In the space of only a short few years and three stellar albums, Blue Rose Code, Edinburgh-born Ross Wilson, has gone from the obscurity of an East London flat to being celebrated as a legacy artist whose work stands alone, unsullied by the restrictions of a trend.
Touring almost constantly, he pays his dues the old-fashioned way, changing line-up and arrangement of songs depending on the gig and, as such, he'll perform tonight in a stripped-down trio format.
'imagine John Martyn meeting a young Van Morrison and being shipwrecked with a bundle of Chet Baker records' Time Out
'Wilson's songwriting is fantastically varied, and as witty and knowing on the one hand as it can be heartbreaking and sentimental on the other' The Herald
Support comes from the hugely talented Perth singer-songwriter Beth Malcolm.
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