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Live from Celtic Music Radio Studio, Admiral Street . Sat 28th Jan 11 am to 5 pm at Celtic Connections 2017

Live from Celtic Music Radio  Studio, Admiral Street . Sat 28 Jan – 11 am to 5 pm at Celtic Connections from 20 January to 5 February 2017
From 11am – 5pm Lo
cal and international artists with music / interviews / chat

From 5-7 Live from The Danny Kyle Open Stage   – any enquires re DKOS email Liz at dkos.info@yahoo.com 
While correct at time of printing alterations or amendments may occur 


11am Ozere    – Ozere from Canada appearing at Celtic Connections with  Emily Smith & Jamie McClennan 28 Jan GRCH
‘Canada’s self-styled “urban chamber folk” quintet Ozere have won comparisons with such UK bands as Spiro and Leveret, meshing classical and traditional idioms in material ranging from US spirituals to Carpathian dances’.



12pm  Brighde Chaimbeul
2016 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award recipient, the Isle of Skye’s Brighde Chaimbeul Is Appearing with Mischa Macpherson – who received a ‘Danny’ in 2014 –  at Celtic Connections on Saturday 28 Jan at The National Piping Centre 





1pm Adam Holms and The Embers
Appearing at Celtic Connections 28 Jan at Oran Mor 2/ 3 February at The Mitchell Theatre And will be on Eddi Reader’s spring tour in April/ May 2017






2pm Ben Joe & Phil   Appearing at Celtic Connections 2017
“Jump into the creek and take an invigorating swim with Ben Hunter, Joe Seamons and Phil Wiggins presenting their swirling musical whirlpool of pre-war American roots music!”
After meeting at the crossroads of blues and folk music in the Pacific Northwest, Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons established themselves as a duo after their first year at the Pt. Townsend Acoustic Blues Festival in 2012. Delving deeper into their shared love of traditional and communal American musical styles, they developed their sound by adapting the arrangements of luminaries such as Blind Willie McTell to their main instruments: fiddle and banjo and are joined by Phil Wiggins  to make an even bigger statement 


3pm Tomfoolery  
Tom Fairnie is an Edinburgh-based poet/singer/songwriter who, along with his wife Jane, has a rich background of performance and recorded collaborations with other poets and musicians. In July 2014 Tom and Jane invited singer/poet/presenter Madelaine Cave and singer/guitarist Graham





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