The Herald

Canadian soul star on the rise

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CANADIAN soul-folk singer Carly Dow, pictured, plays three Scottish dates on her first UK tour in January following acclaim for her debut album, Ingrained, on this side of the Atlantic. Manitoba-born Dow’s music draws on the influences of popular Americana artists Gillian Welch and Neko Case and reflects the space and atmosphere of her home province.

She has performed across Canada and appears at the Wee Folk Club at The Royal Oak, Edinburgh on Sunday, January 22; The Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore, Monday, January 23; and Glenfiddic­h Distillery, Dufftown, Tuesday, January 24. carlydowmu­sic.com

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