Studio Guest – Peter MacCalman of PM Music – Acoustic Affair on with Iain Copland ‘The Phat Controller’ 10 till midnight.

Studio Guest – Peter MacCalman of PM Music – Acoustic Affair on with Iain Copland ‘The Phat Controller’ 10 till midnight.

Apr 25, 2017

 

Iain’s Programme ‘ The Phat Controller’ Tuesday 25 April 2017 10 till midnight will have Peter of  PM Music – Acoustic Affair in the studio for catch up and chat. 

 

 

 

Peter MacCalman of Acoustic Affair are celebrating 15 years this year of bringing music to a wide audience!
Held in venues throughout Glasgow, the event provides a platform for songwriters – who have something to say!

‘Over the last few years Glasgow’s Acoustic Affair has provided a platform for some great Scottish talent, supporting both artists who are already established and admired, and a fair few whom Peter has introduced to us, and who’ve gone on to become great favourites on the radio show.’
Iain Anderson, BBC Radio Scotland

‘The Acoustic Affair gigs are a rare opportunity for artists to perform their songs as they were meant to be heard… with passion and power. I’m a big fan of these acoustic shows.’
Billy Sloan, Radio Clyde/ Daily Record

 

Up and coming gigs at Acoustic  Affairs in Glasgow:-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May
2 – Calan at Cottiers – along with Calm Doon and Dave Hughes
6-   Aidan Smith   Along with Parallel Lights/ Jamie McAulay Band/ Gazing and Ross Mitchell
7 – Rab Noakes – Cottiers – Kathleen MacInnes Innes Watson
11  Tina May & Brian Kellock – Websters Theatre –  Celebrate meeting of  Ella Fitzgerald & Oscar Peterson

 

 

 

 

 

 

June
2-  Fischer-Z– Oran Mor 
4 – Adam Beattie – Hug & Pint (part of West End Festival)
6 – The Dime Notes  -Websters Theatre
17 – Sketch – Classic Grand
 

 

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Studio Guests – Allan Taylor and Lauren McCrory – Monday 24 April 2017 12 – 2pm

Studio Guests – Allan Taylor and Lauren McCrory – Monday 24 April 2017 12 – 2pm

Apr 20, 2017

 

 

Studio Guest Allan Taylor on ‘Coffee With A Danish’ with Eva Lees  on Monday 24 April 2017 12 – 2pm
Studio Guest Lauren McCrory on David Marks ‘Sounds Irish’ Monday 24 April 2017  10 pm – midnight

 

 

 

Allan Taylor – the last of the ‘travelling troubadours’ who has regaled us with his stunning singing and songwriting  for over 45 years! Has toured the world from folk clubs to festival halls to  the largest festivals in the world – vividly bringing to life his stories, travels and tales in well crafted words and music. From his first album in 1971 to his 30 th in 2016 Allan has built up a large fan base world wide, luckily he show no sign of slowing down any time soon.  He is a mentor  up and coming artists as well as having  a Master of Arts and a Doctor of Philosophy and Music and is often asked to host Master –class / seminar / workshops on songwriitng .

 

Appearing :-
April 2017
Sun 23 –  Milngavie Folk Club 0 Fraser Centre Douglas St Milngavie
Mon 24 –  Stirling Folk Club – Stirling RFC Bridgehough  Park
Tues 25 – Balerno Folk Club – Balerno Bowling Club  5 Ladlycroft.
From 4 – 20 May Allan is touring in Germany
His Songs have been covered by artists such as :- Alex Campbell / Braebach/ Geraldine MacGowan / Maartin Allcock / Hank Walters / John Wright / The Fureys /  Tom McConville  / Stocktons Wing / Gaberlunzie / Nana Mouskouri / Frankie Miller / Tony Capstick / Don Williams / The Clydesiders /  Fairport Convention /  Johnny Silvo / Barbara Dickson / De Dannan / The Clancy Brothers /  The Poozies / Rosa’s Daughters /  Bobby Eaglesham  – to name but a FEW

