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Title: Brian Ó hEadhra | Fiona Mackenzie- Highland Life & Lore, with Malinky
Venue: Fergus Grand Theatre

An Evening of Scottish Music & Song

Brian Ó hEadhra | Fiona Mackenzie are acclaimed singer songwriters who draw upon their traditional Gaelic roots as well as from other musical genres including Nordic, Eastern European, Americana, indie and electronica.  Their live sound has been described as "ethereal and evocative" whilst their debut album TÌR as "sophisticated, ambient and sonically mesmerizing". With layered harmonies, innovative interpretation of ancient Gaelic texts and songs as well newly written material, Ó hEadhra | Mackenzie make music which appeals to audiences seeking quality and authenticity.  www.oheadhra-mackenzie.com

Brian Ó hEadhra (MG Alba Gaelic Singer of the Year Nominee 2019)  "...the most vocally talented, versatile and engaging male vocalist in Gaeldom."  - fRoots

Fiona Mackenzie  "...this Kate Bush meets Bjork of the Isle of Lewis is the voice taking traditional music to places it's seldom been before." -The Irish World

Malinky continue on their distinctive mission as contemporary champions of traditional Scots song with the launch of their 20th Anniversary Album HANDSEL, produced by Greentrax Recordings. Their current four-piece line-up, centred on the outstanding voices of Fiona Hunter, Steve Byrne, and Mark Dunlop also features award-winning composer Mike Vass, with instrumentation including bouzouki, guitar, fiddle, whistle, bodhrán and cello.  www.malinky.com

Steve Byrne (MG Alba Scots Singer of the Year 2019)  “one of Scotland’s finest singers in a traditional vein and no mean songwriter either…”

Fiona Hunter (MG Alba Scots Singer of the Year 2015)  “arguably the leading singer of her generation in the Scot’s language…”

Mark Dunlop is a wonderful interpreter of traditional song as well as brilliant skills on whistles & bodhran.

Mike Vass (MG Alba Instrumentalist of the Year 2018) is one of the most creative forces on the Scottish music scene