Danny Kyle Open Stage Sun 20th Jan 2019
Joanne Byrne/Mike Rolland/ Daz Rice/ Richard Curran/ Jim Shea/ Mark Mitchell
The Phantom Voices are a dynamic six-piece band producing their own brand of folk-rock influenced in equal parts by trad English Folk music and Americana. Featuring rich vocal harmonies and outstanding musicianship, Phantom Voices have gained a reputation as an outstanding live act, bringing their energetic stage performance to venues across the UK. Also released a debut EP ant then album in 2018
Arthur Coates accompanies by Steve Garratt
From Inch Aberdeenshire Arthur has played fiddle since he was 7 attending Aberdeen City Music School for the age of 12 his tutor and mentor for 5 years was Jonny Hardie . He incorporates his own compositions and trad Scottish and Shetland tunes. A passionate interest in Quebecois music and rhythm/ podorythmie has incorporated this into his set. Arthur has attended many festivals throughout the UK in various band/ duo/ solo projects and is looking forward to a packed 2019 festival season – kicking off at Beverly Folk Festival in February
Singer/songwriter Mark is from Dalkeith and currently staying in Northampton took up the music baton just a few years ago while staying in LA, he started to write songs and gig at open mics and the rest is history – he caught the bug. On returning to Scotland he has been gigging up and down the country releasing a debut EP along the way – the new one out soon – with a sometimes whimsical look at life and events has some very amusing songs about real life that all can relate to
Jeremy is a singer songwriter from Prestwick via Lyon. He has made his home here and gigs widely as well as being involved in charity projects and fundraisers in his local area performed back in France. The energy of his performances, the originality of his compositions as well as covers have enthralled audiences in both countries and his debut album ‘Come Hail or Storm’ encompasses his performance to perfection
Kara, a recent graduate in English lit began her singer songwriting career while in secondary school, honing her skills around open mic nights. She plays piano and guitar and is gaining more gigs and recognition through her performances. Kara is also working towards recording some of her material and eventually releasing her music through social media and perhaps even and EP?