Mick Hargan, Panic Anchor & Katee Kross, Bishiopbriggs School of Music, 17 June, 2017

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mick hargan bihopbriggs school of music

Singer Songwriting Circle

Saturday, 17 June, 2017 at 7 p.m.

Bishopbriggs School of Music, 102 Crowhill Road, Huntershill Village,  G64 1RP

Following the success of their sold out songwriter circle shows at Hug N Pint & The Glad Cafe. Mick Hargan, Panic Anchor & Katee Kross will be performing an intimate version of the Show at The Bishopbriggs School Of Music. This is a BYOB event. Bring your own booze. No Bar


Tickets are extremely limited and can only be purchased at


Reservation requests can be made at Newbornsessions@gmail.com
Doors are at 7pm

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Mick Hargan

Mick Hargan is a maniac. He released his 2nd record in 2015 – he signed with Chicago based publishers GO DIY – Since The summer of 2015 he has completed 3 Self Funded tours of the United States Culminating in a show at The Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles. He has also toured the United Kingdom and Ireland thrice and been making appearances in Reykjavik Iceland – Hargan also provides a platform in Glasgow for up and coming songwriters as well as touring musicians running and coordinating some 5 live gig / Showcases per week, justifying his moniker of being the hardest working musician.

“Mick’s a man after my own heart… uncompromising hard graft, no shit and relying on no-one but himself to make things happen” – Dave Arcari

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Panic Anchor


Panic Anchor is the moniker for Glasgow based songwriter Andy McBride. Starting in early 2014 he played 100 plus shows throughout Glasgow, Scotland and Europe. Panic Anchor released their debut EP – The Tennessee Sundays EP in July 2014 and promoted it during a 4 week residency at The Fringe in Edinburgh, Scotland.

2016 saw the follow up release ‘Codeine, Wine & Patsy Cline’ which included a full UK/IE tour and will follow this up with a headline European tour in September this year.

“There’s a hint of John Prine here…”
Americana UK
“Imagine a bluesy Lou Reed and you’re half way there….” – Glasgow Living

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Katee Kross

Website www.Kateekross.com
Facebook www.facebook.com/KateeKross/
Twitter @kateekross

Email kt.official@outlook.com
Katee is a 20 year old singer/songwriter from Bishopbriggs who has already worked with some of the big Names In the Scottish scene, Katee has supported Karine Polwart in March 2015 at the Lochwinnoch Music Festival, and has also appeared at the 2015 Celtic Connectons, Katee has supported RedSky July, and North Sea gas as well as Scocha, In September 2015 Katee supported Barbara Dickson and also supported Barbara in October 2015 after winning a finalist spot at the Spree Music Festival 2014 open stage Competition.
In may 2016 Katee Opened for James Grant of Love and Money
In October/November 2015 Katee traveled to Dunkeld for a week to play 4 gigs at the Dougie MacLean Amberfest .
In July 2015 Katee appeared on STV Glasgow’s Riverside show.
Katee Released her first E.P. (2015) as well as a single, The Hammer released on iTunes on Boxing Day 2015,
In March 2016 Katee opened for Dougie MacLean at the Lochwinnoch Arts Festival and joined him onstage to sing ‘’This Love will Carry ‘’
Nov 2016 Katee once again supported Dougie MacLean at the Thomas Muir Festival
March 26 2016 seen the start of a week long tour for Katee ending in the Fort Theatre Bishopbriggs on Saturday 2 April 2016 for the release of her debut album ‘’Beautiful Dreamer’’ which is a 10 track album with 9 of the songs penned by Katee
In may 2016 Katee Opened for James Grant of Love and Money
In October 2016 Katee played at Wembley Arena with Seasick Steve here is a link
Nov 2016 Katee once again supported Dougie MacLean at the Thomas Muir Festival
InOctober 2017 Katee will open for Sandi Thom at the Oran Mor Glasgow
Katee has a very active gig schedule, performing most weekends.
Katee’s Second album ‘’Don’t Fade to grey’ was released on 26.March 2017 And she teamed up with the Amberjax to tour with the album. They played King Tuts Glasgow ,Grand Ole Opry Glasgow, Broadcast Glasgow , Hug n Pint Glasgow as well as some acoustic gigs

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