James Grant is one of the most renowned and respected performers Scotland has ever produced.

Drawing from a broad palette of pop, folk, soul, country and blues influences, and interweaving his solo compositions with Love and Money favourites, James twins darkly literate, melodically lush songcraft with his richly potent vocals and virtuoso guitar work, leavening his performances with dashes of wickedly acerbic humour.

In this show there will be new compositions and some cool covers alongside some Love and Money classics – and with the added lushness of The Hallelujah String Quartet, this is music to stir the soul.

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Derby Hall @ The Met
From £16 (inc fees)

Reviews

“A ballsier Gram Parsons but with whiskytinged Scottish poetry for lyrics”

The Word

“One of Scotland’s most gifted songwriters... and what a marvellous singer he is, too, spanning darkly burnished baritone depths and searing soulful intensity”

Scotsman

James Grant and the Hallelujah String Quartet

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