Here's the line-up for 2018
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a The Manse, off The Denny 12.30 & 13.15
On the Black
Flamenco guitar, gypsy fiddle and ethnic percussion take you on a journey where French chansons meet Scottish trad and jazz. Based on the Black Isle of Scotland, from where they take their name, this Franco-Scottish collective have a knack for captivating audiences with their unique blend of world music.
b Mizpah, High Street 14.45, 15.30, 16.15
‘Proceed with Caution’
A hilarious look at life through the medium of comic monologue, modern cautionary tales and the occasional strange song from some local bloke who reckons he’s funny. ‘Price-less’.
c Rurki, High Street 14.00, 14.45, 15.30
Rua-Nicole & Craig
Rua is a singer/songwriter currently learning music production ahead of her planned EP release, and Craig is a Classical pianist and composer. As undergraduates at UHI on the Applied Music course they have performed at Eden Court, An Lantair and Celtic Connections. Expect some original material and classical piano covering classical, jazz, rock and pop.
d 1 Hospital Road 13.15, 14.00
Tom Cruikshank and Willie Doig
Popular Inverness guitar and accordion “Jock Rock” duo — expect anything from the Dark Island to Irish punk and everything in between!
e Maryness, 5 George Street 13.15, 14.00
Woodentooth are a four-piece band from Inverness - driven, melodic rock with hints of Zeppelin and mid 90’s Seattle. Formed in 2012 and with the current lineup settled a year later, their debut EP “Winter” was launched at XPONorth in 2015. After a busy few years, including a main stage appearance at Belladrum (2016), the band return from some down time with Rory (Vocals/guitar) and Pete (Guitar) playing acoustic sets of their songs.
f 7 Duke Street 12.30 & 13.15
The Drama Queens in ‘Chaqu’un a son goujon’
Glynis and Michaela are two high-powered, thrusting executives in the world of snacks, specifically scratchings. This satirical take on a very modern dilemma facing the country is a comic playlet specially written for Gluren. Julie Price and Christine Whiteford will keep you laughing right through to March 29th next year.
g 7 Braehead 14:00 & 14:45
Robin Abbot has been a mainstay of the Inverness music scene for over 20 years. As a member of The Lush Rollers, Stetsonhead & The Mystic Shoes, he is an inspiration to young artists and an anchor of the Inverness music scene. He will be playing an intimate solo set from his debut solo EP “If Not Now…”
h Forsyth House, High Street 14.45, 15.30, 16.15
Fyrish are Cromarty based folk musicians Marjorie Paterson and David Cowan. They perform their own arrangements of traditional and contemporary songs with cello and guitar accompaniment. www.fyrish.org
i St Regulus, Church Street 14.45 & 15.30
This year Mike and Greg are joined by the fabulous Phil Graham - they’ll be playing a set of new songs inspired by life in the Highlands. Expect guitars, bouzouki, fiddle and three-part harmonies.
j Cromarty Arms, Church St 16.15
Finish off the afternoon in a relaxed style; musicians from the afternoon will be in the pub having a good old-fashioned jam. Join in if you wish and you’ll definitely be made to feel welcome.
And don’t forget the ceilidh!
Buren in de Hal
This year you can dance the night away with tunes from the Cromarty Ceilidh Band, and a DJ set from Bill Alexander.
Victoria Hall 19.30 - midnight Tickets £10 (kids free) BYOB