22nd May - 29th May, 2011
Partick Folk Festival - 27th - 29th May, 2011
'Folk, Blues and Beyond' acoustic fringe festival returns for a third year. This year helping to Keep Partick Weird and celebrate a diverse range of musical talent in conjunction with Partick Folk Festivsl
Attractions will include: Celine Donohue, Findlay Napier's Barroom Mountaineers, The Doghouse Roses , Jim Byrne and The Blackwoods, The Nearly Men, The Blas Collective, The Dolly Partick Band - and much more......
Once again Celtic Music Radio will be lending its support to the Festival:
Mary Kathleen Burke's show (15th May Jim Byrne and 22nd May, The Nearly Men and Paul Ross from The Rio Cafe)
on Ciaran Dorris's show on Sunday 22nd May, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Chris Rodger
Listen in at 1530AM or online at http://www.celticmusicradio.net
Friday 27th May - Sunday 29th May, 2011
St Peter's Hall, Chancellor Street, off Hyndland Street
Mick West and other well kent folkies will play host. No doubt the audience will get to hear Mick's amazing voice.
With Celine Donohue
Saturday 28th: Findlay Napier's Barroom Mountaineers (listen on YouTube plus Ciaran Dorris
The Ideal Band
Sunday 29th: John Faulkner support by The Friel Sisters - performing at St Patrick's Day Concert, Glasgow, March, 2011
568 Dumbarton Road, Partick
Some of Glasgow's Finest Roots and Americana
Sunday 22nd May: The Doghouse Roses
Monday 23rd May: Chris Barrett and Craig Ralston RESCHEDULED SUNDAY 29TH 7PM
Tuesday 24th May: Chris Rodger - joining Chris will be Meggan Reid on violin and Alan Train on pedal steel
Wednesday 25th May: Larry Guild - 'Bus to Boston'
Thursday 26th May: The Moonshiners
Friday 27th May: David Belcher - DJ
Saturday 28th May: Jim Byrne and The Blackwoods
Sunday 29th May: Sunday May 29 Bussy and Dave's Ironic Shambolic Monthly Pub Quiz Maytime Mind-boggler! With actor/musician Ian Bustard and withered poltroon David Belcher with the questions that count. Singular posers; tip-top prizes; amusement guaranteed.
27 Hyndland Street, Partick
The Limore Bar, 1206 Dumbarton Road, Partick.
with Mike and Ewan
8.30pm to 11pm
7pm to 10pm
presents the acoustic sessions
5pm to 10pm
'Come All Ye Session' hosted by Partick Folk Festival musicians
1pm to 5pm