North Atlantic Project
Formed around a fireplace in Glasgow, this unusual combination of harp, dobro and bass combine elements of Scottish traditional music and American bluegrass and oldtime music. Alaskan Cheyenne Brown on harp brings out the Scottish flavours and Scottish Dave Currie on dobro, guitar and vocals showcases the American seasoning. But things get really exciting when the traditionally-Celtic harp stomps out a bluegrass standard with a choppy bassline, or the American-invented dobro slides through a beautiful Scottish air. The rhythmic and lyrical fretless bass of Graham Muir underpins the transitions between Americana and Scotland. The combination is truly a unique cross-genre bricolage of instruments, culture and soundscapes.
Beth Malcolm is a singer-songwriter and keyboard player from Perth. Beth’s music is folk-inspired, and she sings a mix of traditional, modern and self-penned Scots songs. Beth was named The Scotsman's folk 'One To Watch 2022'. Beth’s voice is featured on Trad-electronica sensation Niteworks' new album. In 2021, she was nominated for the BBC MG ALBA Scots Singer of the Year.
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