Travels With My Auntie Liz Tues 7th July 8- 10pm

Travels With My Auntie Liz Tues 7th July  8- 10pm

Jul 8, 2015

The Rose RoomSeonaid Aitken , Tam Gallagher, Jimmy Moon and Tom Watson are popping into the studio for a catch up with Auntie Liz on Tuesday 7 th July. All stunning musicians on their own they came together in this fabulous band to release their debut CD Rose Room in 2011 followed by Somewhere in Roseland in 2013 and their brand new CD The High Life , to be released on 3 rd August 2015.

 

 

Liz has known Tam & Tom (Swing Guitars)and then Seonaid (Seonaid Aitken Trio) as they came through the Danny Kyle Open Stage and has been delighted to see them come together in this fabulous collaboration. Jimmy is of course known worldwide and in Paisley ! for his fabulous Moon Guitars and his many years with The Moonshiners.

So dig the old ‘Demob suite out of the wardrobe, clear the floor and get ready for some red hot swing, jazz and beautiful songs. Liz

Repeat Wednesday 8 th July ; 2 – 4am and 1 – 3 pm
And on Catch Up for the next 30 days  : First Hour Second Hour
Enquiries
: liz@celticmusicradio.net

Planet Waves running order – 7th July 2015

7th July 2015 – phones

title – artist – album – label – origin

Kiki – Blick Bassy – Akö – No Format! NOF 28 – Cameroon

Anakochi – Georgia Dagaki – Phobie – Monopol – Crete

Zapateo – Horizonte Campesino – Folk Music of Cuba – Unesco UNES 08064 – Cuba

Mali Denou – Les Ambassadeurs – Rebirth – World Village WVF 479113 – Mali

35 Missed Calls – Zoë Bestel – 35 Missed Calls EP – Distilled Records DISCD 02 – Scotland

Megalithe – Les Phônes – Orbitones Spoon Harps & Bellowphones – ellipsis arts… CD 3610 – France

Dance song (sirba) – unidentified singer and group from Oltenia, Gorj region of Romania – The World Collection of Folk Music: Archives Constantin Brāiloiu – VDEGallo VDE CD 1261-1264 – Romania

Ajde Da Li Znaeš, Pametiš Milice – Amira Medunjanin – Silk & Stone – World Village WVUK 029 – Bosnia

Smadjibe – Smadj – Spleen – Jazz Village JV 570064 – France

Little Red Caboose – Hillfolk Noir – Pop Songs for Elk – self-released – Idaho

Hillfolk Noir live:

Sat July 11 – Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan

Sun July 12 – Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

Devil’s Haircut (Beck) – Rab Noakes with Fraser Spiers – Lights Back On – Neon – USA / Scotland

8th July 1970 – Beck Hansen born Los Angeles

Andijon Samo’si (Andijoni Listening to God) – Shavkat Mirzaev Ensemble – Uzbekistan: Echoes of Vanished Courts – Unesco UNES 08306 – Uzbekistan

Le Téléphone Sonne – Souzy Kasseya – Le Retour de l’As – Afro Rhythmes – Congo

Echo Blues (sig tune) – Frank Wakefield – That was now… this is then! – Rosewood RA 62096         CD11 – Tennessee

 

listen anytime for a month at http://podcast.canstream.co.uk/celticmusic/index.php?cat=Planet+Waves

 

Planet Waves running order – 30th June 2015

30th June 2015

title – artist – album – label – origin

My Babe – Little Walter – Willie Dixon: The Chess Box – Universal-Island Records Ltd – Chicago

“Willie” Dixon born 1st July 1915, Vicksburg Mississippi

Field Holler – Horace Sprott – The Folk Box – Elektra EUK 251/2 (4xLP) – Alabama

Roll Alabama – She Shanties – Spanker Boom – self-released – England

Fragment 3 – Ensemble De Organographia – Music of the Ancient Sumerians, Egyptians & Greeks – Pandourion Records PRCD 1005 – Greece / Egypt

Africa (1983) – Augustus Pablo – East of the RIver Nile – Shanachie CD 45051 – Jamaica

Meg Meriless/Willy Davie – Chris Norman Ensemble – The Caledonian Flute – Boxwood Media BOX 902 – Canada/Scotland

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 Thje 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

Bowing the Strings – Addie Harper and the Wick Trio – The Magentic Stars of the North – Country House BGC 343 (LP) – Scotland

Salamouti – Amara Touré et l’Orchestre Massako – 1973-1980 – Analog Africa AACD 0078 – Senegal / Guinea-Conakry

Wang Dang Doodle – Koko Taylor – Willie Dixon: The Chess Box – Universal-Island Records Ltd – Chicago

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

 

listen anytime for a month at http://podcast.canstream.co.uk/celticmusic/index.php?cat=Planet+Waves

Newcastleton Traditional Music Festival 3 – 5th July 2015

Newcastleton Traditional Music Festival 3 – 5th July 2015

Jun 29, 2015

 

Newcastleton Tradition Music Festival 3 – 5 th July 2015

 

