Postponed (Original date Sunday 17 May)
We are working hard to reschedule this show for a future date. We will be in touch via email as soon as we have a new date confirmed. All original tickets will remain valid for the new date.
In their five years, Scottish firebrands Talisk have stacked up several major awards for their explosively energetic yet artfully woven sound, including 2017’s Folk Band of the Year at the BBC Alba Scots Trad Music Awards, and a BBC Radio 2 Folk Award.
“Extraordinary” Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2
Mohsen Amini – the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards’ Musician of the Year 2018 – Hayley Keenan and Graeme Armstrong seamlessly meld concertina, fiddle and guitar to produce a multi-layered, enthralling signature that has effortlessly captivated audiences from the USA to Australia, and throughout the UK.
“A very impressive set from a group… [that] when it puts its collective foot to the floor creates an exciting sound that, in this case literally, drags an audience out of its seats.” The Herald
Appearances at world-leading festivals – including the Cambridge Folk Festival, Denmark’s Tønder, WOMAD UK, the Philadelphia Folk Festival, Celtic Colours, Milwaukee Irish Festival and five successive outings at Glasgow’s Celtic Connections – have amassed a die-hard following, whilst the world’s folk and world music media have also lauded high credits on the trio.
“The technical ability of each member is clear in the energetic, dynamic sound produced…with Mohsen Amini’s concertina, Hayley Keenan’s fiddle and Graeme Armstrong’s guitar melding seamlessly together to produce a mature sound which belies their three short years together.” Songlines
The release of their hotly anticipated second album, Beyond, in October 2018, was met with a five-star ‘Top of the World’ review in Songlines, praising the band as ‘incredibly infectious and endearing… fresh, invigorating, accomplished and playfully frisky’.
“…completely blown away by the sheer dexterity and musicianship of this innovative trio.” The Living Tradition
Thursday 5 November
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