Friday took us up past Loch Lomond, the “Rest & Be Thankful” pass, Inveraray, Lochgilphead, The Crinan Canal and into Knapdale to the village of Tayvallich [pronounced: tay-vee-allich (“ch” as in loch)], sheltered on the shores of Loch Sween. Tayvallich comes from the Gaelic, meaning “house of the pass“. There has been a settlement there Read more about Tayvallich – Fri 15th June 2018[…]
We just come back from a gig on the Isle of Coll! It is a small island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, west of the Isle of Mull, north east of Tyree and south of the islands of Eigg, Rum and Skye. Coll is about 13 miles (20km) long and 3 miles (5km) wide, Read more about The Isle of Coll, June 2018[…]
We’ve sold 120 tickets for our Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows already, and the printed programme hasn’t even come out yet! Yee-ha! “Jazz at Lunchtime” every day 3rd to 27th August 2018 Venue 188, Novotel Hotel, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh 12.30pm Click here for more info or to buy tickets Click here to see venue on Read more about EdFringe 2018[…]
2 gigs over 2 weekends up in Badenoch & Strathspey (Carrbridge & Kincraig) and Moray (Dyke & Fochabers). Glorious weather for both trips! Click here to see Carrbridge on Google Maps Our first concert was in Carrbridge Village Hall. This was the village hall used in the BBC Television Drama “Monarch of the Glen” (2000-2005) Read more about Carrbridge, Dyke, Fochabers, Kincraig: May 2018[…]
We’ve just come back from a fantastic wee tour: 4 gigs in 3 days, covering 760 miles. Phew! And the weather was glorious! We started with a concert in Clatt Village Hall near Huntly, Aberdeenshire with a full house! We received a great reception from the audience and met some very nice people. Not Read more about Clatt, Lyth Arts Centre, John O’Groats Book Festival, Applecross: 18th-21st April 2018[…]
We played concerts in Dalton & Gayles Memorial Hall, near Richmond and in Hutton-le-Hole in the North Yorkshire Moors. Very scenic countryside and a very warm reception form everyone. Here’s some pics:
A very enjoyable concert at Uig Hall near Dunoon. Beautiful location for a hall! Here’s some pics from the trip.
We thoroughly enjoyed playing at Caddonfoot Hall in the Scottish Borders last night. Very friendly, listening audience. Great acoustics in the hall.
Here’s a selection of photos from our journey back home via Glenfinnan, Fort William and Glencoe:
We had a fantastic few days in Ardnamurchan last weekend. With two very enjoyable concerts at The Sunart Centre in Strontian and Glenuig Village Hall. We met some very nice people and the weather was gloriously sunny (although very cold at night). This is our job – although trips like this often feel more like Read more about Ardnamurchan Concerts[…]