Monday 20 January brings you more fine new talent to The Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections for 2014 which is held at Adelaide’s, 209 Bath Street, Glasgow.
RCD Juniors – From Glasgow
The Junior Conservatoire is a music school for talented young musicians who travel from all over Scotland to take part in classes every Saturday. A core group of 21 students work together as today’s band
Shelagh McKay Jones – From Greenock
Shelagh is a singer songwriter who brings you a mixture of traditional and modern folks sounds with a bit of alternative country.
Eddie Seaman from Glasgow
Eddie is a piper and whistle player. In collaborations with several bands and musicians as well as playing with The Lothian and Borders Police Pipe Band.
Fae Wiedenhoeft – From Washington, USA
Singer-songwriter Fae brings you the traditions of the Celtic winds with a journey through history and tradition. Fae also runs workshops on song writing and the voice.
Matthew J Malone – From Glasgow
Singer-songwriter Matthew formed his current band in 2013 and have been giging around the festival scene in England and Ireland and have just brought out their EP.
Matthew/ Sean Downey / Martin McLaughlin
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Liz Clark Co-ordinator and Presenter of The Danny Kyle Open Stage on behalf of Celtic Connections.
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