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Ken Campbell's Ideal Band, Edinburgh FC

Johnny J 26 Feb 10 - 09:05 AM
Johnny J 01 Mar 10 - 05:56 AM
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Subject: Ken Campbell's Ideal Band, Edinburgh FC
From: Johnny J
Date: 26 Feb 10 - 09:05 AM

Appearing at other venues too but these may be inconvenient for you or you might even wish to see them twice!

The re-formed Ideal Band bringing together three of Scotland's most respected and experienced musicians, touring professionally, with a new album on Fellside Recordings - FECD226.
In the 1980's The Ideal Band was one of Scotland's most highly-respected Celtic folk bands, performing in festivals, concerts and clubs throughout the UK and beyond, following in the footsteps of Glasgow's "Bob Smith's Ideal Band" of the 1930's.

The new line up creates a unique blend of Ken Campbell's essentially Scottish songs together with the very best of musicianship.

KEN CAMPBELL - Vocals/Guitar/Spanish Lute

SEYLAN BAXTER - Cello/Electric Cello/Vocals

GAVIN PATERSON - Keyboard/Guitar/Vocals

Please see


for further information and tempting clips.

Pleasance Cabaret Bar at 20.00, Wednesday 3rd March 2010

£8, £7, Members £5

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Subject: RE: Ken Campbell's Ideal Band, Edinburgh FC
From: Johnny J
Date: 01 Mar 10 - 05:56 AM

Obviously, there's not as many strong opinions about this one. However, we'd like to see you along there just the same.

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