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Glasgow Americana 2021- Line Up

Posted: September 21, 2021 in Uncategorized

Opening Night Wednesday 29th September – Emily Barker Kirsten Adamson
Cottiers Theatre, 93-95 Hyndland St, Glasgow G11 5PU
Tickets £16, doors 7.30pm, 8pm start

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Thursday 30th September – Nathan Bell plus Kirsteen Harvey
The Admiral Bar 72a Waterloo St, Glasgow G2 7DA
Tickets £13, doors 7.30pm, 8pm start

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Thursday 30th September – Jill Jackson plus support
Saint Lukes 17 Bain St, Glasgow G40 2JZ
Tickets £18.50, doors 7pm, 8pm start
Please read additional COVID measure in place for this show

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Friday 1st October – Diana Jones plus support
The Glad Café 1006A Pollokshaws Rd, Glasgow G41 2HG
Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start

Friday 1st October – Sid Griffin plus Scott Ashworth
The Admiral Bar 72a Waterloo St, Glasgow G2 7DA
Tickets £13, doors 7.30pm, 8pm start
(In association with Sounds In The Suburbs)

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Saturday 2nd October – Roseanne Reid plus David Latto
TheGlad Café 1006A Pollokshaws Rd, Glasgow G41 2HG
Tickets £12, doors 3.30pm, 4pm start

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Saturday 2nd October – Song Writers In The Round
Featuring Jill Jackson, Cahalen Morrison & Roseanne Reid
The Glad Café 1006A Pollokshaws Rd, Glasgow G41 2HG
Tickets £16, doors 7.30pm, 8pm start

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Sunday 7th October – The Seven Song-Featuring Man Of The Minch, The Coaltown Daisies, and Kirsteen Harvey
Room 2 69 Nelson Mandela Pl, Glasgow G2 1QY
Tickets £12, doors 3.30pm, 4pm start

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Sunday 7th October – Finale Night- My Darling Clementine plus Arksong
The CCA 350 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G2 3JD
Tickets £15, doors 7.30pm, 8pm start

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McGoldrick, McCusker, & Doyle

Saturday 17th April 2021

Streamed via Myplayer

Suggested ticket price £12

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Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle have recorded a very special show to be streamed straight to your laptop, tablet or TV. Following on from their successful Christmas tour the trio will perform some old favourites that anyone who has seen them in the flesh will recognise. 

Best known for their work with Bob Dylan, Mark Knopfler and BBC Transatlantic Sessions as well as artists including Solas, Capercaillie and Kate Rusby, the multi award winning trio have recorded a 45 minute set. Each show is different and at the end, questions submitted from the audiences of each venue and festival make for some unique moments.
Ticket sales will be split between the artists and the individual venues/festivals, so you can be confident that your purchase will not only support McGoldrick, McCusker and Doyle, but also The Fallen Angels Club.

What happens now:-
Go to and find the date below that you want to buy a ticket for. Once you have purchased your ticket you will receive an email with information about how to watch the show in the comfort of your own home. Each ticket will allow one more screening within a 7 day period. Tickets are only valid for one device at a time and cannot be shared.

Elaine Lennon & Michael Logen

Wednesday 10th February 2021

Show starts at 8pm and streamed Via Zoom

Tickets £11 from

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Join Scottish singer songwriter Elaine Lennon and special guest Michael Logen for an evening of music to mark the one-year anniversary of her award-winning self-titled debut album, being celebrated by the release a remixed single of her track ‘THIS’.

THIS – The ‘21 Remix, out Sunday 24 January 2021, is a captivating reworking of a track taken from the album which was launched by The Fallen Angels Club to a sold-out show at Celtic Connections in January 2020 and won Celtic Music Radio’s Album of the Year 2020 Award.

