St Andrew celebration live from the Chip on Wednesday 7pm

St Andrew celebration live from the Chip on Wednesday 7pm

Nov 22, 2014

Celtic Music Radio will be celebrating Scotland’s Patron Saint, St Andrew this coming Wednesday, 26 November, just a few days before St Shona Masson1Andrew’s Day which falls on Sunday 30 November 2014.

Celtic Music Radio will be once again broadcasting live from Ubiquitous Chip, Ashton Lane, Hillhead, in the west end of Glasgow.

Gordon Hotchkiss will present his regular Wednesday night ‘Hotchpotch’ with a St Andrew’s flavour including live sets from local musicians and singers and a few guests including fiddler Shona Masson (pictured right) plus singers ‘The Sensational’ Christine Sparks, Linda Jaxson (below), Stephen Clark and ‘Moshen’.

Linda JaxonAlan Burke with his Late Night programme from 10.00pm to 12 midnight will keep the St Andrew’s Celebrations going until 12 midnight with more live music sets.

Come and join us upstairs at the Ubiquitous Chip in Ashton Lane, Hillhead, just round the corner from Hillhead Subway station on Wednesday 26 November from 7.00pm.  Enjoy a Haggis Pie and a pint for just £5!

St Andrew’s Celebration live from the Ubiquitous Chip, Ashton Lane, Hillhead, Glasgow on Wednesday 26 November, 7.00pm to 12 midnight.

FOLKAL POINT- 148 – November 20

FOLKAL POINT – 148 – November 20

SAY HELLO – Andrew Simple (USA)
NOBODY KNOWS ME LIKE YOU – Merry Hell (Albion)
A MAN NEEDS A SHED – Police Dog Hogan – playing live Scots dates from December 11-13; venues nearer the time!
THE QUEEN OF ARGYLL – Silly Wizard (Scotia)
CONEY ISLAND – Annie Keating (USA)
SUNSHINE – John D Revelator (Albion)
GOOD TIME BLUES/OUTLAW’S LAMENT – Hurray for the Riff Raff (USA)
LAMENT FOR A SEASON – Rebec (Albion)
MORPETH OLYMPICS – Jez Lowe (Albion)
BONNY BOYS – Linda Thompson (Albion/USA)
THE PIT & THE PENDULUM – Paul Brett Sage (Albion)
FALLEN ANGEL – Susan McKeown (Eire/USA)
MORE STONES – Marek Dusil Blend (Česká Republika)
LOST IN LA – Michelle Lewis (USA)
OOT & IN DA HARBOUR – instrumental – Kris Drever & Eamonn Coyne (Scotia/Eire)
ONE LIFE AT A TIME – Thompson family – featuring Richard Thompson (Albion/USA)
BUILD ME A FIRE – Brigitte Demeyer (USA)
THE GRANITE CAGE – Ewan McLennan (Scotia) playing live at Glasgow’s Glad Café, Shawlands Cross on November 23 and Glenfarg Village Folk Club on November 24
DESERT SILVERY BLUE – Tracy Newman & The Reinforcements (USA)
SIMILES AND METAPHORS – Cormac O’Caoimh (Eire)
FAREWELL TAE THE HAVEN – Davy Steele (Scotia)
NO HEROES – Kat Healy (Scotia)
ONE MORE RIDE – Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen (USA)
DO YOU KNOW? – Pieta Brown (USA)
WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME? – Chatham County Line (USA)
ALONE – Marek Dusil Blend (Česká Republika)
SECOND COMING – The South (Albion) playing live at Glasgow’s 02 ABC, Sauchiehall Street, on November 23
BEND AND OBEY – The Trailerpark Idlers (Sverige)
NORTHERN LIGHTS – Kyle Carey (USA)
THE CHILDREN’S SONG – Joe Sample (USA)
Remember to keep an eye on ‘‘‘‘folkalpoint’’’’ at Facebook!

TFiF live from Hunter House Cafe, East Kilbride

TFiF live from Hunter House Cafe, East Kilbride

Nov 19, 2014

Thank Folk its Friday will be live from the Hunter House Café, Maxwellton Road, Calderwood, East Kilbride this Friday night, 21 November from 8.00-10.00pm.  Ross Macfadyen will introduce songwriter and musician Adam Baker who will be performing two sets and talking about his work with Street Children in Senegal.
AdamAdam Baker’s music reflects some of the things that are close to his heart, from issues of social justice, to his faith in God.  His experience of HunterHouseAcousticCoffeeperforming spans from large crowds and major events such as the London 2012 Olympic Park’s Emerging Icons Stage and Somerset’s New Wine Festival to small pubs, clubs, churches and other music venues.
More information on Hunter House here.
Thank Folk its Friday with Ross Macfadyen, live from Hunter House Café, East Kilbride, Friday 21 November 8.00-10.00pm and Catch Up anytime.
 

