Danny Kyle Open Stage Showcase 2017 Sunday 5th February 2017

Danny Kyle Open Stage Showcase 2017 Sunday 5th February 2017

Feb 5, 2017

I am delighted to announce the 6 finalists in this years Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections
Liz Clark – Producer and Presenter of the DKOS
Had 71 Acts on Stage – consisting of 200 + artists
Who came from:- Aberdeen  Airdrie Aberdeen/ Argentina / Ayr / Balquidder / Barrow – In Furnace/ Berlin / Bishopbriggs / Bishopton/ Borders / Brighton / Buckie / Canada / Cumnock / Devon  / Dumfriese / Edinburgh / England/ Fife / Gairloch / Glasgow / Gourock / Greenock / Insch / Isle of Lewis / Ireland /Kilmarnock / Kilwinning / Liverpool / Manchester / Motherwell / Newcastle / Orkney / Paisley / Rutherglen / Wales!
All of them winners!
Out of all the winners we have the 6 finalists who will showcase their set and all return next year for a support slot at Celtic Connections 2018
Here is your showcase artists of 2017

An Dha – Brighton –    Listen again to performance on 4 Feb 2017
Jaya Hanley / Sarah James
“Experience the fire of Scottish Traditional music, the delicacy of classical perfection and the spirit of jazz and the life of the city from Urban Folk Duo An Dh, And Dha means ‘The Two’ in Gaelic, two musicians , a Violin and a Cello, on a journey exploring life and music together.
An Dha are a Fiddle and Cello duo writing and performing folk  music that combines styles and genres to explore the boundaries of contemporary fok music. They formed in 2013 at Trinity Laban Conservatoire after Violinist Jaya Hanley and Cellist Sara James visited the Isle of Skye and were entranced by the beauty and music of the island.  In 2016 they won the London Fiddle Convention Competition, various awards in the St Albans Folk Completion’s and were finalists I the Bath Folk Competition” .

 

 

Avocet – Glasgow –  Listen again to first performance on 1 Feb 2017
Sam Grassie / Herbie Loaning/ Iona Zajac
“Having met through the traditional music scene in Edinburgh and Glasgow at a young age, samaniona decided to combine forces in making contemporary music with a traditional folky feel to it yet also influenced by blues and world music.  Sam’s finger picking guitar style reminds one of the likes of Bert Jansch
Joining him are Herbie on double bass, and Iona, whose distinctive vocals are best described as soothing and haunting at the same time”#

 

 

DopeSickFly    – Glasgow   Listen again to first performance on 27 Jan 2017
Ant /Wendy/Chris / Joe / Calum
Founded in the summer 2015 in Glasgow Scotland having busked the streets of Glasgow, the band evolved there sound into a Soul, Rock, Poetic, Acid Jazz fusion with just the right amount of Funk. With lead singer/poet Ant Thomaz soulful vocals, guitarist Chris Darling and his keen desire for funk, Drummer Calum macrae with his Jazz background, Joe Djaelani on bass elevating Neo Soul and bluesy backing vocalist Wendy Rae, DopeSickFly truly emanates a new refreshing alive sound. There’s a confidence and power to the band’s live set that at times can be mesmerising. The lyrically explosive, musically diverse, Funk Rock Hybrid known as Dopesickfly project an upbeat feel good vibe inviting everyone to join in with catchy hooks and to dance their hearts out. Dopesickfly are encouraging & sing of life, connecting to all ages of people; making music for people!

 


Marianne McGregor – Orkney/Glasgow  Listen again to first performance on 24 Jan 2017
Growing up in Orkney Marianne was exposed to a rich environment of all things musical, creative and expressive. Although primarily a jazz singer, Marianne has taken influence from various other styles, incorporating a breathy folky twist into her voice. In the time since finishing her music degree in 2015, she has used songwriting as a soothing creative outlet for personal storytelling and expression, using smooth bluesy/folky vocal tone and her unique pallet of textures to communicate and engage with the listener. Although she is relatively new to the role of singer songwriter, Marianne hopes to continue writing and performing in this unique and quirky style.

