2021 CALENDAR

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Becky Mills

8th July, 2021 - 8pm

Crail Community Hall

 

"Sung from the soul... every track is a joy"

An accomplished soloist and collaborator...Becky spent the early 2000's recording solo albums locally, whilst gigging far and wide and supporting the likes of Pentangle, Fairport Convention and Barbara Dickson.

Further close collaboration with Ashley Hutchings (Fairport, Steeleye Span, The Albion Band) followed, with a UK-wide tour of Ash's "Shakespeare to Sonnets" show plus the premiere of "Fairport Beginnings" concept at Cropredy Festival in 2017.

£9

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Singers' Night

26th August, 2021 - 8pm

Crail Community Hall

 

Always a fun night. An opportunity to come along and sing or play or just listen. We have a very high standard of both local and visiting performers. What can go wrong for a couple of quid?

Bring your own bottle and glass.

£2

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Singers' Night

14th October, 2021

Crail Community Hall

 

Always a fun night. An opportunity to come along and sing or play or just listen. We have a very high standard of both local and visiting performers. What can go wrong for a couple of quid?

Bring your own bottle and glass.

£2

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Sarah McQuaid

25th November, 2021

Crail Community Hall

 

Her award-winning musicianship, distinctive chocolatey vocals and mastery of the song writing craft have led reviewers to describe Sarah McQuaid as a “triple threat”. Add to that a warm, charismatic stage presence, five critically acclaimed solo albums and a battery of instruments including acoustic and electric guitars, drum and piano — and you’ve got a one-woman powerhouse who defies categorisation because there simply isn’t anyone else out there quite like her. Not to be missed!

£9

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North Sea Gas

22nd July, 2021 - 8pm

Crail Community Hall

 

Over thirty-seven years and stronger than ever! "North Sea Gas" is one of Scotland's most popular folk bands with great vocals and tremendous three part harmonies. Guitars, Mandolin, Fiddle, Bouzouki, Harmonica, Whistles, Bodhrans, Banjo and good humour are all part of the entertainment. They have received Gold and Silver Disc awards from the Scottish Music Industry Association and regularly have sold out shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and around the world!

£9

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Hannah Rarity

9th September, 2021 - 8pm

Crail CommunityHall

 

Hannah Rarity’s sublime voice imbues the music she performs with a depth of emotion that is inimitable. It’s this ability that has seen her become one of Scotland’s foremost young singers. Winner of BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2018, her status as a rising talent has been further consolidated by her Scots Singer of the Year nomination at the 2017 Scots Trad Music Awards and feature as ‘One to Watch in 2018’ in The Scotsman.

£9

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Anna Massie &
Maireared Green

28th October, 2021 - 8pm

Crail Community Hall

 

Two of Scotland’s most revered multi-instrumentalists, Mairearad Green (accordion and bagpipes) and Anna Massie (guitar, banjo, fiddle) are a truly captivating duo, providing a highly energetic performance with an instantly warm and friendly stage presence.

A return visit, after a sell-out the first time, as a duo, and who can forget Anna in Blazing Fiddles last year. Definitely one to book.

£10

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Christmas Party

9th December, 2021 - 8pm

Crail Commuinity Hall

 

Why not come along to our legendary Christmas Party.  Free mince pies and, of course, a raffle plus load of great floor spots make this a great start to the festive period.

FREE

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Sarah Jane Scouten

12th August, 2021 - 8pm

Crail Community Hall

 

Three-time Canadian Folk Music Award nominee, Sarah Jane Scouten's music delivers a signature mix of vintage folk and country music, with modern sounds and subjects. An ever expanding palette brings a freshness to her brand of ambient indie Americana -- or "space-country" as she likes to call it. It's as relevant to today as it is rooted in the music of her forebears. Touring throughout North America and Europe, this seasoned performer boasts a top-notch live band and considerable acclaim for her last three full-length albums.

£9

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Dan Walsh &
Alistair Anderson

23rd September, 2021 - 8pm

Crail Community Hall

 

Two of the most dynamic musicians in folk music strike sparks off each other in an exciting cross generational duo.  With repertoire ranging from Bluegrass songs to Northumbrian rants; from Jazzy ballads to Old Time reels their performance combines high energy with world class musicianship.

"Nifty fun with bags of wow factor"
FRoots

£10

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Jenn Butterworth &
Laura-Beth Salter

11th November, 2021

Crail Community Hall

 

Jenn Butterworth is one of Scotland’s foremost female guitarists, and has toured extensively with the award winning Anna Massie Band. As an accompanist she is in high demand, her most recent collaborations have involved Songs of Separation, Phil Cunningham and Fiddler’s Bid. Last seen in Crail with Robyn Stapleton and Claire Hastings. Laura-Beth Salter takes influence from the Oldtime and Bluegrass music that her parents played whilst she was growing up in Lincolnshire. After spending time studying a Traditional Music Degree in Newcastle she became heavily involved in the folk scene. She is a founding member of The Shee and a member of The MacLean Project led by Dougie MacLean. As well as touring with their duo, Jenn and Laura-Beth are also members of Kinnaris Quintet.

£9