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Danny Kyle Open Stage live from The Spiegletent at The Spree Wednesday 18th  Oct 5-6pm

Celtic Music Radio are broadcasting live from the Danny Kyle Open Stage at The Spree 5 – 6pm
From The Spiegletent in Gilmour Street in Danny’s home town of Paisley 

Sat 14 / Mon 16 / Tues 17 / Wed 18 / Fri 20 and Finalist Showcase Sun 22 Oct 2017
Bringing you the music of  three up and coming talented acts at each performance!
Or drop in and see us ! 

The Event is Free!

 

Anton and The Colts – Airdrie    Listen Again 
Anton O’Donnell / Roscoe Wilson / John Dunlop / Dillon Haldane / Anne Dunlop
Anton
will play an acoustic gig himself at DKOS today but the full band will be playing later tonight as part of SpreeForAll at the Festival Club – The Swan
Their ace combination of rock swagger, blues groove, and the rough and tumble of Americana is one few Scottish bands can match.” The Music Brewery  The ATC sound draws on numerous influences: the pristine vocal harmonies of country and bluegrass, raucous bluesy guitars, the tight swinging rhythms of classic soul and funk with Anton’s sweet smokey growl accompanied by tales of love, regret, addiction, good times, bad times and everything in-between.The miles travelled and the countless hours of stage time has helped shape a sound that takes many twists and turns during their live set. It’s a journey of sound and emotion that they hope to capture and recreate with their debut album due for release late winter ’17.

 

Kieran Sinclair & Friends – Glasgow   Listen Again 
Kieran is perhaps best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the Glasgow-based folk band, Papa Shandy & The Drams. With over ten years of experience in the live music scene, Kieran has garnered attention from music fans and industry professionals alike with his distinctly unique smoky voice. An accomplished musician and multi-instrumentalist, he specialises in guitar and banjo and gives his focus to the raw details of folk singing and playing. ​ Having grown up in the Lanarkshire area of Central Scotland, Kieran has been heavily influenced by his working-class upbringing and expresses this through his music. His debut solo album, Hard Times, sings of past, present, and future concerns from a political and socio-economic standpoint and both his original songs and traditional covers lament on themes of injustice, poverty, and inequality in our world. ​ Kieran has been featured showcasing his talent in a number of bands in the past including ex-Teenage Fanclub member Paul Quinn’s, The Primary Five, and traditional Scottish ceilidh band, Luan. With his band, Papa Shandy & The Drams, he has headlined Eden Festival, Southside Fringe Festival, Strathyre Music Festival, and Loch Lomond Folk Festival. He has performed at a number of well-respected music venues in the UK including Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, O2 ABC,

 

Bobby Deans  – Glasgow  – Listen Again 
The original travelling minstrel Bobby Deans travelled round Europe honing his craft  and writing the songs about life and choices, from Prague, Paris, Rome, London and countless other cities, busking and playing in small clubs.  He has played in bands and is now concentrating on a solo career gigging extensively throughout Glasgow and Scotland at large. He has recently released an new EP Four Generations available on 

 

 

 

Danny Kyle 1939-1998

 

Some of the Acts will also be performing longer sets at The Spree For All – Festival Club in The Swan later
in the evening