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January 16, 2019


Glenfarg Folk Feast Backstage at Greens Hotel, Kinross Sunday 7th April at 7.30pm with Les Barker and headline act Siobhan Miller and her Band
November 22, 2018


The Sand Dancers!
The Sand Dancers!
A great night in celebration of Billy Bryson co founder of Glassford Folk Club (which is now Quarter Acoustic Music Club) who recently passed away. The night raised over £800 for the Beatson Cancer Hospital in Glasgow. Well done to the organisers and to those who performed and to those who came along! A full house!
November 01, 2018

ELSI INGLIS - THE WOMAN WHO WOULD NOT SIT STILL! Coming to venues shown…..November / December 2018

The performers and musicians include:- Sharon Osdin (Actor), Shona Riley (Actor), Wendy Weatherby (Cello and Vocals), Fiona Cuthill (Fiddle), Stevie Lawrence (Guitar, Bouzouki,and percussion), Ian Walker (Singer- Songwriter, Banjo, Guitar, Autoharp and Vocals), Moe Walker (Vocals), Stan Graham (Singer-Songwriter, Guitar and Vocals), Billy Stewart (Singer- Songwriter, Guitar and Vocals), Stephen Devine (Piano), David Hogg (Diary Reader) and Dave Dewar (Narrator)
August 28, 2018

Ian Walker on Celtic Music Radio, Glasgow: Gavin Paterson’s “Ballads and Balladiers” Show;

Tuesday 28th August 2018 live from 2 - 4pm ; 20 songs chosen by Ian It's on Catch up - see www.celticmusic
June 05, 2018

Thomas Telford - The Man Who Built Britain

Just finished performing in Dave Dewar's latest Cultural Connections play about the life of Thomas Telford. Civil Engineering is not maybe the likeliest of subjects for a musical play but Telford's life was amazing and rightly deserves more exposure. We performed in a private venue on Wednesday 30th May 2018 then did a school workshop at Langholm on Thursday 31st May followed by a performance for the Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival in the Buccleugh Centre, Langholm.....the area where Telford was born.....and in The Ewart Library, Dumfries on Friday 1st June.. The cast included Dumfriesshire's own popular entertainer William Williamson as Telford, Wendy Weatherby, Scotland's top cellist and traditional singer playing Mrs.Telford, Dave Dewar as the interviewer from the local newspaper, Olaf Oluson and Bob McClure with supporting parts and myself and Moe providing most of the songs (10 newly composed for the show) and music along with Wendy. We played to packed houses which says something about the interest in Telford!
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