News from Rab Noakes and Neon Productions

Hiya all
Pardon the multiple posts this week but I keep you all up-to-date with all that’s happening this busy spell before I invite you to re-sign as is my legal obligation under the soon-to-be-introduced GDPR changes.
In early June I’ll be out-and-about with an update of the show Allan Taylor and I do together.
We’ll be at The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool on Friday 1st June, Portsoy Festival on Saturday 2nd June and The Fraser Centre, Milngavie on Sunday 2nd June.
I also have a coupla dates coming up in the Kingdom of Fife.
The first one is in my home-town of Cupar and is a conversation with the sculptor, David Mach as part of Cupart Arts Festival in the Corn Exchange on Sunday 17th June. David’s from Methil so there may be a bit of Fife in the conversation.
The other Fife appaearance will be the official launch of my new album at the Lochgelly Centre on Wednesday 29th August. There’ll be a concert with members of the 70/50 in 2017 band, who all made marvellous contributions to the record, playing songs from it.
Which leads me to something I mentioned in the previous newsletter. There is a Kickstarter campaign, launched in support of the new album, ‘Welcome to Anniversaryville’. It is doing away nicely and I thank everyone who has made a Pledge so far. Here’s the link:-
Please take a look at the range of Pledges/Rewards and join us in supporting what, even though I say it myself, is a pretty good record. I can say that, not in relation to my work but to the quality of the contributions by the musicians, the producers, the visual-artists and all others involved.
Later in the year I’ll be out-and-about with Jill Jackson. We’ll start with a show at the Edinburgh Fringe and then there’ll be a bit of touring in the Autumn. Who knows, we may be somewhere near you. There’ll be more details here soon
So, it’s a year of collaborations. I’m looking forward to that.
Here are some forthcoming dates.
1 Ullapool                                              Ceilidh Place                                            
2 Portsoy                                               9th Haal Folk Festival
3 Milngavie                                           Fraser centre          
All three above are in collaboration with Allan Taylor
17 Cupar                                               Corn Exchange         
In conversation with David Mach (songs included)
12 Edinburgh (Fringe)                             AMC
Above show with Jill Jackson
20 Edinburgh (Fringe)                             AMC                                                                           
29 Lochgelly                                          Lochgelly Centre
Launch of ‘Welcome to Anniversaryville’ which will include a concert with members of the 70/50 in 2017 band featuring songs from the album.                     


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