BUSKERS’ stage in a 2CV car is an added bonus for fans of Belladrum’s Squre Wheels Potting Shed Stage this year.
The Potting Shed line-up now also comes with the impromptu www.2CVhireLochness.co.uk Buskers Stage, actually made from a classic Citroen 2CV.
Musicians who will appear on the Potting Shed bill include both familiar faces along with some brand new talent from the Highlands and worldwide.
The full line-up presented by The Medicine Show (www.medicinemusic.co.uk) is: Gavin JD Munro’s country music collective Red Pine Timber Company; Bloodshot Records’ recording artist and Chicago’s country music legend Robbie Fulks; Potting Shed favourites Ballachulish Hellhounds; Highland Hillbillies The Federals, back by popular demand Mr Moon & The Thieving Gypsy Ba***rds; one of Scotland’s wittiest and quirkiest songwriters who builds guitars from cigarboxe,s Cigarbox Don Roots & Cheroots Cigarbox Revue; fresh folk from Berlin Hungerhoff & The Wild Roots; highly polished, confident bluesy and soulful fusion from Sienna; Scots country rock act The New Madrids; heavy metal from The Kitty Black Band; Howard Swindells and Chris Roberts as The Hookliners; Cajun fisherman songwriting activist Drew Landry; Scottish writer, broadcaster, journalist and musician Tom Morton; Toronto-based songwriter David Celia; band leader, songwriter and poet, Davy Cowan; Dropkick; Fraser Anderson; Roberto Cassani & The Tickety 2; Gypsy Dave Smith; The Susanna Wolfe Band; Alice Bentley; The Cask; Emma Mitchell; Kate Dunn; Tin Pan Alley; Dave Fleming; Eaglesham & Cowley; Dr Wook; James Mackenzie; Shrew; and finally The Potting Shed compere Fash Stewart & The Great & The Good.
The traditional welcome of the Belladrum Blues Jam on Thursday night kicks proceedings off, this year hosted by Inverness’ Aye2Aye and the Dougie Burns Band.