Saturday 1st September    8pm

winter wilson

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16)    Unlicensed - BYOB

Kip Winter and Dave Wilson perform wonderful harmony singing accompanied on accordion, guitar, flute and banjo, interspersed with humour.  Their material is self-penned, reflecting stories of everyday life.  They tour extensively throughout the UK, including Scotland, from their base in Lincolnshire.  Many of Dave’s songs have been recorded by other singers.

 

Saturday 6 October    8pm

stuart mACFARLANE, fiona cuthill & stevie lawrence

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16)    Unlicensed - BYOB

Glasgow-based trio comprise excellent singer Stuart MacFarlane on vocals, superb multi-instrumentalist Stevie Lawrence (bouzouki, guitar, percussion) and top fiddler Fiona Cuthill  (the latter two are also in the Wendy Weatherby Band).  The trio perform a mixture of Stuart’s own compositions and traditional material.  Stuart has an eclectic musical background from progressive rock, to pop and folk, while the other two are firmly folk based.

 

Saturday 3 November    8pm

The moon & you    tina & Her Pony

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16)    Unlicensed - BYOB

Both duos are on tour from Asheville North Carolina.  The Moon and You perform on cello, guitar and vocals and their  material provides a wonderful range from bluegrass to soul, to country and jazz.  Tina and Her Pony perform a mixture of old time roots music with a modern twist, on tenor banjo, tenor ukulele, guitar, cello and vocals, with stunning harmonies.

Saturday 1 December    8pm

THE celtic quines

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16)     Unlicensed - BYOB

Celtic Quines Celine Donoghue on banjo, fiddle and vocals, Eilidh Grant on vocals and Katherine McLeod on flute and whistles, are backed by Neil Sturgeon on guitar.  Eilidh, Celine and Neil are well known to Craigie audiences.  Their stage presence is always full of warmth and they have a great interaction with the audience.  Great harmony singing and splendid musicianship, with a mixture of fine contemporary and traditional material, will make this a highly entertaining evening.

 

In support will be popular local duo Maureen McAllister and Willie Sinclair.