Stevie Lawrence Is my guest in the studio tonight – as Director of The Mugdock Music Festival – running from 2 – 9 November 2013 – letting us know about this excellent festival in one of the most stunning settings and buildings you are ever likely to go to.
Appearing at the Mugdock Music Festival are |:-
Concert Night Thursday 7th November 7.45 – 10.15pm
Kat Healy – ‘ A combination of well-crafted songs, beautiful voice, and delightful stage presence” (Iain Bruce, session musician and former member of The Proclaimers)
JJ Gilmour. A naturally gifted musician, Internationally acclaimed Scottish singer-songwriter JJ Gilmour made his recording debut in 1989 with The Silencers, one of Scotland’s top bands
Concert Night Friday 8 November 7.45 – 10.15pm
Al Fleming – Al writes eclectic songs that reflect emotive events and experiences and, although the subjects may change, they all express strong personal observations
Dave Arcari – Slide guitarist & songwriter , alternative blues sounds owe as much to trash country, punk and rockabilly as they do pre-war Delta blues and have been showcased via eight internationally-acclaimed solo CD releases.
Concert Night Saturday 9 November 7.45 – 10.15pm
Craig Jeffrey Scottish singer/songwriter Craig Jeffrey started his recording career in 2007 and one of his first big festival experiences was to play on the Danny Kyle stage at Celtic Connections where he won a coveted Danny Award
Graeme Clark As Bass Player and songwriter for the highly successful Wet Wet Wet, Graeme enjoyed levels of success and fame that most artists only dream of but has now made it clear that his solo career is a permanent fixture
For more information and programme of events click on Mugdock Music Festival
If you miss the programme you can listen Wednesdays 2-4.00am and 13:00 to 15:00 or on Catch Up – available for the next 30 days after broadcast.