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20 June @ 7:30 pm | The Old Brewery, Cromarty

Trio HLK's music heavily deconstructs and reconstructs jazz standards, creating intricate new pieces with complex frameworks for improvisation. Their pieces are strewn with rhythmic and harmonic tricks, and their performances deliver an explosive interactive tour de force that distorts the meeting point of the composed and the improvised. Drum virtuoso Richard Kass is a powerful, polyrhythmic engine whose multi-limbic facility affords him a wealth of textures and multiple layers of expression; he executes rhythms at more than one tempo simultaneously, which often…

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26 August @ 7:30 pm | The Old Brewery, Cromarty

Baile are a new, up and coming trad band based in the hub of the Glasgow trad scene. The band's sound comes from the use of the Scottish Border Pipes and Whistles with the backing of Bodhran and Guitar combined to make at times, a big and driving sound and at others, delicate, weaving melodies. The band formed towards the end of 2016 before launching straight into 2017 with a performance at Celtic Connections Festival Club. The band recorded their debut…

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15 September @ 7:30 pm | The Stables, Cromarty

The Poozies have been an institution on the British folk scene since they formed in 1997, and a recent line-up change in 2016 brought together founding member Mary Macmaster and long-term cohort Eilidh Shaw with Orkney’s Sarah McFadyen and Tia Files from Oban. The result has been hailed as the best incarnation yet, with bluesy songs rounding out riffy, unpredictably exciting tunes. In 2018 they released their latest album and look set to be a tour de force for some time to…

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12 October @ 7:30 pm | The Old Brewery, Cromarty

Westward The Light is a remarkable new band, a collaboration between piano/fiddle duo Charlie Grey andJoseph Peach (BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award Finalists 2017), viola player Sally Simpson (Catriona Hawksworth and Sally Simpson, the Fika Collective), and guitarist and vocalist Owen Sinclair (Tanara, Inyal). The band’s formation is the result of years of collaboration in a range of settings, extending back to their school days at Plockton National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music. Westward The Light offers a platform for the members of the group to…

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20 October @ 7:30 pm | The Stables, Cromarty

FRAS are a fresh, dynamic Highland quintet playing West Coast Highland music with a unique flare and drive from accordion, guitar, bagpipes, banjo and flute. “Fresh from the release of their outstanding debut album ‘Dile’, local heroes Fras are a band forged in mighty west coast sessions and great friendships. From thunderous tunes to sublime melodies, the music is performed with the charisma and swagger befitting the abilities of the five band-mates. Cromarty’s Angus Binnie is the Angus Young of pipers, Glenelg’s Murdo ‘Yogi’ Cameron’s guitar…

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