Three outstanding singer-songwriters, onstage together throughout, sharing songs and stories.
James Yorkston, named as the «Finest songwriter of his generation» by the great John Peel, James has led a varied and critically-acclaimed career: an original member of The Fence Collective, a highly-praised author, a member of genre-defying Yorkston Thorne Khan and sometime folk-club organiser. «One of the most influential singer/songwriters on the Scottish folk scene» – The Scotsman.
Scottish songwriter Kris Drever celebrated a decade of critical and commercial success by winning both BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of The Year 2017 and Best Original Track 2017. «Completely infectious» — BBC Music *****. «Utterly stunning» — fRoots. Kris is a member of the celebrated British folk trio Lau.
Withered Hand – aka Dan Wilson. His two albums, 'Good News' and 'New Gods', have garnered accolades and been praised for their depth and startling honesty. A Rolling Stone 'Artist to Watch'. «Endlessly lovable» — NME. «Enlightening, wry and devastating but most of all, it's life-affirming» — The Quietus.