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Third time lucky for Sutherland Sessions with Hamish Napier gig set to go ahead

By Ali Morrison

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Music promotors Sutherland Sessions say they are thrilled to finally be able to stage a long-awaited gig by Scottish folk multi-instrumentalist and composer Hamish Napier.

It is the third time the group has tried to host the event with previous attempts stymied by the coronavirus pandemic.

The award winning musician will be performing at the Carnegie Hall, Clashmore, on Friday, March 25, from 7.30pm. Doors open 7pm.

Hamish Napier will be performing at Clashmore on Friday, March 25.
Hamish Napier will be performing at Clashmore on Friday, March 25.

Hamish, whose music is inspired by the heritage and nature of his native Strathspey, will be joined on stage by a stellar cast of folk musicians including Patsy Reid (fiddle/viola) and Innes Watson (guitar).

The group will be performing music from Hamish's new album The Woods which explores the inter-connected wildlife, folklore, legends and characters of the country's native wild forests.

Sutherland Sessions say that all existing tickets from March 2020 remain valid.

For more information and to book a ticket, click here.

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