Iconic duo to gig at Town Hall

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

Two of Scot­land’s most evoca­tive singer-song­writ­ers join forces again af­ter 25 years and they’ll be gig­ging at Ruther­glen Town Hall.

Bruce & Walker will be play­ing the venue on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 11.

The duo have re­cently re­leased their 30th al­bum CD/ DVD – Born to Rot­ten­row through Green­trax Record­ings.

Their orig­i­nal songs are widely known and cov­ered by many artists and their Scot­tish her­itage shines through their sets from the tra­di­tion to Robert Burns.

At the gig they’ll be ap­pear­ing with the Mairs Fam­ily Band, who hail from Ruther­glen, Fraser Bruce, who wrote the Clyde Song, and is an ex-Ruther­glen Academy pupil and Moe Walker from STV’s Thingum­myjig.

Ian McCal­man , of the McCal­mans, de­clared that Bruce & Walker were: “One of the best nights I’ve had in a club for years... their songs and de­liv­ery is sec­ond to none!”

Hec­tor Christie of The Liv­ing Tra­di­tion web­site wrote that the show has: “not a wasted mo­ment” in it.

The show starts at 7.30pm and tick­ets are priced at £12 or £10 for con­ces­sions.

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