Folk Festival Concert. Friday 8th June
The Poozies, Elle Munro Trio, Davy Lees

The Poozies

The Poozies

The Poozies first burst onto the folk scene in 1991, when folk music wore elaborately patterned woolly jumpers and was only seen in dingy back rooms and very late at night on BBC2 – yet from the word go they were breaking out and happily exploring the musical universe.As with all bands that have been on the road for so long there have been various line-up changes, and throughout the years The Poozies have toured worldwide, and attracted recognition and appreciation for their eclectic choice of material, unusual and exciting arrangements, and heart-tugging vocal harmonies.The current lineup includes : Mary Macmaster (Electro-harp, vocals), Eilidh Shaw (Fiddle, vocals), Sarah McFadyen (Fiddle, banjo, guitar, vocals), and Tia Files (Guitar, percussion, fiddle, vocals)

For further info about The Poozies, click HERE. (opens in a new window)

Ella Munro Trio

Ella Munro Trio

Ella Munro is a traditional singer hailing from the Isle of Skye, Scotland with an impressive resume - despite her age Ella has already become a finalist for the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2017 and toured extensively throughout 2017 whilst studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Music. Her unique voice has become well-known amongst the folk clubs of Scotland with her love of singing loved and forgotten songs setting her apart from other singers. During 2017 Ella toured Scotland twice and has supported artists such as the Archie Fisher, Ewan McLennan and Blue Rose Code. Ella will be accompanied by the talented Orcadian guitarist and singer Aidan Moodie, who also appears in Gnoss, and Northern Company’s accordionist Sam Mabbett.

For further info about Ella Munro, click HERE. (opens in a new window)


Davy Lees

Davy Lees

Davy has extensive experience in the music industry. He hails from the Lanarkshire steel town of Motherwell where, during the late seventies, he was a member of the well respected Auld Howff Band in which he provided vocals, played Guitar and Flute. He is indeed a former Scottish Amateur Flute Champion and started his musical career when he was 10 year old. He has toured Europe extensively and has played at Orkney and Shetland Festival, Scotland, Le Triskel Festival in Breste, Roe Valley Festival in Ireland as well as at Ballerup Festival, in Denmark.
Davy is the caller, singer and guitarist of the very talented and busy ceilidh band Freereelin'
Davy is a very accomplished performer and storyteller with a vast repertoire of songs ranging from traditional Scottish, including many Robert Burns compositions to popular contemporary folk standards.
His television appearances include ITV "Secret Scotland" His Radio Broadcasts include Moray Firth Radio "All Scottish", and the hugely popular "Strings and Things" which he presented on Radio Avon FM. His latest radio appearance was on Celtic Music Radio where he started the very successful program "Strings & Things with Davy Lees" with listeners from all over the world.


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Event Details

Venue:Brodick Hall
Start Time:19:30
End Time:23:00

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