Dare­devil mu­si­cians take risks in Com­rie

Perthshire Advertiser - - THE TICKET -

Fid­dler Adam Suther­land (Treach­er­ous Orches­tra, Ses­sion A9) and pian­ist/vo­cal­ist Hamish Napier (Back of the Moon, Man’s Ruin) are the dare­devil Scot­tish folk duo, Nae Plans.

The mis­chievous mu­si­cians are cur­rently on a Scot­tish tour and pop up in Com­rie to­mor­row night (Septem­ber 16) to play fid­dle, flute, pi­ano and sing at Com­rie Ru­ral Hall.

Nae Plans lives up to their name, of­fer­ing no prom­ises con­cern­ing the pro­gramme or playlist. The show aims to go far be­yond sim­ply a folk pub ses­sion. The stakes are

Nae prob­lem with this bold duo play­ing in Com­rie high, the risks are many dur­ing their en­er­getic, dy­namic, elec­tri­fy­ing live per­for­mance. Doors 7.30pm, BYOB (no bar).

Tick­ets cost £15 and can be bought from Com­rie Post Of­fice, Hansen’s Kitchen or on­line at the book­ing site www .eventbrite. com

Nae plans?

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