16 Jan - 2 Feb 2025

New Tradition: Fiona Hunter Band & Adam Holmes & Steph Geremia



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28th Jan 2024
The Barony Hall
£20.16* includes booking fee
Age restrictions
Over 14s only. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult over 18.
Seating Type
Celtic Connections 2024

One of the leading voices in Scottish traditional music, award-winning singer Fiona Hunter brings her long awaited second solo album, Atween The Salt Sea And The Sand, to Celtic Connections. Expect reworked versions of songs learned directly from mentors including Ray Fisher and Sheila Stewart, alongside interpretations of songs from both the Lowlands and Highlands of Scotland.

Joining Fiona at The Barony Hall is Adam Holmes, whose four albums, Heirs and Graces, Brighter Still, Midnight Milk and Dreamweaver have captured the imagination of the UK Folk Scene and gained him several Scottish Album of the Year Nominations. His songs have  featured widely on BBC Radio 2 and Radio 3, BBC Scotland, and Virgin Radio, among many others. 

Rounding out the evening is acclaimed Irish singer and flautist, Steph Geremia. Mixing powerful instrumentals and songs from the Irish, folk and Americana traditions, as featured on her new album, If Tomorrow, Steph will be joined by Scotland’s bouzouki powerhouse, Aaron Jones (Old Blind Dogs) and special guests including John McCusker (fiddle), Kris Drever (guitar & vocals) and Alan Kelly (accordion). 

This event is delivered in partnership with the University of Strathclyde, as part of their Diamond Jubilee programme.  Celebrating the University’s unique contribution to the world since the granting of a Royal Charter in 1964, the Jubilee explores Strathclyde’s innovative approach to education and research and the institution’s impact on society over more than 225 years since its foundation in 1796, as well as looking to the future and the next chapter of the Strathclyde story.

Venue details

The Barony Hall
G4 0RA
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