PHIL ODGERS & BOBBY VALENTINO – live

Live at The Slaughtered Lamb, 34 Great Sutton St, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 0DX

Saturday 28th April 2018

Phil Odgers
Photograph by Dai Jeffries

Hot on the heels of his critically acclaimed ‘partial’ autobiography Tales From The Tracks, knock out album Roll To The Left and sold out UK tour, Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers rides into town with the larger than life Bobby Valentino playing some mean violin alongside him.

Founder member and one half of the joint vocal strike force of the inimitable The Men They Couldn’t Hang, Phil “Swill” Odgers is a well loved and prolific solo artist in his own right. Audiences around the world from Cairo to Reykjavik, Brisbane to Tokyo, and Berlin to London have succumbed to his effervescent and heartfelt vocal style.

A fine acoustic guitarist, singer and songwriter, his influences are far-reaching, ranging from his Scottish roots, through 50’s/60’s rock ‘n’ roll, punk, folk and country. Phil Odgers is a sorely undervalued national treasure!

His latest solo album, the highly regarded Roll To The Left, brings his song writing prowess into sharp, bright, focus. Lyrically this is a collection of unique tales with cinematic imagery – from kitchen sink realism and social commentary to Technicolor splendour. The album was recorded in the studio built for Kirsty MacColl by Steve Lillywhite (where she recorded ‘Fairytale Of New York’). Phil was privileged to record the album using to 3 very special acoustic guitars – one previously owned by Kirsty MacColl, one by Joe Strummer and the limited black edition Martin Guitar from Johnny Cash’s personal collection. It’s no surprise then that these organic, passionate and spirited sessions resulted in a magical and deeply accomplished record.

At this very special performance at the extremely fine Slaughtered Lamb in London EC1 you will have the opportunity to hear songs from this album, along with favourites from Phil’s back catalogue and even some TMTCH classics.

To make the gig even more special Phil will be accompanied by renegade virtuoso Bobby Valentino on fiddle.

Bobby Valentino:

The man who co-wrote and played violin on The Bluebells ‘Young at Heart’, Bobby has played on records by Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, The Alabama 3 and Paul Weller to name but a few.

He has also contributed to many recordings by The Men They Couldn’t Hang as well as frequently appearing with them on stage.

Bobby’s vocal talents are demonstrated on his solo albums ‘This is Murder’ and ‘Pat-a-Cake, Pat-a-Cake’ both of which will be on sale on the night.

Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers and Bobby Valentino – what a combination!!

The Slaughtered Lamb

If you like your gigs acoustic, it doesn’t get much better than at the Slaughtered Lamb. The room’s big enough to create an atmosphere, but the corner stage, which places the performers at eye level with the audience, makes for one of the most intimate musical experiences in London. It’s why American musicians will travel here for a single gig, and why it’s a great place to meet and mingle with fellow folk-lovers. Sure, it’s a pain if you’re there on a night when it’s standing-room only and you can’t see much. But the opportunity to have a drink with the band upstairs after the gig – most musicians can be found there post-performance – more than makes up for it.

Artist’s website: www.swillodgers.co.uk

Matthew Crampton and Jeff Warner tour new Human Cargo show

Human Cargo

Acclaimed storyteller Matthew Crampton unites with American folk music legend Jeff Warner in a new show based on Crampton’s book Human Cargo: Songs & Stories of Emigration, Slavery & Transportation.

Human Cargo gives voice to past exiles – emigrants, slaves, transportees – to shed fresh light on today’s migrations. Through the accompanying Parallel Lives project, it includes – wherever it performs – local stories of migration and partnership with local refugee and migrant support groups.

In a remarkable evening of story and song, Crampton tells true tales of individuals forced into exile in the 18th and 19th centuries. He weaves these stories through a tapestry of traditional folksong from the time performed by Warner. As Crampton explains, ‘History usually tells of the rich, the famous and the lucky. But what of ordinary people? Folksong helps give them a voice.’

Parallels with today are clear. Crampton says, ‘Mass migration is a defining dilemma for the world. Giving it an historic perspective can detoxify the debate. Adding local stories helps people find their own place in the story.’

