Survivors Night Concert 2017
Victoria Hall, Campbeltown Tickets – £22 Doors 7.30pm
KINTYRE SCHOOLS PIPE BAND
WEE TOON TELLERS
Closing out the Festival this year are Campbeltown’s own, Twisted Melons. With a repertoire that would make most festival headliners blush, the three Johnson brothers are set to thrill the Survivors crowd this year with a set list covering decades. Prepare to top of the 25th Anniversary on your feet.
GILCHRISTIANS: The Gilchristians were formed in 2008 after the tragic death of their namesake, Kenneth Gilchrist. The band keep the songs of Kenny alive with each performance either bringing out versions of songs that haven’t been heard for years or latter day classics that simply demand an audience. Since forming the band have played every at the MOK Fest performing at Survivors Nights and in 2012 supporting the Saw Doctors at the main Festival concert. The band can also be heard every year at The Kintyre Songwriters Festival which is held at the end of May.
DEEP JOY: Deep Joy are a 5 piece band specialising in soul, funk and disco from the 60′s to the present. Fine gospel tinged vocals, serious bass lines and a tight rhythm section are guaranteed to move you from the ground up and the neck down, meeting somewhere in the middle. With a geographical spread covering Perth, Campbeltown and Lunga (known as the Bemusing Triangle) Deep Joy are available for any event that requires some groove
Il BRASSO: is a Campbeltown-based brass rock ensemble created by members of Campbeltown Brass. It is a group of 8 musicians who put a fresh face on well-known music, bringing an exciting blend of brass, rock and pop music to audiences in Campbeltown and across the country.
SESSION A83: Some of the best local and national traditional musicians help start the concert in rousing style. Look out this year for Ross & Jamie Kennedy, Lorne MacDougall, Struan Thorpe, Gillian Frame, Frank Rochford, Scooter Muse and more