Its been a little while since we last played in Germany, but that'll all change in October as were on tour for a week. Heres the dates:
7th October Greiz, Café Lebensart, Germany 8th October – Solingen, Cobra, Germany 10th October - Dillenburg, Erbse, Germany 11th October - Wetzlar, Café Vinyl, Germany 12th October – Norderstedt, Music Star, Germany 13th October – Berlin, private Show
All details on the gigs page. Hope to see you there. Over a pint, of course.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 06 September 2012 15:49 )
Friday 10th August - The State Bar, Holland Street, Glasgow Tuesday14th August - Montrose Folk Club, Montrose Wednesday 15th August - Aberdeen Folk Club, Aberdeen Thursday 16th August - The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool Friday 17th August - Coigach Hall, Achiltibuie
Please note: the show on the 9th of August at The Royal Oak in Edinburgh advertised on the poster will not now take place.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 25 July 2012 11:46 )
Hazy Recollections @ Celtic connections
Wednesday, 25 January 2012 10:00
We're looking forward to playing at hazy recollections at Celtic connections on Sunday afternoon (the 29th) along with Findlay Napiers barroom mountaineers, Kim Edgar, Dean Owens and Foy Vance. We recorded our rehearsal last week, and here's a song we may play.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 25 January 2012 13:37 )
Utrecht, October 2011
Thursday, 03 November 2011 15:26
Whilst on our recent Dutch Tour, we took the chance to record a couple of tracks on the morning we left to come home. We wanted to play a few tunes that were associated with Bert Jansch, so we played Angie, Needle of Death and Nottamun Town. Theres also an instrumental called Roadtripping with a guest appearance by Cate the cat....
It's being sadly reported that legendary guitarist Bert Jansch has passed away after an longterm illness. Bert Jansch's career took in 5 decades and over 20 albums, and he provided inspiration for many musicians of all genres, including me (Paul). I think its safe to say that if I hadn't seen Bert Jansch play in 1996 I would never have written a song and certainly wouldnt have tried to find my own voice. Among many very fine songwriters to come out of the folk revival in the late 60's, Bert Jansch is virtually alone in being respected by metallers, jazzers, country players and the rest. Although he was put into the folk bracket, much of his music, particularly his instrumentals, defy categorisation (check out Chambertin from LA turnaround for example), and along with the music he's left, his legacy will also be remembered in that his art came first...before fame, before money and before any compromise.
In early 1995, my Brother and I had found a copy of Bert Jansch's second album, "It Don't Bother Me" This was a new sound for us, raised on Led Zepplin and AC/DC records and we thought it was really wierd someone recording a purely acoustic album (WHAT...no electric guitars). As this was pre-internet days for us, we knew nothing about the album or Bert Jansch until we saw an advert for a show in March 1996 at the Press Club on St.Vincent street in Glasgow. We were used to going to venues like the Barrowlands so a place like this was new and we arrived so early that the barman was just opening up.....we were on our second pint when Bert Janch and Bobby Barton, (who opening the show, and played slide guitar on some of Bert's songs that night) came in and played pool. We were also the last people out and carried some of their gear down the stairs for them. I bought and got signed Bert Jansch's current album of the time "When the Circus Comes to Town" which is still one of my favourite records, and without getting all misty eyed, that show changed my life. I have bootleg CD of that concert but have never listened to it, as I like the way in plays in my head just fine......So thanks for the music Bert, and I hope you enjoy the all star jam session in the sky
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 05 October 2011 12:54 )
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 11:20
We've had to temporarily remove the music club / mailing list part of the site due to it being spammed hundreds of times a day. Were going to sort a solution out to this, but in the meantime if you'd like to sign up to our mailing list you could just send a message via the contact form with mailing list in the title and we'll add you. Alternatively were on facebook and post a lot of stuff on their too
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 12:51
We quite recently moved our "offices" to the Hidden Lane in Glasgow, which is creative community in a cobbled Lane in Central Glasgow, so hidden even the google streetcar cant find us (or cant get down the lane, one of the two). I'm also giving guitar and banjo lessons from our new offices, and you can check out more about this at my website - www.glasgowguitarteacher.com