Review: Amy Helm & Andrew Combs, Celtic Connections 2019 Rating 77%

Review: Amy Helm & Andrew Combs, Celtic Connections 2019

Amy Helm has a rich musical heritage, as she was brought up with Levon Helm as her father, the prolific drummer from The Band. American roots music has always been in her blood so, were we entirely surprised by her set? Well no, as she took Americana, gospel, blues and country and transformed them for the stage in Glasgow's Oran Mor as part of Celtic Connections 2019. Promoting This Too Shall Light, Amy brought an all-rounded 'circular sound' to her fans, which received a vibrant reception.



Review: Late In The Day by Tessa Hadley Rating 95%

Review: Late In The Day by Tessa Hadley

In Tessa Hadley’s latest novel, Late in the Day, the lives of two married couples are forever changed by a premature death. Alex and Christine and Zachary and Lydia have been friends since their twenties. Now in their fifties they are still emotionally tied to one another, their friendship relying on each other playing their part. When Zachary dies a sudden and untimely death, the three remaining friends find themselves struggling with both the loss of the funny, grounding Zachary but also the changing dynamic he leaves behind.





Adrian Crowley: It’s a thrill that it’s been picked for the Glasgow Film Festival

The Science of Ghosts explores musician Adrian Crowley and his life, exploring what a documentary of his life might look like, identifying the blurring between reality and documentary, considering his past, present and future. The film is part of the Glasgow Film Festival's programme this year, and Adrian spoke with The Fountain about working with Niall McCann as well as its inclusion in the programme.


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