Sunday, 28 February 2010

The Cat on "Where The Action Is" Kirkcaldy VRN 1287AM - Sunday 28 February 2010

I've dragged myself off my sick bed to bring you these delights:

The Outsiders - Time Won't Let Me (Capitol 1965)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)
Brenda Lee - Dum Dum (Decca 1961)
Stamford Bridge - Happiness and Rainy Days (Penny Farthing 1970)
The Turtles - Wanderin' Kind (Immediate 1966)
The Young Rascals - Good Lovin' (Atlantic 1966)
Del Shannon - Led Along (Liberty 1967)
Bobby Angelle - Too Much for You (Money 1967)
Little Eva - Keep Your Hands Off Of My Baby (Dimension 1962) (Connect 3)
Baby Washington - Careless Hands (Sue 1962) (Connect 3)
Bobby "Blue" Bland - These Hands (Small But Mighty) (Duke 1965) (Connect 3)
Nicky Scott - Big City (Immediate 1967)
The Hipster Image - Can't Let Her Go (Decca 1965)
Barbara Acklin - Love Makes A Woman (Brunswick 1968) (Birthday: 28/2/44)
Annette Funicello & The Afterbeats - Tall Paul (Disneyland 1958)
First Class - Coney Island (UK 1972)
Alma Cogan - O Dio Mio (HMV 1960) (Foreign Language)
Robert Parker - Let's Go Baby (Where the Action Is) (Nola 1965)
The Original Checkmates - Hot Toddy (Pye 1962) (Half-Time Instrumental)
Emmit Rhodes - Mary Will You Take My Hand (Dakar 1970)
Brian Wilson - South American (Giant 1998) (A to Z of The Beach Boys - S)
The Beach Boys - Shut Down (Capitol 1963) (A to Z of The Beach Boys - S)
PP Arnold - Life Is Nothing (Immediate 1967)
Benny Parker & The Dynamos - Boys and Girls (Decca 1964)
The Jam - Boy About Town (Polydor 1980) (Under The Influence)
Eddie Holman - Eddie's My Name (Parkway 1965)
Betty Johnson - Little White Lies (Bally 1957)
The Fairies - Anytime At All (Decca 1964)
Vicky Gomez - Boys Are Dime A Dozen (ABC Paramount 1965) (Connect 3)
Betty Bibbs - Pounds of Soul (Kent 1968) (Connect 3)
Kincade - Dreams Are Ten a Penny (1972 Label Unknown) (Connect 3)
Twice As Much - Sittin' On a Fence (Immediate 1966)
Gene Chandler - Mr Big Shot (Constellation 1966)
Billie Davis - Make The Feeling Go Away (Decca 1969) (Two of a Kind)
Billie Davis - Ev'ry Day (Piccadilly 1966) (Two of a Kind)
Albert Washington - Hold Me Baby (Ace? 1969)
Marc Bolan - Third Degree (Decca 1966)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)

Until next week, it's good day and good health.

Saturday, 27 February 2010

Mike Heron and Georgia Seddon

Mike Heron and Georgia Seddon

Thursday 25th March. 8:00pm (doors open 7:00pm).

Long Gallery, Abbot House, Dunfermline

Tickets: £14. Available from Abbot House 733266 and Third Base Records 722554.

The founder member of the Incredible String Band, Mike Heron, will be coming to Dunfermline on Thursday 25th March to perform a concert in the Long Gallery in Abbot House. Formed in 1965, the ISB soon broke from the folk club beginnings they shared with Bert Jansch and Billy Connolly to pioneer an eclectic, ‘world music’ approach. This led to them being propelled into the Top 5 of the British charts behind the Beatles, Cream and the Rolling Stones. In total, they produced over 14 seminal albums and appeared at the famous Woodstock Festival in 1969.

Mike's solo album 'Smiling Men With Bad Reputations' - produced by Joe Boyd, originally released in 1971 and then reissued in 2003 - featured a once-in-a-lifetime stellar cast from the aristocracy of folk-pop-rock musicians, including Pete Townshend, Richard Thompson, Elton John, Jimmy Page, Steve Winwood, Keith Moon, Dave Pegg and Ronnie Lane.

Cited as “an inspiration and a sign” by Robert Plant, admired by artists as diverse as KLF and Paul McCartney, the ISB have always exerted an influence of legendary proportions that continues to this day.

