Skerryvore’s festive show
A band described by BBC radio DJ Mark Radcliffe as‘the sound of young Scots power folk’are set to perform a festive feast in Stirling.
Skerryvore will be joined by Mànran for an evening of high energy music at the Albert Halls on December 29.
The duo, who are two of the top contemporary Scottish celtic folk-rock bands out there, have won numerous awards and have taken to the stage at festivals and tours from around the world.
Skerryvore will perform from across their extensive 13-year-old catalogue – including new material from their‘Live Forever’tours of 2017 that saw them thrill audiences across the globe, from the band’s own flagship event‘Oban Live’to USA and Europe. Formed on the lsle of Tiree, the band’s sound fuses a mix of styles from traditional to rock and jazz.
Mànran are known for their fiery tunes from fiddle, accordion, flute, uilleann and Highland bagpipes, binding powerfully to a rhythm section awash with elements of funk, jazz and rock to create some of the most innovative and uplifting instrumental music around.