Nae Coffee Concert Sat 21st January 11am – change of artists
Poor Dolly O’Rourke has been struck by the fluey bug and we will reschedule her and Mike for later in the year. Luckily, she was able to secure for us two first rate musicians and we will be delighted to welcome:
John Graham (Guitar, Fiddle, Mandolin, Vocals) and Jim Jack (Guitar, Vocals)
John started playing Folk Music in the sixties co-founding ‘The Clydesiders’ in 1968 with Sandy Kelso and remaining a member till they became inactive in 2000. They played on many TV and Radio shows as well as making 10 albums.
Jim’s introduction to Folk Music was in the Edinburgh Folk scene in the sixties and he went on to play with ‘Carterhall’ for a number of years , branching out in to Rock Bands in the 80’s and 90’s before returning to his Folk Music Roots
John plays a number of instruments including Fiddle, Mandolin and Guitar while Jim is on Guitar. They both share the vocal duties.
Recent performances include
Stirling Folk Club, Dunfermline Folk Club, Irvine Folk Club, Leith Folk Club, The Wee Folk Club Edinburgh, Falkirk Folk Club, Nova Scotia Folk Club Bishopbriggs, Craigie Folk Club, Stonehouse Folk Club, Quarter Acoustic Music Club, Dalgety Bay Folk Club, Almond Valley Folk Club, Balerno Folk Club, Cowalfest in the Smiddy Strachur, Royal West Boat Club Greenock, Largs Bowling Club, Milngavie Bowling Club, Fynefest 2018, Irvine Marymass Festival, Linlithgow Folk Festival, Balerno Music Festival, The Star Folk Club Glasgow, Balerno Folk Club, Glenfarg Folk Club, Nitten Folk Club, Ayr Phoenix Folk Club, Clydesdale Folk Club, Inchture Music Nights, Moira Furnace Folk Festival Leicestershire.
Their act evokes much of the spirit of the sixties folk revival with ample opportunities to join in choruses and a fair smattering of humour.
John and Jim brought out their first CD together, ‘Sae Will We Yet’ in 2018 and their second ‘The Darkening West’ on May 2022.
Concert starts at 11am, tickets £5 at the door. 11am