Come along and enjoy high quality entertainment down in Partick. Mick West along with his partner, Irene, and a wee gang of local music enthusiasts, including Gavin and Claire Livingston, put on a great show in the relaxed atmosphere of St Peter’s Hall, Chancellor Street, Partick
Last Friday of every month
£8, Concession £6
Bring Your Own Bottle – sit back and relax, partake of some excellent home soup during the break and you could even win a great prize in the raffle.
Music includes: traditional, folk, acoustic, americana and blues.
Friday 26th April
“Britain’s finest songwriter since Richard Thompson”
Robb will be promoting his new album “Bring Down the Moon”!
Doors 7:30pm BYOB! £8/£6.
Friday, March 29, 2013
Partick Folk Club – St Peter’s Church Hall, Chancellor St, Partick
Home made soup!!
Friday 26th October, 2012
Guitarist and piper Frank McLaughlin with Gillian MacDonald and Euan and Lewis McLaughlin
Frank is best known in Glasgow for his work with the Mick West Band. He also tours regularly with North East Fiddler Stewart Hardy.
On Friday evening Frank will be performing with his partner, Black Isle singer Gillian MacDonald.
Frank and Gillian performed throughout Europe and Canada for many years together before settling down to have children. In 1998 they released their CD Out of the Wood and they have both appeared on the highly respected Songs of Robert Burns collection.
Their sons Euan and Lewis McLaughlin are now talented musicians in their own right and are currently attending the City of Edinburgh Music School. They will be joining Gillian and Frank on Friday on Fiddles, keyboard and percussion for what promises to be an entertaining evening.
Friday 31st August, 2012
Alasdair is a veteran of the Scottish music scene, known both for his song-writing and performing skills.
Partick Folk Club. St Peter’s Hall. Chancellor Street Partick.
Partick Folk Club – Friday 29th June 2012
Aaron is well know for his work with Old Blind Dogs and as winner of Scottish Trad instrumentalist of the year but twin Nathon is also a very fine musician on Dobro,Guitar and Banjo. they will be presenting a programme of songs and tunes from the Scottish, Irish and American traditions.
St Peters’s Hall. Chancellor St Partick Glasgow G11 5PS. Doors open .7.30pm. BYOB! entry£8 or &poind;6 unwaged
Friday 30th March
Ian Bruce and Ian Walker performing as a duo
Host Gavin Livingstone
24th February 2012
Scottish Traditional Songs and Ballads
Tom, Maggie & Emma Spiers sing a variety of folk songs, mainly but not exclusively, traditional material from the north east of Scotland. Their presentation ranges in style from a cappella, to arrangements accompanied by Tom on Fiddle or Tenor Guitar.
Friday 28th October, 2011
with Bill Adair, Adam McCulloch and Jim Shearer taking song each in rotation.
Partick Folk Club,
St Peter’s Hall, Chancellor Street, Partick
BYOB!!!FREE Hame made soup!
£8, Concession £6
This month’s guests are: Muldoons’ Picnic – A’cappella group
Sing mostly their own arrangements of traditional unaccompanied harmony from around the world, though also “dabble in styles from the sublime to the ridiculous”.
The group have a particular interest in the American shapenote or Sacred Harp tradition.
“If you haven’t come across this wonderful group before, prepare to be amazed” Four Fools Folk Festival
“They can come and picnic on my lawn any time they like!” Gibb Todd, Celtic Connections
Friday 25th February 2011
£8 / £6
St Peter’s Church Hall, Chancellor Street, Partick
People particularly enjoyed the playing of Sean McGee – senior and junior and The Moonshiners, once more welcomed back with open arms.
Young students from RSAMD displayed their talents to great effect. Fergus Muirhouse gave a rousing rendition of Tam O’Shanter and Irene West delivered the haggis to Colin Greive’s piping.
Another real treat was seeing Peter and Gavin Livingstone play together and everyone joined in Peter’s wonderful song: The Mission Hall
Mick West reminded everyone of the sad death of the wonderful songwriter Alistair Hulett and glasses were raised in his memory.
Partick Folk Club