TRIP are a Glasgow based six-piece band whose music unites the kindred Celtic traditions of Scotland, Ireland, Northumbria and the Isle of Man; a reflection of where each band member hails from.
Their powerful, driven and distinctive sound is underpinned by a versatile top-line featuring Accordion (Michael Biggins), Fiddle (Isla Callister) and Flute/Whistle (Tiernan Courell) and a dynamic rhythm section of Piano (Rory Matheson), Guitar (Alasdair MacKenzie) and Bodhran (Craig Baxter). Their considered arrangements feature a blend of traditional melodies and self-penned tunes and songs, and celebrates the band’s roots in traditional music, whilst showcasing their contemporary, cross-genre influences.
Beth Malcolm is a singer-songwriter and keyboard player from Perth. Beth’s music is folk-inspired, and she sings a mix of traditional, modern and self-penned Scots songs. In 2022, Beth won BBC MG ALBA Scots Singer of the Year.
In January 2020, Beth was awarded a prestigious ‘Danny’ award at Celtic Connections. Since then, Beth has collaborated on a number of album projects; including Lewis McLaughlin, Adam Holmes, and features on ‘Gaelictronica’ sensation Niteworks’ album with the track ‘John Riley’. Beth sang with the Scottish Symphony Orchestra as part of a special Niteworks Celtic Connections show at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
Since being named BBC Scots Singer of the Year 2022, Beth released her debut album Kissed and Cried in Spring, 2023. This earned a 5 star review in The Scotsman. She’s also written ‘By Process of Folkmosis’, a musical ‘coming of age’ piece of folk-music-theatre, which she plans to release in 2025.
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