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Roots, Rhythms,Testimonies: Brina, Tom Pow and Marty Hailey

Sun 26 May, 7.30–9.30pm. Free. Book via Eventbrite.

Jamaican roots reggae singer Brina is one of Scotland’s undersung talents, whose music fuses elements of her cultural and musical heritage using Reggae, Nyabinghi and other musical styles from the global African Diaspora.

Tom Pow is one of Scotland’s most accomplished poets and tonight he offers Transfusion his extended poem in praise of Muhammad Ali and Nelson Mandela, which brings in elements of travel writing from visits to Africa separated by twenty years. Marty Hailey is an endlessly versatile composer and musician who has worked with Brina and Pow to bind both their talents together in a night of song and deep-rooted story.

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Ambient Audiences: Marty Hailey

Fri 22 Sep, 6.30–8.30pm. Free. Book via Eventbrite

In the latest of our relaxed electronica gigs. Marty Hailey will play a live set from new project Do I Sleep Now.

Marty Hailey is a composer, producer & performer based in Edinburgh Scotland. Originally born in Liverpool, Marty grew up & began his music career in Australia as highly sought after session musician working with many big Australian & International names. This eclectic & spooky electronic offering is his first solo release since moving back to the UK to explore new opportunities in composition.


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