 

The Magpies –  Glasgow –   Listen again to first performance on 25 Jan 2017
Lizzie King / Peter Keay / Doro Weber
The Magpies are an alternative folk pop trio who write and play together in Glasgow.Originating from acoustic duo
Reasons To Be Cheerful with Lizzie King (lead vocals, guitar) and Doro Weber (drums, percussion), the band welcomed the addition of Peter Keay (bass, backing vocals) in early 2016. The Magpies are a relatively young band, having started playing together in January 2016. Gigging widly since their forming also released their self-produced debut; ‘Wait for the Sunrise’, bringing the endorsement from radio plays UK Wide . The summer saw the band perform at some exciting festival gigs including L Fest in Uttoxeter and Manchester Pride. Their second EP, to be released early 2017.

 

 

WHɎTE – Glasgow/ Aberdeen – Listen again to their first performance on the  26 Jan 2017
Alasdair Whyte and Ross Whyte
Emerging Gaelic electronica duo released their debut album, Fairich as part of Sound Festival in Aberdeen on 21 October 2016.  Each from very different musical backgrounds (ambient electronica and traditional Gaelic), their songs have drawn comparisons with Sigur Rós and Martyn Bennett.  Following several successful live performances throughout Scotland and radio play on BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Travelling Folk’, WHɎTE secured funding from Creative Scotland to record their debut release.  Fairich was recorded in the late summer of 2016 at the University of Aberdeen and in a cave beneath Dunnottar Castle and features a selection of arrangements of rarely-heard 17th 8th century Gaelic songs as well as original compositions.

 

Once again well done to all the Finalists
Also to our media partners Celtic Music Radio for airing / recording/ advertising The Danny Kyle Open Stage 2017
See you at the place 5 pm tonight ! Liz 

 

Here are the list of Highly Recommended artists who took part:-

Awry  
Balter 
Beth Malcolm
Carma
Eabhal
Eilidh Firth Trio
Elia Davidson
Ellie Ford 
Eriska 
Folky MacFolk Face 
Footerin Aboot 
Harry Harris  
Iona Fyfe & Luc McNally
Kate Kyle  
Noah 
Roelle  Blue
Southside Fiddlers 
The Boys With The Lion Head 
The Rowies
The Step Brothers Music
The Trials of Cato
Trip  
Velvet & Stone 
Yoko Pwno   

 

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Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 15 5th Feb at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 15 5th  Feb  at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Feb 4, 2017

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 15 Saturday 5  Feb 2017
Danny Kyle Open Stage is broadcast live by Celtic Music Radio 5-7 pm and on Archive
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The Meadows –  Carmarthernshire – Wales    Listen Again
Melody Meadows/ Fantasia Meadows / Harvey Meadows/ Titania Meadows
The Meadows play original works, both instrumental and sung, along with fresh interpretations of folk music from various traditions, predominantly drawn from Celtic culture. Their concerts are an ethereal journey of sounds: a fusion of atmospheric, contemplative, emotional textures combined with high-energy, exhilarating folk music which gets people dancing. To date they have played numerous concerts, including charity tours, various festivals and events across the U.K., The Wales Millennium Centre, along with BBC Introducing, international radio airplay, articles in the press including Celtic Life International and Celtic Guide

 


Kate Kyle
– Dumfries  –  Listen Again 
Kate is a young  singer/songwriter based in Dumfries.  Writing songs  soulful country and folk influenced. Kate gigs around her local area performing at Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival / Thornhill Music Festival / Festival of Politics as well as local clubs and events.  Kate has also won awards for her songwriting  and is also out performing as a duo with Elia Davidson.!
She was  the South Scotland finalist for Holyrood Rocks 2015 and went on to compete and perform at Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. This lead onto being asked back to perform as a featured artist, 2016, Festival of Politics. Upcoming performances include, Wee Burns Supper Festival, The Beatles Charity event, Maidens of Music, Arts Festival – Guitar Strings, among others.

