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Monthly Voodoo Rooms jam, this month it is a Pascal Blaesi special. :)
Quote from the organiser: "Your Bard! is our tribute to the words and music of Scotland's national bard Robert Burns and tonight, we have one of the purest voices in Scottish music - Brigid Mhairi, accompanied on guitar by Richard Dunn. this will be followed by the regular Whighams Jazz jam and Open Mic Session"
A star-studded evening of traditional - and some not so traditional - Burns Night entertainment, with fine food, in Prestonfield's spectacular setting in support of one of Prestonfield's house charities - Prostate Scotland.
Regular monthly jam at The Voodoo Rooms- it's CHRISTMAS! :D
Monthly Voodoo Rooms jamming session- super night out with a wide range of musicians taking the stage to jam with each other.
Sounds Like: Norah Jones, Marilyn Monroe, Etta James, Regina Spektor, Eddi Reader
Bio: I have used music as my form of expression since I was 13 and for me it is essential for communication, whether it is blues, rock, pop, soul, R&B, gospel, reggae and folk music I am working with.
In the words of Neil Diamond: "Making music is my life, the one constant I can't live without. It'...See Full Bio
"The Gathering" is a strong debut. I must especially applaud Brigid's wise and courageous decision to include so many songs on this album that won't necessarily be familiar to her listeners, along with a few standard favorites. In doing so, she has created an album that feels fresh and deeply personal, yet wholly accessible. Like any young singer releasing a debut album, Brigid has room to grow as an artist, but there's as much pleasure as there is promise on display in "The Gathering." Buy it now, and someday you'll get to brag that you were a Brigid Mhairi fan even before she had her big break.