This approach draws on Crampton’s recent success with his co-adaptation of Peter Bellamy’s folk ballads The Transports.   With full houses and standing ovations in two tours across Britain, critics agreed Crampton’s re-imagining of The Transports helped lift Bellamy’s brilliant concept to new levels.

Jeff Warner is one of America’s foremost interpreters of traditional music, well loved for connecting 21st century audiences with the everyday lives of people from past centuries. Born to one of America’s most eminent families of folksong collectors, Jeff grew up listening to the songs and stories of his father Frank Warner and the traditional singers his parents met during their collecting trips through rural America.

Through the Parallel Lives project, Crampton has formed links with 50 different refugee and migrant support groups. ‘There’s an incredible array of local initiatives across Britain – individuals who get together and say, we must help refugees who arrive in our town.

Crampton will also research and tell local stories at each venue. “I hunt through original passenger lists from 18th and 19th century ships to find people who’ve migrated from that very town. In parallel, I talk of people who’ve come to live there in recent decades.’

Crampton’s book, Human Cargo, was described by broadcaster Cerys Matthews as “An elegant, vital insight into human suffering and survival”.  The book gathers personal testimonies of those actually aboard slaveships, emigrant boats or transportation vessels. It links these with modern accounts of being trafficked. With 25 folksong lyrics and 50 gorgeous woodcuts and illustrations, it is “a little gem of a book” (FATEA) and “well-researched … fascinating … a great read” (Living Tradition Magazine).

The Human Cargo show travels Britain during May/June 2018 in a 16-date tour which leads up to UK Refugee Week (18-24 June). The tour starts at St Albans Maltings on 11 May. It travels widely across Britain, visiting venues such as Bristol St George’s, London King’s Place and Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.

Websites: matthewcrampton.com / thetransportsproduction.co.uk/parallel-lives  / jeffwarner.com

Matthew Crampton presents Parallel Lives:

TOUR DATES

11 May           St Albans, The Maltings Arts Theatre
8pm, £14/£13/£10, maltingsartstheatre.co.uk

12 May           Blackburn, Mellor Brook Community Centre
8pm, £12.50, mellorbrook.org/human-cargo

13 May           Settle, Victoria Hall
7.30pm, £14, £8, settlevictoriahall.org.uk

16 May           Cardigan, Theatr Mwldan
7.30pm, £14/£12, mwldan.co.uk

17 May           Bristol, St George’s
8pm, £8, £18/£16/£5, stgeorgesbristol.co.uk

23 May           Torrington, Plough Arts Centre
8pm, £14.50/£12.50, theploughartscentre.org.uk

2 June             Newcastle, Gosforth Civic Theatre
7.30pm, £12, £8, £3, gosforthcivictheatre.co.uk

3 June             Beverley, East Riding Theatre
£16, £14, eastridingtheatre.co.uk

5 June             Liverpool Philharmonic Hall Music Room
8pm, £12.50, liverpoolphil.com

7 June             Shoreham, Ropetackle Arts Centre
8pm, £14, ropetacklecentre.co.uk

12 June           Exeter, Phoenix
8pm, £14, £12, exeterphoenix.org.uk

13 June           Dorchester, Shire Hall
Details to come – venue opens in April

14 June           The Cut, Halesworth – with FolkEast
7.30pm, £14, newcut.org

15 June           London, Kings Place
8pm, £14.50, kingsplace.co.uk

16 June           Matlock, Florence Nightingale Hall, Holloway
7.30pm, £12.50, More info 01773 856545

17 June           Bedford, The Place
7.30pm, £14, theplacebedford.org.uk

PARALLEL LIVES PARTNERS FOR HUMAN CARGO TOUR

Bedford            Bedford Refugee & Asylum Seeker Support www.brassbedford.org.uk

