20 Jan - 6 Feb 2022
Indie

Mull Historical Society Performs ‘Loss’ and Yvonne Lyon

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Date
22nd Jan 2022
Time
7.30pm
Where
Saint Luke's
Price
£17.60* includes booking fee
Age restrictions
Over 14s only. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult over 18.
Seating Type
Standing
Celtic Connections 2022
Twenty years on from the stunning success of Mull Historical Society’s full-length debut Loss – “a beacon of originality in a tiresome sea of dross” (Time Out) – its author Colin MacIntyre reprises the album in full, together with other back-catalogue faves. While Loss’s musical hallmarks - irresistibly warm-hearted guitar pop, replete with reflective lyrics and uplifting melodies – have remained MacIntyre signatures, they’re now resonantly informed by two decades’ accrued experience, musical and otherwise. Ahead of a new MHS album in 2022, he’s backed here by Sorren MacIean, Hannah Fisher and Seonaid Aitken, plus more special guests to be announced.

Fellow Scottish singer-songwriter Yvonne Lyon’s reputation can readily be judged from the company she keeps: her latest album, 2020’s Growing Wild, features co-writes and studio collaborations with Beth Nielsen Chapman, Eddi Reader and Boo Hewerdine, among others. A finely crafted blend of Celtic and Americana influences, her songs match eloquently poignant lyricism with intensely expressive vocals.

Venue details

Saint Luke's
17 Bain Street
Glasgow
G40 2JZ
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