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Studio Guest from Buchanan Suite 25th Jan 2018

Appearing  on 25 Jan 2018 with Celtic Music Radio live from the Buchanan Suite at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as part of Celtic Connections 25 2018


Today’s Presenter Gordon Hotchkiss will have Kinnebar Junction / Haggerdash/ Alaistair Fraser & Nattlie Hass


Gary Anderson – Kinnaber Junction 
Kinnaber the musical vehicle for Montrose singer/songwriter Gary Anderson. With over 30 years of gigging behind him Gary has gained a wealth of experience covering a wide range of instruments and genres . His solo performances showcase his eclectic style of playing and singing – mixing his own original material which covers a wide range of subjects and inspirations, with a few folk, rock and country covers, all stripped down to great effect using only his voice and a guitar. Kinnaber junction can be booked in several different formats from solo performances from Gary himself to a full band line-up. He also currently supplies vocals and guitar with Rock band F’n’3Gs, and performs in a duo with his sister under the name Kith & Kin.



Haggerdash are one of Scotland’s favourite Folk groups playing a wide range of songs and tunes. Haggerdash are much in demand for festivals and folk clubs as well as having many performances in Norway, Denmark and France to their credit. They have had many influences over the years and this is shown in the wide range of material that they perform. Haggerdash also perform many of their own songs The band consists of , David Logan and Billy Stewart and Alan Jones. and between them play many different instruments including guitar, mandolin tenor banjo, bouzouki, bodhran, harmonica, flute, and whistle. The main aim of Haggerdash is to ensure that anyone attending their performances or listening to their CDs has a really good time.
Alasdair Frase & Natalie Hass
Running the Festival Village 27 – 28 Jan in The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Also Screening  of ‘The Groove is Not Trival’ in the GFT 28th Jan at 4:30 
The Groove is Not Trivial follows master fiddler Alasdair Fraser’s personal journey in search of self-expression, a quest that has led him to dig deep into his Scottish musical roots. There he finds a universal pulse —a groove — that runs through his virtuosic performances with cellist Natalie Haas and his dynamic teaching at his wildly popular, freewheeling fiddle camps in California, Scotland, and Spain. At his gatherings around the world for musicians of all ages and abilities, ‘the groove’ is a through-line from the past that sparks hopeful possibilities for the future.

Fraser is at the epicenter of a movement in which people are finding their own voices and a deep sense of community through the shared love and joy of music. A subversive empowerment is happening as people reclaim cultural roots in jeopardy of being lost.

The irrepressible Fraser proves that the groove in traditional music transcends toe-tapping fun – it can be a source of personal and political liberation.


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