Today’s (Monday) artists for the Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections which is broadcast live from Adelaides in Bath Street, Glasgow are:
Martin Jones – From Greenock
A singer songwriter, style ranges from and blues
to country and folk. Has sang from Memphis to Barcelona
as well as guest spots in local folk clubs. Radio play at home and
Neusa From Glasgow
Is a four piece band of students all at
The University of Strathclyde some from
The Applied Music Course , who have come
through either the Feis Movement or Comhaltas
Siobhan McArdle , Mohsen Amini, Samantha Pake, Alasdair Turner
Graham Fleming From Glasgow
Acoustic guitarist who pushes the boundaries of the playing,
using techniques like harmonics, tapping, open tuning.
Sweet Spot From Glasgow
The Kelman sisters who have been playing a few years
singing and arranging harmonies in a diverse
music mix from Americana , jazz, soul to
traditional Scottish Ballads as well as writing
their own music
The Ubiquitous Air Band – From Milngavie
Formed in 2011 set out to take Scottish folk songs in a
new direction, featuring three lead vocalists who with
their different voices tell stories of love, loss and exile.
Brian Rutherford , Iain Mithell, Sara Gales, Patrick Quinn,Paul Hyland, Derek Doyle
Broadcast live from Adelaides between 4.00-6.00pm Monday to Saturday.
If you missed the programme click on Listen Again
Any enquires please forward them to me –
Liz Clark – Co-ordinator and Presenter of The Danny Kyle Open Stage on behalf of Celtic Connections firstname.lastname@example.org
Doors open at 3.30pm with entry to Hall after sound checks.