The second Celtic Music Radio music night was held on Friday at Dow’s Bar, 9 Dundas Street – right next to Queen Street railway station entrance in Glasgow city centre and was part of the Celtic Music Radio 95FM St Andrew’s week celebrations.
Performing on Friday 28 November were Linsey Aitken & Ken Campbell and guests including Robin Crosbie, aka ‘Adullboy’ and Lanarkshire singer Mike Smith.
Ken Campbell, also pictured left upstairs at Dow’s on Friday, is a Scottish singer-songwriter with a well established pedigree over 30 years, with five albums to date, festivals, concerts, television and radio throughout Europe and beyond.
There was an outstanding performance from ‘Adullboy’ with his contemporary social comment on life. Listen from around 10 minutes from the start of hour 2 of Thank Folk its Friday on Catch Up anytime on 28 November.
Singer-songwriter Mike Smith from Airdrie, Lanarkshire in pictured below at Dow’s on Friday night, 28 November. Pictures: Ross Macfadyen.
The upstairs at Dow’s Bar, 9 Dundas Street, opposite Glasgow Queen Street railway station was a fundraising concert for Celtic Music Radio produced by presenter Paul McCluskey with sound engineering support from Steven (right), a Glasgow Caledonian University audio engineer student.
Go to the Celtic Music Radio Catch Up anytime section and select Thank Folk its Friday and the first hour of Danny’s Ceilidh programme to listen again to the music from Ken Campbell and Linsey Aitken upstairs at Dow’s in Dundas Street, Glasgow on Friday 28 November. Catch Up is available for up to 30 days after original transmission on 95FM.