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Findlay Napier + Davy Cattanach w/ Steve Crawford + Gaorsach Rapper & Step @ Tunnels

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FINDLAY NAPIER AND THE BAR ROOM MOUNTAINEERS + DAVY CATTANACH WITH STEVE CRAWFORD + GAORSACH RAPPER AND STEP

Tuesday 1st December

The Tunnels, Carnegies Brae, Aberdeen, AB10 1BF. Phone (01224) 211121

Doors 8pm

Entry 6 on door

http://www.myspace.com/interestingmusic

http://www.thetunnels.co.uk

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FINDLAY NAPIER AND THE BAR ROOM MOUNTAINEERS

A quick return to Aberdeen for Findlay Napier and the Bar Room Mountaineers. Bringing together a fantastic writing team, a charismatic singer, stellar musicianship and ear-candy melodies, the result is a dynamic, colourful and vibrant collection of modern songs of everyday people and urban lives full of character, personality and effortless charm.

http://www.myspace.com/findlaynapier

DAVY CATTANACH WITH STEVE CRAWFORD

Local legend makes a welcome return. Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, Drummer & Producer Davy Cattanach has been a local legend of the Aberdeen music scene for over 30 years.

Starting out in the late 1970's drumming with The Squibs through 1980s with The 30 Footers and Mojo Pep and the Old Blind Dogs in the 90s Davy continues in the noughties with The Pictones as well as writing and performing his own eclectic selection of song-writing material drawn from musical experiences at home and abroad. Davy has also written music for theatre productions and Played drums and percussion on many albums, including: Bachue, Annie Grace, Sharon Hassan, Jonny Hardie, Gavin Marwick & Findlay Napier.

http://www.myspace.com/thepictones

GAORSACH RAPPER AND STEP

The Northumbrian rapper sword dance is traditional to Northumberland and County Durham in England. The dance was originally performed by miners in the pit villages of Tyneside and has gradually spread with revival groups worldwide. It is performed at speed by a team of five people continuously linked by flexible swords called rappers, which are weaved in and out of figures for display. It is a fairly recent tradition which has evolved over less than two hundred years from a much older hilt-and-point sword dance tradition found all over Europe.

http://www.gaorsach.co.uk

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