The album, produced by Findlay Napier and supported by Creative Scotland, also made the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Awards Long List 2020. ‘

One of the best debut albums I have heard in years’ – FATEA

Elaine and Americana/Folk artist Michael Logen first performed live together here in Scotland in 2019. Grammy-nominated Singer/Songwriter, based in Nashville,Tennessee, Michael’s stunning, sophomore album, “New Medicine” is an articulate, measured examination of the inner-workings of the human mind and heart on a backdrop of gorgeous, sweeping, acoustic-based, rhythmic folk/pop. The album features 3 phenomenalguest artists: Kim Richey, Liz Longleyand Ruby Amanfu, and has garnered 6 TV placements so far and includes Michael’s original, acoustic version of a song he wrote with Jennifer Hanson, called “Breaking Your Own Heart”, which was covered by Kelly Clarksonon her Platinum-Selling, Grammy-Winning album, “Stronger”.

Logen grew up in a small college town, Lewisburg, in North Central Pennsylvania. He was raised listening to Americana and Folk classics like Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Gordon Lightfoot. He comes from a musical family and learned to play guitar from his Dad, even recorded a folk project with his brother, Dave.

Logen’s folk song, “Couldn’t Ask For A Better Friend” played prominently throughout the 2016 Rio Olympics when it was chosen by Folgers as the theme for their award-winning ad.

Emily Barker & Austin Lucas

Thursday 10th December 2020

Show starts at 8pm (UK Time)

Tickets £12 from

Streamed via Zoom- confirmation e-mail will be sent.

Emily Barker released her new album A Dark Murmuration of Words on September 4th 2020 through Thirty Tigers. Produced by Greg Freeman and recorded at StudiOwz, a converted chapel in the Welsh countryside, the album received critical acclaim aplenty and topped the official Americana Albums chart. Throughout the ten songs that make up the album, Barker draws connections between the familial, the local, and the global: a mother sings to her unborn child, asking for its forgiveness on ‘Strange Weather’; ‘When Stars Cannot Be Found’ explores the humbleness and comfort of the night sky when far away from home. Other highlights include the nostalgic ‘Return Me’, ‘The Woman Who Planted Trees’, the gloriously defiant ‘Machine’ and the effortless album closer ‘Sonogram’.

Austin Lucas’ new album Alive In The Hot Zone was written and recorded in the earliest days of the Covid-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter/American uprising. This album represents a new direction
for Austin, yet retains his distinctive voice and hyperliterate writing style. Contained are ten songs that serve as direct commentary regarding the ongoing global situation, isolation, fear and the indomitable
spirit required to stand up against systemic racism and fascism, in a world spiraling out of control.
An American songwriter and political activist currently experiencing a more or less involuntary exile, Austin finds himself isolated in a foreign land, far away from his family and friends.

11th December 2020: Nathan Bell

Posted: November 12, 2020 in Uncategorized

Nathan Bell

Friday 11th December 2020

Show starts at 8pm

Tickets £10.50 from

Streamed via Zoom- confirmation e-mail will be sent.

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An Iowa-bred, Tennessee-grown, down-to-earth American original, Nathan Bell creates spellbinding live performances with a combination of impeccably sung stories and dazzling musicianship not always found in the singer-songwriter genre.

With a keen eye and ear for the lives of working people, struggling people and forgotten people, Bell has honed his decades of commitment to blues, folk, jazz, poetry and justice into a sound and spirit all his own.

The son of famed Iowa poet Marvin Bell, Nathan grew up attuned to the power of plain, spare language to evoke places and narratives that stir both the heart and the brain. He moved to Boston in the 1980s and refined both his writing and his guitar playing while paying his dues driving a fish truck and working long hours in a hotel restaurant receiving room.

Bell returned to Iowa as part of the folk duo Bell and Shore, and garnered national attention for his vigorous, literate and often funny songwriting, as well as his virtuoso arranging and guitar playing. After recording two critically acclaimed albums, Bell moved to Nashville where he worked with producer Richard Bennett (Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, Marty Stuart) and tried his hand at writing in the Twang Town music machine.

As marriage and children arrived, Bell put down the guitar and joined the corporate world, returning after a 15-year hiatus with the expanded perspective that comes with age and responsibility. Weathering the pain of layoffs, the unmooring of the Great Recession, and the frustration of an increasingly deranged American political landscape, Bell’s new songs reflected his newfound insights into love, greed, abandonment and injustice.