Since the break-up of the ISB in 1974, Mike has continued to write songs in epic quantities (many re-released recently on the Glen Row Tapes CD) and has fronted a variety of bands, most recently his Incredible Acoustic Band. In the late 1990s he and Robin Williamson reformed the Incredible String Band for several years.

Mike's solo album 'Where the Mystics Swim' revealed a songwriter forever pushing the boundaries, but retaining his originality, creativity and musical integrity. In 2006 he was commissioned to write music for John Burnside's poem 'Song for Irena' as part of a poetry/music project entitled Ballads of the Book at Glasgow’s Celtic Connections. More recently he was invited to play at Sid Barrett's tribute in London; a testament to the groundbreaking role Mike has played in the British music scene over four decades.

Mike performs in a duo with his daughter Georgia (keyboards, percussion and vocals), whose own songwriting and performance has been described in a recent Scotsman review as “arrestingly artless" and "the nu-folk answer to Martha Wainwright". They have also performed at the Crossing Borders festival at The Hague, Holland, and an all-star Folk Britannia event at the Barbican. Their unique performances are a potent mix of new songs and much-requested ISB favourites.

Tickets priced £14 are on sale in Abbot House on 733266 and at Third Base Records on 722554.

Sunday, 21 February 2010

The Cat on "Where the Action Is" Kirkcaldy VRN 1287AM - Sunday 21 February 2010

After the slush and mush of last week's Valentine's Day special, it's back to basics with the usual fun-filled festival of pop 'n' stuff. This week's humble offerings:

Herman's Hermits - No Milk Today (Columbia 1966)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)
The Supremes - The Happening (Motown 1967)
The Marvelettes - Please Mr Postman (Tamla 1961)
Madeline Bell - I'm Gonna Make You Love Me (Phillips 1967)
A Band of Angels - Cheat and Lie (Piccadilly 1966)
The Shangri-la's - Bull Dog (Red Bird 1965)
The Spencer Davis Group - I Can't Stand It (Fontana 1964)
Billie Davis - School Is Over (Columbia 1964) (Connect 3)
The Charmettes - School Letter (mono) (Federal 1959) (Connect 3)
The Langley Schools Music Project - Help Me Rhonda (Bar-None 2001) (Connect 3)
Arthur Alexander - Where Have You Been (London 1962)
Connie Francis - Where The Boys Are (MGM 1960)
Nina Simone - See Line Woman (Phillips 1964) (Birthday: 21/2/33)
Strawberry Alarm Clock - Incense and Peppermint (UNI 1967) RIP Lee Freeman
Wayne Fontana - Something Keeps Calling Me Back (Fontana 1966)
Pat Simon - Small Town (Vogue 1967) (Foreign Language)
Val McKenna - I Can't Believe What You Say (Piccadilly 1965)
The Rustlers - A Matter of Who (Pye 1961) (Half-Time Instrumental)
Gene Chandler - I Fooled You This Time (Checker 1966)
The Beach Boys - Help Me Rhonda (alternative single mix) (Capitol 1965) (A to Z of The Beach Boys - R)
The Beach Boys - Break Away (Capitol 1969) (A to Z of The Beach Boys - R)
The Action - Come On, Come With Me (Parlophone Year Unknown) RIP Mike Evans
Sharon Tandy - One Way Street (Unreleased/Stax Year Unknown)
The Loving Kind - Ain't That Peculiar (Pye 1966)
The Knack - Good Girls Don't (Capitol 1979) (Under The Influence) RIP Doug Fieger
Everpresent Fullness - Suzi Q (White Whale 1970) RIP Dale Hawkins
The Hit Pack - Never Say No To My Baby (Tamla 1965)
Kim Weston - Just Loving You (Tamla 1963)
Young Blood - Green Light (Pye 1968) (Connect 3)
The Knickerbockers - Sweet Green Fields (Challenge 1967) (Connect 3)
Petula Clark - The Other Man's Grass Is Always Greener (Pye 1967) (Connect 3)
The Shondells - Special Delivery (King 1963)
Todd Rundgren - Couldn't I Just Tell You (Bearsville 1972)
The Kinks - Australia (Pye 1969) (Two of a Kind)
The Kinks - This Man He Weeps Tonight (Pye 1969) (Two of a Kind)
Marvin Gaye - One More Heartache (Tamla 1966)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)

Until next week, it's good day and good health.

