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I get the opportunity to play a couple of pretty special shows this September with two of my favourite artists Rachel Sermanni and Martin Carr (Boo Radleys) courtesy of James Yorkston’s very own ‘Tae Sup Wi A Fifer‘ series of … Read More »
Over the past few years I’ve had the opportunity to work with a fantastic Glasgow based organisation of the name ‘Vox Liminis’– a venture devoted to using art to explore and enhance the lives of those involved with the Scottish … Read More »
I’m absolutely delighted to announce that my new album has been nominated for the long list of this year’s Scottish Album of The Year (SAY Award). The full list can be seen here and contains 20 of Scotland’s best albums of … Read More »
Third single ‘Dark Skies’ taken from album ‘In Search of Harperfield’.
I take to the road in May this year to play 12 shows around the UK, visiting a number of venues I’ve never had the pleasure of playing before now. The full list can be found at the Shows page … Read More »
I take to Spain once again in a few days, following a couple of brilliant shows in Barcelona and Zaragoza just a week or so ago. I go back with Graeme Smillie on bass & keys from 30th March – 5th April. … Read More »
Get tickets here. I play my first full band show in London at Upstairs At The Garage on Tuesday 15th March with support from the mighty A Mote of Dust.
Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer: Kirkcaldy Rachel Sermanni / Emma Pollock / Martin Carr Rachel Sermanni is a Scottish folk-noir balladeer from Carrbridge in Strathspey. ‘Minimal, Murky, Magnificent’ – Mojo. ‘Unnervingly pretty and graceful’ – NME. ‘Stately, Poetic, Rooted in … Read More »
Video for ‘Parks and Recreation’ the first single taken from third solo album In Search of Harperfield. (2016) Production Company – Faction North Director – Virginia Heath Director of Photography – David Lee Editor – Stella Heath Keir Executive Producer … Read More »
Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer Rachel Sermanni / Emma Pollock / Martin Carr Rachel Sermanni is a Scottish Folk-Noir Balladeer, writer, musician and artist from Carrbridge in Strathspey. ‘Minimal, Murky, Magnificent’ – MOJO. ‘Unnervingly pretty and graceful’ – NME. ‘Stately, … Read More »