and contemporary folk song from Scotland and beyond.
Songs to get your
toes tapping - Tarneybackle.
Our gigs calendar for 2018 is filling up. We are excited to be performing
at several folk clubs next year. In addition, Lorna is getting our highland tours organised. We have spaced them
out for next year, so we shall be on tour in April, July and October.
are busy working on new material which we shall feature at all of our gigs.
Our August tour was a great success with packed audiences at Pine Marten, Glenmore, The Applecross Inn, Portree
Hotel and Tarskavaig Community Hall.
We had a great night
at The Wee Folk Club in Edinburgh as a warm up for Mugstock.
What a fabulous, family friendly festival. We were probably the folkiest act there and what a wonderful range of music
was performed. Keep an eye out for this festival in 2018 and get your tickets.
Our June tour to Poolewe, Applecross, Portree and Torridon was a great success where we played
to big audiences for each of the four gigs. We had terrific support at Poolewe Village Hall. Our thanks go to
friends and fans who helped in many ways.
Following the tour we had a lively night at Stirling Folk Club.
The July tour was very busy. We were delighted to perform our first gig at The Pine Marten Bar, Glenmore followed
by Howard Doris, The Applecross Inn and Portree Hotel. Lively nights and great to meet friends old and new.
"Singing Land" is Tarneybackle's
sixth album. You can buy it at our gigs, by post from us or download it from I Tunes and Amazon. You can also
listen to it on Spotify. See "Buy CDs and Read Reviews" for Living Tradition's review of this album.
"The Diamond" is now available for download from
I Tunes and Amazon. You can also listen to it on Spotify.
We know how much you like to sing at
our concerts. We are now poviding chorus books. Hope you like them.
For future gigs see
our Gig listings page for information. Why not plan to come and hear us in some of the lovely locations we are
THANKS TO Sarah Mackie
(YES/ SNP concert), Alasdair Macleod (Applecross) and Rita Marshall for photography.