The Andrew Lawrenson Trio
Sunday 26th June
1:30pm to 2:30pm

Venue: Old Kirk, Kirk Wynd, Kirkcaldy KY1 1EH

Join us for a relaxing Sunday afternoon in KIRKCALDY OLD KIRK (please note change of venue from Merchant’s House Garden due to an uncertain weather forecast). Bring your own lunch/picnic/drinks and enjoy listening to music from Let The Bird Out Duo and Andy Lawrenson Trio. There is no fixed ticket price for this gig; please donate what you can on the day (suggested donation £10) all of which will go to Kirkcaldy Food Bank to help them continue their invaluable work.. There is no fixed ticket price for this gig; please donate what you can on the day (suggested donation £10) all of which will go to Kirkcaldy Food Bank to help them continue their invaluable work.

The Andy Lawrenson Trio has been working since around 2012. Andy Lawrenson learned to play the violin through busking on the streets of Europe, Scandinavia, England, Scotland and Ireland, before returning to University of Northumbria to complete a music degree in the mid 1980’s. He was a prominent figure on the North East Folk and Jazz scene, working with Ian Carr, Keith Morris, Elvis Costello, Richard Thompson, and the North East folk music agency Folkworks amongst others.
Simon O’Byrne has been a professional guitarist for over two decades. His accomplished guitar playing celebrates the style and swing of the jazz-genius Django Reinhardt, mixed with a flamenco flourish and echoes of the great Paco de Lucia.
Paul Grainger started playing the double bass comparatively late in the day yet has quickly become an in-demand player on the North East scene and further afield. He has worked with, among others, Anita Wardell, Tessa Souter, James Birkett, Daniel John Martin, George MacDonald and Alice Grace. He is also a founder of, and resident bass player for the highly regarded Newcastle based Jazz Cafe ‘Jam Sessions’.
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