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Amy La Vere and Will Sexton

Sunday 9th February

@ The Shed, Henriatta Park

A classy duo from Austin, Texas.

'Will is a respected artist, songwriter and producer with a list of acclaimed solo albums to his name. Keeping his old ties deep in the heart of Texas, Will now calls Memphis home with his wife, singer-songwriter Amy LaVere. Will and Amy have been touring and playing together for a couple of years . . . Their collaborative CD, Hallelujah, I’m A Dreamer is spare and tight, showcasing Will and Amy’s fine playing styles and beautiful harmonies.' Creative Loafing

'Amy LaVere is becoming renowned worldwide for her songwriting, bass playing, and vocals. She sings with a sweet, haunting voice that can turn on a dime from innocent to lusty.'

Reserve a place: This is a small venue, so please contact David Gilbert tomake sure you have a place. Suggestd donation £10.


Saltfish Forty

Saturday 15th February

Douglas Montgomery (fiddle/viola) and Brian Cromarty (songs/guitar/mandola) combine the rich traditional music of Orkney with original compositions.

'What makes Douglas Montgomery and Brian Cromarty distinctive is the quality of their playing and singing, and the way they weave other influences into the Scottish mix.' The Guardian

'Styles and genres, rooted in Orkney music past and present but also taking in blues, pop, gypsy jazz, country, funk and heavy metal attack; more force and volume than seems feasible from just two people, centrally channelled through Brian Cromarty’s custom-strung mandola, alongside Douglas Montgomery’s fiddle pyrotechnics and inexorably deployed stomp-board. With Cromarty also on vocals and guitar, and a song repertoire increasingly focused on his excellent originals, they may like to play on the wide-eyed-island-boys-in-the-big-city shtick, but there’s nothing remotely parochial about their sound, creative synergy or live prowess.' The Scotsman


Kenny Taylor and Simon Gunn

Friday 6th March

A double hander ~ slides and talk from our in-house stars!



James Robertson


A celebration of Michael Marra from James Robertson, author of the superb biography.


Ian Carr and Simon Thoumire

Monday May 11th

@ The Shed, Henrietta Park 

The return of the duo, exceptional musicianship on guitar and squeeze box.

Reserve a place: This is a small venue, so please contact David Gilbert tomake sure you have a place. Suggestd donation £10.

All events at the hall have delicious interval refreshments to purchase, BYOB


Thanks to Highland Council, Black Isle Ward Discretionary Fund

for the grant that has allowed us to buy new staging.




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