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22 April  Sandie Wyles Band


Sandie started writing songs seriously three years ago. I love playing my Taylor GS Mini. It is great for                            having out in the living room as it doesn't take up too much space. Enjoying seeing where this will take me. Winner of the Mussleburgh Vibrant Arts Festival singer song writer award 2016 for River Of Life.


29 April   Coaltown Daisies


The Coaltown Daisies are a duo of singer songwriters who write and perform dynamic

folk, soul and americana music and who have tremendous experience as performers,

recording artists and event managers. They are renowned for their highly engaging live

performances and steady professionalism which has resulted in them performing at

sought after venues and festivals all over the country.


6th May   Barbara Nesbitt

Barbara Nesbitt, a Georgia native, has found her home in music. Her life is reflected in her music.

At fifteen she left home and met Bernie Lee. Before long, they were playing gigs to large groups of

people, and she started writing her own songs but also made a great living doing cover gigs in a

succession of bands including Rare Daze, Cradle, and The Perpetrators, a duo with Lee. Barbara was

recognized with nominations for female songwriter of the year, and a win for acoustic performer of

the year.

13th. May    Brack'n'File


As part of their 2018 programme Brack’n’File bring a new exciting element featuring the amazing

voices of grandmother (Maureen Brack) and granddaughter (Amy Baillie) on a wide range of

material including original songs from Amy. Ably abetted by the versatility of bassist Rick

Nickerson and well known Edinburgh guitarist Tony Mitchell (formerly with Rankin File)

performing a selection of instrumentals.  Amy has featured on BBC Alba, supported major

Scottish acts such as Donnie Munro, Skerryvore, Scocha, and performed at major music festivals.


20th. May   Jim King


Jim started playing the guitar in the 60's and by the beginning of the 70s he was playing around some of his local folk clubs and pubs. By 1981 he was fronting the Boston Folk Club in Lincolnshire and earned a reputation as a competent and entertaining compére.In 1985 he moved to Glasgow. He was introduced to the Star Folk Club at Carlton Place and became a regular there for the next few years and it became a 'musical home' and a source of some great friendships.











    

     



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