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Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival news: PALOMA FAITH SET TO CLOSE FRIDAY NIGHT OF BELLADRUM 2018…

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PALOMA FAITH SET TO CLOSE FRIDAY NIGHT OF BELLADRUM 2018

Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival has announced that Paloma Faith will top the bill on the festival’s Friday night. With her acclaimed Number 1 album ‘The Architect’ riding high in the charts and a BRIT nomination for Best British Female, Paloma Faith is set to deliver an unforgettable Garden Stage performance.

For more than two decades now, The Charlatans have been an inspirational force in British Indie Rock, with 13 albums under their belt and 17 top 30 singles, they will have a huge back catalogue to pull from for their debut Belladrum performance.

In further line-up announcements, acclaimed four time GRAMMY award winning country singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash headlines the Grassroots Stage, while Songhoy Blues bring their own brand of desert blues mixed with R&B, soul and hip-hop to the festival for the first time.

Massachusetts-based indie-folk ensemble Darlingside also joins us alongside reformed 90’s Scottish indie rock outfit The Supernaturals and set to make a welcome return are Bhangra Rock Fusion act Kissmet.

Also appearing over the weekend are Skye’s Niteworks, a band known for their use Gaelic language and traditional music with electronic influences to create a fresh and exhilarating sound. Completing this wave of line-up are The Filthy Tongues featuring members of Goodbye Mr Mackenzie and Angelfish, trad-folk act Hò-rò and local rock and roll artist Dougie Burns and the Cadilacs. A huge number of acts including the Saturday night Garden Stage headliner remain to be announced.

These artists join previously announced Thursday night headliner Amy Macdonald, Frightened Rabbit who will perform the whole of their epic album ‘The Midnight Organ Fight’, BBC RADIO 2/6MUSIC DJ The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show, The LaFontaines, Lucy Spraggan Tide Lines, and Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5.

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Local singer-songwriter Moteh Parrott who performed on the Grassroots stage this year has been shortlisted for the 2019 BBC Radio Scotland Singer-Songwriter Award.

Check out the link below to watch his video and give him your vote!👇

Good luck Moteh.BIG NEWS! I'm thrilled to share that I've been shortlisted for the BBC Radio Scotland Singer-Songwriter Award alongside 9 other brilliant singer-songwriters from around Scotland. Our live sessions are now online, and you have one vote for your favourite song: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p073nw31 The lines are now open, and the closing time for voting is 6pm on the 13th Sept. The top four from this public vote will perform at a live final at the St Luke’s venue in Glasgow on BBC Music Day, 26th September. The prize for the winner includes a recording session with BBC Scotland in Glasgow, an opportunity to play the King Tut’s stage at the TRNSMT Festival and a promotional video. This is one of the biggest opportunities I've had with my original music, so if you would like to support me and my songwriting, this is the best way of doing so! THANK YOU to BBC Scotland for this opportunity, and to everyone for their continued support.
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Local singer-songwriter Moteh Parrott who performed on the Grassroots stage this year has been shortlisted for the 2019 BBC Radio Scotland Singer-Songwriter Award.

Check out the link below to watch his video and give him your vote!👇

Good luck Moteh.

 

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