Start To End

Start To End is a group of Glasgow musicians who interpret their favourite albums, in full, in a live setting. So far they've tackled records by David Bowie, Neutral Milk Hotel, Radiohead and Daft Punk.  Here's a recent interview they did for the The Skinny.

The latest in the series is Feist's wonderful 2007 album, The Reminder, to which I'll be lending some flute, keys and backing vocals this Wednesday 15th March at The Hug and Pint. 

There are a few tickets left here. Don't delay!


I'm very excited to be part of a special performance at the Barbican Centre on 12th February, where I'll be playing alongside the amazing Field Music, Warm Digits, The Cornshed Sisters and a string quartet. We're performing the live score to a screening of Asunder, a film by Esther Johnson and Bob Stanley, which explores the effects of World War One on Sunderland and surrounding areas. More information here.

November adventures

I've a few gigs over the next couple of weeks with different bands, plus a solo appearance at The Islay Sessions, too. Looking forward to getting out and about.

With Rachel Newton:
9th - The Hug and Pint, Glasgow

With Wildings
11th - Caol Community Centre, Fort William
12th - Old Inn, Carbost, Isle of Skye
15th - The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
19th - Scots Fiddle Festival, Edinburgh

20th - Port Charlotte Hotel, Islay

With Alistair Anderson & Northlands
23rd - Percy Park RFC, North Shields
24th - Community Centre, Stocksfield
25th - Alnwick Playhouse