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midweek, we CLOSE THE CURTAINS

outside of the weekends, we close the curtains and dim the lights, for a series of intimate, candle-lit gigs in our conservatory.  A limited number of tables are available for dinner during these shows (unless otherwise stated), for which booking is strongly recommended.  Doors at 8.30pm, show starting at 9pm.

weekends mean LATE NIGHT LIVE

Late Night Live comes at the weekends, where the music gets a bit louder, the drinks flow a bit faster and things go on a bit later.  A band plus DJ continues to be the format of these nights, often with one of the band themselves spinning for the night, offering an insight into the musical influences that go into the bands own sets, but more importantly keeping you dancing either side of the band being on stage. Entry to all Late Night Live gigs remains free, with things kicking off about 10pm.

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Coming Up

 

Thursday 14th July:Folk Sessions with Russell Murray & friends

Please come and join us for an evening of folk sessions lead by Fiddler Russell Murray and friends. It will undoubtedly be full of toe tapping goodness with some fantastic playing to bring some great joy to a summer evening. 

 

Sunday 17th July: Féis Spé Cairngorms Céilidh Trail (daytime & evening)

Sunday 17th will see a double whammy of music with an afternoon and evening performances. The afternoon performance starts at 3 pm and will be a who’s who of the CCT over the last 10 years, as tutors and pupils alike come together to play some fantastic music in celebration of 10 years of the Feis Spe.

The evening performance will begin around 9 pm and will be the current members of the CCT. The Cairngorms Cèilidh Trail is one of seven Cèilidh Trails organised by local Fèisean under the umbrella of Fèisean nan Gàidheal. The first Cèilidh Trail project, established by Fèis Rois in 1999, was designed to help teenage musicians develop their performance skills and to create a vibrant traditional music entertainment programme in the Highlands and now beyond. Over the last eleven years, the project has been replicated in other areas and has proved to be an over whelming success. 

 

Wednesday 20th: Jinski 

Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne Jinski are two highly individual guitarists/musicians with strong distinctive voices. Jinski have a wealth of great original songs that draw upon acoustic roots and country music whilst remaining resolutely modern. Jinski play songs that tell stories of love, joy, loneliness and longing. Intricate, soulful, beautiful songs, foot stomping, sing a long, raucous songs: music for the head and heart, full of passion and originality, performing on their own or with a flexible line-up that includes double bass player Neil Harland their ‘live’ work is a kaleidoscope of musical and lyrical imagery.

Steve Wegrzynski performed solo as singer songwriter Steve Jinksi, playing throughout Britian, Europe and Scandinavia in all kinds of venues and places; city streets, subways, record shops, intimate folk clubs, sweaty bars, student unions, concert halls, folk festivals and rock festival’s. Notable appearances have been at the reading Festival, hackney Empire and London’s Mean Fiddler. He has also played live on television and radio.

Dave Kennedy is an innovative and original guitar player who has been working with Steve over the last couple of years slowly forging a musical partnership that continues to grow. Dave has been highly influential in shaping the sound and feel of the new album ‘Harry Home’. He has played with a whole variety of musicians during his career and was signed to Charisma records with the band 21 strangers, managed by the late Chas Chandler (The Animals and Jimi Hendrix fame). More recently he has been heard with the tortured fender thrashers STAN. Whilst the guitar is Dave’s first love he is also a multi-instrumentalist and an accomplished producer/arranger.

 

Thursday 21st July: Robin Adams

Robin Adams is a Scottish singer songwriter and recording artist from Glasgow who has a beautifully haunting voice. His music is a mix betweenFolk, Acoustic, Electric, Grunge, Alternative, Rock and Psychedelic.

His gift for the craft of simple yet powerful emotional songmanship has often seen his work held up with the likes of John Martyn and Nick Drake. He has been honoured with multiple songwriting awards as well as rave reviews for each of his six full length album releases.

If you have any queries please call The Bunkhouse on 01479811181.