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Ashley Monroe and Andrew Combs and Sean McConnell

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Ashley Monroe and Andrew Combs and Sean McConnell

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Home What's on

Ashley Monroe and Andrew Combs and Sean McConnell

THIS EVENT HAS EXPIRED

Celtic Connections

Dates and times

Sunday 27 January 2019
7:30PM - 10:00PM

Please note this show has changed venue to Saint Luke's.

A regular Nashville performer since her mid-teens, Tennessee singer-songwriter Ashley Monroe (Pistol Annies) has slowly but surely triumphed over industry travails and mainstream radio indifference, nowadays being hailed as a new heroine of old-school country. 2018’s Dave Cobb-produced fourth album, Sparrow, arrays her Parton-esque vocals and soul-searching songcraft with touches of folk, gospel and pop. “Criminally underappreciated” (NPR)


A Dallas native now living near the same Nashville airport immortalized in the opening sequence of Robert Altman’s country music odyssey, Andrew Combs is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and heir to that 1975 film’s idea of the Nashville troubadour as a kind of musical monk. Here in the twenty-first century whorl of digital narcissism, where identity can feel like a 24/7 social media soft-shoe performance, Combs makes music that does battle with the unsubtle.


Venue

Saint Luke's

Bain Street, Glasgow , G40 2JZ