Guest on Travels With My Auntie Liz on Tuesday 23May 2017 are Joy Dunlop from the band LAS for 8-9 and James Lindsay from 9-10 Both have stunning new albums just out – so listen in to hear some of Scotland’s finest young musicians from trad to jazz!
LAS (meaning ignite) are an exciting female five piece featuring leading players from the contemporary Celtic music scene. They explore Scotland & Ireland’s shared cultural links through exhilarating dance/music collaborations and Gàidhlig / Gaeilge song. The got together in 2015 and have recently released a 5 trac CD – Joy Dunlop will be chatting about the band/ EP and upcoming gigs.
See them live on BBC Two Trad Ar Fad!
Joy Dunlop (Scotland)/ Edel Ní Churraoin (Ireland) / Gráinne Brady (Ireland) / Suzanne Fivey (Scotland) / Catherine Ní Shúilleabháin (Ireland) –
- Tracs Máire Mhóir / The Flying Wheelchair / The Doberman’s Wallet
- Finbarr Dwer’s / Fred’s Favourite / Grahame Allison’s Welcome To Traditional Music (fraser Shaw)
- Rannan Breugach / An tAmrán Bréagach
- Seinn O Chruadail / The Miller of Drohan / Thori a-nall Ailean ‘ugam
James Lindsay – new album ‘Strand’ and it out on tour with it – launched on 28 April at Folklub in The Hug And Pint for pre order and officially out on 2 June! And will be doing a min tour to launch the album! James also plays in the ‘super’ group Breabach! Will be telling us about his music and his most excellent new album
25 Tobermory – An Tobar
26 Ullapool – Ceilidh Place
27 Inverurie – Locos
Band:- James / Hamish Napier – Flute – Keys / Adam Sutherland – Fiddle / Megan Robertson Henderson – Fiddle/ Paul Harrison – Keys / Ben MacDougal – Guitar
- Hebrides Terrace Seamount
- The Silent Spring
- Shallow Firth
- Forvie Sands/Creel
- Beatfort’s Dyke
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