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Beinn Lee with Roo Geddes and Neil Sutcliffe *CANCELLED*

Beinn Lee with Roo Geddes and Neil Sutcliffe *CANCELLED*

Beinn Lee with Roo Geddes and Neil Sutcliffe *CANCELLED*

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Dates and times

Thursday 27 January 2022
7:30PM - 10:00PM

This show is cancelled due to the ongoing impacts of the Omicron variant. Box Office will be in touch in due course if you have purchased tickets.

Beinn Lee are a six-piece band from Uist in the Outer Hebrides. This will be their first Glasgow gig since the release of their second album DEÒ in December 2021 - an album two and a half years in the making with lots of original compositions, new songs in Gaelic and English, and plenty of old favourite tunes that they have been playing since they formed as a band in 2013. 

2018 saw the band release their debut album OSGARRA, which was described by renowned piper Fred Morrison as “a breath of fresh air”: “the feel of the Uist music runs beautifully throughout the album and the sensitive vocals and top drawer musicianship add up to one of the most exciting musical prospects I have heard in a long time." 

The collective inheritance of Gaelic song and west coast pipe music of members Micheal Steele, Pàdruig Morrison, Mairi Therese Gilfedder, James Stewart, Anna Black, and Seoras Lewis provide a very strong Gaelic traditional backbone to their music, but their music of contemporary and self-penned tunes and songs are infused with diverse modern influences. 

Venue Map


The National Piping Centre

McPhater Street, Glasgow, G4 0HW