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Aug 11

Studio Guest Peter Daldry – Sun 20th Aug with Eva Lees ‘ A Coffee With A Danish’

Studio Guest Peter Daldry – Sun 20th Aug with Eva Lees ‘ A Coffee With A Danish’

Peter Daldry is a Traditional singer/songwriter from Clydebank, Scotland. Peter is currently a resident of the Bay area of California for the past 23 years.

Peter plays Scottish and Irish festivals and concert halls on the west coast of the U.S.A.

Past and current performing highlights include opening sets for well known traditional Scottish acts Old Blind Dogs, Tony McManus and Ken Campbell and Lynsey Aitken as well as performing and mcing for a Battlefield Band concert years ago. He has done floor spots at the Star Folk club several times and at the Wee Folk Club in Edinburgh. Last year he opened a show for Aaron Jones and Siobhon Miller at the Star Folk Club. This year August 22nd 2017 Peter will do an opening set for Jim Malcolm.

A huge honour was performing ‘ The Star Spangled Banner’  for the San Francisco Giants Baseball team in front of 45,000 fans in 2007. Peter was nominated in the 12 annual Independent Music Awards of 2013 for his acapella performance of Billy Connolly’s ‘I Wish I Was In Glasgow’. A prestigious online international awards program that gets top ranked independent artists recognition, it covered six continents and 80 countries.

Peter has released to date, 3 full length albums and a 5 track EP

5 track ep – ‘ For My Love’ 2004, ‘Familiar Roads’ 2007, ‘Under A Leaden Sky’, 2012 and ‘The Sands Of Life’ 2015

Peter is looking forward to playing some music and seeing friends and family again. When not playing music, Peter works with Special needs young adults which he has done for the past 18 years. 

By Eva Lees

Scottish Gig :-
Tues Aug 22 nd Support for Jim Malcolm  at The Star Folk Club Glasgow

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Aug 10

Piping Live 2017 – Live from Piping Live Festival Club 10- 1am – Mon 7 – Fri 11 Aug

Celtic Music Radio are once again proud to be broadcasting live from Piping Live Festival Club 10 – 1am
Monday 7 – Friday 11  
As part of Piping Live 2017 
From The Piping Centre , 30-34 McPhater Street, Glasgow G4 0HW

Live from the Festival Club at The Piping Centre  :-
MONDAY  7 Aug Cuncordia a Launeddas /  Eriska  /  The Islay Sessioners
TUESDAY 8 Aug Mladá Dudácká Muzika /  Nova Musa / David Shedden   & Calum Morrison  
WEDNESDAY 9 Aug  
 Ross Miller and Charlie Stewart & Luc McNallyChris Ormston Scott Garden & Scott Figgins

 THURSDAY 10 Aug
FRIDAY 11 Aug 

 

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Aug 08

Studio guest – Bob Leslie – Tues 15th Aug – on Ballads & Balladeers with Gavin

Bob Leslie will be coming onto Ballads & Balladeers on Tuesday 15th August to talk about his new solo album “Land And Sea”.

 

Bob started singing from the cradle – which annoyed the hell out of the neighbours and puzzled his parents. That last part is a wee exaggeration. Bob’s father, Jack, was from Stromness, in Orkney, and had the typical islander’s love of music, playing piano, accordion and fiddle as well as singing. His mother, Mary, was a professional singer in clubs and theatre and had “a voice like a female Paul Robson” according to her son. Bob has been entertaining audiences for over 40 years.

Like most creative musicians, he has continually re-invented himself. His current incarnation is that of a solo performer on the folk and community hall circuit. Initially tending to Americana/Roots Country styles, he is now writing more in accord with the traditional sounds of his musical childhood and singing in Scots for the first time since then!
He finds this “Currrriously liberrrrating!”

Early in his career, he excited interest in his voice and songwriting from Apple Records, Chrysalis Records, and Boscobel (the Kinks’ managers). At one point he recalls, the wee man from Chrysalis asked him to write a follow-up to Total Eclipse of the Heart, He replied “You must be joking!” and thinks this may have locked the doors on teenage idol-hood for him. Anyone still wishing for such a follow-up would now only have to wave money to receive an affirmative reply.