 

Disography :-
There Was A Time (2016) / All Is One (2013) / Down The Years I Travelled… (2012) / In The Groove (2010) / Songs For The Road (2010) Leaving At Dawn (2009) / Old Friends – New Roads (2007)  Hotels & Dreamers (2003) / Out Of Time – Remastered (2002)  /Banjoman – Derroll Adams Tribute (2002) / Colour To The Moon (2000) / Alex Campbell Tribute Concert (1997) / Looking For You (1996) /  Faded Light (1995)  / So Long (1993)  /Out Of Time (1991) Lines (1988)  /Win Or Lose (1984)  /Circle Round Again (1983)  Roll On The Day (1980) /The Traveller (1978) / Cajun Moon (1976) / The American Album (1973) / The Lady (1971)/  Sometimes (1971)

 

Guest on David Marks ‘Sounds Irish’ at 10pm is Laurene McCory 

Lauren from Tyrone is already making quite a name for herself in her native Ireland.  From winning local singing competitions and her on the road touring throughout Ireland , also taking part in ‘Country Ladies Of The Moment’ tour.  
Winner of the prestigious  Glór Tíre  2017 competition on Sunday 16 April 2017 this young 20 year old is set on a musical journey . So listen in to David and see what this talented young artist has in store for old and new fans alike!

 

 

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Interview with Southern Halo on Stewart Fenwick’s Celtic Country Sunday 16 April 12-2 pm

Interview with  Southern Halo  on  Stewart Fenwick’s Celtic Country Sunday 16 April 12-2 pm

Apr 14, 2017

 

 

On this Sunday’s Celtic Country, I’ll be talking with Southern Halo  , who popped into Celtic Music Radio on their recent visit to Glasgow,

 

 

 

 

Christina, Natalia and Hannah are from the blues town of Cleveland, deep in the Mississippi Delta. Although they were raised on their blues, Nashville came calling, and in 2014, they were finalists at the Texaco Country Showdown at The Ryman (the traditional home of The Grand Ole Opry).

They have a modern Country pop sound, and have picked up lots of airplay on both sides of the Atlantic with their recent radio singles including the catchy “Little White Dress”, “Rewind” and their latest   release“Living Like That”. All from their self titled debut album.

Stewart Fenwick’s Celtic Country Sunday 16 April 12-2 pm

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Guest – Alasdair  and Ross of ‘WHɎTE’ on Travels With My Auntie Liz Tues 11th April 8-10pm

Guest – Alasdair  and Ross of ‘WHɎTE’ on Travels With My Auntie Liz Tues 11th April 8-10pm

Apr 11, 2017

 

 

Join Auntie Liz with Alasdair and Ross on Travels With My Auntie Liz 8-10 pm Tues 11 April
Who will bring you up to date on what they are doing and their tour starting on 13 April

 

 

 

Alasdair C Whyte
Brought up on the Inner Hebridean island of Mull within a family of musicians and singers, Alasdair was involved in traditional music from a young age. His principal musical interests lie in interpreting traditional Gaelic songs and composing original music and song.

 

 

 

 

Ross Whyte
Ross Whyte is a Glasgow-based composer, originally from Aberdeen. He completed a PhD at the University of Aberdeen where his field of research was concerned with impermanence in audio-visual intermedia and headphone-specific composition.

 

 

 

 

 

WHɎTE is a collaboration between electronic composer and musician, Ross Whyte and Gaelic singer-songwriter, Alasdair Whyte.
The collaboration began as a commission by the organisation Ceòl ‘s Craic to bring together artists from the fields of electronic and traditional music for a live performance.  Taking inspiration from Alasdair’s research interest in 17th- and 18th- century Gaelic song and poetry, the duo began working on new ambient electronic arrangements of several rarely-heard songs as well as original compositions.  Their music has 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’s debut release – ‘Fairach’  was recorded in the late summer of 2016 at the University of Aberdeen and in a cave beneath Dunnottar Castle and ‘Album of The Week on CMR in December 2016. WHɎTE were also finalists at The Danny Kyle Open Stage at The Spree 2016 in October – unfortunately, their album launch was the same night as their Album Launch.  They went on to get a ‘Danny’ at this years Celtic Connections – again they could not pick up their bottle of bubbly! BUT they will receive their certificates and bubbly on ‘Travels With My Auntie Liz’ !

