News: Mary Gauthier, Sturgill Simpson and Hazy Americana

STURGIL WEB 14Sturgill On The Rise

What a year Sturgill Simpson is having; recent appearances on David Letterman, Conan O’Brien and Later With Jools have really seen his stock rising.

Sturgill just scooped the Emerging Artist Of The Year Award at a glitzy bash for the Americana Music Association Award which were held at the famous Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Wednesday 17th September.

Sturgill & His Band will bring Glasgow Americana to a close on Sunday 5th October in Oran Mor. Opening the show will be local lad Daniel Meade.

You can purchase tickets for this show here.


MARY GAUTIER 14Mary Gauthier Selling Fast

Always popular in Glasgow, Mary Gauthier plays our Friday Night show at St Andrew’s In The Square with Ben Glover. The show is selling extremely well and we advise you purchase a ticket sooner rather than later.

This hot ticket can be purchased here.


Hazy Americana

Featuring Findlay Napier, Anthony D’Amato, The Chaplins, Jellyman’s Daughter & Genesee.

Sunday 5th October Matinee Show

The CCA Glasgow 0141 352 4900

We are delighted to be once again to be teaming up with the Hazy Recollections team to bring you a first class afternoon of music.

Hazy Recollections head honcho Findlay Napier will be joined by an array of talent from home and abroad.

Findlay will sing some of his own real treat, energetic material, join in with others on the bill, and generally run the sparkling show as at previous festivals.

New Jersey singer/songwriter Anthony D’Amato makes a welcome return to Glasgow. And the extra good news is that he’s heading to Glasgow with a new album release in tow, “The Shipwreck From the Shore.” Anthony impressed Glasgow audiences on previous visits opening up for Gretchen Peters and Israel Nash Gripka.

The Jellyman’s Daughter is an Edinburgh-based duo featuring Emily Kelly on guitar and Graham Coe on cello, with vocal harmonies that share a unique affinity and create equal amounts of intimacy and excitement in their songs. Fans of Crooked Still will love these guys.

This year’s winners of The Danny Kyle Stage at Celtic Connections, The Chaplins are Jill (lead vocals, guitar, banjo, ukulele, harmonica), Lisa (drums, percussion, vocals, ukulele) and John (double bass, vocals). With their timeless feel, The Chaplins will appeal to all – eight or eighty you will find yourself mesmerised by this distinctive trio.

Singer-Songwriter Genesee is an artist that draws you into her world through songs that approach you sideways but always end up written on your face. An enthusiastic people watcher; her songs and poems tell stories of the wayward souls of the great, grey land of Scotland of where she currently resides, weaving through its eclectic mix of culture and opportunity.

You can purchase tickets for this show here.





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