Voted for by the community, and funded through the Partick & Thornwood Ideas Fund 2021/22, this project enables us to host five live gigs at the Hub, so
Voted for by the community, and funded through the Partick & Thornwood Ideas Fund 2021/22, this project enables us to host five live gigs at the Hub, so people can enjoy some live music again in a safe and enjoyable way.
Adam Sutherland is a fiddler, and willl be playing with John Sommerville on accordion.
Adam comes from Errogie on the south shores of Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland. In his late thirties, he is one of Scotland’s most exciting fiddle players, composers and teachers in a thriving scene, drenched with talent. Outfits that Adam has been a part of include: The Treacherous Orchestra, Session A9, Peatbog Faeries, Babelfish, and Croft No. Five. He has also played with a host of other well known acts including Salsa Celtica and Manran.
Adam’s tunes are perhaps his most impressive legacy and are played in music sessions and on YouTube videos in the following countries: Scotland, England, Ireland, Wales, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Norway, USA, Canada (Canadian Celtic Music Top Ten with Flook’s version of The Road to Errogie), Korea, Australia, New Zealand and who knows where else.
John Somerville is one of a new breed of exciting and dynamic accordion players to recently emerge from the vibrant Scottish music scene. John, originally from the Highlands of Scotland, is one of a new breed of exciting and dynamic accordion players to recently emerge from the vibrant Scottish music scene. He has constantly been refining his unique style of accordion playing, performing and writing for a whole host of bands and artists. He started off as a founding member of electro-folk pioneering group Croft No. Five with whom he toured extensively throughout the UK and Europe. He has also collaborated with musicians from across the globe including recent commissioned work with instrumentalists from Japan, Cape Breton and Central Europe. His style takes in influences from far and wide including West Highland and Gaelic music, European Folk as well as more modern forms such as techno and dance music.
Gigs are free to attend but make sure to RSVP to secure your place.
RSVP closes at 5pm on the day of the event.
(Friday) 19:30 - 21:00
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