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Celtic Connections

Stephen Duffy presents a special live show from the CCA in Glasgow, featuring Band of Friends with Dan Ar Braz, California Feetwarmers, Andy Fairweather Low and Trio AAB.

A jazz and blues special live from the CCA in Glasgow presented by Stephen Duffy. Band of Friends with Ted McKenna on drums and Gerry McAvoy on bass, Dutch guitarist and singer Marcel Scherpenzeel - and, on this occasion, Brittany's Dan Ar Braz bring explosive new life to the Celtic blues of the late Rory Gallagher, while the Grammy nominated California Feetwarmers fly the flag for trad jazz. On top of that is guitarist and songwriter Andy Fairweather Low with his bluesy band the Low Riders, plus Scottish jazzers Trio AAB.

1 hour, 55 minutes

Last on

Wed 21 Jan 2015 20:05

Music Played

  • California Feetwarmers

    Aunt Hagars Children's Blues

  • California Feetwarmers

    San

  • California Feetwarmers

    Bill Bailey

  • California Feetwarmers

    So Tired

  • California Feetwarmers

    Startust

  • California Feetwarmers

    Oozlin'

  • Trio AAB

    Flower Child

  • Trio AAB

    Prime

  • Trio AAB

    The Flight of the Terrible Dackle

  • Andy Fairweather-Low & The Low Riders

    Reggae Tune

  • Andy Fairweather-Low & The Low Riders

    My Baby Left Me

  • Andy Fairweather-Low & The Low Riders

    Champagne Melody

  • Andy Fairweather-Low & The Low Riders

    When I Lay My Burden Down/Circle

  • Andy Fairweather-Low & The Low Riders

    Wide-Eyed and Legless

  • Andy Fairweather-Low & The Low Riders

    (If Paradise) Is Half As Nice

  • Band of Friends

    Last of the Independents

  • Band of Friends, Dan Ar Braz

    Leap of Faith

  • Band of Friends, Dan Ar Braz

    Le Force Du Mil

  • Band of Friends

    Last Sense of Freedom

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