Tonight, Wednesday 10 May, at Summerhall, Edinburgh Folk Club host and evening with Scottish folk legend Fred Morrison.
The outstanding tune composer has been performing since the 90s when he released his first solo album before many collaborative projects. Morrison’s love of music started in school where he won many awards for his skills as he found inspiration in the Bothy Band and the Tannahill Weavers.
A former member of Scottish supergroup Clan Alba and contemporary start Capercaillie Morrison has spent time forge relationships with our Celtic cousins in Brittany and Northern Spain. In 2006 Fred Morrison Pipes were born and designed his signature instrument, the Fred Morrison Reelpipes, which have since become a popular choice among many top artists.
Fred Morrison is likely to play songs from his albums, The Broken Chanter, The Sound of the Sun and Dunrobin Place as part of the event which takes place at Summerhall, Edinburgh. Doors open 7:30 pm with tickets priced at £10 for Non-members, £9 Concessions and £7 for Edinburgh Folk Club members.
Wednesday 10 May 2017
Summerhall EH9 1PL
Doors/bar 7:30pm; showtime 8pm
NB: £10 (non-members), £9 (conc), £7 (EFC members)
Tickets from Summerhall box office