Beverley           Open Doors Hull & TBC https://www.facebook.com/opendoorshull/

Blackburn         People’s Enterprise & Empowerment Forum www.peef-pendle.co.uk

Bristol              Bristol Refugee Rights http://www.bristolrefugeerights.org/

Bristol City of Sanctuary https://bristol.cityofsanctuary.org/

Cardigan          Cardigan & North Pembrokeshire Amnesty International Group

Dorchester       Verne Visitors Group http://www.vernevisitors.org.uk/

Dorset Race Equality Council www.dorsetrec.org.uk

Exeter              Refugee Support Devon http://refugeesupportdevon.org.uk/

Exeter City of Sanctuary https://exeter.cityofsanctuary.org/

Halesworth       Suffolk Refugee Support & TBC http://suffolkrefugee.org.uk/

Liverpool          SWAP Support for Wigan Arrivals Project https://www.swapwigan.org/

London            Refugee Council https://www.refugeecouncil.org.uk/

Matlock           Derby Refugee Advice Centre http://home.btconnect.com/derbyrefugeeforum/

Newcastle        Action Foundation http://actionfoundation.org.uk/

St Albans         St Albans for Refugees http://www.stalbansforrefugees.org/

Herts Welcomes Syrian Families http://www.hwsf.org.uk/

Settle                TBC

Shoreham         Brighton & Hove City of Sanctuary

https://brighton-and-hove.cityofsanctuary.org/

Torrington        North Devon Refugee Solidarity https://www.facebook.com/groups/1641979666042474/

North Devon Sunrise CIC www.northdevonsunrise.org

Bude Welcomes Refugees http://buderefugeesupportgroup.org.uk/

More info and full list of PL partners from previous tours at http://thetransportsproduction.co.uk/parallel-lives/partners

 

 

Scott Matthews – new album and single

Scott Matthews

Scott Matthews’ new record, The Great Untold, deserves to be a career defining one. The sixth studio album by the Ivor Novello Award-winning singer-songwriter (Best Song Musically & Lyrically for ‘Elusive) is a master class in honesty, instinct and reflection. A largely acoustic recording, Matthews’ new record features sparse production after being recorded over a productive winter at home. His ten-song cycle is the sound of a man now entirely comfortable in his own skin, putting his neck on the line with a collection of quietly extraordinary songs.

The ghosts of Paul Simon, Ron Sexsmith, Tim Buckley, Nick Drake and John Martyn loom large on a sixth record that revels in its stripped-back nature to show what an exceptionally strong songwriter Matthews really is. The absence of multi-layered instrumentation on The Great Untold, however, should not infer that it lacks depth. The richness in Matthews’ new work comes from the intricacy of his guitar work, influenced by the likes of Bert Jansch and Mark Kozelek, whilst showcasing again an otherworldly singing voice that betrays an everyman inflection and down-to-earth persona.

In many ways, The Great Untold is the start of a new era for Matthews. Since his debut album, Passing Stranger, in 2006, the Wolverhampton-born artist has further refined his craft. Writing deft and sensitive songs during a trajectory that began with the ethereal ‘Elusive’, The Great Untold marks a new beginning on his own terms. The first great arc of his career was completed with his Home duology; a pair of records that reflected on his journey thus far. The Great Untold is the sound of that man moving on. Matthews is recently married, soon-to-experience fatherhood and has new hopes and fears, new stories to tell.

“After Home Part 2 was finished, I was looking to move forward by marrying harmony with my experiences since the last record. The plan to write an acoustic record has always been there. And finally the time is right to do that.”

Matthews has tested himself as a songwriter. He started as a soloist and has gone full circle, again ready to fly alone. It opens new possibilities, a different type of challenge.

“It takes me out of my comfort zone and has made me test myself. I’ve largely pared it down to guitar and vocals. At the beginning, there was nobody else. It’s time to surprise myself. It’s time to go back to my own world.”

Lyrically, The Great Untold is a work with poetic intent.

“It’s a collection of songs that lots of people will hopefully relate to. Naturally, my starting points are from a personal perspective but most times I have to broaden the idea so it’s not so insular as a piece of music. It can be a challenge but I’m very proud of where I’ve ventured to and there’s been a lot of soul searching woven into these songs that I hope people will appreciate. When I’m writing, I’m almost hearing voices from The Masters and thinking: ‘Would they approve?’”

The point is to make a connection.

