BARAN: Kilmarnock band and regulars at the Lade Inn for years now, they never fail to get everyone going with their brilliant musicianship using a wide array of instruments (most I have never seen before.electric bagpipe..) and their cheeky comments. Foot stomping and cheering most welcome.
Haggerdash, a band well known in folk circles having played at many
festivals, on the radio and with regular gigs covering Scotland. A trio
consisting of Billy, Davy & David from around Lanarkshire they have
been entertaining crowds for years. From traditional songs to their
own creations they are always going to put a smile on your face with
their tall stories or a song to your lips with their sweet music.
: The name Sannock is an old Scots word for Sandy, and in this case
solo artist Sandy Marshall 'The Scottish Songster', a versatile singer,
songwriter and member of the Perthshire band Tarneybackle. With loads of
excellent recordings to his name, he is always popular when he plays
traditional and contemporay folk songs with favourites such as
"Killiecrankie" and "Wild Mountain Thyme" to Dougie McLean's "Feel So
Near" and "Ready For The Storm" .... a great range of classic songs
performed with passion and panache!
is one of Scotland's popular folk groups, performing a wide range of
traditional and contemporary folk music. The band sing mainly Scottish
folk songs, adding in some tunes and material from North America and
Ireland. John Davidson and Sandy Marshall perorm for us as a duo.
|PURE MALT : Pure Malt was formed by Gordon McDiarmid and wee brother Tam back in 1984, they added a farmer chiel "big Tam" Clark in 2002 with his charismatic banter, natural harmonies and Bothy Ballads. A riotous and funny evening guaranteed with the banter between the band and audience.|
|Music times vary slightly between bands but usually run 8.30-11.30pm
If you are in a band or know of anyone who may be suitable to play at the Lade Inn, please do not hesitate to contact us as we are always on the look out for new and old talent.