 

 

 

An Dha – Brighton –  Listen Again 
Jaya Hanley / Sarah James
“Experience the fire of Scottish Traditional music, the delicacy of classical perfection and the spirit of jazz and the life of the city from Urban Folk Duo An Dh, And Dha means ‘The Two’ in Gaelic, two musicians , a Violin and a Cello, on a journey exploring life and music together.
An Dha are a Fiddle and Cello duo writing and performing folk  music that combines styles and genres to explore the boundaries of contemporary fok music. They formed in 2013 at Trinity Laban Conservatoire after Violinist Jaya Hanley and Cellist Sara James visited the Isle of Skye and were entranced by the beauty and music of the island.  In 2016 they won the London Fiddle Convention Competition, various awards in the St Albans Folk Completion’s and were finalists I the Bath Folk Competition” .

 

Elia Davidson – Dumfries –  Listen Again
Sixteen year old singer songwriter Elia Davidson won the Amnesty International Youth Awards Songwriting Competition in 2015 and was invited to judge this year’s entries in London alongside Ricky Wilson (Kaiser Chiefs) and Neil Amin Smith (Clean Bandit). Merchant City Festival (via Scottish Music Centre), at Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival and at Youth Beatz. In November of 2016, Elia was chosen to play on the Creative Scotland funded Hit the Road tour performing in Dunfermline, Dumfries and Glasgow. In addition to touring, Elia was fortunate to participate in a series of songwriting workshops alongside the likes of Louis Abbott (Admiral Fallow), Findlay Napier, Callum Wiseman (Prides) and Ross Leighton (Fatherson). Elia also performs in a duo along with Kate Kyle!
Elia released her self- titled debut EP on Smart Indie in 2016 and is looking forward to returning to the studio in the summer of 2017 to record her follow up EP.

 

 

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We wish you all a fantastic festival and look forward to catching up with you along the way
Thank you for the support of MusicNewsScotland 

 Any queries  or enquiries regarding the Danny Kyle Open Stage please  contact Liz Clark direct on dkos.info@yahoo.com

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 14 Friday 3rd Feb at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 14 Friday 3rd Feb  at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Feb 3, 2017

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 14 Friday 3 Feb 2017
Danny Kyle Open Stage is broadcast live by Celtic Music Radio 5-7 pm and on Archive
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South Side Fiddlers – Glasgow – www.facebook.com/TheSouthsideFiddlers
Cara Conway /Robbie Fisher /Molly Adams / Mairi Docherty / Katie Maguire / Robyn Haig / Niamh Doohan / Breanna Wilson /Sarah Donaldson / Mhairi MacKenzie / Eve Boyle / Izzy Gillespie / Mairhead Campbell / Anna Gardiner / Catriona Duff
The Southside Fiddlers are an enthusiastic and exciting group of young musicians from Glasgow. They are taught by Louise Hunter who has been running her fiddle school for fifteen years. The group have played at many festivals both at home and away. They delight audiences wherever they go with their mix of Irish and Scottish traditional music and their love of performing.       Listen Again 

 

Foinse – Airdrie – Listen Again 
David Browne / Benedict Morris / Mairi Therese Deighan/ Callum Convoy
Immersed in the Glasgow Irish scene from a young age, Foinse are a group at one with the tradition. Having learned their art through Comhaltas, they have each honed their skills and talents into producing a real taste of Ireland in their music.  All four members are award winning musicians in their own right, having multiple All Ireland medals in their respective instruments: fiddle, flute, piano and bodhran.  While the melodies of their sets are overflowing with tradition, it is the accompaniment that drives their music, giving the audience a truly authentic experience of Traditional Irish Music.

