Click on the Catch Up section to listen to the finalists at the Danny Kyle Open Stage on Friday 18 October from 5-6.00pm when Celtic Music Radio came live from Paisley’s National Festival – The Spree in the Speigletent in County Square, Paisley.
All 16 acts who took part are winners. Out of these winners have been chosen three Finalists who will performed in the Spiegletent in County Square, Paisley.
West College Scotland Band
Jacob & Jane met up whilst studying music at college and teamed up with Paisley Reid Kerr College graduates Fraser & Ally to form their band creating on original mix of jazz, folk and blues incorporating finger style guitar and powerful melodies.
Jane Cleland / Jacob Hodge/ Fraser McPherson/Ally Brown
Born in Paisley, Calum is a classically trained cellist, singer/songwriter. He has studied at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York . Calum has played, worked and jammed with musicians from allover the world but his first gig in Paisley took place here on the Danny Kyle Open Stage !
Paisley singer-songwriter Michael Cassidy this year won the prestigious Gerry Rafferty prize for song writing with his song The Men Who Stood Beside Me in the War. Michael whose influences range from folk singers such as Richard Thompson and John Martyn to more contemporary acts like Rufus Wainwright and Radiohead.
Any queries or esquires and email Liz on firstname.lastname@example.org
All concerts will be available on Catch up in the next few days.
Please also note that applications are being received for The Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections 2014 in Glasgow and takes place from 17 January to 2 February 2014.