His self-recorded “Family Man” quartet of CDs, as well as his enthralling live shows, earned Bell a loyal and growing following among devotees of the well-written song, expertly presented, in the U.S., Europe and the U.K.

In 2019, Bell recorded a new set of songs with producers Brian Brinkerhoff and Frank Swart (Malcolm Holcombe, Guitar Shorty, Kool and the Gang). Scheduled for release in autumn 2020, “Red, White, and American Blues (it couldn’t happen here)” features guest vocals from Patty Griffin, Regina McCrary, and Aubrie Sellers.

“I Don’t Do This For Love, I Do This For Love, Nathan Bell on Tour,” a film by award winning director John Dower, filmed in Scotland, England, and Wales, is currently playing at independent film festivals all over the world.

The Orphan BrigadePre Record 6 Song Exclusive

Friday 11th December 2020

Show starts at 9.30pm (UK Time)

Sunday 13th December 2020

Show starts at 5pm (UK Time)

Suggested price £5 from

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The Orphan Brigade, featuring Ben Glover Music, Neilson Hubbard and @Joshua Britt recorded this exclusive performance from Octagon Hall in Kentucky.

It is their only live performance of 2020 and features songs from their last release ’To The Edge Of The World.’ Octagon Hall was the inspiration and location for the writing and recording of their debut album and award- winning film “Soundtrack To A Ghost Story.” The band is very excited to share this exclusive session for the Fallen Angels Club Long Weekend.

Matt McGinn & Malojian

Saturday 12th December

Streamed Via Zoom

Show starts at 4pm

Tickets £11.50 from

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For our Saturday matinee we are delighted to welcome a double header from two fantastic singer song writers from Northern Ireland.

Irish Songwriter and Producer Matt McGinn hails from the Mourne Mountains in Co. Down. Hotpress Magazine labelled him as ‘1 to Watch’ in 2020.

His 2019 single Bubblegum with Ciara O’Neill was one of the most played songs on BBC Radio Ulster and was played extensively on RTE Radio, BBC Radio 6, and many other stations throughout Ireland and the UK. His latest single release, Annie (Many Moons Ago) has been described as one of the best you’ll hear this year.

“Now, isn’t that just extraordinary?!” Tom Robinson BBC 6.

In 2020 Matt released his 4th album LESSONS OF WAR. It includes songs Matt penned with some of Ireland’s finest writers and features artists from areas around the world affected by conflict like the Citizens of the World Choir, made up refugees and their carers; Anthony Seydu from Siera Leone; and Yazan Ibrahim, a young virtuoso flamenco guitarist from Golan Heights.

Over the last few years, Malojian has released 4 stunning solo albums, along the way collaborating with some musical legends, including Steve Albini, who earned his chops producing Nirvana, The Pixies etc. His latest album features Joey Waronker (Beck, R.E.M., Atoms For Peace, Roger Waters), Gerry Love (Teenage Fanclub), Jon Thorne (Yorkston/Thorne/Khan, Lamb) and more…But it’s Malojian’s own voice and songs that sets him apart from the crowd.

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Danny Schmidt & Carrie Elkin

Saturday 12th December 2020

Show starts at 8pm

Tickets £11 from

Streamed Via Zoom, confirmation e-mail will be sent.

It’s a special treat when Danny Schmidt and Carrie Elkin, who normally tour separately and solo, get to share the stage together. If the chemistry seems especially sparkful, they come by it honestly, as they are a rare breed: a romantic partnership in real life, not just musical life. And the two together on stage makes for a classic case of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts.

Danny Schmidt is best known for his riveting poetic lyrics, which have drawn favorable comparisons to Leonard Cohen and Townes Van Zandt for their depth and complexity. And gypsy spirit Carrie Elkin is best known for her incredibly soulful and dynamic vocals, which have drawn favorable comparisons to Patty Griffin at her most powerful, and Nanci Griffith at her most intimate…

13th December 2020: Eliza Gilkyson

Posted: November 12, 2020 in Uncategorized

Eliza Gilkyson

Exclusive Pre Recorded Concert

Saturday 12th December 2020

Show starts at 8pm (UK Time)

Tickets £12.50 from

Streamed via Zoom- confirmation e-mail will be sent.

