Ian Bruce and Ian Walker – Two great singer songwriters with fine sense of humour.
Tickets £10. – phone Bob on 01261 842571
or email email@example.com
7.30 doors open.
I work solo mainly. Although I dabble with other instruments in the studio my solo performances are generally Vocal (some unaccompanied) and Guitar. I’ll sing you some Scots’ Trad & Robert Burns but, in the main, I’ll be singing a 60% self-penned programme. Many of those might be collaborations with Ian Walker or Charlie Milne.
IAN BRUCE & IAN WALKER Ian Walker has been a class solo performer all his adult life. He’s well known for his Hawks and Eagles, Some Hae Meat, Roses in December. He’s a prize winning artist and I’m proud to say that throughout we’ve had a very friendly and professional rapport.
We wrote and worked together back in the late 80s and early 90s.
Well now we’re back. Please hear the brand new album.
The fantastic Pacific Curls are appearing at the Bothy on Saturday 9th August. 7.00 pm.
Supported by the Mabel Duncan Trio
“With a cornerstone of backbeat Pacific rhythms, vivacious fiddle playing and evocative Māori instrumentation and lyrics, Pacific Curls have pioneered a fusion sound that seamlessly blend their indigenous roots of Pacific, Māori and Celtic cultures”
It’s not often you get a spontaneous coming together of like-minded musicians of such high quality, and rarer still that they should make their way to the UK for a tour.
There is a fair chance you will have heard a track or two from the stunning new album by The Abramson Singers from Vancouver, thanks to the level of radio exposure it has received.
One of those who joined Leah Abramson in the studio for the recording was Rayna Gellert, well-recognised in her own right following a successful career in Uncle Earl before she went solo to establish herself as a major name on the circuit as well as a huge creative force.
Leah, who was formerly with bands The Crooked Jades and Dyad, had also recorded and performed with Rayna on many occasions so they know each others’ material inside out. Here, these two friends come together to become an even more potent force (joined on bass and guitar by Petunia & The Vipers’ Patrick Metzger). Rayna also has a superb new record in circulation that is winning her much praise.
The 5Th Haal was very successfully launched on sat 8th Feb at our Bothy Ballads & Burns evening.
A capacity crowd enjoyed great food, loads of refreshments and superb entertainment from our Top Table Guests. The festival programme is here – CLICK HERE.
We are hosting a weekend of writing with a view to producing tracks for a CD. 21st, 22nd, 23rd February
Professional facilitators will be on hand to ensure a high quality experience is had and a high quality product is produced.
Supported by funding from Aberdeenshire Council “Be Part Of The Picture Fund”.
For information contact Larry on 07837 193364 Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more than forty-five years Allan Taylor has travelled the world performing at festivals, concert halls and clubs. He is considered to be one of the foremost singer-songwriters and guitarists in his genre, with more than one hundred recorded versions of his songs by Artists in ten different languages. One song in particular, “It’s good to see you” was a hit in many countries, and to date, there are eighty cover versions of this song.
Allan is considered to be one of the music scene’s great guitarists, creating during his stage performance a distinctive rich and mellow sound, and with a voice that speaks of a life-time of travel he can make each song a vignette of life, like a story told over a drink in a bar. His songs have an integrity that tell you they come from something real, where characters come to life as people you know and places become as familiar as if you had been there. When this happens, you know it’s an Allan Taylor concert.