Friday 25th - Sunday 27th May
All events are in St Peter's Church Hall. Chancellor St, Partick
A gifted and captivating performer whose warm, haunting alto is delicately cradled by her "sparkling guitar" (Sing Out!). She is both song crafter and song collector, equally at home with traditional Irish and Appalachian folk songs, Elizabethan ballads and 1930s jazz numbers.
Suppororting Sarah will be Mick West - considered by many to be one of Scotland's finest interpreters of traditional song, attracting worldwide critical acclaim - and Frank McLaughlin
"[Mick's] heart felt rendition of ?Kelvin?s Purling Stream? which was beautifully accompanied by Frank McLaughlin'.
Garden Sessions - The Royal Oak
A fabulous double bill with:
The Paul McKenna Band
"The best folk band to have come out of Scotland in the last twenty years" New York Times
and Kyle Warren Band - world champion piper and member of the Red Hot Chilli Pipers.
The Gillebride MacMillan Band
Gillebr?de MacMillan has been described as having a voice "that wine writers would love to set their vocabularies loose on - mahogany richness with hints of sea salt, perhaps - and he has a way of singing in Gaelic that conveys the gist and tone of a song by subtle inflection".
The support act on the 27th will be Maeve Mackinnon, acclaimed contemporary Gaelic singer from Glasgow.
'a truly stunning voice' The Herald.
Doors open 7.30pm concerts commence at 8pm.
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