Join us for a club night hosted and programmed by one of Fife’s finest, James Yorkston. Now, with live music back again at last, Tae Sup wi’ A Fifer returns with its unique mix of folk, rock, indie and spoken word from some of the most interesting artists in Scotland today, all hosted by James.
Get to know the artists…
Her debut, Bones You Have Thrown Me and Blood I’ve Spilled, won the Scottish Album of the Year back in 2015. Since then her ability to cast a spell over audiences with her dreamy voice and knack for a cracking melody has grown exponentially. Here we’ll be treated to songs from her third album for you who are the wronged.
A multi-award-winning comedian, writer, podcaster and film-maker, Josie is a trailblazer of the UK comedy industry, as the first woman to be nominated three times for prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award.
Indie-rock songwriter and comix artist Jeffrey Lewis has played many hundreds of gigs all over the world, both solo and with bandmates, habitually assembling different set lists for each night to weave in old songs, new songs, artwork, stories and surprises.
But, why wait until September? James is at the Byre in July with these three lovely faces.
Gruff is a Welsh musician, composer, producer, filmmaker and author. His new solo album Seeking New Gods sees the Super Furry Animal mythologise his a compelling sonic mountain of his own making.
Salena Godden is one of Britain’s best loved poets and performers. She is also an activist, broadcaster, memoirist and essayist and is widely anthologised. She has published several volumes of poetry, the latest of which was Pessimism is for Lightweights,and a literary childhood memoir, Springfield Road.
Winner of the 2019 BBC Radio 2 Horizon Award, Brìghde Chaimbeul is making a mark on the global stage. A native Gaelic speaker, her style is rooted in her language and culture, but draws inspiration from a variety of global piping traditions such as from Eastern Europe, Cape Breton and Ireland.