Dallahan at Underdog, Aberdeen
Dallahan is one of the most thrilling forces in the international folk music scene; heavily rooted in traditional Irish music, but with hugely diverse backgrounds and influences.
Salthouse at Underdog, Aberdeen
Since the release of their 2013 debut 'Lay Your Dark Low', Scottish band Salt House have established themselves as a strong force on the folk scene.
Fiddle Workshop with Lauren MacColl aimed at Intermediate Players and Above
Fiddle Workshop with Lauren MacColl: Raised on the Black Isle, Lauren MacColl is considered one of the most expressive fiddle players of her generation.
Trad Guitar Workshop with Ewan MacPherson
Trad Guitar Workshop with Ewan MacPherson: A dynamic and versatile musician Ewan has received critical acclaim for his work with a number of groups across the scottish music scene.
Songwriting Workshop with Jenny Sturgeon
Other Music Promotions, SC&T and Musicrange are delighted to be hosting this songwriting workshop by the excellent Jenny Sturgeon.
McGoldrick, McCusker and Doyle at the Blue Lamp, Aberdeen
Michael McGoldrick is a founding member of Flook , and Lunasa and is a current member of Capercaillie.
Clype at Aberdeen Folk Club
Formed in 2015, Clype is an exciting duo comprising pianist and singer-songwriter Simon Gall of Salsa Celtica and fiddler Jonny Hardie of Old Blind Dogs.
Mairi Campbell's 'Pulse' at Woodend Barn, Banchory
A celebration in viola, voice, movement, animation and storytelling, Pulse is Mairi Campbell’s musical homecoming, journey of the heart and quest to find her pulse.
Barbara Dymock and Chris Marra at Stonehaven Folk Club
Barbara was brought up in Fife, learning Scottish and Irish songs from her grandparents.
The John Langan Band at the Blue Lamp, Aberdeen
Award winners at the world-renowned Celtic Connections Festival, The Langan Band have toured extensively throughout the UK and Internationally, and gained themselves a large and loyal fan base along the way. The Glasgow power-trio create a dynamic sound that is rooted in Celtic Folk but encompasses Balkan, Roma and Flamenco elements, fuelled by a visceral punk spirit.
SC&T End of Term Concert
The SC&T End of Term Concert is scheduled for Sunday March 26th (Mothers Day), 3-6pm at the MacRobert building.
Stuart Forrester and Jonny Hardie at Aberdeen Folk Club
Cumbrian-born singer, guitarist, dulcimer player and songwriter Stuart Forester accompanied by Old Blind Dogs fiddler and guitarist Jonny Hardie.
Bob Fox at Stonehaven Folk Club
A fine exponent of storytelling through song, BOB FOX is deeply influenced by the working class culture and industrial folk song prevalent in his native County Durham. For over 40 years he has toured extensively throughout the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand and Australia, performing mostly solo but also alongside such musical heavyweights as Ralph McTell, Richard Thompson and Fairport Convention. Twice nominated as Best Folk Singer in the BBC Folk Awards, Bob has long been a favourite on the live circuit.
Gerry Creen at Stonehaven Folk Club
Gerry Creen has been a stalwart of the Belfast folk scene long before his first album 'A Rose By Any Other Name' graced the Irish airwaves in 1986.
North Sea Gas at Aberdeen Folk Club
Ronnie MacDonald, Grant Simpson and Dave Gilfillan form one of Scotland’s most popular folk bands, which has been going for over 35 years.
Fiona Hunter and Innes Watson at Stonehaven Folk Club
Fiona Hunter is one of Scotland’s foremost traditional singers and is fast garnering a reputation as a highly gifted song interpreter.
Tom McConville at Stonehaven Folk Club
Award winning fiddle player and singer Tom McConville is internationally renowned for his fiery, heart-stopping performances.
John Doyle at Stonehaven Folk Festival
Name many of the most notable recordings and/or performers in Irish music and it's a fair bet that the Irish guitar wizard - John Doyle - had something to do with them.Liz Carroll; Eileen Ivers; Karan Casey; Solas; Michael Black; Mary Black; the trio of McCusker, McGoldrick and Doyle; and now Usher's Island (Andy Irvine, Donal Lunny, Mike McGoldrick, Paddy Glackin and John Doyle) - a veritable who's who of the greatest names in Irish music.
Heidi Talbot at the Blue Lamp, Aberdeen
Heidi Talbot was born in Ireland became a folk star in the USA as a member of the Irish American band Cherish the Ladies, and now lives in Scotland, where she is married to the celebrated fiddler and multi-instrumentalist John McCusker.