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January

Haggerdash

Friday 25 January 2019

HAGGERDASH are

Alan Jones - Concertina, Bouzouki, Guitar, 5-String Banjo as well as taking lead vocals on many well known and self penned songs. Alan is well known in Folk Music having previously played with Three's a Crowd, The Govan Spoonful and Hot Toddy

Jack Bethel - Hammered Dulcimer, Fiddle, Whistle, Concertina. Jack was a former member of the hugely popular band Setanta

Billy Stewart - Bouzouki, Guitar,5-String Banjo, Harmonica, Bodhran . Billy takes lead vocals on quite a few well known songs as well as performing his own compositions. He is also a founder member of Haggerdash
HAGGERDASH continue to be a popular Folk Band and are in demand for a variety of venues. Over the years they have performed at Orkney, Marymass, Crawfordjohn, Lomond, Glenfarg, Roe Valley and Tinto Folk Festivals as well as Portsoy International Boat Festival and Edinburgh Festival. They are also regular visitors to Ballerup Music Festival in Denmark.

The band are also regular performers at Folk Clubs throughout Scotland as well as being in demand for Corporate events and Tourist venues.

The main aim of HAGGERDASH is to provide an evening of fun and music

Past events

Rachel Hamer Band

Friday 26 January 2018

Rachel is a powerful and emotive singer from Whitley Bay, in the North East of England. The band, comprising Grace Smith (fiddle, vocals, clog dancing), Graeme Armstrong (guitar, vocals) and Sam Partridge (flute, piano) sets the backdrop for Rachel to create a moving and intricate sound, combining their passion for traditional tunes with Rachel's extensive repertoire (courtesy of having been born and bred on the local Traditional folk scene) - innovative and exciting music not to be missed.
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Burns Night at Partick

Friday 31 January 2014

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