Studio Guests Josie Duncan and Pablo Laufente – Tues 30 May with the Phat Controller – iain Copeland 10 – midnight. Iain will be be catching up with Josie & Pablo since their ‘big win’ – where do they see themselves going from here. Some choice tracks of what inspires them and tracks of their own.
Also Peter MacCalman of PM Music – Acoustic Affair in the studio for catch up and chat.
Listen again links- 1st hour – 2nd hour
This ‘Celtic’ connection of Josie from the Isle of Lewis and Pablo from Spain evolved from CC 2016 bring two cultures together evolving into a very accomplished, stunning young duo bursting onto the folk and festival circuit! Josie brings her beautiful voice, traditional, Gaelic and original song blending with Pablo’s sensitive and innovative guitar playing make this the most talked about duo on the scene.
Josie a recent graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where she studied with some of the masters of the Scottish and Gaelic traditions, Pablo completing his studies of guitar and fiddle at the National Centre for Excellence in Traditional Music, bring together a wealth of talent and experience.
Releasing their debut EP to ‘critical acclaim’ in Dec 2016 ‘Half of What You See’ – Skye Records . Have gone on to win BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award.
Some Upcoming Gigs –
19-22 July – HebCelt
30 July – Cambridge Folk Festival
12 Nov – The Harrison London
Peter MacCalman of Acoustic Affair are celebrating 15 years this year of bringing music to a wide audience!
Held in venues throughout Glasgow, the event provides a platform for songwriters – who have something to say!
1& 2 Terry Neason Band – Cottiers
2 Fischer-Z – Oran Mor
3 The Reason – 02 ABC1
4 Adam Beattie – Hug & Pint
6 Dime Notes – Websters Theatre
10 Sianar – Oran Mor
11 Neil Thomson – Hug & Pint –
16 The Allies – Classic Grand
16 Jamie McAulay and The Strays – O2 ABC2
17 Sketch – Classic Grand
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