Wednesday 25 Jan
Live from Celtic Music Radio during Celtic Connections from 20 January to 5 February 2017
From 11am – 5pm Local and international artists with music / interviews / chat – Also to Celtic Connections on Campus from the GUC
2pm Nae Plans – Hamish Napier & Adam Sutherland Appearing at Celtic Connections 26 Jan at The Drygate
Come along and see talent from the colleges and universities of Scotland at
Glasgow Caledonia University Celtic Connections on Campus
And yes it is free! Also live on Celtic Music Radio
Celtic Music Radio would also like to thank the audio students from GCU for their technical input in the Buchanan Suite for our live broadcasts during Celtic Connections 2017
Jodie Waite from Glasgow Caledonian University
Jodie Waite is a singer, songwriter and musical performer based in Scotland. Jodie made her first TV performance on STV Glasgow’s ‘Riverside Show’ in 2015 and has performed on Clyde 1, Celtic Music Radio and Your Radio. Jodie has appeared in numerous venues across the UK including the Oran Mor, Garage Attic, and Broadcast to name only a few.
Glasgow University Folk Group
Glasgow University Folk Music Group is an open society for anyone interested in playing both modern and traditional folk music. Although we can mostly be found playing at a session in the Dram pub on a Monday night, we also prepare a few energetic sets to perform at the university’s music concert each semester.
Hugh Kelly from Glasgow University
Hugh Kelly is an Alt. Blues/Soul singer-songwriter based in Glasgow. He released his debut EP in Feb 2016, where Scotland on Sunday and The Scotsman both featured him as their ‘Artist of the Week’. He was selected as ‘single of the week’ in March on BBC Radio Scotland’s Janice Forsyth Show, highlighted as one of Jim Gellatly’s top picks for April in The Sun newspaper & featured as one of the ‘Fresh Faves’ by Tom Robinson.
Hugh completed a 10 date UK tour in May/June before launching into 45 solo gigs at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August – his highlights were performances for Scottish Television (STV) & also 2 performances for BBC Radio Scotland & the BBC at the Edinburgh Festivals.
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