Skerryvore
  • Friday 25 November 2022, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £26 - £18
Book tickets
Image Skerryvore

Rescheduled date | Originally Thursday 18 May 2022 

With support from The Eves 

Stage times:
8pm – The Eves
8:50pm – SKERRYVORE
10:20pm – event finish

Blazing bagpipes, fiddle and accordions, electrically fused with funky rhythms and soul-gripping songs Skerryvore represent the best in contemporary Scottish traditional music creating a ‘Trad-rock’ fusion for the 21st Century.

From traditional roots on the remote Scottish Island of Tiree, the band has developed both in size and sound to create a unique fusion of their traditional music and songs with the urban sounds of rock, pop and funk. The raw but contemporary trad quartet that formed Skerryvore in 2005 could have only dreamed that over the next decade they would become a multi-award winning act that was performing in more than 25 countries worldwide and featured as ambassadors for their country in an international advertising campaign for Visit Scotland.

Skerryvore
  • Friday 25 November 2022, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £26 - £18
Book tickets

Performers

Performers

Daniel - accordion
Martin Gillespie - pipes, whistles and accordion
Fraser West - drums
Alec Dalglish - guitar and vocals
Craig Espie - fiddle
Jodie Bremaneson - bass

Rescheduled date | Originally Thursday 18 May 2022 

With support from The Eves 

Stage times:
8pm – The Eves
8:50pm – SKERRYVORE
10:20pm – event finish

Blazing bagpipes, fiddle and accordions, electrically fused with funky rhythms and soul-gripping songs Skerryvore represent the best in contemporary Scottish traditional music creating a ‘Trad-rock’ fusion for the 21st Century.

From traditional roots on the remote Scottish Island of Tiree, the band has developed both in size and sound to create a unique fusion of their traditional music and songs with the urban sounds of rock, pop and funk. The raw but contemporary trad quartet that formed Skerryvore in 2005 could have only dreamed that over the next decade they would become a multi-award winning act that was performing in more than 25 countries worldwide and featured as ambassadors for their country in an international advertising campaign for Visit Scotland.

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