Saturday 2nd September    8pm

THE QUIGGS

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16)    Unlicensed - BYOB

The Quiggs are husband and wife folk duo Stephen & Pernille Quigg.  Stephen is a long established folksinger, performing both solo and previously with The McCalmans.  Pernille, a folksinger and songwriter, is originally from Denmark.  Both are excellent singers performing traditional, contemporary and self-penned songs, with fine guitar, banjo and bodhran accompaniment.

 

 

Saturday 7th October    8pm

SARAH jANE SCOUTEN & tHE HONKY TONK WINGMEN

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16)    Unlicensed - BYOB

Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah Jane Scouten and The Honky Tonk Wingmen perform a blend of classic country, old-time music, Western swing, honkytonk, Cajun and Appalachian string band music.  Featuring upright bass, drums, banjo, vocals, electric and acoustic guitar.  In 2014, Sarah Jane’s second album ‘The Cape’ was nominated for two Canadian Folk Music Awards.  The band play extensively throughout North America.

 

 

Saturday 4th November    8pm

PAULINE ALEXANDER & SanDY STANAGE

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16)    Unlicensed - BYOB

Pauline Alexander is a fine singer who hails from the East End of Glasgow.  Craigie was the first folk club Pauline performed at and she loves coming back.  She is currently performing with an outstanding virtuoso fingerstyle guitarist, Sandy Stanage.  Pauline regularly plays at festivals and clubs around the UK, bringing with her a blend of original and interpreted song from a range of genres that include contemporary, folk and blues.

 

 

Saturday 2nd December    8pm

THE WENDY WEATHERBY BAND

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16)     Unlicensed - BYOB

Wendy, a graduate from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, is a hugely talented cello player, singer, actor, teacher, musical director and composer for theatre and film.  Wendy’s wide musical interests have led her to sing and play at folk and jazz events worldwide.  The other three band members are superb musicians in their own right, Fiona Cuthill on fiddle,  Sandy Brechin on accordion and Stevie Lawrence on multi-instruments and vocals.