Planet Waves running order – 18th November 2014

18th November 2014 – tongue-twisters

Post Horn Galop – unidentified British Army Band – The March to Glory – Start Audio & Video Ltd – Germany / UK

Sake of the Sound – Front Country – Sake of the Sound – self-released – California

For the Sake of the Song – Townes Van Zandt – Live at The Old Quarter, Houston, Texas – Domino REWIGCD 57 – Texas

Men ashyk (I am in Love) – Salamat Sadikova of the The Kambarkan Folk Ensemble – Kambarkan Folk Ensemble: The Music of Kyrgyzstan – Arc Records – Kyrgyzstan

Danza – Daniel & Manuel Hidalgo – Chile – Hispano-Chilean Metisse Traditional Music – Unesco D 8001 – Chile

Rio Turbio – Amparo Sánchez – Espíritu del Sol  - World Village WVF 479101 – Spain  USA

Shining Star – Papa San – Higher Heights – Habakkuk Music – Jamaica

Largo al factotum from Rossini’s Barber of Seville – Thomas Hampson with Orchestra della Toscana conducted by Gianluigi Gelmetti – A Night At The Opera – BBC Music OPCD 1 – Italy

Everybody loves my baby (but my baby don’t love nobody but me) – Boswell Sisters – Shout, Sister, Shout!: Their 52 Finest 1931-1936 – Retrospective RTS 4242 – New Orleans

Phonetic Pronunciation – Victor Borge – The Kings Of Komedy – Stardust Records – Denmark / USA

The Narrow Road – Shona Brown – The Narrow Road – SoundRoutes Records – Scotland

Nakobala Yo Denise – Verckys et L’Orchestre Vévé – Congolese Funk, Afrobeat and Psychedelic Rumba 1969 – 1978 – Analog Africa AACD 077 – Congo Kinshasa

Seguidillas de Noche – Manitas de Plata – La Guitare D’Or De Manitas – Sony (France) – France

Echo Blues (sig tune) – Frank Wakefield – That was now… this is then! – Rosewood RA 62096 – Tennessee

Indigo Cell on Travels With My Auntie Liz

Indigo Cell on Travels With My Auntie Liz

Nov 18, 2014

On Travels with my Auntie Liz on Tuesday 18 November at 8.00pm, my  special guests are Indigo Cell 

Indigo Cell –  are a new trio featuring Linda Jaxson on vocals, Calum Ingram on cello and Graham McKintosh on guitar.Linda Jaxon
A bit of blues, bluegrass feel to get you stomping. They also add in the impressive River Sisters to add yet more vocal finesse.

All musicians have their own pedigree but it such a joy to hear this new combination.

They have been in recording some of their own songs and have been covering some Dylan, Gillian Welsh and Muddy Waters.

The band will be playing St Louis Café on November 23 at 734 Dumbarton Road at Thornwood, roundabout, Thornwood, Partick, Glasgow G11.  Hopefully we will see you all there.

Travels with my Auntie Liz, Tuesday 18 November, 8.00-10.00pm and repeat Wednesday 19 November, 1.00-3.00pm and  on Catch Up anytime

Mischa Nic a’ Phearsain gu stiùideo Celtic Music Radio airson seisean

Mischa Nic a’ Phearsain gu stiùideo Celtic Music Radio airson seisean

Nov 16, 2014

Tha Ceòl ’s Craic air leth toilichte a bhith a’ cur fàilte air Mischa Nic a’ Phearsain gu stiùideo Celtic Music Radio airson seisean ciùil beò air program rèidio na seachdain seo.

‘S e seinneadair Gàidhlig air leth tàlantach a th’ ann am Mischa – mar sin chan eil e na iongnadh gu bheil i air a’ gheàrr liosta anns an raon ‘Seinneadair Gàidhlig na Bliadhna’ ann an Duaisean Ceòl Traidiseanta Albannach MG ALBA 2014.

Dùnaidh a’ bhòt phoblach air Dihaoine 28 Samhain agus thèid na duaisean a thoirt seachad aig cuirm mhòr oidhche na Trads ann an Inbhir Nis air Disathairne 13 an Dùbhlachd.

Airson bhòtadh chan eil agaibh ach ri dhol gu www.scotstradmusicawards.com/voting.  Tha Mischa gu math àiridh air gach duais a thèid a bhuileachadh oirre – mar a chluinneas sinn nuair a ghabhas i òran no dhà air a’ phrògram Diluain eadar 6 is 7f.

Cuideachd air aoigheachd bidh sàr-sheinneadair eile. Bidh Alasdair MacIlleBhàin a’ taghadh nan clàran as fheàrr leis agus ag innse dhuinn beagan mu dheidhinn obair mar acadaimaigeach, neach-oideachaidh agus neach-ciùil. Bidh am program a’ dol a-mach beò ann an Glaschu air 95FM agus air feadh an t-saoghail air www.celticmusicradio.net

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Ceòl ’s Craic will be welcoming Mischa MacPherson to the Celtic Music Radio studio for a live music session on this week’s programme on Monday 17 November at 6.00pm.

Mischa is an exceptionally talented Gaelic singer – so it’s no surprise that she is on the short list for the Gaelic Singer of the year category in the MG ALBA Traditonal Music Awards for 2014.

The vote will close on Friday 28 November and the results will be announced at the prestigious MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards ceremony in Inverness on Saturday 13 December 2014.

To vote just go to: www.scotstradmusicawards.com/voting. We wish Mischa the best of luck in this year’s competition and look forward to hearing her perform a few Gaelic songs just for us between 6.00 and 7.00pm on Monday.

Also guesting on this week’s show will be another very gifted Gaelic singer. Alasdair Whyte (pictured left on stage on the CCA on 1 November) will be sharing some of his favourite music tracks and telling us about his busy life as a Gaelic musician, lecturer and academic. The programme will be broadcast live in Glasgow on 95FM and online and all mobile devices.

Ceòl ’s Craic, Monday 17 November, 6.00-7.00pm and Catch Up anytime.


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