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The partnership of Resolis Community Arts and Cromarty Arts Trust is bringing 2 exciting new events to Resolis:


Ever been curious about sound?

Have you ever wondered what that shadowy figure lurking behind a big desk of switches in the corner of many gigs actually does?  How can you hear a soft, low volume instrument when there’s a loud drum kit next to it?  

We’re planning a 1-day sound workshop during the next 4 or 5 weeks (possibly 25th May).  If this is of interest to you email resoliscommunityarts@gmail.com 


31 May @ 20.00

Frankie Morrow 

supported by 

Niamh Maclennan

 

Frankie Morrow are fast becoming a force to be reckoned with.

Their music is a tapestry of smoldering alt-rock with soul-stirring wonder. They excel at crafting moments of soft, gentle reverie and hard-hitting passion, reflecting their  influences which include: Americana/rock like Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Bob Dylan, Scottish writers such as Rab Noakes, and more contemporary bands like Big Thief and Katy J Pearson.

Blessed with a unique vocal and undeniable musicianship, Frankie Morrow invite us into their distinctive, yet warmly familiar sonic world:

“We absolutely love playing for people – it’s our favourite thing to do, we want people to feel moved and for them to forget their worries at our shows.  Our live show and our current musical direction is actually a lot more raucous than what we have on record so far.“

Niamh Maclennan Is a young singer-songwriter and musician from Applecross, who following a degree in contemporary music making is on the verge of hitting the big time with her talented and energentic band.

 

Tickets Adult £14, U18 £5, book via eventbrite OR avoid the booking fee and email info@cromartyartstrust.org.uk or call 01381 600354.

Doors open at 7:30 pm


 

 

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