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Shooglenifty prepare for Findhorn gig


By Sarah Rollo

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CELTIC fusion band Shooglenifty are playing at Findhorn as part of their 30th anniversary tour.

The Shoogles, who describe their music as acid croft, formed in 1990 with the idea of merging traditional and traditional-sounding melodies with the beats and basslines of more contemporary influences.

Over the last three decades, they have promoted their unique brand of Scottish music all over the world.

Shooglenifty will play at Findhorn's Universall Hall as part of their 30th anniversary celebrations. Picture: Douglas Robertson.
Shooglenifty will play at Findhorn's Universall Hall as part of their 30th anniversary celebrations. Picture: Douglas Robertson.

On February 28, they will perform at Findhorn's Universal Hall, fresh from a major tour of New Zealand and a midnight show at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations.

Dave Till, of Universal Hall Promotions, said: "A ray of light for a long winter night, Shooglenifty will soon get an audience on its feet and the Universal Hall are making sure that there will be room for dancing in addition to their usual seated sections.

"With their electric new tunes and a full-on set of old favourites the band are sure to go down a storm."

Tickets are available online at universalhall.co.uk or in person from the Phoenix Stores at Findhorn.


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