‘Songs And Reels’ Benedict Morris With Pablo Fuente & Ryan Murphy are back by popular request. This year’s event at the Rose Club will feature three of the most exciting
‘Songs And Reels’ Benedict Morris With Pablo Fuente & Ryan Murphy are back by popular request. This year’s event at the Rose Club will feature three of the most exciting young musicians on the folk scene.
Benedict Morris, the 2019 BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the year, is making a huge name for himself, both at home and abroad.
He is currently part of a duo with Belfast-born guitarist Cormac Crummey. Their debut album Wavelength was released in November 2018, when they enjoyed sell out performances on their Scotland/Ireland tour.
Benedict is also the fiddle player alongside five times World Champion Irish dancer, David Geaney. In his show ‘Velocity’ which recently set Broadway alight, earning several five-star reviews.
Since being named the BBC Radio Scotland young traditional musician of the year, one of Benedict’s new projects has been a trio of BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winners, Pablo Lafuente and Ryan Murphy. They are currently working on an album, which will be released later this year.
We are delighted to welcome these three brilliant young musicians to Linlithgow.
Doors open for 7,15pm to begin at 8pm. Tickets £8 on the door or get them From Far From the Madding Crowd or click the button below.
(Thursday) 7:15 pm - 10:15 pm GMT