Robin Adams & Calum Gilligan Double Header
Thursday 9 November, 7.15pm
Prepare for a beautiful evening of some of the best folk songwriting around as Scottish folk troubadours Robin Adams and Calum Gilligan join forces for a special Double Header show.
Hailing from a rich Scottish musical heritage, singer-songwriter and guitarist Robin Adams, carries the torch passed on by his parents, Chris and Pauline Adams, the driving forces behind 1970s folk rock ensemble String Driven Thing. Since 2009, Adams has released seven full-length albums, ranging from his evocative debut Down to Reverie to his 2021 foray into American Country and Blues, Wrong Road Home. In 2021, Adams received the Celtic Music Radio Album of the Year award for his album One Day.
“Robin Adams is the best kind of songwriter. He draws you in to his music and once you’re in, you’ll never want to leave.” – Ricky Ross, BBC Radio Scotland
Calum Gilligan is a Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist, now based in the beating heart of British music, Liverpool. Influenced by the likes of Paul Brady, Joan Baez and Woody Guthrie, he plays a subtle blend of Scottish, Irish and American folk music with captivating imagery and the lyrical maturity of a much more experienced songwriter. His guitar playing provides enough intricate melodic accompaniment to his singing that he can easily command a stage and captivate an audience on his own.
‘A gifted musician, playing the guitar beautifully…’ - Liverpool Echo.
Support from Kate O'Dempsey.
All tickets £11 from the link below:
Doors open 6.30pm.
Please note, our museum galleries are closed during events.