Some weather we’ve been having recently eh…?
Thankfully I’ve had to spend a lot of time inside though, so not all bad I guess. Most of my time recently has been taken up with the debut Scott Wood Band album. We’ve spent a lot of time working on this record, and I can’t believe the launch is only 11 days away! A lot of mixing, listening and tweaking has been happening and I’m so happy that we have a final product now! We’re also heading off to Switzerland on Friday to a festival where our good friends, Skerryvore are also playing. It’ll good fun, and a quiet one I’m sure… 😉
I also taught at the very first Fèis Phàislig this month, which was a 4 day event promoting traditional music and culture in Paisley. With a distinct focus on children learning about Scottish traditions and culture, it was a real pleasure to be part of. Grant who ran and organised the whole event, put in an inordinate amount of work, and he deserves a lot of credit for it! It was a brilliant week with some fantastic tutors, and I hope that it continues for many years to come.
Towards the end of the month, I had a really lovely gig playing guitar with the stunning voices of Robyn Stapleton & Claire Hastings. Just a nice wee set in Kelvingrove Bandstand, and thankfully the rain did keep off, eventually…
I’ll post another update after the album launch, but as per usual here’s a few photos 🙂