After a glorious event last year, sadly CSC will be taking a break in 2015 due to issues with securing a the perfect venue. Although we will miss seeing all your lovely faces at our favourite festive shindig, it means we’ve plenty of time to work on making CSC16 a very very special one. Thanks […]
They may be Christmas Songwriters’ Club veterans, but eagleowl still amaze us with their haunting melodies every year they play the Songwriters’ Club. Catch them shortly after the launch of their latest single ‘Clear The Night’. Photo by Neil Cammock.
Since the much-loved Edinburgh based Meursault performed their final show this year, we’ve all been wondering what’s next for Neil Pennycook. So we’re delighted to have him join us at the Songwriters’ Club this year, giving us a rare glimpse into his latest, solo project, Supermoon. It’s all been very intriguing and promising so far […]
Following a summer full of shows in Edinburgh and beyond, The Heartland Flyers will be bringing their country, folk and blues-influenced tunes to The Christmas Songwriters’ Club. We can’t wait to hear their take on what makes a great Christmas song!
Sounds good, right? We haven’t even got to the nice part yet. Proceeds from the event go towards supporting charities that carry out meaningful work – both locally and globally.
So we’d love you to join us this year at Central Hall on 20th December for the best Songwriters’ Club yet.
The Vine Trust is an international volunteering charity which seeks to enable volunteers to make a significant difference to some of the poorest children and communities in the world. Formed in 1985 the Trust is still to this day true to its ethos, providing medical and community support to those that need it most. Learn more here.
The Stuart Lawtie Memorial Foundation was set up in memory of Stuart, a dear friend of ours, who passed away on 11th February 2011, aged 27, following treatment for colorectal cancer. The Foundation named in Stuart’s honour aims to fulfil his wish of raising money to benefit young people facing similar challenges. Learn more here.
Al Shields - Broken Records - Easy Tigers - John D McIntosh - Karine Polwart & Findlay Napier - Kid Canaveral - Miaoux Miaoux - Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit - Siobhan Wilson - TeenCanteen with Ziggy Campbell - We See Lights - Very Well
Adam Stafford - Alan Bissett - Eagleowl - Easy Tigers - Jesus, Baby! - John D Mcintosh - The Machine Room - Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit - Stanley Odd - TeenCanteen - Very Well - We See Lights - Withered Hand
Alex Ross - Al Shields - Dan Wilson - Easy Tigers - Jamie Sutherland - John D McIntosh - Letters - Michael Morrison - Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit
Abagail Grey - Adam Stafford - Al Shields - Craig Ross - Eagleowl - Jamie Sutherland - John D Mcintosh - Jo Mango - Last Battle - Michael Morrison - Skibunny - Very Well - We See Lights - Withered Hand
Claire Campbell - Eagleowl - Easy Tigers - The Elfish Prezzies - Jamie Sutherland - The Jesus Clause - Rob Howell and James Gibson - The Stormy Seas - We See Lights
Abagail Grey - Daniel James Abercombie and Friends - Fearless Dave - John D MacIntosh - We See Lights