 

Gem Andrews – Berlin  – Listen Again
Singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gem Andrews was born in Liverpool in.  Gem Andrews writes Americana and folk music with an honesty and rawness that takes the listener by surprise and cuts to the quick. Her new album ‘Vancouver’ is a dark and melodious meditation on the forces pushing us from home and pulling us back. Gem and her heartrending tones take us with her on many journeys; across countries, continents and oceans, seamlessly blending the shifting landscapes with the movements of her own heart. Her work is firmly rooted in her beloved Alt. Country and Americana traditions, with influences from Kitty Wells to K.D Lang.

 

 

Awry – Perth  –  Listen Again
Morgan Brown /Markish McNeilly / Alex Urquhart – Taylor / Tim Lane
Birthed from the verdant belly of The Forest arts collective in Edinburgh, the infant awry quickly became known for a very specific and laudacious behavior known as the ‘PSYCHEGAELIC ceilidh…
Awry quickly grew into a strange but precocious child that delights in making mirthy musicals broths twisted together from the woody sound of acoustic instruments, potent electrics and the Gaelic language spoken here north of Hadey ‘s wall …
Awry have a reputation for being able to make people whirl like a dervish and dance like loons but also dream, drift and doodle…

 

 

 

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We wish you all a fantastic festival and look forward to catching up with you along the way
Thank you for the support of MusicNewsScotland 

 Any queries  or enquiries regarding the Danny Kyle Open Stage please  contact Liz Clark direct on dkos.info@yahoo.com

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 12 Thurs 3rd Feb at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 12 Thurs 3rd  Feb  at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Feb 2, 2017

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 13 Thursday 3 Feb 2017
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Cara Davaar  – Buenos Aires – Argentina    – Listen Again
Clara Davaar unifies an eclectic and worldwide energy through her music, as an Opera Singer that has lived, studied and worked in Africa, India & Brazil. She plays the Kora (African Harp), piano, traverse flute and percussion. Through her music you can receive ‘a great inspiration and healing’.
You can listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Io9lBg7X28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieXDIh6jX8A

 

 

Eilidh Firth Trio – Glasgow – Listen Again 
Eilidh Firth / Alistair Paterson / Rachel Wilson
Eilidh Firth is a Glasgow-based fiddle player specialising in Scottish traditional music. Eilidh grew up in Dundee and began playing the violin at the age of six. In 2013, she graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with a Bachelors of Arts in Scottish Music.Eilidh has been a member of the five-piece Scottish folk band ‘Barluath’ since 2011 and has performed at festivals and concerts in Germany, France, Denmark and the USA. She features on two Barluath albums, ‘Source’ (2012) and ‘At Dawn of Day’ (2015). 2016 will see the release of Eilidh s first solo EP ‘Searchlight’ that features Alistair Iain Paterson on piano and Alice Allen on cello. This four track EP showcases some of Eilidh’s own compositions and tunes from the Scottish and American traditions.

 

The Stumblers – Kilmarhock – Listen Again 
Niall O’Flaherty/ Stevie Smuith/ Taylor Buntain/ Glen Robertson / Ruaraidh Quinn
The Stumblers are a modern Scottish Folk Bandk, combining the revered ancestry of Celtic melodies with the lyrical substance of protest-era folk, sprinkled it with the classic instrumentation of gluegrass, and deliver it all with the passion and fire of punk rock.   Nothing can be written to accurately convey the reality of the band in full flow. Their debut album ‘Remarkably Simple For Complex Individuals’ is out now!

 

 

 

Footern’ Aboot – Buckie   – Listen Again 
Calum Jones /Lewis Wiles/ Macaulay Ross/ Rowan Duncan
‘We are Footerin’ Aboot. An up and coming young band of lively lads from Moray.
We perform a jumping upbeat set of traditional tunes, original songs and compositions and the odd popular cover given a celtic twist.  2016 has seen us perform at events such as Speyfest, Belladrum and the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festivals as well as weddings, functions and fundraisers from Grantown to the Black Isle. With Macaulay joining the band earlier this year our performance has moved to the next level and we hope 2017 will see us go onward and upward, perform at more festivals and events, release our debut single  and take our music further afield’.

