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4 June                                                 Skirlie 

We’re glad to welcome the Scottish band Skirlie back to The Wee Folk Club….

Skirlie is a Scottish dish with a mixture of Oats and Onions fried in Butter which is normally added to a main course. This is how Skirlie approach their music!…

Their particular mix is a four piece band - Kevin Patrick on guitar, mandolin and Dobro; Alison Tunnicliffe plays fiddle; Eddie McGlone Bass and Chapman stick and Rab Ferris with whistles and percussion.  They all sing sharing lead and backing vocals to give a great variety to their sound. They describe themselves as fundamentally Scottish with other things thrown in!!

An evening of Scottish Traditional Celtic Transatlantic folk music to enjoy!!

11 June                                                 Jim King

We’re pleased to that Jim King is returning to play at the Wee Folk Club.  

He’s been singing folk songs and writing his own songs for a good few years. His gigs are a mixture of his own songs along with his arrangements of Scottish and other songs that he wishes he had written! Jim’s songs cover the range of human life, from satire and fun to songs commenting on society and injustices.

We are looking forward to another interesting and entertaining evening with Jim at the Wee Folk Club

18 June                                        George Machray 

Back at the Wee Folk Club by popular demand following his successful gig here last year…..

Whether it’s quirky and funny ditties or poignant ballads, George Machray is your man. Hailing from east Lothian, singer-songwriter George Machray is best known for his comedy and parody songs like ‘Hawkeye the Noo’ and ‘Grubby Thoughts’ – or, fiddlers beware, ‘No Fiddlers Like Folk Fiddlers’. He has a way with words whether singing about the ridiculous or the more serious…

George has won the audience cup at Edinburgh Folk Club’s annual song writing competition several times including with the hilarious ‘Swinging in Dunbar’ and showing his breadth and depth of appeal with the thoughtful ballad ‘The Quays of Cockenny’. Recently, he added the prize for the funniest song at Glenfarg Folk Club’s song writing competition to his trophy cabinet.

An evening to take away your cares and laugh!!...…

25 June Mike Breen 

Tickets available from the bar,  weefolkclub@outlook.com or text 07977 561604