter Wilson played Glasgow on Tuesday 3 March at Live at the Star at The Admiral Bar, 72a Waterloo Street in Glasgow city centre. Before the gig, Winter Wilson visited Celtic Music Radio for a chat with Bill Morris on the Homeward Bound programme at 5.00pm. With six critically-acclaimed albums to their name, Winter Wilson (namely …

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Feb 28

Winter Wilson guest on Tuesday Homeward Bound

Winter Wilson plays Glasgow on Tuesday 3 March at Live at the Star, The Admiral Bar, 72a Waterloo Street in Glasgow city centre. Before the gig, Winter Wilson will visit Celtic Music Radio for a chat with Bill Morris on Tuesday after 5.00pm. With six critically-acclaimed albums to their name, Winter Wilson are known across the …

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Jan 31

Review: Nathaniel Rateliff, Tron Theatre, Sunday 25 January 2015

Nathaniel Rateliff doesn’t like to take himself too seriously and the audience lapped it up big style. Returning from last year’s Celtic Connections gig, on the same date, Burns Night, he had obviously made his mark. Accompanied by accomplished musicians on drums, electric bass and keyboards used to very fine effect, his versatile voice sailed …

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Jan 27

Review: Dunedin tae Auld Reekie, Glasgow Art Club, Wednesday 21 January

Dunedin, New Zealand’s south island’s second largest city’s name is derived from the Edinburgh’s Gealic name, Dùn Duedin, and was, in fact, founded by a nephew of Robert Burns whose statue is in the city square. The two cities met in song this evening in one of Glasgow’s architectural gems. Hosted by Gareth Farry, New …

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Aug 19

Glasgow Americana festival 1-5 October 2014

The next big music festival in Glasgow is the Glasgow Americana music festival which runs from Wednesday 1st October to Sunday 5th October 2014 at various venues in Glasgow city centre. Bill Morris on his ‘Morris’ Mash’ programme on Monday nights at 8.00pm will keep listeners up to date with gigs, artists, interviews and up …

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Aug 11

Cathryn Craig and Brian Willoughby on Homeward Bound

Bill Morris sits in the Homeward Bound chair today, Tuesday 12 August from 4.00pm and he has a special guest visitor on the programme. Playing Live at the Star Club tonight in Glasgow are Cathryn Craig and Brian Willoughby and they will come into studio 1 live after 5.00pm for a chat and session with Bill …

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May 11

Album of the Week: Eileen McGann ‘Pocketful of Rhymes’

The Celtic Music Radio Album of the Week commencing Saturday 10 May 2014 is the CD from Canadian singer-songwriter Eillen McGann with her album called Pocketful of Rhymes. Bill Morris interviewed Eileen McGann last week when she was in Glasgow to play Live at the Star on 6 May. One of Canada’s leading singer-songwriters, Eileen …

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