By Gavin Paterson

 

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Jul 29

Shake The Chains – Commission Project CD – Album of The Week 29th July 2017

Shake The Chains  – Project commissioned by Folk By the Oak – musicians are Nancy Kerr / Findlay Napier / Hannah Martin / Greg Russell / Tim Yates

 

‘From the industrial revolution, universal suffrage and the slave trade through to CND, Rock against Racism and the Miners’ strike, songs are a common and integral factor in all the movements that have sought to instigate change.
Shake the Chains is an exciting new touring commission from celebrated UK contemporary folk singer songwriters and special guests that will explore the role songs have played in social change, resistance and protest.
The project is a commission from Folk by the Oak, with support from Arts Council England, Help Musicians, and Folk Alliance.’

 

Shake the Chains toured earlier in the year culminating in there stunning CD which will be officially launched in September  but exclusively performed at Folk by The Oak July 2018 – who commissioned the Shake The Chains project.
The artists are Nancy Kerr and some members of her Sweet Visitor Band – Greg Russell  & Tim Yate, Glasgow’s own Hamish Napier , and BBC Radio 2 Fok Award winner Hannah Martin from Devon on fiddle and banjo.

 

You will be able to hear them live on 31 Jan 2018 at Celtic Connections 25 th Festival 

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Jul 26

Libby Koch & Chuck Hawthorne  & Rachel Laven  live on Mike Ritchie’s show Sun 30th July 4-6pm

Libby Koch & Chuck Hawthorne  & Rachel Laven  – Texas Troubadours presented by The Medicine Show  live on Mike Ritchie’s show Sun 30 July 4-6pm

Listen Again – First Hour  Second Hour 

 

Libby Koch    

From Houston now in Austin TX Describing Americana singer-songwriter Libby Koch (pronounced like the soft drink) as “country meets soulful,”  ‘’Gospel grounded and honky-tonk voice’’ powerful emotions all inherent in her fourth album ‘Just Moving On’ gives you a hefty insight into this artist and her influences from Patsy Cline , Loretta Lynn , Dolly Parton and Emmylow Harris, Libby fills her songs with ‘intimacy and honesty’ that triumph of empowerment rather than pain and loss’. It was a lucky break to her fans the day she gave up law and took to her true calling – music !

 

Chuck Hawthorne

‘’He bent minors out of majors with a ball-peen revelator. Lord, how he could make that hammer sing!”

An Amarillo, Texas native, Chuck Hawthorne has been writing and performing for over 20 years amassing a catalog of unique, well-crafted and starkly honest songs. They’re sometimes deadly serious; sometimes raucous, and always passionately written and delivered. As fellow musician Shawn T. Pabst once remarked, “…A man with the courage of a warrior, the heart of a poet, and a soul as old as time.”

Cuck took his music with him as a Marine touring the world when back home his song writing began in earnest some 10 years ago  – his initial influences being  in the vain of Townes Van Zandt , Guy Clark, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Steve Earle and the like – culminating in his debut album ‘Silver Line’

 

Rachel Laven  

From San Antonio TX  Racel grew up in a musical family, singing from age 5 she was a ‘latecomer’ to songwriting ‘only’ starting when she was ten years old – first full album at 13 and at the tender age of 24 has 3 family albums, 2 sola albumanand an EP OUT  ‘Focusing on topics that stem from a watchful, warm perspective, the delivery of her observations has a clean way of driving themes straight to the heart of a matter. She is able to sing her truths without weighing them down with unnecessary words or flowery nuances’. American Roots Music has a long tradition of proficient storytellers breathing life into the characters of their songs. In listening to Laven’s ballads you can hear the quality of her watchful eye surveying a scene, piecing together the most relevant colors and textures of a personality and giving easy shape to the characters that she describes.’

 

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Tour Dates
July – August Scotland dates

29-30     Tw Corbies – Cumbernauld

30            CMR Live on Mike Ritchie Show

Aug

1              MacSorleys Glasgow

2              Blue Lamp – Aberdeen

3-5          Belladrum Festival

6              Market Bar Inverness

7              Inverairne Hotel Nairne

8              An Lanntair – Stornoway

10            Argyle Hotel – Ullapool

11            Botanic Gardens – Inverness

12            Private House Concert

13            Davy Cowan’s Celt Bar

14           The Bluebird Café – Edinburgh
Please check website for Northern Ireland / Ireland and England concert dates

 