We are so delighted that legendary Austin singer song writer Eliza Gilksyon has agreed to record a concert exclusively for The Fallen Angels Club.

Eliza, a twice Grammy-nominated (2006/2014) singer-songwriter, is announcing her new release, 2020, due out on April 10 on the Red House/Compass label. The record is a collection of politically charged anthems designed to motivate, reflect and inspire action during what may be the most vital American election of our lifetime.

2020 is a blend of new and old, reflecting the protests and activism that have defined her generation, including her interpretation of some folk favorites by Bob Dylan, “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall,”and Pete Seeger’s “Where Have All the Flowers Gone.” Eliza also adapted a new song, “Beach Haven,” from a letter written by Woody Guthrie in 1952 to Fred Trump, who at the time was his landlord, regarding his segregationist renter policies. Ever the optimist, Woody pleaded to Trump to “open your doors” and “rip out the strangling red tape” that kept the apartment from embracing all races.

The Fallen Angels Club- Long Weekend 

All shows streamed Live Via Zoom, confirmation e-mail will be sent after purchase. Show login details will be e-mailed the day before the show. When making payments please state which show you would like to attend.

photo Kris Kesiak

Roseanne Reid

Friday 17th July 2020

Show starts at 5pm

Tickets £9.50


Photo Genevieve Stevenson


Kris Drever

Friday 17th July 2020

Show starts at 8pm

Tickets £13.50



photo Kris Kesiak                         photo John Linton

Elaine Lennon & James Edwyn

Saturday 18th July 2020

Show starts at 2pm

Tickets £10.50


Findlay Napier & Megan Henwood

Sunday 19th July 2020

Show starts at 4pm

Tickets £10.50



Ben Glover & Anthony Toner

Sunday 19th July 2020

Show starts at 8pm

Tickets £12.50


Photo Laura E Partain

Mary Gauthier plus special guest Jaimee Harris

Monday 20th July 2020

Show starts at 8pm

Tickets £13.50






Sons Of Bill (2) WEBSons Of Bill plus The Wynntown Marshals

Thursday 19th February 2015

Stereo Glasgow Glasgow
Tickets £13 from Tickets Scotland 0141 204 5151
Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

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The highly-rated Sons of Bill make a welcome return visit for a show at Stereo on Thursday, February 19, 2015.

The three brothers at the core of the band hail from Charlottesville, Virginia – their dad is called, Bill, hence their name – are one of those bands that put the rock into country rock.

They have just released their second album, “Love and Logic”, which Rolling Stone magazine praised as “lush and beautiful…a classic roots rock album for the modern age.”

Last time at this venue, they had the place jumping with their potent mix of acoustic ballads and country-edge rockers.

The Marshals will be showcasing some songs from their forthcoming new album.

BEN GLOVER WEBBen Glover & Angel Snow

Friday 6th March 2015

The Admiral Bar Glasgow

Tickets £12 from Tickets Scotland 0141 204 5151 or behind the bar in The Admiral

Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

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Irishman and Nashville resident, Ben Glover is always a welcome visitor to Scotland – and he is returning on a double bill with Angel Snow to Glasgow on Friday March 6, for a show at The Admiral in Waterloo Street.

His status is rising as his current album, “Atlantic” got a five-star review from Maverick Magazine while The Telegraph declared it to be among the best 23 albums of 2014.

He has toured and/or performed with the likes of Vince Gill, Buddy Miller, Jim Lauderdale and Mary Gauthier.

ANGEL SNOW WEBAlso on the bill is Angel Show, who hails from Chickamauga in Georgia.

Noted for her subtle guitar playing and excellent lyrics, rising star Angel makes her Scottish debut and will be performing songs from her latest album, “Fortune Tellers”.

She has also written songs for no less a star than Alison Krauss.

Ricky Ross (Another Country – BBC Radio Scotland) likes both of them, saying:

“Two artists who have made some of the most compelling music we’ve played on Another Country this year. Make sure you catch this great double bill.”

