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Adam McCulloch plays a SOLO night in Stirling Folk Club. This well established club meets every Monday from mid January until the first week in December. Entry is by payment on the door only.
St Andrews in The Square and Celtic Music radio present Folk For The Clutha Friday 10th & Saturday 11th Jan 2014 Adam joins an array of folk who've come together for this benefit weekend raising funds for those affected by the disaster. Adam will be playing the friday night show.
Enjoy a night of entertainment, demand for tickets is expected to be high as Adam performs a SOLO set as part of the evenings impressive line up. This event is licensed with a Sandwich buffet included in ticket price. First act 7.30pm prompt.
Adam McCulloch Trio featuring Paul McKenna & Sean Grey presenting a mix of Scottish Traditional, Irish and American Folk music.
The Adam McCulloch Trio kick off the first of three German dates with a mix of Scottish Traditional, Irish and American Folk songs.
Vocals, Guitarist, Songwriter
Bio: Adam McCulloch's earliest memories are of hearing his mother – esteemed Scots singer Gordeanna McCulloch – singing traditional Scottish ballads and songs at home and at festivals. Singing and songwriting has therefore always been a part of his life, although in recent years his focus has been fir...See Full Bio
“Adam Mcculloch rouses great expectations, his mother is Gordeanna McCulloch, well known as a solo singer and from her days with the Clutha,we can imagine he's been introduced to the music of other great revivalists when he was still lying in his cradle - a hint towards this is the intro to "The Overgate" which bears memories of Josh McCrea's guitar style. As if this weren't enough he has two Planxty songs on this CD. This might almost be too much of a good thing and stifle anything like a style at birth- but no way we get very personal versions from an artist who works on his own style and produces convincing versions of old songs. Most songs on this CD belong to the new musical canon - one though is new and is written by Adam McCulloch himself, the title song "In These Times" when seeing a beggar in Glasgow he realised how easily most of us could end up in poverty. If his versions of traditional songs weren't so beautiful we might say, write more! But why not,we say now do both!”