Join Siobhan Miller for a St Andrew’s party like no other featuring three incredible bands whoare shaping the next wave in Scottish folk music. Over the past decade Siobhan hasbecome one of Scotland’s most celebrated vocalists combining the traditional and original ina powerful and energetic way making her a summer festival favourite. Multi-award winningand constantly touring the world over her live shows are a joyous blend of great songs andincredible musicianship tied together by Siobhan’s stunning vocals. Joined by her bandmade up of some of Scotland’s most in-demand and virtuosic musicians, she’ll beperforming a main set featuring some of her biggest hits from her critically acclaimed albumsincluding ‘Strata’ and her newest release ‘Bloom’.
Gnoss, whilst still in their mid-twenties, have already had two back-to-back selloutappearances at Glasgow’s world-famous Celtic Connections festival. Their last two albumshave become essential listens and they’ve built a loyal following with their high-spirited,forward-thinking take on traditional music coupled with the unique warmth of their live shows.Formed by the award-winning Orkney duo of fiddler/mandolinist Graham Rorie and singer-guitarist Aidan Moodie–with Connor Sinclair (flute/whistles) and Craig Baxter (bodhran)–the Glasgow-based quartet combine livewire instrumental sets with richly stirring songarrangement.
Sian have been making their harmonious mark on the Scottish traditional music scene since2016 with the incredible Gaelic vocal harmonies of Ceitlin Lilidh, Eilidh Cormack and EllenMacDonald. Their individual voices blend seamlessly, intertwining atmospheric harmoniesand sympathetic accompaniment from Innes White (guitar) to create a unique sound. Theirhighly acclaimed self-titled debut album produced by Capercaillie’s Donald Shaw wasreleased in 2020. With sell-out shows at Celtic Connections and all over Scotland they arealso known for their frequent collaborations with Niteworks including the hit single ‘Air Fàir anLà’.
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