Mundell Track, the corporate that specialises in staging live shows in Kinross through long-serving rock musicians, has introduced a different tournament that includes Andy Fairweather Low on Sunday, March 6. Fairweather Low first got here to prominence because the lead singer with 1960s soul band Amen Nook ahead of happening to a solo profession and paintings as a guitarist with Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, and Purple Floyd’s Roger Waters amongst many others. He additionally recorded backing vocals for Jimi Hendrix along Roger Chapman of Circle of relatives. For the gig at Behind the curtain on the Inexperienced Lodge in Kinross, his Low Riders can be joined via the Soul Revue Band that includes a complete horn segment, considered one of best 3 performances Fairweather Low is giving with this line-up. Early reserving is advisable.
The organisers of the preferred Monday track live shows on the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, Soundhouse have introduced their programme for January to March. The collection resumes on January 18 with multi-cultural, multi-instrumental acoustic trio 3 Cane Whale and continues with Irish flautist-singer Nuala Kennedy (pictured) on January 25. Bluegrass band Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys, singer-songwriters Adam Holmes and Karine Polwart, nation swing outfit Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra, rootsy Americana group Woody Pines, and Guitar Adventure Duet, that includes Jonny Phillips of Latin American jazz team Oriole and Sardinian Giorgio Serci, are some of the different points of interest covered up.
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Glasgow quartet Sq. One has gained the Peter Whittingham Jazz Award 2015, a prize that rewards musicians underneath the age of twenty-six from throughout the United Kingdom for innovation, composition and function. The band, which options guitarist Joe Williamson, pianist-keyboardist Peter Johnstone, bassist David Bowden and drummer Stephen Henderson got here joint first with London-based Patchwork Jazz Orchestra having been selected from a big box as considered one of ten finalists to play for judges, composer Issie Barratt, pianist and broadcaster Julian Joseph, singer and radio presenter Claire Martin OBE, and saxophonist Dave O’Higgins. It’s the primary time since 2000 that there were two recipients of the £5000 award and the primary time that the award has come to Scotland since 2002, when saxophonist Paul Towndrow used to be the winner. The cash will move against recording a brand new album. The band performs live shows in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen in past due January, early February.
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