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Lossie Session – Concert
April 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm£15
We are super excited to be putting on the first Lossie Session in the wonderful Lossiemouth Town Hall as a fundraiser for Brother Sea who are representing Scotland at two major European Festivals this Spring and Summer. All profits from ticket sales and the bar will go towards their travel expenses.
Brother Sea will be sharing the stage with two other talented Scottish artists, Calum Ingram and local boy William Freeman…
Brother Sea’s music is that of departure into a wild adventure, sweeping you away with a sense of a new beginning. With hypnotic vocals accompanied by a playful twist on classic folk instruments they create awe and intrigue with songs that are like campfire stories exploring heritage and folklore as they gently flicker through captivating soundscapes.
Calum has played the cello from age nine and never looked back. He’s developed a unique approach to the cello inter-twin-ing his strings.
In 2013 Calum wrote and performed music for the off-Broadway Show Devision Avenue and won the award for Best Sound Design as part of The Midtown International Theatre Festival, New York City. Later that year, he released his debut album “Making It Possible.”
In 2015, he headlined the acoustic main stage at The Wicker Man Festival in Scotland, followed by the release of his “Turn Around” live EP. Shortly after his return, he signed a publishing deal with 23rd Precinct/Nottinghill Music.
In 2017, Calum was featured in the Sky Arts TV series, Tony Visconti’s “Unsigned Heroes” which saw him performing a duet with Stewart Copeland (The Police) as part of Visconti’s 50 Years in Music celebratory concert.
Calum’s debut album was nominated for Best Album and for the Kevin Thorpe Award at the British Blues Awards in 2014.
Hailing from Lossiemouth and now living in Glasgow, William Freeman’s soft guitar melodies mixed with meaningful lyrics provide easy listening songs that fit comfortably in the folk/acoustic genre.