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Hinterland Festival - Initial Line Up Announced

Hinterland, designed to give an eclectic mix of international & homegrown talent from across the arts a Glasgow City Centre festival to showcase from.

Artists performing include: Mystery Jets,British Sea Power, Jeffrey Lewis, Hot Club de Paris, Friendly Fires (DJ) and Joe Goddard Hot Chip (DJ Set). The action centres in city centre venues, which include: The Arches, Sub Club, Macsorleys Music Bar, The Admiral and Pivo Pivo & Rockers and more TBA.

After the success of last year's inaugural festival, Hinterland will be back in Glasgow on 3 April 2010. For one day only Glasgow will play host to some of the finest up and coming Scottish bands and musicians whilst welcoming our many friends from the UK and International scenes.

Hinterland will showcase a line up of eclectic acts from many musical genres including indie, electro, rock, house and hip-hop. The event takes place from 5pm til 3am

Ticket Deals: £10 early bird passes available online for those who are quick off the mark. This ticket gives you access to all venues and gigs in the programme.

Sign up for updates or to buy tickets at

Drop us an email if you are keen to hear more.

For forward planning and other press enquiries contact the Hinterland team on


Mystery Jets
British Sea Power
Jeffrey Lewis
Friendly Fires (DJ)
Joe Goddard Hot Chip (DJ Set)
Hot Club de Paris
Wave Pictures
GrecoRoman Soundsystem
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Fenech Soler
Johnny Foreigner
French Wives
Kitty the Lion
Midnight Lion
Ballers Social Presents…
Cooly G
Marcus Nasty
Eclair FiFi
Art installations by Konx Om Pax & Christina Kernohan
Make Sparks
Little Yellow Ukuleles
Pulled Apart By Horses
plus more TBC

Monday, 15 February 2010

Kassidy - EP and live dates

A few words from the very wonderful Kassidy:

"Recent signings to Vertigo, Glaswegian quartet Kassidy are unique and brilliant, an exceptional live band whose show on the new bands stage at T In The Park last July was a revelation!

Four-part harmonies, box drums and some of the best songs we’ve heard in a long time, this band is going to be enormous in 2010!

Their debut single, The Rubbergum EP, via King Tuts Records was launched with a sold out show at that legendary venue last month.

Now they’re working on their debut album with Jim Abbiss (Arctic Monkeys, Adele, Kasabian).

02/02 Lexington, London
11/02 Falkirk Rialtos
12/02 Bathgate Harleys
13/02 Dundee Doghouse
14/02 Aberdeen Warehouse
16/02 Inverness Hootanays
17/02 Edinburgh Voodoo Rooms
18/02 Glasgow
Classic Grand
19/02 Lesley The Greenside
20/02 Stirling Tollbooth
22/02 Manchester Night & Day
23/02 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
24/02 Bristol Louisiana
25/02 London Barfly or Hoxton B&K"

The Rubbergum EP is on sale at the gigs. The equally marvellous The Ray Summers will be joining Kassidy at most, if not all, of these gigs.

Pin Up - Ladies Nights 3



It’s February, so it must be time for a Pin Ups Ladies Night! This will be Ladies Night 3 and we think that it’s going to be the biggest and best one yet!

Our star live headliners are French Horn Rebellion ( ). Robert and David are a shiny electropop duo from Brooklyn, New York, who came to our attention last autumn with their tremendous single “Up All Night”, which you might have heard being played all over Radio 1 and 6Music. Mixmag made it Electro Tune of the Month, Artrocker gave it 5 stars for its “sparkling synths and vocal bridges of epic scale” and to top things off Kitsune chose it for the highly prestigious opening slot on their latest Kitsuné Maison 8 Compilation. FHR are visiting Pin Ups as part of a UK tour to promote their new EP “Beaches and Friends”, out 1st March.

In support of FHR will be the sweet harmonic indiepop of Maple Leaves (fronted by Anna Miles - and a band that those in the know are calling "the best new band in Scotland" (!), Conquering Animal Sound ( fronted by Anneke Kampman - ).

For Ladies Night 3 we’re also welcoming the most stellar cast of Guest DJs that Pin Up Nights has ever assembled! Tracyanne and Carey (Camera Obscura), Adele and Ailidh (Sons & Daughters), Emma Pollock (The Delgados), Emmy-Kate and Marie du Santiago (Kenickie), Manda Rin (Bis) and a very special “Hunky Secret Treat” (whose handsome identity we are keeping a closely guarded secret) will all be on the decks during the night to keep you on the dancefloor.

