Saturday 18 January, brings you the first of the new talent to The Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections for 2014.
Eve Williams – Bangor Co. Down
Singer songwriter from Northern Ireland, Eve brings you her contemporary music based on traditional Celtic forms as well as songwriting collaborations with other artists.
Ho Ro – From Inverness
Ho Ro are a young and energetic Scottish trad folk trio from Inverness, bringing Scottish traditional music to you with many styles and genres to traditional Gaelic music and song.
Calum MacPhail / Rachel MacDonald/ Sean Cousins
Project Jam Sandwich – from Manchester
Project Jam Sandwich are five award-winning undergraduates from the Royal College of Music in Manchester, brining tunes from all over the world and original material from the band members.
Delia Stevens / Abel Selaocoe/Henry Alexander/ Paul Wheatley/ Kate Foster
Jaywalkers – from Cheshire
Three young artist from Cheshire who were BBC Young Folk Award finalists. They have gone on the road throughout England and Scotland with their bluegrass music.
Michael Giverin/ Lucy Williams / Jay Bradberry
Nua – from Toronto in Canada
Nua is an innovative new trad trio from Canada brining a unique sound to traditional music.
James Law/ Graeme McGillivary
Any queries and please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz Clark Co-ordinator and Presenter of The Danny Kyle Open Stage on behalf of Celtic Connections.
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