Fallen Angels Club News February 2014

Posted: February 20, 2014 in News
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Daniel Meade to open up for Sturgill Simpson
Local lad Daniel Meade will bring his own brand of honky-tonk to open up for Sturgill Simpson in The Admiral Bar this Sunday 23rd February. You can check out Daniel here from his session with Ricky Ross on Another Country.


Sturgill Simpson on Another Country
You can get a sneak preview of Sturgill’s sound this Friday, when you can hear him in session for Ricky Ross on BBC Radio Scotland’s Another Country.


Sturgill plays The Admiral Bar this Sunday, you can purchase your tickets here:- Book online

Steve Forbert Show
There will be a slight change to the running order for the Steve Forbert show: there will be no support act as previously advertised on your tickets. He will be on stage at 8pm sharp. Tickets are selling pretty fast for this show, so best to buy fairly soon, you can purchase tickets here:- Book online

Just Announced: Aoife O’Donovan
It is with great pleasure we bring Aoife to Scotland in May – she will play at The Pleasance Cabaret Bar in Edinburgh on Friday 30th May. Aoife would be better known to you as the singer with Crooked Still, who have always been great Fallen Angels Club favourites. Aoife will be performing songs from her fantastic new album called Fossils, and hopefully this beautiful cover of Blaze Foley’s Clay Pigeons;

You can purchase tickets to see Aoife here.

Just Announced :Richmond Fontaine side project
Our 10th Anniversary year is going from strength to strength. The Delines, a side project of Americana favourites Richmond Fontaine, will play Oran Mor as part of the Glasgow West End Festival on Friday, June 20th.

Headed by vocalist, Amy Boone, the band’s debut album Colfax comes out in April, with all songs written by RF frontman and now successful author, Willy Vlautin. He loves Amy’s voice so much he spent a year writing songs for her to record.  The Delines line-up is certainly handy as it features Jenny Conlee (The Decemberists) on keyboards, as well as fellow Portlanders drummer, Sean Oldham (RF), Vlautin himself and, on pedal steel, Tucker Jackson (Minus 5).

Just Announced:  Zoe Muth & The Lost High Rollers.
We are delighted to announce a show in October for Zoe and her band. Zoe is a real special talent, and you can see her perform at The CCA on Friday 31st October.


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