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Jul 22

‘A Perfect Sky’ – New Celeste – Album of The Week 22nd July 2017

New Celeste ‘A Perfect Sky’ –  Celtic Music Radio’s Album Of The Week 22 July 2017

First formed in the late 1970’s, combining folk, rock and jazz players from the Glasgow music scene, New Celeste broke the mould at that time with their rock and jazz treatments of traditional music and their fast and furious stage act. The band toured extensively in Scotland and England, touring twice with Billy Connolly and recording a half hour ‘In Concert’ for ITV. They rapidly found themselves in Europe recording three albums – ‘High Sands and the Liquid Lake’ in Holland, ‘On the Line’ in Berlin and then ‘New Celeste Live’ in Brittany, France. Propelled across a continent, they built a huge fan base wherever they played. Exhausted with touring, the band broke up in 1983 and the various band members went their own ways. Guitarist Graeme Duffin joined Wet Wet Wet, drummer Iain Bayne went on to play with Runrig, guitarist Nigel Clark joined Hue & Cry and violinist Rod Dorothy jazzed it with Barbara Thompson’s Paraphernalia. Founder member guitarist and singer Iain Fergus took a break from music for a while, then reformed New Celeste in 1990 with Rod Dorothy and some new musicians, Steve Reid, Jerry Soffe, Ian Aitken, Willie Logan, Iain Copeland and Brendan Ring and recorded two new CDs for Lismor/Iona Records in Glasgow ‘The Celtic Connection’ and then ‘It’s a New Day’ with Charlie McKerron and Fred Morrison from Capercaillie. The band performed at numerous festivals across Europe, promoting these two CDs.

‘’Seven albums in and there’s still no predicting what New Celeste will conjure next. You could quite easily be forgiven if you follow the inevitable Celtic rock label that’s so often hung round their neck by the unthinking or the even more confused, generic folk rock. All of which hint at but could never define a band that’s defied expectation time and time again across more years than it’s healthy to recall. New album A Perfect Sky is an impeccable addition to a line of carefully crafted and considered releases. Brought to life in studios from London to Skye via Oxford, Glasgow and Canada, then impeccably mixed by Bob Prowse the core intentions strategically pieced together to create an acoustic centred, electrically driven collection which is intrinsically rooted. A Perfect Sky superbly displays the creative credentials of New Celeste, which with the opening Such A Lovely Day, bounces along agreeable acoustic pop in every second. Seven Seas is a flamenco drenched ode to lost love, whereas Love & Freedom displays the band’s love of traditional themes with a typically clipped Fergus vocal and a lilting hook line that both historically and stylistically speaks of no other place than Caledonia. Love Is a Strange Thing has a summery vibe, an observation on casual and fickle affairs of the heart, the fiddle soaring high on a feathery breeze. Instrumentally New Celeste exhibit equal flair and understanding Petite Quimperoise has classical inclinations with a jazz undercurrent, The Sunshower is a rolling chase between fiddle and acoustic guitar, Jig Celeste a freewheeling, whirling dervish leads handily into Sorry a vox drenched, Beatlesque construction in which twin guitars duel and twist around each other over a jumble of ponderable romantic questions. With a steadfast frontline of founder Iain Fergus on vocals and guitar, lead guitarist Steve Reid, fiddler Gavin Marwick, bass player Jerry Soffe with drummer Max Saidi, the range of inspiration and influence is as wide as the horizon to horizon landscapes of their Scottish homeland. There’s even room for reunions, former associates Graeme Duffin (Wet, Wet, Wet,) and Rod Dorothy (Barbara Thompson,) add deft touches on guitar and violin respectively. Iain sums it all up, “My songs take a long time to write themselves. I’m never trying to shock or surprise, to me it’s all about interest. The album took nearly a year to complete, with various ex members of the band adding important bits and pieces and some fantastic guest musicians too. Steve and Gavin wrote three great tracks for the CD and Bob Prowse played a big part, he’s a wonderful engineer.” Look upwards, not a cloud in sight, a perfect sky, venture forth without delay.’’

