Slàinte to Jim and Susie Malcolm who rocked the house on Jan 27!
Jim and Susie were in fine voice, delighting us with a wonderful songs and stories to the backdrop of a map of Scotland, which was used to show the locations sung about. The audience was invited to join in the fun, singing the chorus to several songs, showing their knowledge of the music. Songs, stories and laughter – it was a wonderful night!
Next up: Low Lily on Saturday March 2
With the energy of fiddle music, the introspective quality of contemporary folk, the precision of bluegrass, and the drive of Americana, the members of Low Lily (Liz Simmons, Flynn Cohen, and Natalie Padilla) combine their individual talents into one stunning soundscape. They just completed a well-received set at Celtic Connections in Glasgow. A review can be found on Celtic Music Radio.
Click here for March 2 event details and tickets.
And on April 13: The Scottish Fiddlers of Los Angeles with Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
The Scottish Fiddlers of Los Angeles return to the Hermosa Beach Community Theatre for the 40th edition of their Annual Concert, with featured guests, the acclaimed Scottish fiddle and cello duo Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas. This event is co-sponsored by the Pasadena Folk Music Society. The Scottish Fiddlers of Los Angeles have delighted audiences throughout Southern California with the lively, energetic and irresistibly uplifting music of Scotland, the Shetland Islands, Cape Breton Island and Ireland. Alasdair Fraser, long regarded as one of the greatest Scottish fiddlers playing today, has earned the title of “the Michael Jordan of Scottish fiddling.” Natalie Haas is one of the most sought after cellists in traditional music today.
Click here for April 13 event details and tickets.