Saturday 4th Feb live on www.celticmusicradio.net and 95fm in the fair city of Glasgow
Live from Admiral Street Studio 11 am to 5pm at Celtic Connections from 20 January to 5 February 2017
From 11am – 5pm Local and international artists with music / interviews / chat
From 5-7 Live from The Danny Kyle Open Stage – any enquires re DKOS email Liz at email@example.com
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11am John Malcolm
Stalwart of the Scottish music folks scene John brings a rich story and teller of tales through his music and song. From his many years with the folk group Cruachan with a highly recommended ‘Loose Change’ album to his duo with storyteller and author Stuart McHardy, and his solo performances, not to mention being a valued member of The Lanarkshire Song Writers Group and their CD releases. John also works with children in schools under the New Makars Trust ensuring that generations of children know where the stories and songs come from and encouraging them to learn, to write their owns songs ensuring that the music continues and grows.
Davy Lees / Lesley Thompson / Stuart McQueen
Freereelin’ are a feisty ceilidh band playing ‘across Fife, Tayside, Stirlingshire, Perthshire, West Lothian and beyond, Freereelin’ are a 3-piece group of experienced musicians whose passion is for great music, energy and fun.’ All have and play in different amalgamations and groups over the years and bring rich blend of their musicality, humour and passion to lively trio. From weddings to Ceilidhs, corporate to concerts they can get folks dancing in the aisles and singing along to well kent songs.
1pm Les Vieux
Bill Macaulay / Ely Farrelly / Sandy Semeonoff
Cajan comes to Glasgow in the form of local group Les Vieux. Strutting out their music so that if you close your eyes you are transported to the Louisiana Boyous. Gigging in and around Glasgow are a firm favourite of lovers of Cajan music as well as collecting new recruits along the way.
2pm Lizabett Russo Trio Appearing at Celtic Connections 4 Feb The Mackintosh Church along with 3Hattrio
Scotland-based singer-songwriter Lizabett Russo stands out in the most cluttered of genres, marked out by her Romanian heritage and her wealth of travelling experience. She brings a diverse and eclectic range of influences to her tracks, which move from traditional acoustic ballads to up-tempo jazz – and just about everything else in between. In 2013, Lizabett self-released her EP entitled The Traveller’s Song Gigging extensively through the UK from clubs to the Cambridge Folk Festival and supporting such acts as Rachel Sermanni, Rozi Plain, Tim Edey and Trembling Bells .
3pm Adam McCulloch
Well renowned local singer Adam McCulloch brings his rich deep seated Scottish traditional music to the fore in his performances and song writing, blended seamlessly with his distinctive gypsy jazz and bluegrass influences with his trio. With a well received and critically acclaimed debut CD ‘In These Times’ firmly placing him, either as a solo artist or with his trio, on the Scottish folk scene calendar from festivals to folk clubs.
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