Music |
11th April 2014

Brought up on North Uist in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, Julie Fowlis has been a proud standard bearer for Gaelic music and culture over the course of a solo career which has spanned three highly acclaimed studio albums.

It is little wonder that when PIXAR (“Finding Nemo”, “Toy Story”, “Up”) were searching for the perfect, authentic singing voice to feature in “Brave”, their 2012 animated film set in the ancient highlands of Scotland, their research led them to one of the Western Isles’ true contemporary treasures.

Over and above her work as a performer, Julie has been a regular face on BBC ALBA (Scotland), TG4 (Ireland) and a familiar voice also on BBC Radio Scotland. In February 2012 Julie co-presented the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards with Mike Harding. And “Bob’s Ballad Bases”, a programme Julie presented by Julie for BBC Radio 2 was nominated for an industry award at the Celtic Media Festival in May 2012.

Last year she also had the honour of singing Scotland's National Anthem at Hampden Park for the Scottish national football team.

Venue: Malt Room
Brewery Fundraiser
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Please note that the Brewery charges a £1.50 fee per booking for online and telehone transactions. 


11th April 2014

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