McGinn meets Seeger and MacColl

21 01 2013

An evening with The Cameron Brothers and Andy Hamilton

Eastwood Theatre : Saturday 16th Feb 2013 / 7.30 pm

£13.00/ £11.00 / £9.00

Book Online http://www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk/boxoffice

Box Office 0141 577 4956
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Johnny and Duncan Cameron are well known in the Scottish music scene.
Having enjoyed a long performing career, the boys continue to run Riverside Studios in nearby Busby, a breeding ground for much of the musical talent to emerge from around these parts

On Saturday 16th Feb they are joined by the very talented singer/ songwriter Andy Hamilton and fellow musicians Ian Rennie, Gus Simpson and Raymond McGuire to make a welcome return to the festival circuit after successfully touring their highly acclaimed Matt McGinn Magic Song Book Show.

Seeger first met McGinn on a visit to Glasgow after MacColl, who was married to Pete’s sister Peggy, played him a tape of Matt’s Songs. On his departure Seeger just wanted to keep Matt McGinn singing. Johnny had the honour of sharing the stage with Pete to do just that when they performed some of Matt’s work at Symphony Space Theatre in New York.

With great songs and tunes, we celebrate the music of Matt McGinn, Pete Seeger and Ewan MacColl, three artists whose social commentary in song and lyric changed the face of contemporary folk music from the 60’s onwards.

We’d like to keep them singing ……. and you as well !

This is definitely a night not to be missed.

Pete Seeger

Matt McGinn

Ewan MacColl

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