Mike Compton & Joe Newberry in Concert

Mike Compton is a Grammy Award Winner and is widely recognised as one of the finest mandolin players in acoustic music today. Banjoist Joe Newberry is an acclaimed songwriter, guitarist and singer. Together their two-man string band digs deep into early country music, bluegrass and blues.
Special Offer: B&B available @ The Craigdarroch Arms Hotel for £30 per person on January 24th 2017
When: Tue January 24 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

9th Moniaive Michaelmas Bluegrass Festival 2017

Bluegrass and Old Timey Music plus workshops and plenty of jamming in the campsite, streets and hotels.
Campsite opens on Thursday 21st @ 12 noon and closes on Monday 25th @ 12 noon.
When: Fri September 22 7:30 pm - Sun September 24 5:00 pm

Past Events

Sarah Jane Scouten in Concert followed by Chris Wood

At age 5, Sarah Jane Scouten was sitting on the dining room table, singing “Lace and Pretty Flowers,” by Canadian country-folk musician, Willie P. Bennett. Hank Williams and Stan Rogers were her greatest inspirations, both a staple at Sunday morning pancake breakfast and afterward, singing bluegrass and gospel music with her father and sister Anna Scouten on Bowen Island, BC. Her talent for performing came naturally, and as chance would have it, so emerged a knack for songwriting. Bringing us up to date, Sarah Jane Scouten is an internationally touring songwriter, loved by audiences across the Northern Hemisphere.
Self-taught on guitar and violin, he is a lifelong autodidact — and his independent streak shines through in his composition and studio work. Always direct and unafraid to speak his mind, his song writing has been praised for its surgical clarity. His work is typified by his trust in the space music can create and a gift for lyrical understatement. He cites his major influence as “Anon”.
Tickets £12/£10 CONCESSIONS OR PAY AT THE DOOR or ring 01848 200272 to reserve a seat
When: Fri November 18 2016 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Jaywalkers in Concert

Since reaching the finals of the BBC Young Folk Awards in 2008, Jaywalkers have cemented their place as one of the most exciting, virtuosic and entertaining young bands working on the British Folk scene. Effortlessly creating a unique sound based on their collective and individual musical backgrounds, the band takes influence from Folk, Bluegrass, Country and Western Swing music in the form of virtuosic instrumentals, three part harmony and impressive slap bass. Add good humour, tasteful arrangements and exceptional musicianship to the mix and they are guaranteed to put a smile on your face…. The music Jaywalkers create is in­novative, rooted deeply in tradition, and exhilarating.
When: Sat November 19 2016 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm