Thursday, January 26, 2006

 

Forth Valley gigs in February

It's Festival time already for THE BOOTLEGGERS. Their annual festival in Alva's Cochrane Hall is on the 11th, and sold out months ago.
The SAN QUENTIN CWC in Maddison are entertained by Steve James on Friday 3rd, and the following night Southern Boulevard play for the PRAIRIE STAR in Alloa.
The COLORADO club in West Calder have American Spirit (5th), Jolene & Barry (12th), Frank Welshman (19th) and Carson City (26th) all playing this month.
And on the 24th, Midnight Rebels will be playing for the BRIGHTONS linedancers

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

 

Prophet for Caithness

The Northern Nashville CMC Festival in Halkirk this Easter looks set to turn in a Prophet !
Yes, the legendary Ronnie Prophet has been added to the bill alongside Joy Lyn White, Frank Jansen & Texas Renegade.
The Canadian entertainer, now based in Branson, will no doubt be welcoming Scotland's public smoking ban, which will be in effect before his visit. Ronnie, you may recall, caused a storm whilst compering the Wembley Festival by complaining about smokers, without realising the whole event was sponsoresed by Silk Cut.
Full festival dteails at www.nncmc.co.uk

 

Bryan Burnett wins CMA Award

Following in the footsteps of other Scottish based broadcasters Dick Barrie, Bill Black, Stuart Cameron & Pat Geary, the winner of this year's CMA International broadcaster award is BBC Scotland's Bryan Burnett.
Catch his "Brand New Country" on Friday & Sunday nights 8-10pm.

Sunday, January 08, 2006

 

Celtic Music Radio

Celtic Music Radio is on the air in Glasgow, Scotland at 106.6 FM for the duration of the city's Celtic Connections Festival, the world's biggest winter music festival. Although, in line with Celtic Connections, Celtic Music Radio will play mainly folk music, Stewart Fenwick will be presenting a Celtic Country programme on Sunday nights 15th,22nd & 29th January, 8-10pm.

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