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Artists to play folk concert for Clutha families

Artists to play folk concert for Clutha families

Celtic Music Radio and popular music venue St Andrew's In The Square are presenting a Folk For The Clutha concert in support of those affected by last Friday's accident at the Clutha bar.

The concert, to be held on Friday, January 10, will feature Glasgow stalwarts Arthur Johnstone and Mick West, band Haggerdash, blues singer-guitarist Bill Adair and singer-songwriters Tom Fairnie and Lori McTear, with more acts expected to add their support on the night.

Admission will be by donation.

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Mary Jean heads for Jordanhill

Sounds In The Suburbs, which specialises in bringing American musicians to Jordanhill in Glasgow, presents rock 'n' roll legend Jerry Lee Lewis's niece, Mary Jean Lewis, in concert at Woodend Bowling & Tennis Club on Saturday.

Mary Jean, above, whose style ranges from soft and sultry songs to the rough and tumble honkytonk associated with her uncle, married and set up home in Wishaw five years ago and tours with her band, The Low Men, as well as running an American diner in the Lanarkshire town.

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