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The Jeremiahs with Megan Henderson and The Canny Band

The Jeremiahs with Megan Henderson and The Canny Band

The Jeremiahs with Megan Henderson and The Canny Band

Celtic Connections

Book tickets

£15.40*
Under 14s should be accompanied by an adult
*A 10% booking fee is included in the ticket price, as advertised. At check-out this fee will be shown separately for receipt purposes and to ensure the face value of your ticket is correct. Prices are subject to change. Prices may vary on the night of a show. Transactions fees may vary depending on event.

Dates and times

Friday 21 January 2022
7:30PM - 10:00PM

Unfortunately, this show is subject to restricted capacity due to the ongoing impacts of the global pandemic. This show is being moved to the Main Auditorium in Glasgow Royal Concert Hall at the earlier start time of 7.30pm, and Megan Henderson has also been added to this line-up. If you have purchased tickets, box office will be in touch with you asap. 


Formed in 2013, Dublin-based quartet The Jeremiahs have been hailed by top folk broadcaster Mike Harding as “one of the most exciting bands to come out of Ireland in many a year”. Now featuring ex-Solas singer and fiddler Niamh Varian-Barry alongside their outstanding vocalist Joe Gibney, flautist Julien Bruneteau and guitarist James Ryan, the band’s self-styled “urban folk” splices a vibrant array of traditional, contemporary and international elements. Building on their hometown’s rich ballad heritage, The Jeremiahs’ 2017 second album, The Femme Fatale of Maine, revealed an increasing focus on original songwriting.

The Canny Band – here launching their much-anticipated debut album - comprise the multi-award-winning young talents of accordionist Sam Mabbett, pianist Michael Biggins and Callum Convoy on bodhran. Fellow stalwarts of Glasgow’s fertile session scene, the already-seasoned trio cook up an expert, effervescent mix of trad-based material with borrowings from classical, jazz and beyond.

Supported by Culture Ireland

Venue Map

Venue

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3NY