Hazy Recollections

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CELTIC CONNECTIONS 2018

 

Sunday 21st Jan

REECE HILLIS, MARK W GEORGSSON, CHRISSY BARNACLE, JOSEPHENE SILLARS + THE MANIC PIXIE DREAMS

  TICKETS HERE

Sunday 28th Jan

James Edwyn & The Borrowed Band, Elliot Morris, Zoe Graham, Heir of the Cursed

. TICKETS HERE

Sunday 4th feb

Jacob Yates, Emme woods,

age-otori, rhona macfarlane

... AND A MYSTERY ACT.. TICKETS HERE

 

Over the past ten years we have brought together a wealth of versatile artists and built a loyal following.

Hazy Recollections began primaraly as a way to promote Findlay Napier & The Bar Room Mountaineers. Either we were to folky for the indie crowd or to indie for the folk crowd. I suppose it sprung from an 'if you build it they will come' attitude.

 

Our first Hazy was held in Stereo, Glasgow and featured Pearl and the Puppets, Brother Louis Collective (soon to become Admiral Fallow), FN&BRM, Kitty the Lion (now known as Blood Relatives), AJ Roach and Captain and the Kings. In the past we've taken Hazy north to Southern Fried Festival, Perth and relocated from our ABC home (just aong the street) to the CCA for the Glasgow Americana Festival. I've tried to make a list of everyone that has played Hazy Recollections. Email me if you spot any ommissions.

 

WHAT IS HAZY?

 

Usually doors open at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. There are five acts (bands, duos, trios, solo acts...) The first takes the stage at 2:30pm and the last leaves the stage at 5pm. Each act is given a proper introduction. The audience listens politely, buys merchandise and sings along enthusiastically.

 

WHO's Played Hazy?

3 Blind Wolves

Adam Holmes Band

Admiral Fallow (also as Brother Louis Collective)

AJ Roach

Alex Cornish

Alice Bentley

Alistair Ogilvy

Aly Macrae

Amelia Curran

Anais Mitchell & Jefferson Hamer

Andrea Glass

Angus Munro

Anna Coogan

Anthony D'Amato

Bear Bones

Becci Wallace

Beer Jacket

Bella and the Bear

Ben Seal (as Urbanfarmhand)

Blood Relatives (as Kitty the Lion) 

Blue Rose Code

Bronwynne Brent

Captain and the Kings

Cera Impala

Chrissy Barnacle

Colin Train

Damon Valentine

Dante

Dark Green Tree

David Wax Museum

Dead Man's Waltz (also as The Injuns)

Dean Owens

Declan Welsh

Donna Maciocia

Eleanor Nicholson

Endor

Fake Major

Findlay Napier & The Bar Room Mountaineers

Fish and Bird

Foy Vance

Gabby Young & Other Animals

Gordy Duncan Jr

Gus Harrower

Harry Harris

Have Mercy Las Vegas

Henry and Fleetwood

Humbert and Humbert

Ian Morrison

Inge Thomson

James MacKenzie and the Aquascene

Jemma Tweedie

Jenn Butterworth & LB Salter

Jill Jackson

Jo Mango

Joy Kills Sorrow

Julia and the Doogans

Katy Sutherland (as Pearl and the Puppets)

Kim Edgar

Laura Cortese

Little Fire

Little Rach

Loki and Becci Wallace

Mairi Orr

Man's Ruin

Mary Jean Lewis and the Low Men

Maud the Moth

Michael Cassidy

Mike Nesbit

Miss Irenie Rose

Mog and Adam Holmes (Bang Dirty)

My Darling Clementine

Norrie McCulloch

Otis Gibbs

Ozere

Quickbeam

Rachel Sermanni

Randolph's Leap

Rick Redbeard

Rebecca's Ruin

Roberto Cassani

Roddy Hart

Roseanne Reid

Ross Clark

Ruth Gillies

Sam Lewis

Samantha Crain

Sarah Jarosz

Siobhan Wilson

Skinny Dipper

Something Someone

Stanley Odd

Sturgil Simpson

Teen Canteen

Tennement and Temple

The 17th Century

The Cliftons

The Dirt

The Dirty Beggars

The Doghouse Roses

The French Wives

The Hazey Janes

The Hidden Lane Choir

The Mae Trio

The Parkington Sisters

The Porchsong Anthology

The Second Hand Marching Band

The Small Glories

The State Broadcasters

The Staves

This Silent Forest

Tommy Reilly

Washington Irving

Willie Campbell (Open Day Rotation)

Woodenbox (as Woodenbox and a Fistful of Fivers)

Findlay Napier, Scottish Singer Songwriter, Glasgow, Grantown on Spey, Guitar, VIP, Very Interesting Persons, File Under Fiction, Out All Night, Queen Anne's Revenge, Back of the Moon, Hedy Lamarr, The Man Who Sold New York, Sweet Science, Mickey Mantle, Boo Hewerdine, Watercolour Music, Nick Turner, 1970 Company, RCS, RSAMD, BA Scottish Music, Folk Singer, Compere, Festival Organiser, Hazy Recollections, Glasgow Songwriting Festival, Chris Sherburn, Last Night's Fun, Eddi Reader