The first
100 ladies to arrive will receive a special Goody Bag, and we will also be once again be setting up a “Vintage Village” (this year with help from the Made in the Shade girls - ) for stallholders selling jewellery, comics, vintage clothing, sweets and loads more.

Overseeing all the chaos and hilarity and filling in the gaps will be the Pin Ups DJs dressed in our best drag gear (joking - or are we..?) and all-lady DJ collective Bow Peep who, after entertaining
the Kitchen at September’s Circus and Hogmanay, will be making their Main Room DJing debut!

As you can imagine this shindig is costing us a lot of cash to put together, but we still want to give everybody the best value we possibly can, while also giving ladies the fun and privilege of a discount on the entry fee. So we have come up with the following pricing (pay attention at the back):

1.There will be a strictly limited number of online FIVER tickets available, for ladies or gents, from the store at .
2. After the strictly limited online £5 tickets are gone advance tickets will still available for both ladies and gents for £6, from both the store at or Tickets Scotland. (The Hogmanay Ball was sold out by 10.30pm, so advance tickets might be necessary!)
3. Finally on the night we will charge £6 for ladies and £7 for gents.
(We hope you agree this is still amazing value for all the action involved!)

We’ll be updating the details of the night in the next few weeks so keep checking back!
Go snap up those £5 tickets!

Thanks, Pin Ups.x

ps -
"Ladies Night 1" featured The Pipettes, the ladies from Sons and Daughters, Manda Rin (Bis) and Susan Hay (Xfm) Guest DJing, as well as Pooch, Miss the Occupier, and Sisa playing live and DJs from the variety of girl-club nights that were on the go back then (Dolly Mixture, Pretty Ugly, Blitzkrieg Bop etc). Pictures of the night are

"Ladies Night 2" featured the ladies from Camera Obscura, Victoria Bergstrom (the Concretes/Peter, Bjorn & John), Queens of Noize (
BBC 6 Music/MTV), Manda Rin, Susan Hay and Laura & Kirstin (Pooch) Guest DJing, as well as Paper Planes, Fangs and The Miss’s playing live. Pictures are

Sunday, 14 February 2010

The Cat on "Where The Action Is" Kirkcaldy VRN 1287AM - Sunday 14 February 2010

All you need is love on my Valentine's Day special. Here are this week's soft pop centres and hard soul bites:

The Love Affair - Everlasting Love (CBS 1968)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)
Billie Davis - Love (Decca 1970)
The Mamas and the Papas - Words of Love (RCA/Dunhill 1966)
Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - Third Finger, Left Hand (Gordy 1967)
Margo Guryan - I Love (Unreleased 1967)
Annette Funicello - Train of Love (Buena Vista 1960)
The Lovelites - I Found Me A Lover (Bandera 1970)
Billy Joe Royal - Hearts Desire (Columbia 1966) (Connect 3)
Hearts of Stone - If I Could Give You The World (VIP 1970) (Connect 3)
Gary Lewis & The Playboys - My Hearts Symphony (Liberty 1966) (Connect 3)
Barbara Ruskin - The Light of Love (Piccadilly 1966)
Frank Wilson - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) (Soul 1965)
Tim Buckley - Once Upon A Time (Unreleased 1967) (Birthday: 14/2/47)
The Shirelles - What Is Love? (Scepter 1967)
Brenda Holloway - Favour for a Girl (With a Love Sick Heart) (Motown 1964)
Sylvie Vartan - Donne Moi Ton Amour (Gimme Some Loving) (RCA 1967) (Foreign Language)
The Action - Love Is All (Unreleased 1967/1968)
The Packabeats - Evening in Paris (Pye 1962) (Half-Time Instrumental)
Darlene Love - Strange Love (Philles 1964)
Bobby Hebb - Love Love Love (Phillips 1972)
The Beach Boys - Please Let Me Wonder (Capitol 1965) (A to Z of The Beach Boys - P)
The Beach Boys - Surf's Up (Brother/Reprise 1971) (A to Z of The Beach Boys - P)
The Four Tops - Standing In The Shadows of Love (Tamla Motown 1967)
The Monkees - Love To Love (Unreleased 1967)
Aberfeldy - Love Is An Arrow (Rough Trade 2004) (Under The Influence)
Petula Clark - My Love (Pye 1965)
The Hollies - Too Young To Be Married (Parlophone 1970)
The Turtles - Guide for the Married Man (White Whale 1967)
The Holy Mackerel - Wildflowers (Reprise 1968) (Connect 3)
The Beatstalkers - Rain Coloured Roses (CBS 1968) (Connect 3)
The Jaynetts - Cry Behind The Daisies (demo) (Unreleased 1964) (Connect 3)
Glenda Collins - Head Over Heels In Love (Decca 1961)
Jackie Lee - Your Other Love (Unreleased 1966)
Love - The Daily Planet (Elektra 1967) (Two of a Kind)
Love - Hey Joe (Elektra 1967) (Two of a Kind)
Rose Valentine - I've Gotta Know Right Now (RCA Victor 1967)
April Stevens - Lovin' Valentine (Atco 1965)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)