The line-up of New Celeste is as follows:
Iain Fergus: Acoustic guitar and vocals
Steve Reid: Acoustic and electric guitars
Gavin Marwick: Fiddle
Jerry Soffe: Bass guitar
Max Saidi: Drums

‘A Perfect Sky’

Trac

  1. Such a Lovely Day
  2. Love Is a Strange Thing
  3. Seven Seas
  4. Petite Quimperoise
  5. She’s Got No Heart
  6. Rosanna
  7. The Sunshower
  8. Love and Freedom
  9. Jig Celeste
  10. Sorry

 

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Jul 21

Merchant City Festival Glasgow – 22 – 30 July 2017

Merchant City Festival  22 – 30 July 2017
Glasgow’s Merchant City will rock from Sat 22 – Sunday 20 July with a carnival atmosphere – from the stunning music listed below – to events from :- theatre / dance/ food/ comedy/ street markets/ circus/
crafts / art/ tours — to name but a FEW of the events taking place ! AND MOST OF IT IS FREE!

 

MUSIC AND STAGES  DURING THE FESTIVAL – check website for all other events !!!
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SATURDAY  22 JULY

Tron Theatre – Outside live music stage – Trongate & Chisholm Street
12.00      Reptile House
1.00        Jim Byrne
2.00         Blackletter
3.00        The Step Brothers
4.00        Surprise Band
5.00        Sweetheart Review
6.00        Duglas T Stewart (BMX Bandits)
MILLER STREET STAGE
1pm       Outra Vez
1:30       Brass, Aye?
2pm       Olá Samba
2:30        Blast Furness
3pm       The Edinburgh Samba School
3:30        Katumba
4pm        Peace Artistes
4:30        SambaYaBamba
5pm        Katumba
5:30        Brass, Aye?

VIRGINIA COURTYARD
2:45         Brass Gumbo

HUTCHESON STREET
1:00        Juba do Leão
2:15        Peace Artistes
4:15        The Edinburgh Samba School
5:15        Outra Vez

GARTH STREET
1:45        Samba Resille
2:45        Bloco Fogo
3:45       Juba do Leão
5:45       SambaYaBamba

BRUNSWICK STREET
1:15        Brass Gumbo
1:45        Bloco Fogo
2:45       Outra Vez
3:15       Olá Samba
3:45        Bloco Fogo
4:45        Blast Furness
5:15        Peace Artistes
5:45        Samba Resille

CANDLERIGGS STREET
12:45      Blast Furness
1:15        SambaYaBamba Youth Band

CANDLERIGGS SQUARE
12           Rhythms of the City
4:30        Carnaval Transatlântico
6:15        Rhythms of the City

Other music gigs

THE OLD FRUITMARKET – The Encontro Festival Showcase – 5 carnaval bands – hosted by SambaYaBamba7PM – 2 AM £12 / £8 – Book Online 0141 353 8000


SUNDAY 23 JULY
Tron Theatre – Outside live music stage – Trongate & Chisholm Street
12.00     Cara Rose
1.00        Djana Garbrielle
2.00        Bobby Deans 
3.00        Chiara Berardelli
4.00        Les Johnson and Me
5.00        Everywhere
6.00        Exhibit A
7.00        Warren McIntyre

GEORGE SQUARE  Encontro Street Band Festival – Merchant City Street Takeover
2pm –      Massed Band Extravaganza

MILLER STREET
3:00        Ola Samba
3:30       Juba do Leão
4:00        SambaYaBamba Youth Street Band & Samba Resille Youth Band
4:30        The Edinburgh Samba School
5:00        Samba Resille Youth Band

HUTCHESON STREET
3:15        Bloco Fogo
4:15        Katumba

GARTH STREET
12:30     Outra Vez
3:45        Blast Furness
4:45        Brass, Aye?

BRUNSWICK STREET
3pm – Rhythms of the City (top of the street)
3pm – Peace Artistes (bottom of the street)

 Other Gigs

THE OLD FRUITMARKET – The Encontro Festival Showcase – 5 carnaval bands – hosted by SambaYaBamba
7PM – 2 AM £12 / £8 – Book Online 0141 353 8000

DRYGATE BREWERY – Ladies of Soul – Unoma Okudo / Flembot / Sharlene- Montique
Book on line 

 

Fantastic events throughout the week – check website !

