Bruncheon feat. Emily Kelly, Dog On A Swing & Harry Harris

Saturday 9th February 2019
11.30am - 2.30pm, free entry

Brunch and live music event at the Drill Hall Arts Café. Local musical talent creating a chilled out atmosphere alongside delicious home-made café food in the open space of the Drill Hall…

Emily Kelly is one half of Edinburgh duo The Jellyman’s Daughter, who last year released their sophomore album Dead Reckoning and spent 2018 touring the UK, Europe and North America. Emily will be hosting this bruncheon and playing a set of covers by her favourite songwriters.

Dog On A Swing is the pseudonym under which Ed Ritchie writes and plays music, based in Edinburgh. Sometimes solo, he likes to bring in other musicians on a fluid and flexible basis. DOAS released Autonomy- a debut album about fighting to secure and maintain personal autonomy in 2017.

Harry Harris is a prolific, energetic and captivating songwriter who, over the past few years, has established himself as one of the most exciting the UK has to offer.
His latest release, The Andre The Giant EP, is a collaboration with producers Chemikal Recipe and designer Gavin Day.
His sophomore album Songs About Other People was given five stars and named the top folk album of 2015 by The Telegraph, with the beautiful single The Ballad of Ronnie Radford named Song of the Year by FATEA Magazine.
Now based in Edinburgh, he was recently Highly Commended in the Danny Kyle Open Stage Award at Celtic Connections, and this year will release his third album, I FEEL DRUNK ALL THE TIME.

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