Fri, 10 Nov|
The Blue Lamp
Award winning Scottish Singer-Songwriter Colin Clyne returns to The Blue Lamp for a special hometown evening of song and story.
Time & Location
10 Nov, 19:30
The Blue Lamp, 121 Gallowgate, Aberdeen AB25 1BU, UK
About the event
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Clyne's musical style is a mix of Americana and Alternative Folk spiced with Country and Blues influences. Colin's distinctive vocal tones, storytelling and songs have won him fans and song writing awards in far flung places around the globe.
Back in the UK after 10 years in America (where he left a 2-time winner of ‘The Best Acoustic Act’ at the prestigious San Diego Music Awards) Clyne continues to have international radio play highlighted by BBC Radio 2 airplay with the legendary presenter “Whispering” Bob Harris.
STV hailed Colin as a '...rising star of Scotland...' with 'The Scottish Sun' newspaper describing The Never Ending Pageant as '...a glorious selection of country rock numbers...'akin to Ryan Adams or Bruce Springsteen.
Clyne will play a mixture of songs from his critically acclaimed albums (Doricana & The Never Ending Pageant), his most recent singles (including 2020 Blues & Roots song of the year - 'Where The Ships Go To Die'), new songs from his upcoming album, songs from his new band The Broken Creels (including iTunes UK No.1 'Friend or Foe') and a mix of choice songs from some classic artists!
In his one and only hometown gig of the year, this is an evening not to be missed.