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Adam Holmes 1 (c) Zambian Astronaut WEBAdam Holmes & The Embers plus support

Friday 22nd May 2015

The CCA Glasgow

Tickets £12 from The CCA Box office 0141 352 4900

Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.

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Singer/songwriter Adam Holmes, whose reputation is growing steadily, is lined up for a CCA, Glasgow gig on May 22, 2015.

Adam played a sell-out show at the 2014 Glasgow Americana Festival and his debut album, “Heirs And Graces” was nominated for Scottish Album of the Year.

The 23-year-old from Edinburgh certainly delivers a cultured mix of traditional and contemporary folk music from both sides of the Atlantic with his own brand of Americana never far away.

“…his lilting bass vocal and blend of Scottish tradition and Americana was frequently entrancing” – The Scotsman.

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Brighter Still
Adam Holmes & The Embers

“Brighter Still” Album Launch
plus Maddie Dow

Thursday 9th June 2016

The CCA Glasgow

Tickets £13 from Tickets Scotland 0141 204 5151

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With his own take on folk melded seamlessly to Americana, Adam Holmes has lit up the Scottish music scene with his band, The Embers in recent years.

The 25-year-old from Edinburgh, with a new album due to be released next year, has been lined up to appear at the CCA in Glasgow on Thursday, June 9, 2016.

His 2013 debut album, Heirs and Graces, was both melodic and striking with an assured touch that belied his youthfulness as a singer/songwriter.

It won the former fiddler many glowing reviews as well as a nomination in the Scottish Album of the Year awards. His live shows – he appeared in 2015 at the Tonder Festival alongside Richard Thompson and John Prine, for example – also always prove impressive.

“Adam has great songs to share with his fine band so a night in his company is always something to relish,” said Kevin Morris of The Fallen Angels Club.

“…his lilting bass vocal and blend of Scottish tradition and Americana proved frequently entrancing.” – The Scotsman