Little Sisters to officially debut  on the 23rd of December at Madhatters.

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Around this time last year we were recommending that folk see Samantha Begg play the Market Bar. This year with a change of format the sentiment is the same, whilst the venue has changed and the line up has been extended.

Little Sisters has evolved from the relationship between Samantha and Barry Mackay that saw them play a few gigs very early in the year (our apologies if we have missed something). Initially added to the mix was singer songwriter Megan Blyth (an interview from whom is forthcoming) who has been working hard to build her profile in her area, winning acclaim everywhere she goes. Regular musical associates of  Barrys, Andrew Stewart on bass and the drumming of Tom Fullerton, complete the mix.

Whilst the music of the band is currently under wraps, it is described as “an array of ‘feel good’ bouncy songs bound to get any audience on the dance floor.” An intriguing proposition to say the least, with the live set of predominantly original material.

Little Sisters to officially debut at Madhatters on the 23rd of December at Madhatters, as support to Always the Sixth.

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