On tonight’s famous Thank Folk prednisone 100 mg its Friday with Ross Macfadyen, there will be a live music session from Lukenbooth in studio 1.
Luckenbooth is a four-piece, Lanarkshire based outfit. The name Luckenbooth describes a brooch dating back to Mary Queen of Scots time and essentially is two entwined hearts. It was the equivalent of an engagement ring. The band liked that background and called themselves Luckenbooth when they formed some 13 years ago.
Luckenbooth are Christine on vocals, cello, whistle and percussion; Mhairi on fiddle, viola and vocals; Alex on guitar, mandolin, whistles and flute; Jim on guitar, bouzouki, mandolin and the occasional vocal.
The band plays mainly around Scotland’s central belt at clubs and festivals. Whilst their repertoire is a mix of traditional and contemporary, the band tailors their set to suit the audience. Ross will be chatting to members of Luckenbooth, who like to get their audiences singing along and choose their choice of material reflects that.
Thank Folk its Friday with Ross Macfadyen, Friday 15 November 8.00-10.00pm and Catch Up anytime.