 

 

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We wish you all a fantastic festival and look forward to catching up with you along the way
Thank you for the support of MusicNewsScotland 

 Any queries  or enquiries regarding the Danny Kyle Open Stage please  contact Liz Clark direct on dkos.info@yahoo.com


 

 

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 12 Wed 1st Feb at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 12 Wed 1st Feb  at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Feb 1, 2017

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 12 Wednesday 1 st Feb
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Avocet – Glasgow –     Listen Again 
Sam Grassie / Herbie Loaning/ Iona Zajac
“Having met through the traditional music scene in Edinburgh and Glasgow at a young age, samaniona decided to combine forces in making contemporary music with a traditional folky feel to it yet also influenced by blues and world music.  Sam’s finger picking guitar style reminds one of the likes of Bert Jansch Joining him are Herbie on double bass, and Iona, whose distinctive vocals are best described as soothing and haunting at the same time”

 

 

Yoko Pwno – – Edinburgh  Listen Again 
Yoko Pwno’s mixture of Scottish trad and electronica has been turning heads and winning fans since their inception in 2013. Fronted by the twin fiddles of Lissa and Lewis, two players steeped in the Edinburgh session scene, the band’s hybrid approach to electronic music recalls everything from elements of techno greats like Juan Atkins through to the ambient-leaning dance of 4tet. Combining an exciting live set with a well executed, original take on the music of their country, Yoko Pwno are an act not to be missed!

 

 

 

 

Murran – Bishopbriggs –  Listen Again
A song writing partnership formed through a chance conversation at work, Carol and Pauline have over the last three years played together at various festival open stages and local open mics/folk venues.  Over the past year they have been focussing on their song writing spending time with and learning from such as Karine Polwart, Findlay Napier, Iain Morrison and other experienced artists. Carol is mid-way through a Masters degree in songwriting at the University of the West of Scotland under the watchful eye of David Scott (The Pearlfishers) and one of her recent songs was played on The Janice Forsyth show on BBC Radio Scotland and also been a guest on Ross MacFadyen’s show on Celtic Music Radio earlier in the year. Pauline and Carol are developing as a duo, experimenting with different instrument/vocal combinations and are excited to see what 2017 brings Murran’s way.

 

 

Terry Balfour – Band – Glasgow –  Listen Again 
For the past few years Terry has enjoyed playing Mandolin, Guitar and singing with Gaelic, Folk /Americana group Macanta. Throughout his musical journey with Macanta, Terry has been afforded the privilege of playing on such programs as BBC Rapal, Tadio Nan Gaidmeal, Gun Sgott and playin various Festivals which encompass the Celtic genre>   Terry has agsorbed many different musical styles while playing in a rich diversity of rock, jazz and folk ensambles.  He has utilised His comprehensive musical talent and performed with a range of artists such as Christine Bovill and Skippinish.  Last hear released a rock single, he now wishes to channel his experiences into more diverse work which is more fitting to the Folk Fusion Market!

 

 

 

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We wish you all a fantastic festival and look forward to catching up with you along the way
Thank you for the support of MusicNewsScotland 

 Any queries  or enquiries regarding the Danny Kyle Open Stage please  contact Liz Clark direct on dkos.info@yahoo.com

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 11 Tues 31st Jan at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 11 Tues 31st Jan at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Feb 1, 2017

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 11 Tuesday 31  Jan
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Eabhal – Glasgow    –    Listen Again
Hamish Hepburn/ Megan MacDonald / Jamie MacDonald / Nicky Kirk
Eabhal are four young musicians who met and began making music together on the Outer-Hebrides’ Isle of Uist. Playing folk and traditional music from Scotland, Ireland, Asturias and further alongside self-penned tunes and Gaelic songs, they produce a melting pot of sound representative of their very different backgrounds.   Since the release of their self-titled E.P the band have toured throughout Scotland and England and taken their music over to Europe with plans set to return later this year.

