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Dynamic folk band Full Tilt head to Elgin with a show and music workshop

By David Porter

Following a knock out debut tour in August, the band Full Tilt are back out on tour in November taking in venues all over the country.

Full Tilt, which brings together the musical talents of Gemma Donald, Brian Nicholson, Alan Small and Manus McGuire, will be playing at St Giles, Church, Elgin on Saturday, November 2.

They will appear with special guests Allan Taylor, Geordie Murison and Jim Taylor and Joe Aitken.

The concert starts at 7.30pm, doors open 7pm.

This tour is a little different to the last as they are recording every concert with plans to release a live album in early 2020.

The group is also holding a music workshop during the day which is open to all ages and abilities.

This will take place at the Williamson Hall, Elgin from 2pm to 4pm.

Full Tilt aim to provide their audience with a diverse range of music from Shetland, Scotland, Ireland and beyond.

The energetic and lively sound they produce, along with the expression and heart-felt emotion they are able to put into their music,comes across in every performance.

Each of the members are successful musicians in their own right, having performed all over the world both individually and with other bands.

The Elgin show is one in a series being played by Full Tilt with their Scottish tour starting in Banchory on Friday, November 1and include another date in the north-east with a concert at the Commercial Hotel, Cuminestown, near Turriff on Thursday, November 28.

To hear the band‚ unique sound and blend of styles at their Elgin show, pick up your ticket now at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/full-tilt-live-album-tour-elgin-tickets-73370614483?aff=PR1

Tickets are also available locally from Sound and Vision, 14 South Street, Elgin on 01343 543778

A full list of tour dates available on the website at https://fulltilt.band/upcoming-shows

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