HandsomeFamily WEBThe Handsome Family plus Daniel Knox

Wednesday 11th March 2015

St Andrews In The Square Glasgow

Tickets £16 from Tickets Scotland 0141 204 5151

Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

Unreserved seating available

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The Handsome Family are set to bring their dark and delightful all-round musical merriment to St Andrews in the Square on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.

The mischievous minstrels – Rennie and Brett Spark – are great favourites in Glasgow with beguiling shows that are playful, and packed with great songs and music about anything from magnets to owls or milk.

Their song, “Far From Any Road” from their 2003 “Singing Bones” album, brought them to a wider audience after its use as the theme tune to the hugely popular TV series True Detective.

Newcomers to the devilish duo now know what long-standing fans have been raving about.

“The Handsome Family – as funny as ****, as sweet as love, and as serious as death” UNCUT

Daniel Knox’s unique baritone with an array of brass, strings, synthesizers, his usual band, and guest contributions from Brett Sparks and Thor Harris.

“An achingly lovely exercise in vintage, chrome-plated, wood-paneled Americana”- UNCUT 8/10

CERA IMPALA WEBCera Impala plus support

In association with Live @ The Star

Tuesday 31st March 2015

The Admiral Bar Glasgow

Tickets £9 from Tickets Scotland 0141 204 5151

Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

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Cera Impala is a banjo-wielding mama who oozes wild style. Her songs are unique yet feel instantly familiar, and she delivers them with a voice that melts even the hardest of hearts.

Originally from Flagstaff, Arizona, Cera has performed all across the USA and Europe. Cera appears with her husband and fiddler, Dr. Dirk Ronneburg (Southern Tenant Folk Union, Viper Swing).

Since making a home in Edinburgh in 2012, she has also lent her voice to the notorious queens of harmony, The Bevvy Sisters.

“Graceful, eerie, tragically beautiful, it’s like she’s living with a backwoods secret she’s determined to keep.”–Victory Review (Seattle)

AGS CONNOLLYAgs Connolly plus John McMeekin
In association with Live @ The Star

Tuesday 14th April 2015
The Admiral Bar Glasgow
Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

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Ags Connolly is a traditional country (or ‘Ameripolitan’) singer-songwriter from Oxfordshire. His debut album ‘How About Now’ was released on Drumfire Records in February 2014 to critical acclaim:

As a live performer, Ags has appeared at events such as the 2013 Country 2 Country Festival at the O2 Arena and the 2014 Southern Fried Festival in Perth. He has also opened for various international artists such as Jimmy LaFave and Fred Eaglesmith. Ags has recorded songs for Bob Harris’s ‘Under The Apple Tree’ sessions, while being championed from various quarters including The Guardian and BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz.

“A compelling debut” – Independent on Sunday (4/5)


Mark Olson 2015 WEBMark Olson plus Monica Queen

Wednesday 22nd April 2015

The CCA 350 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow

Tickets £13 from The CCA 0141 352 4900

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Jayhawks’ founder member, Mark Olson continues to create and record – and he’ll showcase his latest solo release at a show at Glasgow’s CCA on April 22.

The singer-songwriter has been responsible for some of the most blissful, genre-defining Alternative Country and Americana ever recorded but on his first solo album for five years, ‘Good-bye Lizelle,’ Olson strikes out in an altogether different direction, resulting in songs that prove both poetic and mystical.

The album – written and recorded across several continents and featuring his Norwegian wife, Ingunn Ringvold on vocals– has been attracting hugely favourable reviews from the critics.

Of the new Olson album, Folk Radio UK wrote: “there are no bad songs here, just degrees of excellence.”

Mark Olson is one of the most recognised and revered figures in the Americana music genre so a show in Glasgow is a ‘must-see’.

His music has brought pleasure to so many people over the years with The Jayhawks, other bands and solo so it’s a real big deal that he’s agreed to include Glasgow in a major tour.”

Glasgow’s very own Monica Queen will open up the show.

