Sat, 30 Oct|
Live Lounge @ Kings Theatre Kirkcaldy
Paper Sparrows + support
Edinburgh’s Paper Sparrows began as a collaboration between singer-songwriter David Hershaw and multi-instrumentalist Ross Fairbairn, who developed a distinctive twin acoustic guitar style - and were completed by long term friend and collaborator Colin Morris on double-bass.
Time & Location
30 Oct 2021, 19:00
Live Lounge @ Kings Theatre Kirkcaldy , 9 Esplanade, Kirkcaldy KY1 1HR, UK
About the Event
The Paper Sparrows host the popular acoustic music club "Folksville" and have worked with musicians such as Kris Drever, Rod Clements from Lindisfarne and Katherine Priddy.
They will be supported by on the night by David Latto and Amy Hill
DAVID LATTO - David Latto is an artist singer-songwriter from the east coast of Scotland. His music exists in the confluence of folk, indie and americana. David is deeply inspired by place and his often-poetic lyrics explore the internal and external landscapes of life. His music has been widely played across the BBC radio networks, with Ralph McLean (BBC Radio Ulster) describing him as “A brilliant songwriter”. Recently, David was selected as Fife’s Artist in Residence where he was commissioned to write songs based on lockdown conversations held with elderly members of the community in his native Kirkcaldy.
AMY HILL – Amy Hill is a folk musician from the Scottish borders and her songs reflect the landscapes in which she has grown up. In 2017 she released her debut EP, ‘Getting Ready for a Swim’, alongside friend and fiddle-player Cameron Newell. The tracks on the album are rooted in the nature and sounds of the East Neuk.
Doors 7pm/Show 8pm (Over 14's - 14 - 17 accompanied by an adult)
General Unreserved Seating
Seated£11.00+£0.28 service fee