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Monday 14 June with:

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Tim Edey & Ross Ainslie Enjoy your very own Nettlebed gig with these Award-winning musical geniuses who are old friends and two of the best musicians of their generation. They come together for a rare virtual performance of tunes and songs at TPot studios in Ross’s native Perthshire and Tim’s adopted home. These are uncertain times and hopefully this wee gig will lift your spirits and give you some much needed optimism.

Ross and Tim will also join you for an optional zoom call to say Hi and answer any questions you might want to ask.

Tim Edey & Ross Ainslie
Monday 14 June at 8.00pm. 

Ticket Price – Options from £10

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This show is two sets + a Zoom session afterwards.

Tim is a former BBC Musician of the year and also won best duo with Brendan Power, he is The Chieftains guitarist+accordionist of choice and also has a long standing solo career. 

Rated by many to be one of the best guitarists and melodeon players in the Celtic folk scene, he’s toured with everyone from Christy Moore to Altan & Natalie MacMaster.

Ross is a three times nominated Musician of the year at the BBC Folk Awards and also won best duo with Ali Hutton. He’s also won Composer of the Year at the Scots Trad Music Awards. He performs with many bands including Treacherous Orchestra, Salsa Celtica, Dougie Maclean and lots more. Ross has four solo albums to date, Wide Open in 2013, Remembering in 2015, Sanctuary in 2017 and Vana in 2020.

 

As shows are promoted by the Artists themselves the Folk Club will not be handling the ticketing. It is being done through their ticket agencies. This way we are also not divulging any of your details to a third party which would require your permission.

We would ask that for those who can afford it, to buy the appropriate ticket to reflect the people who are going to enjoy their shows ... Thank you.

We hope that you will enjoy the performances which will also be helping both the Artists and the Folk Club in these difficult times.

Last updated: 01/06/2021