Acoustic Music Centre @ St Brides
- Telephone 0131 346 8237
- Website www.acousticmusiccentre.co.uk
There are 13 events at this location
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Alex Yellowlees Hot Club Jazz Quartet
Violinist Alex Yellowlees serves up swing in the classic Reinhardt-Grappelli style, accompanied by his masterful band.
Anne Renshaw Sings!
After her 2012 sell-out show Anne returns to sing a selection of her own and other folk songs in her lovely, clear voice, joined by Muckle Flugga whose jaunty tunes regularly enliven Edinburgh's Whiski Bar. www.annerenshaw.co.uk.
Lady banjo players extraordinaire tour their bluegrass ballads.
An enchanting voice, fiery bandoneón and a virtuosic double bass transport you to the heart of Buenos Aires. The musical sensation taking Spain by storm makes its first appearance at the Fringe. ‘Absolutely recommendable, addictive’ (ABC News). www.diablitotango.com.
Gaughan plays an eclectic mix of styles and stringed instruments combining his classic orchestration skills with a love of the Scots ballad.
Down Under trio from Canberra bring their celebrated repertoire of original folk, country, jazz and blues-influenced music to the Fringe for the first time. www.cubbyhousestudio.com.au.
I Left My Hat in Tighnabruaich
‘Scotland's bluegrass songwriter’ (Stewart Fenwick, Celtic Music Radio) …maybe, but the songs of award-winning songwriter Ian Mairs range further than bluegrass or country music. ‘…these are gleaming, little gold nuggets’ (Maverick). myspace.com/ianmairssolo.
Medieval and Spanish Blues: Guitar and Song
A musical journey from haunting Spanish moods, ethereal eastern influences and strains of western folk. ‘Never heard anyone get that much beautiful sound out of a J-45’ (Bob, Tucson, AZ). www.claudebourbon.org.
One of the few remaining one-man blues outfits in Scotland, playing electric and acoustic guitar, mouth harp, drums and mouth percussion.
Charlie, George, Jim, May - strong songs, great harmonies, fine voices, good craic! After hearing us at a gig in Linlithgow, Ian Walker, well-known Scottish singer/songwriter wrote, ‘Ragged Glory was a revelation! Fabulous singing and harmonies’. www.raggedglory.co.uk.
Red Shoes and Blues
An evocation of early American rural roots, guitar ragtime, blues and hillbilly country. Big Bill Broonzy, Mississippi John Hurt, Willie McTell and Jimmie Rodgers all feature in this musical entertainment. ‘…astonishingly versatile’ (Scotsman). www.eddiewalker.net.
'…like it a lot. Great voice' (Ian Rankin). ' …delicious collection of songs' (Fatea). '…blue velvet of her voice…' (Sunday Herald). ' …exquisite disc' (NetRhythms.co.uk). 'deeply moving' (Piers Ford). 'Hugely enjoyable' (Iain Anderson, BBC). www.rosienimmo.com.
Tunes from the Back Room
Come on in! Share in a musical feast of Scots tunes, old and new, from local band Shindiggery. Vibrant sounds from our rich mix of instruments - and songs, too. Foot tapping guaranteed! www.shindiggery.wordpress.com.