Variety is the spice ...
Gradually gigs are beginning to materialise, but it has been a long gap!
Thursday 14th Oct.
Pete Clark &
A concert in aid of the Logierait Church Organ Fund
Limited to 60 tickets @ £15 each to include a glass of wine or soft drink. Tickets on a first come, first served basis. To reserve a place, please email
William Jackson at
You will be sent a numbered ticket, but payment is cash on the night.
January 2020 celebrations of Robert Burns, and a couple of grand evenings ... an annual supper at Bridge of Allan on the 24th and then a very special gig on Burns' night at his cottage birth place in Alloway (covering for Ali McCulloch, who was stravaiging the length and breadth of the U.S. with the Gregg violin, an instrument heard by and possibly even played by Burns!).
"The Twa Fiddles" concert at the Scottish Parliament was a memorable evening. Alastair McCulloch played the Gregg Violin (once owned by a dancing master who played for Burns and his cronies at the Bachelor's Club) and yours truly played Niel Gow's fiddle. Thanks to John Swinney for sponsoring this event.
The first "Twa Fiddles" performance was in Ayr on the 23rd January, 2019. A year ago! Time flies!