Hootananny Events

Mar
27
Mon
Scottish Traditional Music session @ Hootananny
Mar 27 @ 9:30 pm

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Every Sunday – Wednesday the best Scottish Traditional musicians from the local area and sometimes further afield play around our round table!

Ideal for anyone wanting to witness live Scottish Traditional music!

Mar
28
Tue
Scottish Traditional Music session @ Hootananny
Mar 28 @ 9:30 pm

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Every Sunday – Wednesday the best Scottish Traditional musicians from the local area and sometimes further afield play around our round table!

Ideal for anyone wanting to witness live Scottish Traditional music!

Mar
29
Wed
Scottish Traditional Music session @ Hootananny
Mar 29 @ 9:30 pm

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Every Sunday – Wednesday the best Scottish Traditional musicians from the local area and sometimes further afield play around our round table!

Ideal for anyone wanting to witness live Scottish Traditional music!

Apr
1
Sat
Super Ceilidh with Fraser & Erik @ Hootananny
Apr 1 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Fraser Maclean and Erik Spence along with a range of guests host the longest running ceilidh in Scotland every Saturday from 2.30 pm – 4.30 pm at Hoots!

Gary Innes and Friends @ Hootananny
Apr 1 @ 9:30 pm

“Supremely sensitive. . . exceptional charm and vibrancy. . . Gary Innes is a master of extremes, and of everything in between.” (Living Tradition)

Accordion in hand, Gary Innes truly has the world at his fingertips – though at heart he’s never far from his native Scottish Highlands. Over recent years he’s gigged in China, Malaysia, the USA, the Middle East and Kazakhstan, among other exotic destinations, but between times he’s just as busy playing rural village halls and remote island festivals back home, from Acharacle to Achiltibuie, Shetland to Skye.

It’s this harmony between deep local roots and international outlook, allied with superlative technique and sublime creative artistry, that sets Gary’s musicianship apart. A founder member of accordion supergroup Box Club, and more recently of hotly-tipped Highland outfit Mànran – the first band this century to break the UK Top 100 with a Gaelic song – he also features as a regular guest with veteran folk-rockers Runrig, and in a duo with award-winning singer/guitarist Ewan Robertson.

Apr
3
Mon
Scottish Traditional Music session @ Hootananny
Apr 3 @ 9:30 pm

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Every Sunday – Wednesday the best Scottish Traditional musicians from the local area and sometimes further afield play around our round table!

Ideal for anyone wanting to witness live Scottish Traditional music!

Apr
4
Tue
Scottish Traditional Music session @ Hootananny
Apr 4 @ 9:30 pm

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Every Sunday – Wednesday the best Scottish Traditional musicians from the local area and sometimes further afield play around our round table!

Ideal for anyone wanting to witness live Scottish Traditional music!

Apr
5
Wed
Scottish Traditional Music session @ Hootananny
Apr 5 @ 9:30 pm

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Every Sunday – Wednesday the best Scottish Traditional musicians from the local area and sometimes further afield play around our round table!

Ideal for anyone wanting to witness live Scottish Traditional music!

Apr
6
Thu
Buffalo Skinners
Apr 6 @ 9:30 pm

The Buffalo Skinners are a songwriting collective based in Sheffield.

Their music stems from a shared passion for songwriting and singing in harmony. Kieran Thorpe plays Fender Rhodes Keyboard, James Nicholls the Violin, Peter Seccombe the Guitar, Miles Stapleton the Drums and Robbie Thompson, Bass. The band draw influence from 60’s Rock n Roll, Folk, Blues and whatever else they’ve been listening to recently.

Over the past six years the boys have shared highs and lows, personal space, and an ex-postal van across England, America and France. Most importantly they have shared their songs, with anyone willing to listen. Bob Harris, Steve Lamacq, Cerys Matthews, Janice Long, Iain Anderson and Dermot O’Leary have all been among them, and have in turn all played tracks from the first two albums on BBC Radio. This has led to endless festival appearances across the UK including Glastonbury, Kendal Calling, BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park, Boomtown Fair, Wilderness, Tramlines, Camp Bestival…

Apr
7
Fri
Calum Macphail Trio @ Hootananny
Apr 7 @ 9:30 pm

Calum Macphail

Accordionist studying from a very young age.  Composer,  originally from Fort William now resides in Inverness. When not playing you can see him swing a Caman for Glen Urquhart’s  Shinty Team.

Apr
8
Sat
Super Ceilidh with Fraser & Erik @ Hootananny
Apr 8 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Fraser Maclean and Erik Spence along with a range of guests host the longest running ceilidh in Scotland every Saturday from 2.30 pm – 4.30 pm at Hoots!

EABHAL @ Hootananny
Apr 8 @ 9:30 pm

EABHAL

Eabhal are four young musicians who met and began making music together on the Outer-Hebrides’ Isle of Uist.

Playing folk and traditional music from Scotland, Ireland and further alongside self-penned tunes, they produce a melting pot of sound representing their very different backgrounds.

Roy Campbell || Accordion
Jamie MacDonald || Fiddle
Nicky Kirk || Guitar
Hamish Hepburn || Bagpipes, Flute and Whistles

Apr
9
Sun
Ella Munro @ Hootananny
Apr 9 @ 9:30 pm

Ella Munro

Ella Munro is a young folk singer hailing from the Isle of Skye, on the west coast of Scotland. After studying for five years at the prestigious national centre of excellence in traditional music in Plockton she then went on to gain a place studying Scots song at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland under the outstanding tutoring of Fiona Hunter. During her time in Glasgow she has supported well known acts such as the Paul McKenna Band, Archie Fisher, Tannara and many more. Ella has also performed at many high profile venues such as Eden Court, Holyrood, Westminster, WOMAD festival, Edinburgh folk club, the Star folk club and others. She also frequently performs at local folk clubs in and around Glasgow. Ella’s passion for both traditional and contemporary music can be seen in her varied repertoire of scots songs by the likes of Dick Gaughan and Adam MacNaughton, (to name but a few) to her self-penned songs. In 2017 Ella will be undertaking 2 tours around Scotland in April and July and also releasing an EP of well-loved Scots songs.

Apr
10
Mon
Scottish Traditional Music session @ Hootananny
Apr 10 @ 9:30 pm

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Every Sunday – Wednesday the best Scottish Traditional musicians from the local area and sometimes further afield play around our round table!

Ideal for anyone wanting to witness live Scottish Traditional music!

Apr
11
Tue
Scottish Traditional Music session @ Hootananny
Apr 11 @ 9:30 pm

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Every Sunday – Wednesday the best Scottish Traditional musicians from the local area and sometimes further afield play around our round table!

Ideal for anyone wanting to witness live Scottish Traditional music!

Apr
12
Wed
Scottish Traditional Music session @ Hootananny
Apr 12 @ 9:30 pm

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Every Sunday – Wednesday the best Scottish Traditional musicians from the local area and sometimes further afield play around our round table!

Ideal for anyone wanting to witness live Scottish Traditional music!