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Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival news : Don’t miss new Scottish music with the Fergus McCreadie Trio!…

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Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival news : Don’t miss new Scottish music with the Fergus McCreadie Trio!…

Don't miss new Scottish music with the Fergus McCreadie Trio!...

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Don’t miss new Scottish music with the Fergus McCreadie Trio!

See one of the most exciting new Scottish jazz acts this week at the The Blue Arrow in Glasgow. Hot on the heels of their incredible debut album ‘Turas’ the trio are playing the 18, 19, 21 & 22 April.

Tickets are from £8 and can be purchased here:
#gigs” target=”_blank”>https://www.thebluearrow.co.uk/index.php #gigs

Check out their performance at the 2016 EJB Festival: https://youtu.be/Jeo4MwDMVp8



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