07 Apr SCOTTISH TRADITIONAL MUSICIANS TO PLAY AT GLENTURRET
Some of Scotland’s finest traditional musicians will bring their music to a more intimate atmosphere at special gig to be held at The Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery in Crieff on Saturday 1st April.
The all-star line-up includes Capercaillie fiddler and founder member of Session A9, Charlie Mckerron, who will play to fans at Scotland’s oldest working distillery, alongside his creative collaborators Marc Clement of Session A9, former BBC Radio 2 Musician of the Year Tim Edey and Ross Ainslie of Treacherous Orchestra
Stuart Cassells, founding member of the Red Hot Chilli Pipers and General Manager of The Famous Grouse Experience comments on bringing music to the traditional distillery:
“We’re really looking forward to welcoming some of Scotland’s best traditional musicians to The Famous Grouse Experience for what will be a fantastic evening of live entertainment. Music has always been something I’m passionate about, so I’m delighted to be able to bring it together with my other passion – whisky! We’re proud to continue to make our whisky in the traditional way, so there’s no better way to celebrate than by welcoming Charlie and his very talented friends along to play some traditional Scottish music.”
Charlie Mckerron and Friends takes place at The Famous Grouse Experience on Saturday 1st April from 8pm. Tickets available from www.eventbrite.co.uk and cost £12.50 plus booking fee. Tickets available on door only if space is available, please contact The Famous Grouse Experience to confirm prior to travelling.