17 September 2009

Don't have a Skuobhie Dubh

Details of the Fence Collective's Christmas party are starting to emerge, taking place on Friday the 18th of December at the Tolbooth in Stirling. The event features none other than

Skuobhie Dubh Orchestra
King Creosote
+ more still t.b.a.

Tickets are a very reasonable £14, which you can get from here
Here's the copy n paste part (i.e. the sensible part)

"Following on from last year’s fantastic event with Davy Scott we thought we must ask another guest artist to curate their very own take on the festive season.
So the exciting prospect of having King Creosote bring together some of his friends to share their take on the festive period is a Christmas must do pop occasion.
During the early nineties the skuobhie dubh orchestra was one of Scotland’s top alt. folk bands, blending bluegrass and skiffle beats with homespun yarns about Fife-wide fame and fortune.
The sdo disbanded sometime around 1996, but the various members have long since played a part in Fife’s fence collective, with acts such as king creosote, pip dylan and the pictish trail. the sdo were dragged out of early retirement last year to play at the big tent festival in Falkland, and will continue this revelatory return to form with a festive appearance at the Tolbooth alongside a few well worn but friendly fence collective faces."

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