If you missed Celtic Music Radio’s celebration of Scotland’s Patron Saint, St Andrew on Wednesday, 26 November, then go to the Celtic Music Radio Catch Up anytime section of the website where the live outside broadcast will be available for up to 30 days after broadcast on 95FM. There are 11 superb performers to listen to again.
Go to ‘Hotchkiss Hotchpotch’ hours 1-3 from 7.00pm on Wednesday 26 November and also Alan Burke on Wednesday 26 November, hours 1 and 2 until 12 midnight. As a live broadcast, there was a slight over-run beyond midnight and that is not available.
Celtic Music Radio was once again broadcasting live from Ubiquitous Chip, Ashton Lane, Hillhead, in the west end of Glasgow.
Gordon Hotchkiss presented his regular Wednesday night ‘Hotchpotch’ with a St Andrew’s flavour including live sets from local musicians and singers and a few guests.
The live music upstairs starts just after 7.00pm with:
Talisk–Mohsen Amini (concertina) Hayley Keenan (fiddle) and Craig Irving (Guitar) recently formed trio all living in Scotland and drawing influences from their various backgrounds they come together to bring their own interpretation of traditional music.
Steven Clark A insightful singer-songwriter with very thought provoking songs that have also been recorded by notable Scottish artists.
Jim King A singer-songwriter and for the last 25 years plus an adoptive Scot as well as writing and recording songs. Jim also does song workshops and tuition.
Shona Masson Fiddler, originally from the Isle of Skye and now in Glasgow recently joined the Celtic Music Radio team with a programme of Gaelic chat and music on Wednesday nights. Shona is pictured left with fellow Celtic Music Radio presenter Danny Matheson at the Ubiquitous Chip, in Ashton Lane, Hillhead, Glasgow on Wednesday 26 November 2014.
Maggie Adamson and Leonard Brown – pictured right at the Ubiquitous Chip broadcast on Wednesday 26 November. Maggie is a fiddler originally from Shetland who has won every fiddle competition going. Maggie has numerous albums, and team up with accordion player Leonard Brown for tonight’s show.
Christine Sparks, pictured left at the Ubiquitous Chip broadcast on Wednesday night, 26 November. Singer-songwriter was born in Renfrew and grew up in the land of Burns poetry and Celtic folk music.
Linda Jaxson One of the great soul singers from Glasgow has a new collaboration, Indigo Cel with Calum Ingram on cello and Graham McIntosh on guitar.
Finlay Allison & Jimmy Ross Stalwarts of the traditional Scottish folk scene. They met in 1969 and were in the original Levellers as well as too many collaborations to mention, but notably for both involved in the Alistair Hulett Trust projects in recent years.
Ian McFarlane a fine local singer-songwriter who will feature during Alan Burke’s 10-12 midnight session.
Papa Shandy – Kieran Sinclair (aka Papa Shandy) brings together stunning musicians in a genre of Bluegrass, folk, Celtic and rock to end off the evening.
Alan Burke with his Late Night programme from 10.00pm to 12 midnight will keep the St Andrew’s Celebrations going until 12 midnight with more live music sets.
Come and join us upstairs at the Ubiquitous Chip in Ashton Lane, Hillhead, just round the corner from Hillhead Subway station on Wednesday 26 November from 7.00pm. Enjoy a Haggis Pie and a dram for just £5!
St Andrew’s Celebration live from the Ubiquitous Chip, Ashton Lane, Hillhead, Glasgow on Wednesday 26 November, 7.00pm to 12 midnight.