King Creosote & Jon Hopkins with Special Guest Withered Hand, Argyll Tour

22 - 26 May 2012, Mull

PLEASE NOTE: This event has now finished
 
 
These two wonderful musicians will be taking their beautiful, etheral music to a number of small venues off the west coast of Scotland, starting at An Tobar Arts Centre in Tobermory.

King Creosote is one of Scotland’s most revered singer songwriters and is a mainstay of the wonderful Fence Collective based in Fife.

Jon Hopkins also enjoys a solo career in electronic music and has been a long term collaborator with Brian Eno as well as recently playing a major role on Coldplay’s ‘Viva La Vida’.

Withered Hand is at the swirling epicentre of Edinburgh’s much-lauded musical renaissance. Dan Wilson has also performed at SXSW Festival in Texas and has won overwhelming critical acclaim.

Dates & venues for 2012 are:
22nd May at An Tobar, Tobermory, Isle of Mull. Phone: 01688 302211

23rd May at Iona Library, Isle of Iona. Phone: 01688 302211

24th May, Lismore Hall, Lismore. Phone: 01631 760040

25th May, Easdale Hall, Easdale Island. Email: easdaleislandhall.org

26th May, Mount Stuart. Phone: 01700503877

Details

22 - 26 May 2012
Doors open at 8pm, for 8:30pm start.

Categories
Music

Venue

Various Locations

Address
An Tobar, Iona Library, Lismore Hall and Mount Stuart

Booking

Price
Tickets are £12

Booking details
Please contact each venue as per the details in the event description on the left

 
 

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