FRAS, Gàidhlig for a shower play wild west coast music on accordion, bagpipes, banjo, flute and guitar.
Wild West Highland days and storming tune-fuelled nights have formed Fras.Their debut album, dile, is a bracing shower of melodies, a downpour of thundering rhythm with the occasional promise of sunshine.
Angus Binnie from Cromarty on Pipes and whistles, Murdo Cameron from Glenelg on Guitar, Tam ‘the Banjo’ Kinsella from Arisaig, Kirsten MacLeod from Acharacle on accordion and Colin Masterton, Ballachullish/Cumbernauld, on flutes and whistles
At a glance
- From: 17th February 2018 09:00 pm
- To: 17th February 2018 11:30 pm
- At: Clachaig, Boots Bar
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