John Hinshelwood – acoustic guitar, vocals
Tim Black – acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, vocals
Ed McGlone – bass, Chapman stick, vocals
Event Date: Saturday 16th November 8pm!
Doors Open At: 7pm!
Price: £10.00 Cover at The Door!
Over the last three decades Lanarkshire based singer/songwriter John Hinshelwood’s finely crafted, country tinged songs have firmly established his reputation as a writer and performer of distinction.
He has recorded with, among others, ex Byrd Gene Parsons, legendary Scottish songwriter Rab Noakes, American singer/songwriter Kathy Stewart, and ex Poozie Patsy Seddon, as well as sharing a stage with many distinguished artistes including Roger McGuinn, Tim O’Brien, Darrell Scott, and Martin Simpson.
His live appearances have included Celtic Connections, Highland Festival, Wembley Country Festival, Perth’s Southern Fried Festival, and Summertyne Festival in Newcastle, in addition to headlining at most of the main acoustic music clubs in Scotland and many other venues across the folk/country/Americana music scene.
His CDs ‘Holler til Dawn’, ‘Shattered Pleasures’( a collaboration with Canadian singer Sandra Gellatly), and ‘Lowering the Tone’ have all received widespread critical acclaim, with the prestigious publication Maverick describing the latter as ‘ a superb album full of beautifully crafted songs’. A track from the CD, ‘What’s Left is what’s Right’, reached number 4 in the British/Irish Independent Country music chart.
Vine & Canvas is delighted to have them with us for this special evening!
Please call 01412222911 or E: She8Art@aol.com
to reserve your seat today!
To listen & learn more about The John Hinshelwood Band visit thier website at:
Holler Til Dawn (2002)
This album proves that there are writers and performers in British Country Music who are well worth listening to: fine lyrics, a good range of styles, and admirable musicianship cuts ‘holler til dawn’ from the herd, and should be checked out.
Al Moir, Country Music People
Lowering The Tone (2014)
…an excellent album… reminiscent of the latter day Byrds, Guy Clark, Jackson Browne and Poco (along with a host of others)…..recorded in Glasgow, but you would swear that this was a bunch of grizzled LA veterans sweating it out in Burbank.
Paul Kerr - Blabber and Smoke