Until next week, it's good day and good health.

Friday, 12 February 2010

The Ray Summers - Coming to a venue near you...

Alright man!
Just thought I'd give you a wee update on whit we're up to!
Following on from yesterday's announcement about more shows added to the tour with Kassidy, The Ray Summers are pleased to announce that they will headline King Tuts on Friday 9th April.
The band have played Tuts a number of times and will again take to the stage after 2 memorable sell outs, including the launch of their debut single on the famous venues's label, King Tuts recordings last August
Tickets are available from /or the King Tuts bar
After a successful 2009 that has seen the band release 2 singles, an EP, appear at festivals and perform countless gigs around the UK. The band have started 2010 off with a bang by performing 3 shows in London in February, whilst also playing a number of shows in Scotland with Vertigo Records latest signing - Kassidy. Between these gigs the band have been in the studio laying down the tracks that will make up their debut album scheduled for release in the summer.
The Ray Summers saw in 2009 with Paolo Nutini and Idlewild in George Square. They then went on to release their first EP in April with a full UK tour to mark this including a date at the Camden Crawl. Sessions followed on Radio 1, Northsound, TayFM and various student stations.
The Summer saw them taking to the stages at T in The Park, Rock Ness, The Edge, Wizard, Hinterland, Liverpool Sound City, Go North, Electric Bay and Perth Music Festivals.

King Tuts Recordings released debut single 'The Shepherd' in August and it charted at number 8 in the Scottish charts outselling Beyonce!
In The City in Manchester asked the band to play 2 shows, both ended up rammed and have been good for the bands profile.
2nd single 'Zagora Road' was released in November with a show at Glasgow's Oran Mor. On the same night the band played a special full band acoustic set that shows the amazing talent this band has.
The Ray Summers are looking forward to releasing their third single in April with the launch at King Tuts.
"more fun than Katy Perry and Britney Spears in a pillow fight..."
News of the world

"F**ing brilliant... Apologies for the language but they were.... Headliners next time..." Danny Watson"
Alan McGee's Death Disco Booker

"Remember when The Coral used to write those tunes that would, without warning, skew off on another key, another tempo, another planet altogether? The Ray Summers do it better."
Tincan TV
Catch the boys at the following shows

12 Harleys, Bathgate w/ KASSIDY
17 Voodoo Rooms, Edniburgh w/ KASSIDY
18 Classic Grand, Glasgow w/ KASSIDY
19 Greenside Hotel, Leslie w/ KASSIDY
20 Tolbooth, Stirling w/ KASSIDY
26 'West Rocks' at Liquid Nation, London
9 King Tuts, Glasgow
Stay tuned for further announcements regarding further shows

Sunday, 7 February 2010

The Cat on "Where The Action Is" Kirkcaldy VRN 1287AM - Sunday 7 February 2010

Time flies when you're having fun and we'll already into February. It's back to our normal mix of mod, soul, girl groups, Motown and alternative music from the late 50s to the early 70s. Here are this week's tasty musical morsels:

The Casuals - Jesamine (Decca 1968)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)
Claudine Clark - Party Lights (Chancellor 1962)
The Walker Brothers - (Baby) You Don't Have To Tell Me (Philips 1966)
The Jewells - Smokie Joe's (King 1967)
Heinz - Questions I Can't Answer (Columbia 1964)
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - I Second That Emotion (Tamla Motown 1968)
The Teardrops - Tears Come Running (Saxony/Musicor 1964)
Goldie & The Gingerbreads - Sailor Boy (Decca 1966) (Connect 3)
Petula Clark - Sailor (Pye 1961) (Connect 3)
The Zippers - My Sailor Boy (Hickory 1964) (Connect 3)
Glenda Collins - I Lost My Heart at the Fairground (HMV 1963)
Badfinger - Now Matter What (Apple 1970)
King Curtis - Memphis Soul Stew (Atco 1967) (Birthday: 7/2/34 King Curtis, saxophonist)
The Jelly Beans - How Fine Can One Guy Be (Unreleased, Year Unknown)
Barry Ryan - Eloise (MGM 1968)
The Searchers - Mais C'Etait un Reve (It's All Been a Dream) (Vogue 1965) (Foreign Language)
The Honeycombs - Something Better Beginning (Pye 1965)
The Tornados - Life on Venus (German version) (Decca 1968) (Half-Time Instrumental)
Julie Grant - Don't Ever Let Me Down (Pye 1963)
Barbara Mason & The Tiffanys - Trouble Child (Crusader 1964)
The Beach Boys - Only With You (Capitol 1972) (A to Z of The Beach Boys - O)
The Beach Boys - Our Car Club (Capitol 1963) (A to Z of The Beach Boys - O)
Diana Ross & The Supremes - In and Out of Love (Tamla Motown 1968)
The Small Faces/PP Arnold - (If You Think You're) Groovy (Immediate 1968)
The Small Ads - Small Ads (Bronze 1981) (Under The Influence)
The Utopias - Sally Bad (Fortune 1965)
Dusty Springfield - I Close My Eyes and Count To Ten (Philips 1968)
Emitt Rhodes - Ever Find Yourself Running (ABC Dunhill 1970)
PP Arnold - Angle of the Morning (Immediate 1968) (Connect 3)
Margo Guryan - Something's Wrong With The Morning (Unreleased, Year Unknown) (Connect 3)
Episode Six - Morning Dew (Pye 1967) (Connect 3)
Jackie Lee - Co-Co (Pye 1971)
Joani Camp - His Lips Get In The Way (Unreleased, Year Unknown)
Herman's Hermits - A Must To Avoid (Columbia 1965) (Two of a Kind)
Herman's Hermits - For Your Love (Columbia 1966) (Two of a Kind)
Simon Dupree & The Big Sound Authority - I See The Light (Parlophone 1966)
The Searchers - Goodnight Baby (Pye 1965)
Floyd Cramer - On The Rebound (RCA 1961) (show theme)

Next week it's our Valentine's Day special. All love, hearts, flowers etc. Until then, it's good day and good health.

Friday, 5 February 2010

Raymy - Are You Experienced Jimmy

Yes, he's back!

"hi folks and a belated happy new year to y'all.Hope all those ridiculous resolutions have been binned already! Needless to say i'm punting a new cd,called ARE YOU EXPERIENCED was originally goin to be two seperate cds but production costs are getting silly,so i've put the two together.A double album essentially.25 tracks or thereabouts,all new material including the SCOTT HARRISON HOKEY COKEY,72 VIRGINS CANT BE WRONG and BIG MATCH UPDATE,my first attempt at a football song (no,you wont be hearing it at your local stadium for reasons that will soon be apparent!).Sleeve pic attached with this email...go on,frighten the dog!
I'm still trying to keep the price of these cds down,so it's selling for £3.50 or so. Email me if you want a copy or maybe easier thru eBay.Whatever,thanks for your continued interest.

The Proclaimers - Tour Dates


The Proclaimers can confirm further summer shows in USA and England, all ticket info in The Gigs section at

Tickets are on sale from 10am on Saturday 6th February for three Acoustic shows on USA East Coast, May 20th New York, NY, City Winery, 21st Northampton, MA, Iron Horse, 22nd Philadelphia, PA, Tin Angel.

We always enjoy visiting places we don't normally get a chance to on our larger UK tours and we are pleased to add a few in this run. Tickets for the newly announced dates in England are on sale from 9am on Monday 8th February. The Proclaimers will perform June 16th Durham Gala, 17th Lincoln Engine Shed, 18th The Big Session Festival, Leicester De Montfort Hall, 20th Beverley Festival, 25th Holmfirth Picturedrome, 26th Grassington Festival (Sold Out), 27th Scarborough Spa Theatre, then two dates in July 3d Shrewsbury Severn Theatre and 4th Preston 54 Degrees.