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Day 13 of The Danny Kyle Open Stage Thursday 1st Feb 2018 – Live from the Exhibition Hall 5-7pm

Tune in to Celtic Music Radio 5-7 every day to listen to ‘Tomorrow’s Talent Today’ from the Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections 2018 on their 25 Anniversary

You can also listen again on Archive Site 


Pure Dynamic Strings   Listen again on Archive Link
Lynette Beaton –Keybord Vox /Gillian Grant – Violin 1 /Ari Loughin – Double Bass /Enrico Mazzoni – Violin 2 /Luke Anderson – Guitar / Roan Anderson Drums –Cajon
We are an eclectic string ensemble and session band who cover a variety of genres including contemporary, classical, traditional Scottish, folk and our own material which is mostly written by our keyboard player, Lynette Beaton. We started off as a string quartet but wanted to enhance the sound and texture of our music by adding guitar and drums. This utelised the string sound so we were able to cover an array of music in a more individual way.We have performed at a number of venues in and around Inverclyde and Glasgow and have just recorded two demo tracks for promotional purposes and applications. Our aim is to cover and perform original material and songs people love in a unique way to suit our vibe and style. We love performing and making music and we hope this comes across in both our audio and visual recordings


Ceithir – Listen again on Archive Link 
Are four youngsters aged between 15 and 18 who came to Feis F ( The Geis that covered Stirling/ Falkirk and Clackmannan areas) Between 2012 and 2014 as complete beginners , to learn the Clarsach.   They firs played together as a quartet in Jun last year and have been recording along the way . Some of the girls are still at school and some have started college. The Feish  Fhorit Committee know that is pretty special to have four such talented you Clarsach  players at the same time and hope that they will keep developing together as a quartet for many years to come



Ceitidh Mac  -Kate McLeod & Will Hammond – Newcastle
Listen again on Archive Link
Ceitidh Mac is a cello player and singer, who combines the belly-warming tones of the cello with her voice, communicating through an honest and intriguing take on songwriting. Like two voices, singing and cello blend together, accompanied by Will Hammond on Vibraphone and percussion. With a combination of improvisation and arrangements, playing original material as well as a creative mixture folk and traditional music, they produce a distinctive combination of sounds; transfixing their audience.Having met in Newcastle in 2015 through both being involved in the music scene, Ceitidh(Kate) and Will have continued to play together and create a mesmerising live atmosphere


The White Feather Collective  Listen again on Archive Link 
Josh Lambe / Will Turner / Chris Raynolds / Roo MacPhee
We are The White Feather Collective. We are a British 4 piece Surf / Psych band based in Malvern, at the heart of the English countryside. The band consists of drums, bass, electric guitar and vocals / acoustic guitar / harmonica The band is able to present a high-energy performance, incorporating many aspects that made the late 1960s the golden era for music. The sound of band could be considered close to that of “The Rolling Stones”, “The Doors”, “Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac” and perhaps “The Black Keys” The White Feather Collective aims to boast an immersive, life changing live set; along with well considered recordings that take elements from an era of music where it didn’t matter what one looked like. The band would like to tour the world encouraging expression through art and music, leaving a lasting impression on all that come across us.




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