An unmissable evening of folk from two of Scotland’s best-loved traditional musicians.
Aly Bain was a founder member of the Boys of the Lough and his passionate playing has found its way onto recordings by the likes of Eddie Reader and Richard Thompson.
Stunning accordion player Phil Cunningham has been named as one of Scotland’s 25 most influential people. Currently featuring on Mark Knopfler’s latest album he has also worked with the likes of James Taylor, Rosanne Cash and Midge Ure.
Both artists can be seen regularly in The Transatlantic Sessions TV series and together they are simply the best traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear.
Aly and Phil celebrated their 25th Anniversary in 2011 having toured together since 1988 to packed concert halls. They recorded their first album The Pearl in 1994 and since then have recorded many CD’s including the newly released Five and Twenty.
The duo have won the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards – BEST DUO Award and been nominated in the Scottish Traditional Music Awards for Live Act of the Year.
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