ONLY 50 TICKETS REMAINING FOR BIGGEST EVER TMF
Two exciting names have been added to the line up for the 7th Tiree Music Festival (15th to 17th July 2016).
Tide Lines, a brand new Scottish band, will make their live debut at Tiree Music Festival.
Tide Lines have a fresh sound – driven by guitar, drums, and pipes. Their recently released single, “Far Side of the World”, is from the pen of lead vocalist, former Skipinnish front man, Robert Robertson and last night entered the iTunes top 100 UK download chart. The band was launched two days ago across social media platforms with an accompanying music video to promote the release of the single. The band is made up of Robertson from Lochaber, Ross Wilson from Mull (also ex-Skipinnish), Alasdair Turner from Alness, and Fergus Munro from Glasgow. The band are delighted to launch this new act at TMF:
“TMF is the perfect location for our first ever live performance as Tide Lines – and we’re incredibly excited for it”, says lead singer Robert Robertson. “There are a number of factors that give TMF a totally unique atmosphere so we are just ecstatic to perform our first ever show there.”
The Scott Wood Band will also be making their TMF debut, having previously performed as a trio in their early days back in 2013. Described as “a collaboration of the most promising young Scottish Musicians”, the band is fronted by one of the world’s leading young bagpipers in Scott Wood and features finalists from the BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year and BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year competitions. Their success was also recognised with a nomination for the prestigious ‘Folk Band of the Year’ category at the 2014 BBC MG ALBA Scots Trad Awards.
Tide Lines and the Scott Wood Band complete the most exciting and eclectic TMF line up to date next to international acts like Levellers, Flook, Sharon Shannon and Nashville singer Jesse Terry and the very best Scottish artists like Breabach, Blazin Fiddles and Fergie MacDonald.