AKA Hot Vultures. Back by no popular demand whatsoever. Long unawaited. One summer only, blink and you'll miss it.
See Gigs page for details - also www.facebook.com/hotvultures/
Their first two gigs in Jan 2015, in Hexham and Washington (C.D.!), were both sell-outs - more information will gradually be revealed here: http://broonzies.weebly.com/
Some festival appearances are coming up in summer 2015 - more soon!
The Southport date in December 2013 will now be Maggie solo; it was originally planned to be a double bill with Shelagh McDonald but it turns out that unfortunately Shelagh cannot be there after all.
There's a further performance of Derroll's Dream planned for March 2012, in Antwerp, the city that was Derroll's home for the last thirty years of his life.
Derroll's Dream is a major project devised and directed by Louis (Wiet) van der Liest as a tribute to Derroll Adams. It features seven female singers (including Maggie, who also plays the banjo), Wiet playing violin and Roland on guitar, accompanied by a baroque chamber orchestra. Performances will take place at Brosella festival, the Gentse Feest and Dranouter festival in the summer of 2010.
(2007) An archaeological excavation of Maggie's earlier recorded works has resulted in a compilation called "Bones" that includes tracks from Still Pause ( 1983), A Short Cut (1986), Down To the Bone ( 1993) and some previously unreleased stuff.....also a new recording of "Place Called England". The majority are on CD for the first time. More details plus retail from http://www.frootsmag.com/shop/beatnik/
Dec 13th 2007 in Edinburgh. The enigmatic trio of Stac Lee made their debut appearance during the launch of Malcolm Ross's retrospective CD - Malcolm Ross on vox and guitar, Russell Burn on drums, and Maggie on vox and bass.
Edinburgh Stop the War
Which side are you on?
" They were dispersed; only the vision lingers on!"
Tsunami ceilidh dosh
Tiger Moth Re-formed!
|Tiger Moth's last gig in 1989|
|Jon Moore||Ian Anderson, Maggie Holland, John Maxwell||Rod Stradling|