Live mu­sic group hits the right notes with Caol gig

The Oban Times - - Districts -

A KIL­MALLIE-BASED group cre­ated to share their love of mu­sic is look­ing for­ward to its next event.

Creel was set up by Kil­mallie res­i­dents keen to see more live acts com­ing to play in the area.

Founded by Susie Calderan and Mandy Ketchin, Creel hosted its first gig this sum­mer. Creel hopes to build on its ini­tial suc­cess by wel­com­ing ‘ Wild­ings’, as a trio of young women hail­ing from the far-flung cor­ners of Orkney, Northum­ber­land and Skye, to Caol Com­mu­nity Cen­tre on No- vem­ber 11. Susie and Mandy said: ‘Creel’s first gig, the Corn Potato String Band, was such a suc­cess. It was great to see so many peo­ple hav­ing such a good night en­joy­ing live acous­tic mu­sic in a small lo­cal venue. We’re try­ing to make sure there’s plenty of va­ri­ety in our events. Wild­ings prom­ises to de­liver dif­fer­ent mu­sic, but just as ex­cit­ing.’

To find out more, join the Creel mail­ing list, share ideas or book tick­ets for Wild­ings, con­tact Creel at creelevents@gmail.com

Wild­ings will play Caol Com­mu­nity Cen­tre on Fri­day Novem­ber 11.

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