Live at the Tolbooth Open Stage
Falkirk Live 2016!
Karine Polwart, Rose Room & much more!!!!
Karine Polwart Sunday 16 October at Faw Kirk : Tickets £16
“One of the finest singer-songwriters in Britain” (The Guardian)
Folk fans will already be familiar with Karine Polwart, one of Scotland’s greatest contemporary musicians.Born in Banknock, the multi-award winning, singer draws from folk music’s long tradition while keeping pace with the ceaselessly changing times. Her talent for crafting unique, enduring melodies, her gift for saying just enough without overstating her case, the range and dynamism of her arrangements, all come together in songs of powerful contemporary relevance.
Rose Room + Swinging Gypsies at Faw Kirk Friday 14 October Tickets £12.50
One of he hottest tickets in Scotland right now! Gypsy jazz and swing, played by a band that combines passion and verve with brilliant musicianship and a warm personality. Fronted by the “dazzling” fiddle playing and sophisticated singing of Seonaid Aitken, they recreate the excitement of Rive Gauche Paris in the 30s and 40s with Stephane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt.
“Stupendous gypsy-jazz, a superb singer” – The Scotsman
Swinging Gypsies open the show. Young musicians with a new perspective on swing, gypsy jazz and jazz standards.
The exciting 3 days of Jazz, Blues, Folk, Classical & Indie music runs from 14 - 16 October
The Folk Club welcomes Falkirk Live 2016 with a pre-festival gig at The Tolbooth Tavern featuring the phenomenal king of boogie & blues piano the sparkling Bob Hall with Hilary Blythe
Full programme details can be found here at Falkirk Live!
Yes, they've bin rumbled and are on the move
Scuttlebutt McCoy, an exciting new Falkirk based collaboration are heading east, farther east, taking their fabulous mix of folk, trad & country to the gentle Embra settlements
Combining the immense songwriting talents of Lewis Mullen with street singer Stuart Miller and fiddler Ros McCulloch, the three founding members of the infamous Lazy Boys Of Banknock take their inaugural show to the Wee Folk Club in Edinburgh on Sunday 2 October
Emerging from Falkirk's vibrant folk scene they are renowned for delivering a repertoire laced with great melody and harmony with accompaniment of guitar, banjo, bass and fiddle
The trio are involved in numerous music and art projects and have each performed at clubs, festivals, venues and streets throughout Scotland and across the UK
Scuttlebutt McCoy Live at The Wee Folk Club The Royal Oak,Edinburgh Sunday 2 October 8.30pm : £5
Fab Line Up
Coming soon to Falkirk Folk Club an array of great talent from across the folk spectrum as we take our first steps towards autumn
San Fransisco based duo Mark & Cindy Lemaire drop in mid September with the superb Bob Hall & Hilary Blythe being followed by Findlay Napier and The Furrow Collective as we head into the darker nights in October and November
FindlayMark & CindyFurrow Collective
There's also our great session nights and the chance to take to the stage yourself for our Live at the Tolbooth event
And don't forget Folk Friday continues, a lively, often anarchic night of folk and chaos at the Tolbooth Tavern, brilliant fun! - Friday 30 September music from 9pm and Free
Folk Friday Frivolity!
You can now donate to Falkirk Folk Club
As a not-for-profit organisation, the aim of Falkirk Folk Club is to promote and provide a platform for the live performance of Folk and Traditional Music and Song in the Falkirk area.
We would be delighted to have your support in helping to raise funds which will ensure that we can maintain the high quality, range and variety of events throughout the year encouraging participation at all levels.
With our members, friends and associates active across the community we will continue to raise the profile of Folk and Traditional Music and enable enjoyment of its’ rich heritage and tradition to Falkirk’s diversity of groups and ages.
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