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The return of the Loft Sessions!
Scottish country/folk musician Norrie McCulloch will be playing a special intimate live acoustic show at Coffee On Wooer on Thursday March 9th.
There are a limited amount of tickets available from the venue and a small batch available online, we are sure these will go fast so grab yours now! Tickets are prices at only £5 advance and if any tickets remaining will be £6 on the door.
The event will have unreserved, limited seating.
Having recorded previous album ‘These Mountain Blues’ live directly to analogue tape in the Tolbooth Auditorium, Stirling, critical acclaim flooded in with a number of Radio DJs including BBC Scotland’s Iain Anderson setting tracks on regular rotation. A busy 2016 schedule followed with performances at Glasgow Americana, Belladrum, Summertyne and Southern Fried festivals.
The forthcoming full-length album ‘Bare Along The Branches’ was duly recorded in the same manner, showing more of his alt-folk & country stylings. His songwriting is raw, honest and has been likened to that of many cult folk heroes including Townes Van Zandt, Dick Gaughan, Son Volt and Martyn Joseph.
“★★★★ A wonderful amalgamation of all things Americana & Caledonia, folk & country combined perfectly” Scottish Daily Express
“★★★★★ Sublime…indie-folk” Maverick Magazine
“McCulloch is an astonishingly good songwriter” Americana UK
Bare Along The Branches is released on 24th February and is available for pre-order NOW at: https://norriemcculloch.bandcamp.com/
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