FRIDAY 28

MERCHANT SQUARE   UNESCO City of Music Stage
7-9pm Routes String Quartet  &
Gráinne Brady & Suzanne Fivey

 

SATURDAY 29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tron Theatre –Tron Live Music Stage in association with Fox Star Records
12.00      Natalie Clark
1.00        Tenement and Temple
2.00        Acoustic Butterfly
3.00        Louise Ward
4.00        Hellfire Club
5.00        Therese Martin Band
6.15        James Edwin & the Borrowed Band
7.15        Mosa Funk Club

7 – 9 MERCHANT SQUARE Celtic Connections Ceilidh with Celine Donoghue Band

 SUNDAY 30 JULY

The Tron Live Music Stage in association with Fox Star Records
12.00     Martha L Healy
12.45     Nancy Woodblock
1.30        Cinnamon Girls
2.15        Fenella
3.15        L-Space
4.15        Jumpers for Goalposts
5.15        A New International

Again ! While correct at time of printing please check Festival and artists websites for any amendments/ alterations or additions – have a fantastic week! Auntie Liz!

 

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Jul 18

Planet Waves running order – 18th July 2017

PLANET WAVES running order: 18th July 2017 – Valcour Records

title – artist – album – label – origin

Aguacerito – Rio Mira – Marimba Del Pacifico – AYA Records – Ecuador / Colombia

Light Rain Blues – Taj Mahal – Giant Steps / De Ole Folks at Home – Columbia – USA

Portobello – Jennifer Ewan Band – online track – self released – Scotland

Eclipse at Dawn – Abdullah Ibrahim – The Song Is My Story – Intuition – South Africa

Open Letter to Adonia – Sibusile Xaba – Open Letter to Adonia – Mushroom Hour Half Hour – South Africa

Wagoner – Linzay Young & Joel Savoy – Linzay Young & Joel Savoy – Valcour Records VAL CD 0008 – Louisiana

Belle of Pointe Claire – Kristi Guillory and Anya Burgess – Kristi Guillory and Anya Burgess – Valcour Records VAL CD 0025 – Louisiana Cajun

Big Boy’s Waltz – Balfas – The Balfa Family: A Retrospective, Festivals Acadiens et Créoles 1977-2010 – Valcour Records VAL CD 0019 – Louisiana Cajun

Sidney Brown Breakdown – Kyle Huval & the Dixie Club Ramblers – Straight Allons – Valcour Records – Louisiana Cajun

The Family Waltz – Sheryl Cormier (with Russell Cormier) – Cajun Accordion Kings – and the Queen – Valcour Records VAL CD 0036 – Louisiana Cajun

Raise Your Window – Falcon Trio feat Cleoma Breaux Falcon – Raise Your Window: A Cajun Music Anthology – Country Music Foundation CMF 017 D – Louisiana Cajun

Redesdale hornpipe – Jack Armstrong – Northumbrian Pipe Music – Beltona SEP 43 (vinyl EP) – Northumberland

A Monte Chiove (Lazio) – Gianni Perilli, Piero Ricci & Ernest Carracillo – Zampogna, Piva, Ciaramelle, Surdulina: Musica tradizionale e nuovi repertori per Zampogna (Suoni d’Italia Vol. 1) – Finisterre – Italy

Ni Negaba – Vieux Farka Touré – Samba – Six Degrees 657036-126626 – Mali

Lutins Waltz – Orkestra del Sol – Gross National Happiness – Sol Music Recordings – Scotland

listen anytime for a month at http://podcast.canstream.co.uk/celticmusic/index.php?cat=Planet+Waves

Jul 18

Travels With My Auntie Liz Tues 18th July 2017 8-10pm

Hi folks ! on tonight’s show between 8-9 will have some of the fantastic ‘Coquet Vallley Bairns’ and their brand new CD and a poem from the local dialect poetry competition. Also an interview with the one and only James Tait – poet / singer songwriter and excellent tutor in the wonderful local dialect of the Coquet Valley, who has put this CD together from some of the schools he teaches local dialect in!
Listen Again – First Hour  Second Hour 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is a fantastic project to bring the local dialect back into prominence where it belongs and James has been hired by the Rothbury Traditional Music Festival to go round the schools tutoring the children in the dialect and encouraging them to write poetry, sing and recite in the Coquet Valley dialect – James will tell you more about it in his interview

The Front cover of the CD was drawn by Hannah Ridley and the trac Cupcakes and Rainbows was written by Talitha Sharrocks

My thanks go to Lynn and to all the Committee and Volunteers of the Rothbury Traditional Music Festival for making me so welcome once again and for a brilliant festival and some magic music and memorable performances – finishing the slot of with the one and only Rothbury Pipe Band  who once again were joined by members of Neilston Pipe Band !  well done for a fantastic day of piping !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also air an interview  with Michael McGoldrick    that I recorded at the fantastic Stonehaven Festival !


