James Yorkston: Tae Sup wi’ a Fifer, with Rachel Sermanni, Martin Carr, Emma Pollock

Tae Sup wi’ a Fifer, the eclectic live music showcase curated by Fife-based singer-songwriter James Yorkston, is delighted to announce it’s Dunfermline première.
 
Tae Sup wi’ a Fifer began in 2015, when James was invited to curate some live music and spoken word nights for the Adam Smith Theatre. Pretty soon the evening developed a reputation for its quality, diverse line-ups and laidback, welcoming nature. There have been sets from The Vaselines, Phillip Selway, Scott Hutchison, Alexis Taylor, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Steve Mason, Dick Gaughan, Karine Polwart, Richard Dawson, Malcolm Middleton, King Creosote, Roddy Woomble, Yorkston Thorne Khan and many more.
 
“With Tae Sup wi’ a Fifer, I just try and mix things up, keeping the line-ups interesting, not one particular genre or theme to a night… A lot of the people I ask to play are friends who I’ve known for years, or just people I’ve met on the road whose music has taken to me. It’s a’ braw though, and when programming Tae Sup, I just think Who would I like to see? and work from there…” – James YorkstonFeaturing 

The show for the Outwith Festival will feature

Rachel Sermanni: Scottish Folk-Noir Balladeer, writer, musician and artist from Carrbridge in Strathspey. ‘Minimal, Murky, Magnificent’ – MOJO. ‘Unnervingly pretty and graceful’ – NME. ‘Stately, Poetic, Rooted in the Traditional’ – CLASH. ‘A beautiful record, so full of intricacies that it continues to reward with every listen, allows you to lose yourself in it’s stories’ – The Line of Best Fit

Martin Carr: Martin Carr was born in Thurso, Scotland. His family set up camp in Merseyside, where he formed The Boo Radleys in 1987. After their demise in 1998, Carr made a number of albums under the name of bravecaptain. He now records under his own name, the latest album being ‘New Shapes Of Life’.

Emma Pollock: A founding member of critically acclaimed Scottish band The Delgados, which split in 2005 after releasing 5 studio albums, Emma Pollock has been a solo artist ever since, releasing a further 3 studio albums in her own name, the latest of which, ‘In Search of Harperfield’ was shortlisted for the 2016 SAY Award

 

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