In 2012, Dewar's hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.

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LISA O'NEILL
St Pancras Old Church
Wednesday 6 November 2013

£14.50 ADVANCE

JAMES YORKSTON + JON THORNE + SUHAIL YUSUF KHAN

 In 2012, Dewar’s hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.



Yorkston Thorne Khan

Yorkston Thorne Khan

LISA O'NEILL
St Pancras Old Church
Wednesday 6 November 2013

£14.50 ADVANCE

JAMES YORKSTON + JON THORNE + SUHAIL YUSUF KHAN

 In 2012, Dewar’s hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.



Yorkston Thorne Khan

Yorkston Thorne Khan

LISA O'NEILL
St Pancras Old Church
Wednesday 6 November 2013

£14.50 ADVANCE

JAMES YORKSTON + JON THORNE + SUHAIL YUSUF KHAN

 In 2012, Dewar’s hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.



Yorkston Thorne Khan

Yorkston Thorne Khan

LISA O'NEILL
St Pancras Old Church
Wednesday 6 November 2013

£14.50 ADVANCE

JAMES YORKSTON + JON THORNE + SUHAIL YUSUF KHAN

 In 2012, Dewar’s hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.



Yorkston Thorne Khan

Yorkston Thorne Khan

LISA O'NEILL
St Pancras Old Church
Wednesday 6 November 2013

£14.50 ADVANCE

JAMES YORKSTON + JON THORNE + SUHAIL YUSUF KHAN

 In 2012, Dewar’s hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.



Yorkston Thorne Khan

Yorkston Thorne Khan

LISA O'NEILL
St Pancras Old Church
Wednesday 6 November 2013

£14.50 ADVANCE

JAMES YORKSTON + JON THORNE + SUHAIL YUSUF KHAN

 In 2012, Dewar’s hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.



Yorkston Thorne Khan

Yorkston Thorne Khan

LISA O'NEILL
St Pancras Old Church
Wednesday 6 November 2013

£14.50 ADVANCE

JAMES YORKSTON + JON THORNE + SUHAIL YUSUF KHAN

 In 2012, Dewar’s hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.



Yorkston Thorne Khan

Yorkston Thorne Khan

LISA O'NEILL
St Pancras Old Church
Wednesday 6 November 2013

£14.50 ADVANCE

JAMES YORKSTON + JON THORNE + SUHAIL YUSUF KHAN

 In 2012, Dewar’s hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.



Yorkston Thorne Khan

Yorkston Thorne Khan

LISA O'NEILL
St Pancras Old Church
Wednesday 6 November 2013

£14.50 ADVANCE

JAMES YORKSTON + JON THORNE + SUHAIL YUSUF KHAN

 In 2012, Dewar’s hosted an experiment. Musicians from India and the UK were placed in a makeshift recording studio in Edinburgh for a week and asked to come up with an album of original songs. King Creosote, Suhail Yusuf Khan, The Pictish Trail, Slow Club, Found, James Yorkston, Raghu Dixit and others came and went, collaborating and creating with those they met. The results were rather special.

In the spirit of that album, three of those acts are on tour together for the first time, playing together as a trio and performing a semi-improvised mix of traditional music from India and the UK/Ireland alongside their own compositions.







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