“I want to move somebody with the power of moods and music.” It is in the right hands. And that’s an opposite description for The Great Untold. It is a record written by a man at the peak of his powers – ‘As The Day Passes’, ‘Something Real’, ‘Song To A Wallflower’ and the stunning ‘Cinnamon’ are amongst the finest in his songbook – and by a musician able to channel great beauty in songs that reveal the most human of truths.

Artist’s website: http://www.scottmatthews.uk/

‘Cinnamon’ – official video:

Tour Dates

April 28 – Revelation | Ashford, United Kingdom
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May 1 – Norwich Arts Centre | Norwich, United kingdom
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May 3 – The Globe | Cardiff, United Kingdom
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May 4 – Union Chapel | London, United Kingdom
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May 5 – Philharmonic Music Room | Liverpool, United Kingdom
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May 6 – Band on the Wall | Manchester, United Kingdom
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May 8 – The Cluny | Newcastle, United Kingdom
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May 9 – Broadcast | Glasgow, United Kingdom
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May 10 – The Voodoo Rooms | Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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May 11 – Brudenell Social Club | Leeds, United Kingdom
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May 15 – SJE Arts | Oxford, United Kingdom
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May 16 – The Lantern | Bristol, United Kingdom
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May 17 – The Minack Theatre | Penzance, United Kingdom
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May 20 – St Paul’s Church | Birmingham, United Kingdom
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May 23 – The Sugar Club | Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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May 25 – Guildhall | Winchester, United Kingdom
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May 26 – Quay Arts | Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
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May 31 – The Greystones | Sheffield, United Kingdom
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Glymjack’s debut album is on the way

Glymjack

Produced with Show of Hands’ Phil Beer, and featuring Steve Knightley and Miranda Sykes alongside Sam Kelly percussionist Evan Carson and fiddle virtuoso Gemma Gayner, English folk-roots act Glymjack’s debut album Light The Evening Fire is released this month.

Previously described as “a dynamic, fiddle driven force to be reckoned with” (Maverick), or simply “brilliant folk music” (fRoots), Glymjack’s music is pitched somewhere between the gritty Americana of Nebraska-era Bruce Springsteen and the string-laden indie-folk of Blue Rose Code.

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Greg McDonald’s original songs are unflinching in their dark vision of Brexit Britain. Title track ‘Light The Evening Fire’ steels itself against the coming darkness with angry defiance as McDonald reels off a list of what he’s prepared to burn to get through the night while Knightley and Beer chant “On the fire! On the fire!” Meanwhile the anthemic ‘Made In England’ depicts homeless soldiers sleeping on the streets of London, and the epic ‘Hope Point’ takes a road trip through rural counties where immigrant gangs face exploitation and worse.

There’s traditional English folk music here too, of both the dark-hearted balladic kind on ‘Bows Of London’, and the festival-pleasing kind on a fiery rampage through the seventeenth century traditional tune ‘The Sweet Trinity’.

The album closes with the epic ‘Bright Sparks’, a tribute to two beacons of English progressive politics, fourteenth century radical John Ball and suffragette Emily Davison. Based on a speech given by the late Tony Benn at the Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival where he and McDonald shared a bill five years earlier, it signs off with an anthemic sing-along as defiant in the face of the Trump era as it is celebratory of its heroes’ inspirational legacy: “When all light’s lost in the dark”, Glymjack’s assembled cast roars, “I just close my eyes and I see bright sparks”.

Fittingly, the name Glymjack is itself a nod to a dark chapter of English folk history, taken from Victorian criminal underworld slang for a street child who led strangers through the streets of London at night with a lantern. Phil Beer and Steve Knightley’s roles in the making of the Light The Evening Fire album mark the creative zenith of a musical relationship that began when a teenage Greg drunkenly cornered the pair with a demo at a gig – an incident, immortalised in the Show Of Hands song ‘Be Lucky’, which would ultimately lead to Beer suggesting the studio collaboration out of which Light The Evening Fire grew.

Throughout 2018, Glymjack tour as an acoustic trio with Greg joined by Gemma and bassist Dickon Collinson, delivering a high energy, harmony-rich set of hard-hitting originals, English folk songs and fiddle tunes.

