Steve Pilgrim, Raymond Meade, John Rush

Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £9.90 (£9.00)

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Steve Pilgrim returns to Edinburgh for the second time with help from his friends Raymond Meade and John Rush. This event brings 3 acoustic troubadours together for a special night and one-off gig. 

Steve Pilgrim is a Liverpool based songsmith and touring musician. He first reached recognition as part of scouse band 'The Stands' in the early 00's and went onto record and tour with Cast and John Power. For the last ten years Steve has been part of Paul Wellers band. In his time with Paul he has played to millions of people and toured the world eight times, with countless arena and festival appearances. Steve has honed his craft across four studio albums, and most recent a live album 'Magic Strings' recorded with Double Bass legend Danny Thompson (Nick Drake/Pentagle/John Martyn). Steves material is both mournful and celabratory, intimate and honest, with humility and hope at its heart. This show is a fringe event, due the night after Wellers show at Edinburgh castle"Pilgrim is one of the great understated modern day songsmiths. I love his voice, his lyrics, his sense of melody. I hope people get to hear his music, its really something special' -  Paul Weller 2018 

Raymond Meade has played across the world and shared stages with countless established bands such as Queen, Shane MacGowan, The Proclaimers, The Libertines, Kings of Leon and The Fratellis. Hes also been a member of Ocean Colour Scene since 2015, playing to thousands at arena shows and festivals worldwide. His own music is steeped in influences from Tom Petty and The Rolling Stones through to Nivarna and Oasis. He's released 4 solo albums to date, and 2019 saw the release of his latest album "Episodes of Mania", featuring Sex Pistols legend Glen Matlock

Glasgow based singer/songwriter John Rush with his 'folk tinged pop songs' washed down with some amber nectar, has played some of Glasgow's greatest venues such as King Tuts Wha Wha Hut, O2 Academy, Barrowland's & The Royal Concert Hall. Through the years on his travels through NYC, Oslo, London and Cardiff, he has racked up some highly acclaimed support slots with names like Ocean Colour Scene, Jarrod Dickensons, Chris Helme (Seahorses), Declen O'Rourke, and Jam legend Bruce Foxton. John has just celebrated the release of his debut album "Beneath The Apple Tree"