Kris & Boo WEBKris Drever & Boo Hewerdine

Friday 24th April 2015

The CCA Glasgow

Tickets £14 from The CCA Box office 0141 352 4900

Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

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Saturday 25th April 2015

The Pleasance Cabaret Bar Edinburgh

Tickets £14 from Tickets Scotland 0131 220 3234 or Ripping Records 0131 226 7010

Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

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The prolific and highly rated Kris Drever and Boo Hewerdine are doubling up on their undoubted talents for two special shows in Glasgow and Edinburgh in April.

The duo are playing gigs together at the CCA in Glasgow on 24th April and 25th April the following evening at The Pleasance Cabaret Bar in the capital.

Award-winning singer, Kris Drever, one-third of the award-winning trio LAU, recently released “Mareel”, a five-track EP and it confirms his rightful place at the heart of today’s contemporary roots’ scene.

Like Kris, Boo Hewerdine has many admirers. He works hard and is justifiably celebrated for his work as a solo artist, band member and as a collaborative songsmith. Boo tours, writes and records with Eddi Reader, and has penned some of her biggest songs, including “The Patience Of Angels”.

JOSH ROUSE WEBJosh Rouse plus Tim Keegan

Wednesday 29th April 2015

Oran Mor Glasgow

Tickets £16 from Tickets Scotland 0141 204 5151 or behind the bar in Oran Mor

Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

Unreserved seating available

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Nebraska-born singer-songwriter Josh Rouse makes a welcome return to Glasgow after a three-year gap for a show at Oran Mor in April.

In that month his latest album, the ten-track “The Embers Of Time” will also be released, an endeavour he’s described as his “surreal expat therapy record.”

Now based in Spain, the new recording features some his most complex song writing to date with confessional lyrics and Glen Campbell-style countrypolitan, radio friendly arrangements.

He is an emotional and whole-hearted performer who leaves a positive mark on audiences wherever he plays.

It’s been a while since Josh Rouse played in Glasgow so we’re pleased to welcome him back, especially as he’ll be promoting his new album while dipping into an impressive back catalogue.
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plus Siobhan Wilson

Thursday 14th May 2015

St Andrews In The Square Glasgow

Tickets £16 from Tickets Scotland 0141 204 5151

Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

Unreserved seating available


Internationally acclaimed modern folk trio Lau announce a European tour in support of their highly anticipated forthcoming new album (due for release in May 2015 on Reveal Records).

Lau are three highly individual and extremely gifted musicians – Martin Green (accordion and electronics) Aidan O’Rourke (fiddle, fx) and Kris Drever (vocals, guitars). For a decade they have been stretching folk music’s boundaries further and exploring new musical territory with each release and concert tour.

2012’s ‘Race The Loser’ album was nominated for Scottish Album of the Year and featured in many critics best of year lists. Lau appeared on BBC TV’s Later… with Jools Holland extending their audience considerably in the process and won their fourth BBC Radio Folk Award for Best Group a few months later.

For their new album, The Elysian Quartet, a group that share Lau’s fearless desire to create something new through improvisation, will feature and the new recordings are produced by Brooklyn based artist and multi-instrumentalist Joan Wasser (Joan As Police Woman). What comes next from Lau promises to be their greatest musical recorded statement yet.


***** The Guardian Albums of the Year **** MOJO **** Observer


******** UNCUT 8/10 ‘The U.K’s best live band’ The Guardian ★★★★★


Foghorn Stringband COVERThe Foghorn Stringband
plus Jenn Butterworth & Laura Beth Salter

Sunday 17th May 2015

The CCA Glasgow

Tickets £13 from The CCA Box office 0141 352 4900

Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

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They spread the gospel of old-time American roots music all over the world – and now The Foghorn String Band are aheadin’ to Glasgow for a CCA gig on Sunday, May 17, 2015.

With seven albums, thousands of shows and over a decade of touring under their belts they’ve been steadily proving that American roots music is a never-ending well of inspiration.

Emerging from Portland, Oregon’s underground scene, the core duo of the band are, Caleb Klauder and Stephen “Sammy” Lind, who make sure their music remains as furiously compelling as ever.

They play over 200 dates a year and each is a joyful and rowdy night out: so hold on to your hats.

“The Foghorn Stringband play old-time American string-band music and they play it with all the passion, warmth, bite and fire of an illicit spirit.” – Folk Words.