Supported by Dror Kessler
As well as being a fine guitar player Bill Adair is one of Scotland's busiest and most respected singer/songwriters. Combining influences from folk and blues, Bill's music addresses universal themes of love, work, loss and redemption and whose award winning songs have won plaudits from all round the world. He is equally at home singing a traditional Scottish ballad, playing blues from the Mississippi Delta or performing one of his own songs, and his performances are complemented by a natural story-telling style that is both thought-provoking and entertaining.
From his home near Glasgow, Bill is much in demand at festivals and folk clubs all over the UK and throughout Europe and New Zealand. He is also widely recognised as a renowned interpreter of the poems and songs of Robert Burns.
Support comes from Dror Kessler
A Ramsbottom Folk Club event.
Please note that this event takes place not at The Met but at Ramsbottom Cricket Club →