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Saturday 13th May 2017, 8pm (bar from 7.30pm)

Tickets: £10 Adult, £5 child ( Family ticket £25)

Listen to ‘The MaSìm’, just one of their new tracks written by Jamie MacDonald:

“Full of energy and bold ideas but firmly grounded in the Scottish / Gaelic tradition, Eabhal are one of Scotland’s brightest up and coming bands that continue to evolve our music.” – Angus Lyon, Blazin’ Fiddles & Halton Quartet

Eabhal (Pron. Aval) are four young musicians who met and began making music together on the Outer-Hebrides’ Isle of Uist. Playing folk and traditional music from Scotland, Ireland, Asturias and further afield alongside self-penned tunes and Gaelic songs, they produce a melting pot of sound representative of their very different backgrounds. Since the release of their self-titled E.P the band have toured throughout Scotland and England and taken their music over to Europe.

Megan MacDonald – Accordion

Jamie MacDonald (native of Tiree) – Fiddle and Gaidhlig Song

Nicky Kirk – Guitar

Hamish Hepburn – Bagpipes, Flute and Whistles

“Full of energy and bold ideas but firmly grounded in the Scottish / Gaelic tradition, Eabhal are one of Scotland’s brightest up and coming bands that continue to evolve our music.” – Angus Lyon, Blazin’ Fiddles & Halton Quartet

A fantastic array of music, driving and catchy performed with a confidence and style beyond their years

– Mick West, Scots Singer of the Year, Na Trads

“A brilliant sparky young band with their feet firmly rooted in their

Highland and Island traditions”

Ann Martin, Gaelic Singer

Previous performances include – Mulligan’s Bar Amsterdam, Solfest, Celtic Connections and performances alongside Breabach and The Outside Track.