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Benderloch Palladium has revealed just some of next year’s music line-up after a great 2018.
The gigs featuring bands from near and far have filled the Victory Hall with enthusiastic audiences throughout the year.
Highlights included Old Blind Dogs, Hollow Mountain String Band, The Antics and Rab Noakes collaboration with Jill Jackson.
‘It’s been a delight to host such talent and promote roughly a band a month in the hall over the year which gets the bar open which swells the coffers to helps to keep our near 100-year-old hall going,’ said Benderloch Live promoter Campbell Cameron.
Next year events begin on Friday February 1 with the return of Mairi Campbell and her new show Auld Lang Syne, her follow up to the much acclaimed Pulse.
Later in the month Glasgow-based Americana maestros James Edwyn and the Borrowed Band will get the feet tapping on Friday February 15, a post Valentine’s Day treat.
Gigs after that include Claude Bourbon on Friday March 15, Red Dirt Skinners on Saturday March 30, Eilidh Shaw and Ross Martin Friday April 19, Mudslide on Saturday May 11.