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Deacon Blue + Capercaillie + RURA + James Grant + Siobhan Miller + Admiral Fallow + Duncan Chisholm & Ross Ainslie + Jim MacKintosh + Julie McNeill

Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

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Featuring Deacon Blue – Capercaillie – Rura – James Grant – Siobhan Miller – Admiral Fallow – Duncan Chisholm & Ross Ainslie – Kitti – Jim MacKintosh –Julie McNeill & More TBA.

All net proceeds go to MAP (Medical Aid for Palestinians)

In a powerful statement of solidarity and humanitarian support, a Glasgow Gig for Gaza will take place in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Wednesday 1 May 2024. With an unparalleled line-up of musical luminaries, this concert promises to be an unforgettable night of music, compassion, and unity.

Renowned for their soulful melodies and thought-provoking lyrics, Deacon Blue have been recognised as an iconic band in the Scottish music scene since the 1980s, captivating audiences worldwide with hits like ‘Dignity’ and ‘Real Gone Kid’, along with essential current releases. Scottish folk royalty Capercaillie are world-renowned for their fusion of traditional Scottish music with a contemporary sound and promise to enchant the audience with their captivating melodies, Gaelic-inspired tunes, and infectious rhythms.

James Grant, acclaimed singer-songwriter, former frontman of Love and Money and consummate storyteller, will bring his soulful voice and poignant storytelling to the stage while Siobhan Miller, a leading light in the contemporary Scottish folk scene, will showcase her haunting vocals and emotive song writing.

Rura are a multi award-winning act and one of Scotland’s most sought-after folk bands. With three heralded albums, they affirmed their position as one of Scotland’s leading instrumental groups with their recent sold-out Barrowlands show.

Admiral Fallow, one of Scotland’s most cherished acts, will showcase their eclectic blend of indie folk, chamber pop and cinematic soundscapes, while Duncan Chisholm, master of the Scottish fiddle, will showcase his virtuosity alongside revered piper Ross Ainslie weaving intricate melodies that echo the spirit of the Highlands.

Kitti, winner of best vocalist in the Scottish Jazz Awards in multiple years is an emerging talent with a voice that defies her years, while award winning Scottish poets Jim Mackintosh and Julie MacNeill will read poetry from their own repertoire, along with new work from poets still currently in Gaza. The defining factor that brings these great artists is that of compassion and support for those innocent families who find themselves caught in a Gaza conflict that has left them homeless and starving. All profits from the concert will go to the British charity ‘Medical Aid for Palestinians’, a recognised organisation formed 37 years ago to provide medical services in the West Bank, Gaza and to advocate for Palestinians; rights to health and dignity.

Line Up

James Grant
Siobhan Miller
Duncan Chisholm & Ross Ainslie
Jim MacKintosh
Julie McNeill

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