Tour :-
April
13 An Tobar Mull
May
6    Blackwells Bookshop Edinburgh (Trad Fest)
13  Braemar Gallery
20  The Anatomy Rooms Aberdeen
21  Cellar 35 Aberdeen
June
1    The Glad Café – Glasgow
4    The Stove Dumfries
8    The Hug & Pint Glasgow
17  CCA Glasgow (Ceol Craic)

 

‘Fairich’ tracs:-
1. Gaoir (Wall)
2.Fuaim an Taibh (The Ocean’s Sound)
3. Leis a’ Bhata (Black Oaken Boat)
4. Fairich
5. An Lair Dhonn (The Brown Mare)
6. Cumha Ni Mhic Raghnaill (The Sister’s Lament)
7. Cionran (Melancholia)

 

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Guests on Celtic Music Radio on Monday 10th April 2017

Guests on Celtic Music Radio on Monday 10th April 2017

Apr 8, 2017

 

Guests on Celtic Music Radio on Monday 10 April 2017
The Late Bloomers  on ‘Coffee With A Danish’ With Eva Lees 12 – 2pm  
Eamonn  Jackson   on  ‘ Sounds Irish’ With David Marks  10pm till midnight

 

 

 

The Late Bloomers
Gerda Pickin and Cathy Frank first met through Stranraer Folk Club, and started playing and singing together in 2000. Both have roots in traditional folk music, but with influences as disparate as The Beatles, The Band, The McGarrigles and (no The) Eels! Gerda is originally from California but has lived in the UK for many years, while Cathy is an exiled Yorkshirewoman with Merseyside undertones, but both have made their home in Scotland’s south-west corner.  Between them playing guitar, banjo and concertina (though not all at the same time), they  perform a range of styles which include blues, bluegrass, traditional folk, Americana and some self-penned material, but always with the same tight arrangements with the accent on vocal and musical harmony. They have played in venues from Inverness to the English Midlands, in folk clubs and concert halls, pubs and cafes, and even in the bandstand in Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens!

 

Eamonn Jackson, a new young Irish country singer, launches not only a new Record Album but also a new Professional Backing Band. For several years now, this recently new young Breffni singer has been wooing the hearts of a hoard of loveable country dancing ladies and patrons in his home County of Cavan and surrounding regions – with his vibrant show of Old and New Country & Irish dance tunes.
Such is the success of this versatile young singer that he has been attracting huge dancing crowds to date, and furthermore, these dancers have hailed him locally as The Midnight Cowboy.
New single out ‘Trailer Hitch’

David Marks & Eamonn Jackson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Studio Guest – Tia McGraff on Celtic Country with Stewart Fenwick 9th April 12 -2pm

Studio Guest – Tia McGraff on Celtic Country with Stewart Fenwick 9th April 12 -2pm

Apr 8, 2017

 

 

 

This week on Celtic Country, ahead of her Celtic Music Radio House Concert on Monday May 1st, I’ll be chatting to Canadian singer songwriter Tia McGraff and her husband Tommy Parham,

 

 

 

Tia’s incisive and sparkling Americana/Country albums have brought her deserved praise with one critic describing her as a “female Gordon Lightfoot with the stage presence and voice of an angel”.
With Scottish/Transylvanian roots running through her songwriting and voice, Tia’s talent is haunting and soul-gripping.
Her 2015 album release, Crazy Beautiful, produced several hits on the Hotdisc Charts in Europe, including Baby’s Got A Banjo & Wing Walker.

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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