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Artists’ website: www.glymjack.com

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Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage announce their new album and tour dates

Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage

Two years ago, Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage stirred the folk and acoustic world with a stand-out debut album and there’s been little slumbering since. Now they are set to release an arresting second studio album, Awake. The combination of Hannah’s outstandingly pure, clear voice, their perfect fit harmonies and Ben’s exquisite dobro are the rock-solid foundations of this rising duo, first witnessed in the 2016 album, Before The Sun. This quality pairing unarguably has hypnotic effect, painting aural dreamscapes around them in resonant songs that are given room to breathe.

When Hannah’s folk family travels across Europe and sojourn in America ended and she returned to her native East Anglia, a chance meeting at a Cambridge folk club with The Willows band member Ben was the start of something special. Ben went on to produce Hannah’s solo album Charms Against Sorrow before they ventured into duo territory uncorking a beguiling, intricately woven, ethereal sound all their own. Before the Sun saw them named in many Albums of the Year lists including the 2016 fRoots Critics Poll and hinted at a largely untapped song writing talent amongst the expertly executed traditional arrangements and covers. That song writing skill moves more centre stage in Awake – an album that shows them fulfilling all the promise heaped on them.

Once again, they have returned to Toronto, putting Grammy-nominated Canadian producer David Travers-Smith (Madison Violet, The Wailin’ Jennys) at the helm for this album crafted with infinite care. The eleven-track release has six strong originals alongside innovative arrangements of traditional songs and captivating covers from the Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie cannons. The eye-catching album cover by psychedelic artist Alan Forbes depicts the High Priestess and a deer as The Hanged Man from the tarot card deck and tarot icons run through the CD booklet. Says Hannah:

“We used tarot throughout the recording process to help us think and feel more deeply about the music.”

A duo who delve into the mysterious and often like to release music in line with the lunar calendar, their live show sees them huddled around a single microphone, drawing the audience in. And so it is with this magnetic album.

Alongside Hannah’s trademark mountain dulcimer and Ben’s delicious dobro, they both play guitars on the album. Adding their magic are guest musicians from both sides of the Atlantic – from the UK Jon Thorne on double bass, Evan Carson on percussion and Norwich singer songwriter Jess Morgan, Katriona Gilmore and Jamie Roberts on additional vocals and from Canada Chris Coole on banjo, David Travers-Smith on horns and organ, Burke Carroll on pedal steel and on vocals, Vancouver-born American-Canadian alt country singer songwriter Suzanne Ungerleider who performs under the name Oh Susanna.

Entwined in the sturdy roots of English and North American music, Awake stirs with two original Sanders/Savage numbers – the mythical sea woman yearns to return to her spiritual sea home in the banjo-laced ‘Selkie Song’ and there is more heartache in ‘I Met A Man’, a modern retelling of the ancient story of love between a woman and a green man, with Burke Carroll weaving in his wonderful pedal steel.

The original material continues in ‘A Thousand New Moons’ – a luminous, gossamer-spun reflection on endings and beginnings, with Ben on lead vocal. The symbolic number 7 is the title of a song Hannah wrote for those who search for omens in the natural world, prompted by a friend desperate for a life change. The haunting instrumentation adds pedal steel and horns to Hannah and Ben’s guitar duet and the popular ‘One For Sorrow’ magpie nursery rhyme provides the chorus. The beautiful title track was originally written by Ben to tempt a talented friend out of a musical hiatus but has taken on a wider meaning and here it enjoys a lush vocal crescendo with the duo joined by Jess Morgan and Oh Susanna. Reaching is an exquisite, mellow, pin-drop perfect love song written by Hannah which closes the album in this duo’s soft tread style, building to a flourish which unusually features Ben on drums.

Awake is an album that stirs the soul and further endorses the empathetic class act that is Sanders and Savage. Released on May 11 on the Sungrazing Records label it will be distributed by Proper Distribution.

