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GUEST,The Goose Is Out! Alasdair Roberts SE London gig 24 Nov (2) Alasdair Roberts SE London gig 24 Nov 25 Oct 17

Alasdair Roberts + Gemma Khawaja + Andrea Kempson: The Goose Is Out! Friday 24 November, 7pm. The Ivy House, 40 Stuart Road, Nunhead, SE15 3BE. Advance tickets here:   

Tickets are also available at the bar at the Ivy House, and on the door on the night, if there are any left.

Alasdair Roberts is a musician (primarily a guitarist and singer) who is based in Glasgow Scotland. He has worked with Drag City Records since 1997, firstly releasing three albums of self-written material under the name Appendix Out and then several albums under his own name.

His work mainly consists of two parallel strands: self-written song material (which can be heard on albums such as Farewell Sorrow, The Amber Gatherers, Spoils and A Wonder Working Stone) and interpretations of traditional songs and ballads from Scotland and beyond (which can be heard on albums such as The Crook of My Arm, No Earthly Man and Too Long In This Condition).

Alasdair has collaborated widely with many different musicians throughout his musical career, including the Scottish Gaelic singer Mairi Morrison, with whom he made the 2012 album Urstan.

Alasdair is a firm favourite at The Goose Is Out! and has now appeared several times. We are delighted to have him back.

Gemma Khawaja is a singer/guitarist from the Midlands, currently based in Norfolk, who performs traditional songs of the British Isles and creates her own song inspired by folkloric customs, folk poesy & poetry. Gemma is a past winner of Islington Folk Club?s Trad2Mad competition.

Andrea Kempson is a London based singer-songwriter with a love of folk music, small instruments, and stories. Her music is influenced by the city around her combined with her upbringing in rural Devon. Wordplay and sweet melodies with folk-inspired guitar parts to form the backdrop of her melodic tales.

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