A triple bill featuring three of folk’s rising stars from across the UK.

Dean Owens is one of Scotland’s finest singer/songwriters. He is one of those artists who’s storytelling draws you into his world; often dark and challenging, mysterious and enthralling and all delivered by a performer at the top of his game.

Sam Carter has played with too many top names to mention in the past year or two, and that does not happen unless you have something special to offer. A class act destined for big times.

Local lad Garron Firth writes wonderful songs and sings them in such a way that they hit you where it hurts.

Dates & Times

Last session: Sat 12 Sep 2009 at 8:30 PM - This event has now passed
The Box @ The Met

Dean Owens, Sam Carter Trio and Garron Frith

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