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Artists’ website: https://www.hannahbenmusic.com/

‘Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key’ – official video:

LIVE DATES

4th May Roots Music Club, DONCASTER

5th May Wath Festival, WATH

6th May Todmorden Folk Festival, TODMORDEN

11th May Golden Hind, CAMBRIDGE

15th May Heath St Baptist Church, Hampstead, London

16th May Biddulph Arms, STOKE ON TRENT

17th May The Musician, LEICESTER

18th May Greystones, SHEFFIELD

19th May The Hive, SHREWSBURY

20th May The Cut, HALESWORTH

25th May Ireby Festival, IREBY

26th May Florence Arts Centre, EGREMONT

1st June Ashcroft Arts Centre, FAREHAM

2nd June Caryford Community Hall, CASTLE CARY

3rd June Matthews Hall, TOPSHAM

27th June Arts Festival, SOUTHWOLD

29th June Limelight Theatre, AYLESBURY

30th June Courtyard, HEREFORD

7th July Folk Festival, KIMPTON

20th July Downend Folk Club, BRISTOL

 

Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton – new album and tour dates

Ross and Ali

Following on from the success of their debut album Symbiosis Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton will release their second album Symbiosis II this spring. Winners of the best duo category at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2017 and nominees for the same award in 2018, Ross and Ali have been busy in the studio creating an album full of new and original material.

Packed full of their own compositions, partly commissioned by some of their fans, Ross and Ali have welcomed lots of their fellow friends and musicians to record on this album.

Revolving around skilfully played guitar, cittern, whistles and bagpipes, which are the bedrock of the award winning duo, the arrangements also include a full string section, the extensive use of synthesisers, drum kit and bodhran. The result is a much bigger sound with more adventurous and epic arrangements.

Ross and Ali met in the Vale of Atholl Pipe Band when they were 12 years old. The boys were guided by one of the most influential pipers in the last 30 years Gordon Duncan. Gordon instilled a great passion in them for playing pipes with other instruments and they have gone on to play in many leading Scottish bands including Treacherous Orchestra, Old Blind Dogs, Salsa Celtica, Dougie Maclean, Shooglenifty and Capercaillie.

Ross Ainslie is one of Scotland’s finest traditional musicians and composers, playing pipes, whistles and cittern. He is renowned for his highly acclaimed solo material, and as a skilled performer and prolific collaborator who performs regularly with bands Treacherous Orchestra (of which he is a founding member), Salsa Celtica, Dougie Maclean, Ali Hutton, Jarlath Henderson, Charlie Mckerron, India Alba and has performed with Kate Rusby, Blue Rose Code, Zakir Hussain, Trilok Gurtu, Capercaillie, Shooglenifty, Carl Barat, Papon, Karsh Kale, Flook, Breabach, Soumik Datta, Tim Edey, Patsy Reid and Hamish Napier.

Ali Hutton, from Methven in Perthshire, was inspired at the age of 7 to take up the bagpipes and rose through the ranks of the world-famous Vale of Atholl Pipe Band. It was there that he was taught, alongside Ross Ainslie, by the late, great Gordon Duncan. He has since gone on to become a successful multi-instrumentalist on the Scottish music scene. Ali has performed, and worked alongside some of the most respected musicians, and bands on the scene, such as Capercaillie, Dougie Maclean, Carlos Nunez, Deaf Shepherd,Clueless, Steve Forman, Salsa Celtica, and Shooglenifty to name but a few.

During his apprentice years as a professional musician he was fortunate enough to become a member of the multi award winning bands Brolum and Back Of The Moon. He toured with them for several years across Europe and North America. Ali has also found himself producing some of the most well received Scottish Folk albums in recent years. Ali is currently a member of Treacherous Orchestra, Old Blind Dogs, Ross Ainslie and Jarlath Henderson band, and the new duo, cleverly named Ross and Ali.

Artists’ websites: http://rossandali.co.uk/

Tour Dates

12 April – Kings Place, London

13 April – Old King’s Head, Belper

14 April – Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal

20 April – An Lantair, Stornoway

21 April – Glenbuchat Hall

22 April – Cyclefest, Isle of Man

23 April – Perth Concert Hall

27 April – Sabhal Mor Ostaig

28 April – Drygate, Glasgow (Full band and string section)