Clyde and Avon Valley Festival 2017: Fruits of their Labours Concert

Cappuccino Concert - Coffee Cake and Choruses Lanarkshire Songwriters

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Date:

Sunday 14 May 2017 7:30pm until 10:00 pm

Price:
FREE

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Tel 01698 359326 or 07889 727254, email:  Billy.garriongill@gmail.com


Event's Address:

Flowers of Scotland Garden Centre, Rosebank

This concert will showcase the songs written by the Lanarkshire Songwriters as part of the FRUITS OF THEIR LABOURS Project. The songs were inspired from the oral histories collected as part of the project from people who have been involved in the Fruit Growing and Horticultural Industry which existed in the Clyde Valley.

These songs will be included on the forthcoming CD. Songwriters performing on the night will include Robin Laing, John Malcolm, Ian Walker, John Young, Bob Bradford, John Young, Chris McCulloch, Dougie Semple, Frank Rae, Gordon Neil, Rab Armour, Tom Clelland, Billy Stewart.

Age Group:  All

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