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Sunday Nights 8.30 pm   Tickets £6

      23rd September Roseanne Reid

Roseanne was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and currently lives in Dundee where I spend my time writing songs and obsessing over other people’s dogs. Growing up, there was always music in her house. While this ranged through punk, pop, and soul, I was drawn above all to folk and country. This genre of music had the songwriting which seemed most authentic to me, and vocals which spoke directly to my heart and bones. She has recently released her first album on which the fabulous Steve Earle, who is a huge fan of her work, guests and was responsible for getting her started on the album.

30th. September     Matthew Scott

Matt Scott is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the West of Scotland who has headlined shows across the UK, in North America and in Europe. 2017 saw the release of his debut EP, backed by a band, with the facetiously titled "Whoever That Is…” followed by two headlining shows at King Tuts (Glasgow) and a headlining slot at Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival (Inverness).

North America has seen two performances by Matt in Nashville, Tennessee before starting 2018 with national radio coverage and further headline performances around Scotland.

The singer has received kudos from legendary Scottish artists such as Frankie Miller and Paolo Nutini, and has supported notable acts including The Alabama 3, Hurray for the Riff Raff, and Ben Caplan.

7th.  October    Homemade Jam

Home Made Jam are really looking forward to coming back to the Wee Folk Club.  They originally

formed the band out of a session just down the road, and last year celebrated their 20th anniversary.

  The traditional bluegrass line-up of guitar, bass, banjo, mandolin and fiddle, plus four singers, can

deliver an amazing mix of material from blistering breakdowns to murder ballads to gospel, with the

odd train song in between!  This music really shines in the acoustic setting of the Wee Folk Club and

is designed to make you feel good about singing sad songs.  The band feels privileged to have been

the first to play after Paddy died and they pay tribute to the people who were there and helped them through “Will the Circle Be Unbroken”.  It is unbroken- Come and join our bluegrass family!

14th. October              Sylvia McGowan and Eileen Penman

These ladies are very well known in folk circles throughout the country. Founding members of

Stairheid Gossip, they are very skilled in singing in close harmonies and specialise in songs about

women, songs against injustice and even some funny ones. An evening spent with them is always

educational and great fun.

21st. October    Carrie Martin

28th. October     Fhonn