 

 

Joseph Miller  –  Paisley    – Listen Again 
Joseph Miller is a singer and songwriter based in Glasgow, Scotland.  In 2012 he started playing small shows around London where he was living and working at the time. In early 2014 he independently released an acoustic collection of songs titled The ‘One-Take’ sessions. The tracks were originally recorded as demos in one take with just an acoustic guitar and vocal. The release was praised by several online blogs who celebrated his striking voice and emotive lyrics. In November of 2014 Joseph was personally selected by Christina Perri (‘Jar of Hearts’/’A Thousand Years’) to open for her on the Glasgow stop of her ‘Head or Heart Tour’.  He has also opened for Stu Larsen, Tom Speight and Into The Ark as well as many of Glasgow’s very own rising talent – Mick Hargan, Sharon Martin and Panic Anchor. Not only has he opened for artists of such high calibre but he has headlined many of Glasgow’s most iconic venues – King Tuts, o2 ABC2, QMU, The Old Hairdressers, The Glad Café and most recently Cottiers Theatre.

 

Daisy Doherty – Glasgow –   Listen Again
Is a 19 year old singer song writer based in Glasgow. Although, I had been writing songs for years, I only began to perform them properly in 2016 – really letting my passion for music, and my talent for it, flourish. My music and song writing is based primarily around my voice, which throughout the years has developed into its own unique style. It is clear my songs are rooted in folk music through the stories that are told within them, however to the ear they appear to have a slightly soulful twist.  2016 was an exciting for me, and gave me the opportunity to play in some of Glasgow’s great music venues: The Old Hairdressers, Broadcast, Record Factory, and the Hug n’ Pint to name but a few. I look forward to more exciting and musical times ahead in 2017.

 

 

Jamie Quinn & Ayden Murray –  Glasgow       – Listen Again
After playing together for several years at various sessions across Glasgow, Jamie and Ayden have decided to take their relationship to the next level and form a duo with a previously unheard of level of physics knowledge. Both studying at Glasgow University, Jamie towards a PhD in Maths and Ayden towards an BEng in Electronics and Software Engineering, the duo first met as part of the university’s Folk Music Group, playing at concerts including Celtic Connections on Campus and Oxjam. As a duo, playing a combination of self-written compositions and both modern and traditional session tunes from all over Scotland, Ireland and Canada, Jamie and Ayden have been part of events including the university’s yearly evening concert and Glasgow’s very first Kale Festival

 

 

 

 

Tom Vevers   Glasgow  – Listen Again 
writes music about love, life, loss and personal experiences combining witty, poetic and story-driven lyrics; catchy, attention-grabbing melodies and a strong, emotive and unique Scottish voice to create memorable music that buries itself in the mind of the listener. Tom’s approach to songwriting is unique in its vulnerability; his ‘heart on the sleeve’ approach draws people in, making his live performances intense, emotional “pin drop” affairs.  He has been performing for several years and has been gaining considerable attention within the Scottish music scene. He has had his music featured on several radio stations, online blogs, performed at various festivals and performed on several Scottish music television programs including Rapal TV for BBC ALBA and the Riverside Show (now Live At Five) for STV Glasgow. More recently, Tom performed his first London show at the Roundhouse in Camden as part of Rising Sounds 2016 and has continued to build his audience with sell out shows at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Broadcast and Nice N Sleazys. Work has begun on Tom’s new recording. ‘Exactly What You Need Right Now’ is scheduled for release in 2017 with production work handled by Tom and Robbie Orr, a Glasgow-based musician and producer. The album will convey the raw, immersive and emotional performances that Tom achieves in his live shows , and will be supported by a series of launch shows and performances throughout the year towards the recording’s release.  2017 looks set to be another exciting year for Tom and his music.

 

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We wish you all a fantastic festival and look forward to catching up with you along the way
Thank you for the support of MusicNewsScotland 

 Any queries  or enquiries regarding the Danny Kyle Open Stage please  contact Liz Clark direct on dkos.info@yahoo.com

 


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