Competition results 2015:-

Newcastleton Traditional Music Festival 2015 Competition Winners
Accordion (Classical & Continental)                         Brian Smith
Accordion Open                                                                 India Smith
Border Ballad                                                                     Ali Macrae
Children’s Accordion                                                       India Smith   
Children’s Miscellaneous Instrument                      Connor Mitchell
Ceilidh Band                                                                       Newcastleton Irregulars   
Fiddle (Open)                                                                     Rachael Hales
Fiddle (Slow Air & Reel)                                                Rachael Hales     
Highland Bagpipes (Open)                                           Tom Kirkmeed
Instrumental Pairs                                                          India Smith  &  Brian Smith  
Miscellaneous Instrument                                           Jadwiga Billewicz
Original Poetry                                                                 Bob Bolam   
Original Song (Non-Trad)                                            Celia Ketchell
Original Composition (Song Trad)                           Celia Ketchell
Original Composition (Song in Scots)                     Colin Crombie
Original Composition (Tune)                                      Jane Carson 
Storytelling                                                                         Bob Bolam
Traditional Singing (Men’s Novice)                          Bob Bolam
Traditional Singing (Men’s Open)                             Bob Bolam
Traditional Singing (Women’s Novice)                   Jackie Buckham
Traditional Singing (Women’s Open)                      Joyce Cunningham

 

Programme of Events (while correct at time of printing please contact festival in case of alterations or ammendments)

 

Friday 3rd July
7pm – 9.30pm Opening Concert: Castleton Parish Church, Guests are: Di HendersonAilsaMackenzie, Carol Anderson, Stuart Forester,  Emma Spiers, Dave Orr & Jane Carson. Tickets £5/£3
9.30pm – 1am Dance – Village Hall The Redheughers Ceilidh Band (£5)
11pm – 2am-ish -Singaround – upstairs in the Buccleuch Centre with Dave MacFadzean Entry By Donation

Sessions all weekend in venues throughout the village including the Supper Room in the Village Hall. The Community Room will be used as a “quiet room” for singers and musicians who want to perform in a quieter space. It will be available from 6pm Friday  and from 4pm Saturday and will be hosted by Eliza Mood.

newcastleton riging out

Copshaw Common ‘Ringing’ out

Saturday 4 th July

8.30am – 9pm Festival Office open in the Buccleuch Centre.
9.06am Copshaw Common Riding – gathering at the Fountain (This event starts at 7.32am and continues all day!)
10.00am  Competitions start !Spectator tickets covering all venues – £5.00 – children £1.00 Spectator tickets for individual venues £3.00 – children 50p.
2.30pm Fiddle & Guitar Workshops in Village Hall  and Songwriting in Community Room £3/£1
7.00pm Grand Concert in the Village Hall – (Bar Licence) Competition Winners & special guests – opened by the Copshaw Common Riding. – £5.00  Compered by Di Henderson.
9.30pm – 1am     Dance in the Village Hall to Three Men and a Box Ceilidh Band £5.00
11.00pm – 2am-ish Singaround – Upstairs in the Buccleuch Centre with Susie Kelly Entry by donation.

Sunday 5 th July
9am – 12 noon Festival Office
open in the Buccleuch Centre.
10am/11am/12noon   Trash Arts Workshops in Village Hall  Adult £4 Child £2
10am   BEGINNERS Smallpipes Workshop with Kevin Tilbury Buccleuch Centre (above Office) Adults £3 Child £1 (Limited numbers – sign up in Festival Office)
1.30pm – 2.30pm        Highland Bagpipe Competition – Village Square (dry day) Village Hall (wet day)
2-30pm(ish) – 4.30pm(ish) Farewell Concert with Norman Stewart in the Village Hall – various guests £2 (children free)
8pm onward    Buccleuch Centre Survivors’ Session (Until we drop from sheer exhaustion or run out of songs/tunes!!)
See you all there! Liz  liz@celticmusicradio.net 

Di Henderson

Di Henderson

Barbara Dymock

Barbara Dymock

Carol Anderson

Carol Amderson

Travels With My Auntie Liz Tuesday 30th June 8 – 10pm

Travels With My Auntie Liz Tuesday 30th June 8 – 10pm

Jun 29, 2015

Travels With My Auntie Liz Tuesday 30 th June 8 10pm  Liz with have in the studio  Larry Guild
Scottish singer songwriter Larry Guild started playing in the 90’s was inspired to write his own songs by listening to the song craft of Nanci Griffiths , Eric Taylor, Townes Van Zandt, Kate Wolf to name but a few! Inspired by their songs painting a vivid picture, short stories, to music .

 

 

He has played all over Scotland, from a firm favourite at festivals and folk clubs, gigging  with such notables as our own Ciaran Dorris and Paul Tasker to name but two!
Has a most excellent double CD ‘ Something from Somewhere’ was released at the end of last year, 25 old and new songs that have been met with great acclaim.  Hopefully we will have some songs live in the studio on Tuesday from Larry, so listen in between 8-10pm Tuesday 30 th June(repeated Wednesday 2-4am and 1 – 3pm) And on Catch Up. Join us ! Liz


something rom someone

Canadian singer-writer Nicole ‘Songbird’ Coward writes to CMR:

”I was very sad to hear today that you are pulling Folkal Point from your programming.
I am an Indie musician from Toronto, Canada and my songs have been aired several times on Colin MacDonald’s show. I’ve even played the show live in the restaurant where I work for all there to enjoy. I can honestly say that through the hundreds of DJs I’ve encountered nobody has shown they care more about us Indie artists as Colin has.
”He has taken great care and time to let us know when a song is in a playlist and even shows interest in developments in our career. This is someone very special that the world needs more of, and your station will be less without him”.


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