Will be showcasing the TMSA Young Trad Tour 2016 and the release of the CD
On the CD are Moshen Amini / Jessica Burton / Robbie Greig / Claire Hastings / Hannah MacRae / Murray Willis/ Ryan Young and Jean Damel
You can also see them live in The Drygate Glasgow  tomorrow night – Wednesday 19 July 2017!
If you miss them there you could always catch them on 31 July – Stromness Town Hall, Orkney!

 

Looking forward to Mugstock 28 -30 July in Mugdock Country Park, Craigallian Road, nr Milngavie with over 127 acts on !

See you at the place 8-10 pm Tuesday 18 July 2017  Auntie Liz

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 Running costs approximately £2500 per month, we would ask if you could either donate when you can, or text CELT22 £amount – send 70070 , or even set up a standing order for £5 – £10 per month?  for a 24 / 7 – 365 days per year of your of the music you love to listen too! – Thank you for listening and supporting the station

Jul 14

‘Auld Hat – New Heids – Vol 1’ Ian Bruce /Fraser Bruce/ Pete Clark/ Gregor Lowrey – AOW 15th July 2017

Album of The Week is ‘Auld Hat – New Heids – Vol 1’ Ian Bruce /Fraser Bruce/ Pete Clark/ Gregor Lowrey
The outside cover with the photos of 129 musicians from the 1960s/70s folk club era. There will be a prize of £100:00 to the first person that gets them all correct. If you want to donate your prize to a chosen charity then we will double the prize to £200:00.
Gordon Hotchkiss got 92…….best yet.

‘Auld Hat – New Heids review of their 2017 Celtic Connections sell-out concert: “Throughout the years that Celtic Connections has been running, there have been many memorable concerts and this will go down as one of them. It was a truly memorable night and up there with the best concerts over the years.” Ian Bruce (vocals and guitar), Pete Clark (fiddle) and Gregor Lowrey (accordion) are about as good as you get and, between us, we have created AULD HAT – NEW HEIDS. The show will allow some people to reminisce and others to experience what they missed first time round. It will allow you ALL to sing your hearts out. The shows are extremely popular and we believe that we have managed to transfer that stage fun to this, our first CD as a group. Between us we have many other recordings but this is the one you’re looking at right now… and that’s all that matters! Please enjoy this CD and thanks. – Fraser Bruce’

You can purchase album via Birnam    Our Amazon Link 

Tracs
1          Prelude
2          Doown In The Wee Room / Gallowa’ Hills
3          Shoals of Herrin’
4          The Stoutest Man in The Forty Twa
5          Loch Tay Boat Song
6          The Jute Mill Sing / Wark o’ The Weavers
7          Silver Darlings
8          The Diamond Ship
9          The John MacLean March
10        Fairfield Crane
11        Jock o’ Hazeldean
12        Three Nights and a Sunday Double Time
13        Been on The Road So Long
14        Twa Recruitin’ Sergents

 

Tour dates
July 14 th, 2017 (Friday) Cottiers Theatre Glasgow​
July 17 th, 2017 (Monday) Pitlochry Festival Theatre
July 21 st, 2017 (Friday) The Faw Kirk Falkirk Trinity Church
July 27 th, 2017 (Thursday) Whiting Bay Isle of Arran
August 2 nd, 2017 (Wednesday)Lyth Arts Centre  Lyth Wick
August 3 rd & 4 th, 2017 (Thurs/Friday) The Reel Kirkwall
August 5 th, 2017 (Saturday) The Salmon Bothy  Portsoy
​August 6 th, 2017 (Sunday) Eden Court Theatre Inverness
August 16 th, 2017 (Wednesday) The Fullarton Theatre Castle Douglas
August 18 th, 2017 (Friday)Edinburgh Festival  Lithuanian Centre
August 19 th, 2017 (Saturday) Tollbooth Theatre Stirling,
August 20 th, 2017 (Sunday) Pitlochry Festival Theatre

 

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