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The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016

The Queen’s Hall presents Edinburgh Festival FRINGE | Programme + a series of shows as part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival and morning classical concerts for Edinburgh International Festival

Iconic Edinburgh venue The Queen’s Hall presents an incredible programme of live music spanning Folk, Trad, Jazz, Classical, Rock and Indie as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year.

The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme 2016

The amazing line up features; ‘An Evening of Ryan Adams’ with Easy Tigers [9 Aug], [featuring members of Broken Records, Stanley Odd, Dean Owens +more], King Creosote [25 Aug], Treacherous Orchestra [18 Aug], Roddy Hart & The Lonesome Fire + Honeyblood [16 Aug], The Red Hot Chilli Pipers [10 + 26 Aug], RURA [13 Aug], The Chair + Dosca [5 Aug], Eric Bogle [19 & 20 Aug], Capercaillie [27 Aug], Niteworks + Inyal [28 Aug], Blazin’ Fiddles [17 Aug], Dean Owens [24 Aug], The Barra MacNeils [21 Aug], The Peatbog Faeries [11 Aug], The Paul Simon Treatment [23 Aug] featuring members of Admiral Fallow, Fat Suit, Wolfstone, Das Contras, Donna Maciocia +more, and The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra led by Tommy Smith plays Brubeck [14 Aug].

Click HERE for Photos of artists performing at The Queen’s Hall during the FRINGE:
The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh Fringe, Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh Fringe, The Barra MacNeils The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh Fringe, Niteworks The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh Fringe, Easy Tigers, An Evening of Ryan Adams

For more information visit http://thequeenshall.net

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Josephine Sillars, Scotland On Sunday, 6 December 2015

Published in Scotland On Sunday, Spectrum Magazine: Sunday 6 December 2015 | Words by Derick Mackinnon and Olaf Furniss Read on Scotsman.com

Olaf Furniss and Derick Mackinnon, Scotland On Sunday, Spectrum Magazine, 6 December 2015, Josephine Sillars

Originally from Inverness, Josephine Sillars is a talented young singer-songwriter currently living in Glasgow.

Over the past few years, she has toured throughout Scotland, Europe and internationally in addition to appearing at local festivals like Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival and XpoNorth. This year she launched her debut EP Ripped From The Wire Spine with a string of sold out performances at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Playing piano and singing, Sillars is a genuine talent who breathes new life into the singer-songwriter genre with her quirky and off-kilter phrasing [reminiscent of Regina Spektor].

New single Vincent is self released digitally on 14 December but receives it’s first national radio spin courtesy of Roddy Hart on his BBC Radio Scotland show tomorrow night [7 December]. See Josephine live supporting Rachelle Rhienne at King Tuts on 17 December. Listen to her single at http://amazingtunes.com/josephinehere and see www.facebook.com/josephinesillarsmusic for more info

Olaf Furniss and Derick Mackinnon run the music industry seminar and social evenings Born To Be Wide visit www.borntobewide.co.uk

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