Gnoss is a dynamic new four-piece of fiddle, flute, guitar and percussion, that tackle energetic tune sets and driving folk song with a “maturity of ability many of a greater age will envy” (Living Tradition).
All current students at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Graham Rorie, Aidan Moodie, Connor Sinclair and Gregor Kincaid have been tipped as “ones to watch” (Songlines) for their lively, engaging and honest performances.
Thursday 13 th April
Salmon Bothy Portsoy
Doors open 7 30.
Tickets £10. From BobPhilips25@live.co.uk
07968872217 or Portsoy Ice cream Shop.
Tuesday 21st July – Steve Turner Steve Turner comes from a family of concertina players and singers and began his career on the Manchester folk scene at the end of the 1960s, playing and touring as a member of Geordie … Continue reading →
26th July. Doors open 7.30 Cover price £10. Based in Richmond, Virginia, The Hot Seats are a ‘bubbling fountain of virtuosic insanity’. Their original music demonstrates a massive flexibility within the band as they move seamlessly between bluegrass, ragtime, … Continue reading →
We have Cahalen Morrison and Eli West at the Bothy on Friday 12 April. They are a fantastic duo from Seatle, their new CD has been getting rave reviews on Radio 2 – have a listen at www.cahalenandeli.com Tickets £8 and £6 conc. Doors … Continue reading →
Derek Summers, story teller extraordinaire, recounting one of his tales from down under. For more images of the Third Haal Festival visit the Gallery page Derek’s Crocodile story, a photo by bothyfolks on Flickr. … Continue reading →
Or was it the carnival? Heads are greeting tired after three wonderful days and nights blessed with great weather and even greater music. Check out our you tube channel (bothyfolk) over the next few days as we upload video of … Continue reading →
Our third annual folk festival kicked off in style last night with the well established Jimmy McBeath Memorial Concert. There were many fine performances from guest artists from near to home and around Scotland. Compered wonderfully by folk stalwarts Jim … Continue reading →
The Third Haal is our third annual festival of music, storytelling, dance and more. Held over the weekend of 25th – 27th May in the coastal village of Portsoy, this year promises to be better than ever. Start the weekend off with … Continue reading →
Another grand night in Beggars Belief in Portsoy, down on the harbour side. A big thankyou to Gary and co for the entertainment More videos on our Video Gallery page or on our YouTube channel … Continue reading →
Here are some dates for upcoming events Don’t forget our festival “The Third Haal” 25th – 27th May Sat 21st April – Blues and Coffee in Beggars Belief – 7.30 – free. Sat 7th July – evening – The bard … Continue reading →