‘Assynt’ are a new folk trio featuring David Shedden (pipes/whistles), Graham Mackenzie (fiddle) and Innes White (guitar/mandolin). 2018 sees the release of their debut album ‘Road to the North’, predominantly complied of self penned tunes recorded at Oak Ridge Studios with Scott Wood. After performing at several Piping Live festivals in Glasgow and earlier this year at Celtic Connections in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Assynt will be touring around Scotland in June and August. Individually, the band has worked with the Grit Orchestra, Heidi Talbot, John McCusker band, Karen Matheson, Siobhan Miller, Capercaillie, Inyal, The Scott Wood Band and include founding members of ‘Aizle’ and ‘Farrland’. Between them, they have been BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award winners, finalists in the BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year and have two Celtic Connections ‘New Voices’ commissions.
At a glance
- From: 10th June 2018 09:00 pm
- To: 10th June 2018 11:00 pm
- At: Boots Bar
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