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Win tickets to see Charlie Landsborough at Eastwood

Country music legend Charlie Landsborough is touring the UK, and will be playing at Eastwood Park theatre, Giffnock, later this month. We have already given tickets for his Greenock gig to some luckily listeners; now we have tickets for the Eastwood show.

All you have to do is enter a simple competition and you could win 2 tickets.
Winners are :-  Michelle Goodman Billy Ballansley  Jacqueline Smyth
Congratulations !

Thank you to all who took part


To enter, visit this web page link  answer a simple question, and leave your contact details.
Closing date for this competition is Wednesday 31st October.Good luck.


Isabel McCue MBE is Janice Ross’s guest on Scotspeak 18:00 on Tuesday 23rd October.

Scots’ Speak guest this week is the wonderful Isabel McCue MBE, founder of Theatre Nemo who uses the Arts to improve the lives of those affected by mental illness, loneliness and isolation. A tireless campaigner, Isabel’s dream is to establish a holistic centre in Glasgow which will offer creative space to use the Arts as well as hosting a network of support agencies which are needed to help people live a happy and dignified existence where they feel they are making a positive contribution to their family, community and society.

Isabel was awarded ‘Outstanding Women in Scotland 2018’ by the Women’s Library on Saturday 20th October 2018

Sat 20th Showcase of The Danny Stage at The Old Swan Inn Paisley 15- 20th Oct as part of The Spree for All 2018 2-4pm

Saturday 20th 2-4pm  Showcase of The Danny Stage at The Old Swan Inn Paisley 15- 20th Oct as part of The Spree for All 2018
Danny Kyle Stage at The Old Swan Inn Smithhills St, Paisley PA1 1EB
As Part of The Spree for All from The Spree Festival Paisley
All who appeared on The Danny Kyle Stage are WINNERS!
6 acts are chosen as finalists to perform a Showcase – giving them the ‘puddy up’ that Danny used to do for
up and coming artists!!
Will be recorded and Podcast at a later date on Celtic Music Radio              

Not in Running order !

Matthew Gibb – Glasgow – 
Matthew Gibb is a young singer-songwriter from the Southside of  Glasgow. Over the last several  years he’s been performing covers and playing his own material at numerous and varied functions and events. He also busks. He has played live on Radio 1 and on many local Glasgow stations and has appeared on STV Glasgow. Matthew has a voice that just has to be heard. His love of music goes beyond singing to playing acoustic, electric, and bass guitar, drums, keyboard, ukulele and mandolin. Matthew enjoys playing to small audiences in cafés and bars but is also equally comfortable performing in front of thousands. He headlined at The Classic Grand back in July and had release an EP

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Studio Guest – Charlie Landsborough – Sun 21st on Stewart Fenwick’s Celtic Country 12-2pm.

Studio Guest – Charlie Landsborough – Sun 21 st on Stewart Fenwick’s Celtic Country 12-2pm.

On this Sunday’s Celtic Country, Stewart chats with singer-songwriter Charlie Landsborough, who begins his 16 date Farewell Scottish tour this week. 

Charlie started singing professionally in the 1970s, although his major success did not come until 1994 with his song “What Colour is the Wind”. He is one of the UK’s top country acts and is also popular in Ireland,

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Celtic Music Radio’s final House Concert of the year will feature the gifted singer, songwriter and musician, Alan Reid, a founding member of The Battlefield Band.

His solo show at the station’s Admiral Street studios in Glasgow takes place on Tuesday, November 20.

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Studio Guest – Claire Hastings – Tues 16th Oct on ‘Travels With My Auntie Liz’ 8-10pm

Studio Guest – Claire Hastings – Tues 16  Oct on ‘Travels With My Auntie Liz’ 8-10pm
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Claire Hastings will be dropping in to see Auntie Liz to play a few tunes, let her know about her new CD due out in January , what else she has been up to this year and her tour!

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Craig & Willoughby House Concert Cancelled

We are sorry to report that the Craig & Willoughby House Concert planned for Tuesday, October 16, has been cancelled.

Please accept our apologies.

Dr. Marianne McAra is Janice Ross’s guest on Scotspeak 18:00 on Tuesday 16th October.

Scots’ Speak guest this week is Edinburgh raised but Glasgow based, Dr. Marianne McAra, Research Fellow at Glasgow School of Art who lives in the stunning Beresford building on Sauchiehall Street. Marianne began her professional life as a carpenter and stage-designer, and music was always an inspiration. Learning to play the violin at the age of four, she practised through her grades until she was introduced to fiddle music and has never looked back. A big fan of Shooglenifty, she loves the sound, style and freedom of fiddle playing and is hoping to become a member of Glasgow Folk-Music Workshop some-day soon.




I met JP Harris when he was hosting his Sunday Morning Coming Down event in East Nashville’s Gallatin Avenue in September, described correctly as “an afternoon of gumbo and good times.”

There are more good times to be savoured, courtesy of JP, on this hugely impressive and engaging album – it is quite brilliant in places. He has come up with a set of up-tempo fliers as well as thought-provoking lower-key songs, underpinned by warming and honest vocals, and a jubilant band who sit at his shoulder throughout, cajoling and encouraging the gleeful flow of his first release for four years.

His lifelong dedication and love of country and honky tonk tones are clear, reflecting as well his informative, itinerant days that involved hitchhiking and hopping freight trains while eking out a living in various ways – farm labourer, a shepherd living with the Navajo, woodsman and carpenter.

JP’s Florida Blues #1 is a dust raising, foot stomper to set things off, as is Jimmy’s Dead And Gone, which closes the album. In between, the range of styles is beguiling. You will never tire of listening to Lady In The Spotlight and its aching observation that a hopeful, small town girl seeking fame through her music would, sadly, more likely need to use her body to get what she wants. Never more topical.

Long Ways Back would grace any Willie Nelson album while the swoonsome, I Only Drink Alone, reveals JP to be quite the crooner with a sparkling piano break adding to the lustre. Languid and hypnotic is Runaway with a drum shuffle sprinkled with spikey guitar and lush harmonies. Miss Jeanne-Marie, with its gentle piano-based balladry, had me waiting for the Silver Bullet band to kick in. The beating-the-bottle confession of When I Quit Drinking is self-explanatory but it flows out with no little measure of dry humour.

JP Harris has delivered an album that is uplifting and emotional, dive bar boisterous, and full of heart – this is one hell of a collection. He is still in demand as a carpenter and he considers himself a carpenter who writes country songs – not a country singer. To me it is clear he is excellent at both.



Studio Guest- Rachel Harrington – Sun 14th Oct 12-2pm on Celtic Country with Stewart Fenwick

Studio Guest- Rachel Harrington – Sun 14 th Oct 12-2pm on Celtic Country with Stewart Fenwick
On this week’s Celtic Country, Stewart Fenwick talks with singer songwriter Rachel Harrington, who was in Fife and Dunoon this week as part of a UK tour.
Rachel was performing material from her widely lauded back catalogue, interspersed with selections from her new covers set I Wish I Was In Austin, and previewing songs from her much anticipated Hush The Wild Horses album, which Rachel is currently working on and is due for release in 2019.

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