Sorren MacLean and Hannah Fisher

Sorren MacLean and Hannah Fisher
Sorren MacLean and Hannah FisherNov 18th | Comrie Rural Hall. Nurses Lane, Comrie

A very special Comrie gig:

Sorren MacLean and Hannah Fisher

Supported by Rosie Sullivan

Saturday 18th November 2017
Comrie Rural Hall. Nurses Lane, Comrie PH6 2DZ
8pm.  Doors open 7.30.  BYOB
Tickets £15 from Hansen's Kitchen, Comrie Post Office and Eventbrite

This is definitely an evening not to be missed.  We're delighted to be able to offer a unique concert with Indie-folk duo Hannah Fisher and Sorren Maclean who play a mix of original and contemporary songs and tunes, blending rich vocal harmonies with bluegrass influenced fiddle tunes. When not writing, recording and performing together, both Hannah and Sorren tour extensively with Idlewild, Roddy Woomble, King Creosote and Karen Matheson. Both have released solo records with Sorren's debut album 'Wnter Stay Autumn" being included in the Herald's Top Scottish Albums of 2015. Recent noteable appearances include joining KT Tunstall at the opening of the Queensferry Crossing, sharing stages with the likes of Ricki-Lee Jones and Turin Brakes as well as performing at Glastonbury. The Herald describes Sorren’s songs as ‘Perfectly formed’ adding ‘Hannah Fisher’s fiddle again proves one of the secret weapons of Scottish indie-folk.’

Rosie Sullivan is a 15 year old Lewis singer/songwriter who has been writing songs since she was three years old. The talented 15-year-old from the Western Isles has had a busy career already since winning a leading singing and songwriting competition in 2015. Since then, and her subsequent performance at Wembley Stadium, Rosie has released her debut E.P. Wonderland, has performed regularly including slots at Belladrum and Thornhill festivals and won fans and admirers from all over the world.

Tickets £15 from Hansen's Kitchen, Comrie Post Ofice and:

Best wishes

Chris Grace

Chris Grace

Organiser of Hannah Fisher & Sorren MacLean in Comrie w/support from Rosie Sullivan

I organise and promote gigs in the village of Comrie, Perthshire.  I do this because I am passionate about music and in particular trad, folk and blues though not exclusively so.  I want local people to have the opportunity to hear music they might not necessarily think of going to, perhaps because they've never heard of the band or singer, and because it's more than a 50 mile round trip to our nearest big town and that's a big disincentive for many people to go out.  We are very fortunate in the musicians and bands that come to our wee village and we have had, and hope to have, many more memorable and fabulous musical feasts.  

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