Double bill of singer-songwriters to charm audience
ALMOST Blue are excited to be bringing back Jeremy Pinnell to Aberdeen’s Blue Lamp on Sunday on the back of his brilliant new album Ties of Blood and Affection.
The softly-spoken Kentuckian was born in an area that is equal parts Southern hospitality, Northern attitude and Midwestern charm. Coming from humble beginnings singing in church and learning guitar from his dad, his craft quickly made heads turn and rooms fall silent. He left home at 18 to venture into the unknown with only his music and soon found himself surrounded by the demons of the world he used to try and sing away. The stories told are true, not embellished folklore and his experiences are real. Support will be by Ags Connolly a traditional country singersongwriter from Oxfordshire. He has built a reputation as an inspired songwriter at major festivals and has been described as the closest thing to an ‘English’ Willie Nelson. He takes his influences from the likes of Guy Clark and Loudon Wainwright III. His second album, Nothin’ Unexpected was released this year.
tHe bLUe LAMP, DOORS 7.30PM SUNDAy
ON SONG: Jeremy Pinnell supported by Ags Connolly.