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Stewart Hardie and Frank McLaughlin

Friday 26 October 2018

Fiddle virtuoso Stewart and superb guitarist/piper Frank McLaughlin possess a rare musical kinship,delighting audiences with their interplay as they explore music rooted in the traditions of Scotland, the Borders and Northumberland. In performance, they exemplify the very best of partnerships between fiddle and guitar.
Stewart and Frank have been working with Mick West, as his accompanists.

Stewart and Frank have released 3 cds of their
work together, Root 2, Compass, and The Gift
showcasing a broad range of their music. Another great night in prospect!
More info: http://

Pauline Alexander and Sandy Stanage

Friday 27 October 2017

Tonight, we have the wonderful voice of Pauline Alexander, accompanied by well-known guitar virtuoso Sandy Stanage. The duo have been making waves on the folk scene of late, and this will be a brilliant evening!
More info: http://

Paul McKenna

Friday 28 October 2016

With his band, excellent singer and guitarist Paul has pushed the boundaries of folk, appealing to audiences both young and ... mature. He will be performing as a duo with fellow band member Sean Gray.
More info: http://

The Paddy Callaghan Trio at Partick Folk Club!

Friday 31 October 2014

Join us at 7.30pm for a night of fantastic music from the Paddy Callaghan Trio!
More info: http://www.paddycallaghan.com/

George Papavgeris

Friday 25 October 2013

"The most prolific of creative men; the grandest of hearts and maker of songs that sear into the soul, George is unique, to say the least. His lilting accent lends a fantastic clarity to his delivery that is matched by deceptively simple guitar work. Few have written so many songs that demand your full attention and then insist, in the finest of ways, on staying with you forever. (Graham Searle)"
More info: http://www.folk4all.net/


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