Album Launch from two of the Highlands’ busiest musicians.
Dougie Burns writes for the P&J, hosts a successful Inverness Acoustic Music night and leads his band The Cadillacs. Now “Martha” a solo album of heartfelt songs about relationships good and bad, insecurity, family, love and hats.
“Good rock’n’roll music is what Dougie loves best and for more years than he’ll probably care to admit, he’s been a familiar face on the Highland music scene playing the sort of rock music that makes people want to get up and dance – check out the Belladrum video clip and you’ll see even thick mud and pouring rain doesn’t dishearten fans from bopping along to their music.” Press & Journal
“The last song the band played 'California Cadillac' was stuck in my head for most of the weekend, and even driving home down the A9 I caught myself singing it.” Marc Sinet, Discovery Music
Davy Cowan , Troubadour and songwriter with a rare mix of Punk ethos , storytelling and Scottish melody. Davy is releasing his new album” Life’s Just Fine” and along with Dougie will be touring to promote it out and about this Summer.
Davy Cowan is a home-grown Troubadour in the true sense of the word. His music is original, inventive and thought-provoking.. Davy was a founder member of the critically acclaimed Highland Celtic Rock band "Coinneach"
“Davy Cowan is a prominent singer/songwriter from the Highlands of Scotland, a home-grown Troubadour in the true sense of the word. His music is original, inventive and thought-provoking” (The Scots Magazine)
“sometimes quite mellow & reflective, sometimes edgy & rugged...'like the tough and vulnerable gravitas of Johnny Cash with the pleasing feel of Tom Russell” (R2 Magazine Rock 'n' Reel)