Sk­er­ryvore’s fes­tive show

Stirling Observer - - REVIEWS - Al­bert Halls

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.

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