Groove Pad

About

Dougie Mackenzie sang mostly Gaelic songs in his youth but was introduced to folk music at the famed Inverness Folk Song Club run by Duncan MacLennan, who mentored Dougie and gave him numerous songs. He is drawn to Scots ballad language and the stories it carries to us from the past.

Brian Miller is one of the most esteemed singers and guitarists on the Scottish traditional music scene with performing and recording credits, including with his daughter Siobhan Miller, The Occasionals, The Singing Kettle and Tom Paxton. He is still a member of The Stars Band with Arthur Johnstone, Charlie Soane and Gavin Livingstone.

Recently Brian and Dougie have joined forces in the studio and on stage. The album Along The Way by Dougie and Brian was recorded and produced by Ian McCalman at his Kevock Studio and he passed on a copy of the master to Ian Green for a listen. Ian was so impressed with the singing and the selection of songs, plus the quality of the recording, that he immediately contacted Dougie and invited him to join the Greentrax label. Dougie was delighted. After this collaboration Dougie and Brian have officially formed a duo together.

Book Tickets

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Members£6.00 per adult
Non-members£7.00 per adult

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

Book Tickets Online

Map & Directions

Dougie MacKenzie & Brian Miller

Type:Music

Topic Folk Club, 48 Saltaire Road, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD18 3HN
Close window

Call direct on:

Tel01274 586542

Opening Times

Season (30 Mar 2023)
ThursdayOpen

What's Nearby

  1. The Leeds - Liverpool Canal is one of the longest canals in England and passes through…

    0.1 miles away
  2. Four comprehensive art galleries featuring over 400 works by David Hockney. Grade II…

    0.41 miles away
  3. Only by visiting Saltaire United Reformed Church can you fully appreciate its…

    0.48 miles away
  4. Roberts Park has been awarded the prestigious Green Flag award- a benchmark for the best…

    0.59 miles away
  1. Northcliffe Park is made up of Northcliffe Woods and Norman Rae Playing Fields. These…

    0.64 miles away
  2. The Ferniehurst Dell is a historic beauty spot, and woodland recreation area in the…

    0.86 miles away
  3. Britain's oldest working cable hauled tramway opened in 1895 run entirely by volunteers.

    0.89 miles away
  4. Bracken Hall Countryside Centre, located on the edge of Baildon Moor, close to Shipley…

    1.2 miles away
  5. 1.28 miles away
  6. Baildon Moor is a great place for walking and is popular with kite fliers and model…

    1.42 miles away
  7. Hall Cliffe Community Garden is located in half an acre of public open space in Hall…

    1.44 miles away
  8. The seven acre reserve is situated between the River Aire and the Denso Marston factory…

    1.56 miles away
  9. Lister Park was crowned Britain's Best Park in 2006 and is also home to Cartwright Hall…

    1.6 miles away
  10. Built in 1904 in Baroque style as an art gallery. Permanent collection of 19th and 20th…

    1.62 miles away
  11. Peel Park has lots of offer including tennis, bowls and a skate park. There is also a…

    2.3 miles away
  12. Prince of Wales Park near Bingley has a variety of footpaths through wooded grounds, with…

    2.37 miles away
Previous Next

Related

Groove PadGroove Pad Shipley, ShipleyA new bar and coffee shop in Saltaire close to Salt’s Mill with a great range of drinks and cakes as well as regular live music evenings.

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss