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Dowally’s brand new album Somewhere tells a tale of music from wild, rolling places. Tonight sees the album being officially launched and audience members can anticipate an exciting, energetic performance from a trio whose expression and style has been described as 'something special – one of the big surprises of the year' (FolkWorld). Accordion (Phil Alexander, Moishe’s Bagel), guitar (Dan Abrahams, the Foo Birds, Bonzai Quartet) and fiddle (Rachel Walker, Wayward Jane) leap, dive and soar to create tunes and songs which are rooted in folk but which speak of influences from jazz, Klemzer and the classical world. Guest, Graham Coe, on cello (The Jellyman’s Daughter) adds an undefinable twist and the arrangements are such that each instrument shines through. 'Truly great music-making' (Brecon Jazz Festival, 2016).
If you are a Storytelling Centre Supporter, select a full price ticket to book at the discounted rate.
A booking fee of £1 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings. No booking fee is applied to tickets purchased in person from the Scottish Storytelling Centre Box Office.
Scottish Storytelling Centre
Thu 28 Jun
Full Price - £10.00
Storytelling Centre Supporter - £7.50
Start Time & Duration:
Book tickets online or by calling our box office between 10am-6pm, Monday to Saturday (Sunday, July & August only, 12pm-6pm)
A booking fee of £1 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.
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