Andy Gunn Band & Spider MacKenzie

Eden Court, Bishops Road, Inverness

Scottish Guitar Virtuoso Andy Gunn brings his all new line up featuring the cream of Scottish Blues musicians on tour. His musicians include harmonica Virtuoso Spider MacKenzie. The concert is in support of Andy’s brand new acclaimed album ‘Too Many Guitars To Give Up Now’ which features Spider’s harmonica playing on 10 of the 12 tracks. Spider said “Andy is one of the most soulful musicians in UK. We have known each other since a time when I had a full head of hair and that’s not yesterday. Over the years we had never recorded together. In mid 2017 Andy got in touch with the idea of recording what could be considered an album of original blues music which Andy had written. Perhaps a better description would be a ‘gumbo of soul, jazz, rock, shake your tail feather blues and boogie music’. I jumped at the chance to make music with someone I have been a fan of for years.” The concert will feature many of the songs from the album. Please don’t miss this chance to dance away your February blues.

Andy Gunn Band & Spider MacKenzie

The Cluny, 26 Lime Street, Ouseburn, Newcastle upon Tyne

Scottish Guitar Virtuoso Andy Gunn brings his all new line up featuring the cream of Scottish Blues musicians on tour. His musicians include harmonica virtuoso Spider MacKenzie. The concert is in support of Andy’s brand new acclaimed album ‘Too Many Guitars To Give Up Now’ which features Spider’s harmonica playing on 10 of the 12 tracks. Spider said “Andy is one of the most soulful musicians in UK. We have known each other since a time when I had a full head of hair and that’s not yesterday. Over the years we had never recorded together. In mid 2017 Andy got in touch with the idea of recording what could be considered an album of original blues music which Andy had written. Perhaps a better description would be a ‘gumbo of soul, jazz, rock, shake your tail feather blues and boogie music’. I jumped at the chance to make music with someone I have been a fan of for years.” The concert will feature many of the songs from the album. Please don’t miss this chance to dance away your March blues.

Andy Gunn Band & Spider MacKenzie

The Whiskey Jar, 14 Tariff Street, Manchester

Scottish Guitar Virtuoso Andy Gunn brings his all new line up featuring the cream of Scottish Blues musicians on tour. His musicians include harmonica virtuoso Spider MacKenzie. The concert is in support of Andy’s brand new acclaimed album ‘Too Many Guitars To Give Up Now’ which features Spider’s harmonica playing on 10 of the 12 tracks. Spider said “Andy is one of the most soulful musicians in UK. We have known each other since a time when I had a full head of hair and that’s not yesterday. Over the years we had never recorded together. In mid 2017 Andy got in touch with the idea of recording what could be considered an album of original blues music which Andy had written. Perhaps a better description would be a ‘gumbo of soul, jazz, rock, shake your tail feather blues and boogie music’. I jumped at the chance to make music with someone I have been a fan of for years.” The concert will feature many of the songs from the album. Please don’t miss this chance to dance away your March blues.

Andy Gunn & Spider MacKenzie

The Half Moon, 91 Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London

Scottish Guitar Virtuoso Andy Gunn brings his all new line up featuring the cream of Scottish Blues musicians on tour. His musicians include harmonica virtuoso Spider MacKenzie. The concert is in support of Andy’s brand new acclaimed album ‘Too Many Guitars To Give Up Now’ which features Spider’s harmonica playing on 10 of the 12 tracks. Spider said “Andy is one of the most soulful musicians in UK. We have known each other since a time when I had a full head of hair and that’s not yesterday. Over the years we had never recorded together. In mid 2017 Andy got in touch with the idea of recording what could be considered an album of original blues music which Andy had written. Perhaps a better description would be a ‘gumbo of soul, jazz, rock, shake your tail feather blues and boogie music’. I jumped at the chance to make music with someone I have been a fan of for years.” The concert will feature many of the songs from the album. Please don’t miss this chance to dance away your March blues.

Mar23

DOUGIE MACLEAN AND OFF THE TRACKS

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Stonehaven Town Hall, Allardice Street, Stonehaven AB39 2BU

Help celebrate the 30th Stonehaven Folk Festival with a special pre Festival launch night at Stonehaven Town Hall. Special guests are Dougie MacLean and Off the Tracks. Off the Tracks played at the opening night of the first Stonehaven Folk Club and feature John Carnie (Guitar) Janice Clark (vocals & Guitar) and Spider MacKenzie (Blues Harmonica).

Dougie played at the very first Festival and has been an occasional visitor ever since.

Both are very much part of the musical heritage of the club and festival and it will a special night to get them both on the same bill. The concert will be followed by a session, licensed bar. Finishes 1 am.