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Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Gallows Rant, January 2013

By |January 16th, 2013|

The 2013 Tribute concert will take place again at Celtic Connections at St Andrews in the Square on Burns Night, the 25th of January.

The concert will celebrate Red Clydeside, the totemic time of ascendant socialist struggle nearly a century ago, including workers' leader John MacLean's twice-foiled imprisonment and the largest ever deployment of British troops on British soil, after 100,000 protestors raised the red flag in George Square, lives through Alistair’s CD Red Clydeside.

Third Alistair Hulett Memorial Concert. 25th January 2013.

By |January 9th, 2013|

The Third Alistair Hulett Memorial Concert, scheduled as part of Celtic Connections, will take place on Friday 25th January starting at 19:30; the venue is, as for our previous two outstandingly successful memorial concerts, St. Andrew’s in the Square. Performers this year include – to quote the Celtic Connections’ website – the “incisive, articulate and exquisitely expressive singer-songwriter” Karine Polwart, who’s album Traces was judged to be the Sunday Herald’s Album of the Year for 2012. Also performimg are […]