KRIS DREVER

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TUE OCT 15TH
DOORS 8PM
TICKETS £15 ADV

Kris Drever is a Scottish folk singer songwriter, who has won multiple awards including an incredible 7 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, two shortlist nominations for Scottish Album of The Year (with his trio Lau) and much acclaim for his solo recordings and concerts including glowing reviews from The Herald, The Guardian, Mojo and Q Magazine. His most recent (John Parish produced) album with Lau, Midnight and Closedown was released in February 2019 by Reveal Records to wild acclaim. Kris started the new year with sold out concert hall tours with both Lau and The Lost Words project https://www.thelostwords.org

In January Kris played a 1,500 capacity, sold out, St James’ Theatre Glasgow with full orchestra re-imagining key songs from his career to date including his pro-immigration anthem for our times ‘Ghosts’. May 2019 is a chance to hear him up close and personal as he takes in many intimate listening rooms, performing solo across the UK before joining back up with Lau for summer festivals. 

Drever’s voice and guitar form a part of the backbone of today’s contemporary roots and folk scene. Hugely admired as a solo artist, collaborator, a phenomenal and prolific artist. Kris has collaborated with Cream’s Jack Bruce, Bela Fleck, Tinariwen, Joan As Police Woman, Jerry Douglas, Danny Thompson, Tim O’Brien, Sarah Jarosz, Shawn Colvin, Phil Cunningham, Rosanne Cash, Roddy Woomble, Eddi Reader, Adem, Kate Rusby, Julie Fowlis, Karine Polwart, Seckou Keita  and many more. One of Scotland’s finest and most in demand musicians.




‘Kris Drever is a serious talent’

Mojo Magazine



“The folk revival has a new standard bearer”

Q Magazine



“Folk Singer of The Year  & Best Original Track Award Winner’’

BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2017



'Utterly stunning' 

fROOTS



'Immense yet ultra-supple sophistication, musician

-ship of the first order ...a breath of fresh air' 

Songlines


Guitarist with that bravely experimental trio Lau,

Kris Drever has all the makings of a solo celebrity

**** The Guardian