Tweed Ceilidh Band
Tweed are an exciting ceilidh band, the lively ska rythms from Sam, Bluegrass fiddling from Duncan and solid bass and melody from Graeme, creates a full and powerful sound that can move anyone.
Red Pine Timber Co.
Formed in the summer of 2009, Red Pine Timber Co. originally set out as a ‘loose’ collective of musicians led by Singer/Songwriter and Guitarist Gavin Munro.
After a successful stream of Scottish dates, Red Pine Timber Co. has settled into a more fixed line-up, consisting of David Shaw on Upright and Electric Bass, Ivan Sveda on Drums, Dave MacFarlane on Fiddle, Katie Whittaker Vocals, Felix the SaxCat on Saxophone, Chris Marshall on Trombone and Harmonica, Aaron Brake on Guitar, Mandolin and Pedal Steel (now Album only)
Playing an eclectic mix of Americana and Country influenced originals, Red Pine Timber Co. have developed their unique sound within this genre mostly due to the inclusion of the Saxophone and Trombone within the instrumentation (yes...amazingly this mix does work). Coupled with the somewhat contrasting musical backgrounds and talents of each band member, the combination blends tastefully in supporting songwriter Munro.
Red Pine Timber Company released their critically acclaimed début album Different Lonesome on 10th March 2014, and are currently in the studio recording album number 2!
With a new line up and a sound edgier than ever, Safehouse are going from strength to strength. As well as wowing audiences in their native Scotland Safehouse also gig in Europe, where they have a loyal fan base. Although rooted in the Blues, their repertoire covers a mix of original material & carefully chosen covers (Traffic, Tya, Moby Grape, Little Feat, Otis Rush, Bo Diddley etc..), & showcases how they can turn their hands to playing hard hitting Rock, through Blues to full blown Psychedelia!
Event: Tweed Ceilidh Band, Red Pine Timber Co., Safehouse
Date: Saturday 27th May 2017
Time : 12:00 - 03:00
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Mad Ferret, Irie Yo-Yo, Safehouse
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The Gorms, The Guilty Pleasures
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