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Friday, April 26, 2013

Bruce Molsky and King Creosote to give evenings at Catstrand

A couple of musical evenings happening at CatStrand:


Bruce Molsky’s art is weaving fiddle, guitar, banjo and song into a beautifully compelling style of American and world traditional music. He transports his audiences on a captivating journey that begins with the archaic sounds of Appalachia and reaches to Ireland, Eastern Europe, West Africa and beyond. His award-winning CDs are established staples for roots music lovers all over the world. Discover real acoustic music presented by one of America’s folk virtuosos.

“Bruce Molsky is surely the best Old-time fiddler alive today, but he’s also a remarkable guitarist, banjo player and singer.” —Claude Vue, Trad Magazine
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

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Sunday 5th May 7.30pm £12/10

King Creosote is the stage name of singer-songwriter Kenny Anderson from Fife. The fantastic 2011 Mercury Prize Nominee began recording albums under the name King Creosote in 1995. Since then, Anderson has released over forty albums, beginning with “Queen Of Brush County” in 1998. He is also a member of Scottish-Canadian ‘supergroup’, The Burns Unit. Emerging from the incredibly rich Scottish alt-folk scene, King Creosote is considered one of Britain's finest singer-songwriters of recent years.
We are delighted to present this very special acoustic concert by the Scottish folk pop maverick.
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