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Described by Folk Radio as ‘refreshingly contemporary’, Glasgow-based trio Assynt are aiming to lift their audience to dizzying heights when they perform at Bendeloch’s Victory Hall on Friday, July 5.
Former BBC Radio Scotland Young Musician of the Year finalists, Graham Mackenzie (fiddle) and David Shedden (pipes/whistles) alongside BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award winner Innes White (guitar/mandolin) make up the band who won ‘Up and Coming Artist of the Year’ at the Scots Trad Music Awards 2018.
Having performed together for many years, 2018 saw the official launch of the band and their debut album ‘Road to the North’. Predominantly compiled of self-penned tunes, the album draws upon influences from traditional Scottish fiddle and pipe music, in particular the Highland and Gaelic traditions.
Having performed together for many years, 2018 saw the official launch of the band and their debut album, Road to the North.
Assynt will begin their 14-leg Scottish Tour at the Benderloch Palladium and finish in October with a performances in Mallaig. They also have shows in Colonsay (September 13), Jura (September 28).
‘We are delighted that Assynt are kicking off their Scottish tour in Benderloch,’ said event organiser Campbell Cameron.
Doors and bar open 7.30pm, the concert starts at 8pm.
Book your seats with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Joy or Campbell on 01631 720247.