10th Anniversary Live

To celebrate 10 years broadcasting across Midlothian Black Diamond FM presents it’s first outside broadcast event, live from the National Mining Museum Scotland in Newtongrange. Featuring live music, competitions and more!
 
Chris Mackrell, Kenny McDonald and a host of Black Diamond FM presenters will be there to introduce live music from Ragged Glory, Brack n File, and Ronnie Miller and Maggie.
 
Entry is free so be there from 12pm and prepare yourself for a afternoon of entertainment.
 
About The Acts
 
Ragged Glory are a local band who all met in the Newtongrange Folk Club, in the last ten years they have released several albums and are a fixture at The Acoustic Music Centre during the Edinburgh Fringe. The lineup consists of Jim and May Weatherstone, Charlie Milne, and the silky tones of local man George Archibald. 
 
Brack n File consist of Maureen Brack and two of the original members of the top folk band Rankin File who were popular in the 60s and 70s. Tony Mitchell is one of Scotland's leading guitarists and has travelled extensively performing and working on session for various musicians. 
 
Ronnnie Miller and Maggie Dewar also met at Newtongrange Folk Club, Maggie has recorded several albums with different bands over the years and Ronnie is an excellent guitar player and singer. 
 
Location: The National Mining Museum Scotland, Newtongrange
Date: 30/04/2017
Time: 12:00-15:30
Ticket Price: FREE!