The Jellyman’s Daughter & Roseanne Reid

The Jellyman’s Daughter & Roseanne Reid

October 21, 2022
Start time - 20:00
Grovepark Hall (Community Central Halls)



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The Jellyman’s Daughter & Roseanne Reid at Grovepark Hall (Community Central Halls)

We have a fantastic double bill here with two up and coming Scottish acts.

Emily Kelly and Graham Coe are Edinburgh-based duo The Jellyman’s Daughter.

“Somewhere between the realms of folk, bluegrass, pop, rock and chamber music, Emily Kelly and Graham Coe let go of any sense of trepidation and go on to develop a deeply soulful, break-neck amalgam of old-time and new age roots influences alike.”

Singing with an affinity and closeness that can often have audiences puzzling over who is singing which harmony line, Emily’s honeyed voice and Graham’s soft introspective tone have an almost matching vocal range. Their songs can range from a simple plaintive wisp of a feeling to ambitious musical endeavours incorporating guitar, mandolin and Graham’s often-unconventional cello playing, which can range from powerful, driving rhythmic propulsion to delicate, sonorous underscoring. They are also regularly accompanied by their band which can feature bass, drums and innovative 5-string banjo playing.

Recent years have seen the pair touring internationally in support of their sophomore album Dead Reckoning playing at prestigious festivals from Celtic Connections in Glasgow to Port Fairy Folk Festival in Australia as well as SXSW 2021.

2022 will see them recording their third full length album with plans to release in 2023.

When they draw the map of authentic Americana, historians may not previously have thought of using marker pins for the cities of Leith, Edinburgh and Dundee. Now they’ll have too, in order to record the rapid rise of Roseanne Reid. Following a couple of acclaimed EP releases, Trails — the debut album by the Scottish troubadour and eldest daughter of The Proclaimers’ Craig Reid — announced the official arrival of a singular new voice in folk-roots / Americana music.

It was recorded in Brook lyn with an A-team of players expertly corralled by the album’s producer and an artist from fine musical stock of his own, Teddy Thompson. “Teddy is very sympathetic to this genre, what works and what doesn’t, and he’s got the experience in both areas,” says Reid of her producer. “He’s got such an unbelievable ear for these things. It was amazing to watch how he works. I feel very fortunate to have had him on board.”

The album was met with across the board approval from UK press including The Sun (****) , Uncut (8/10) and Times Culture , the latter also including the record in their end of year “Best Of’ listings” Roseanne toured the album throughout the year following the release, supporting such luminaries as Kathy Mattea, Ricky Ross, Dave Alvin & Jimmy Dale Gilmour and the late Justin Townes Earle.

Festivals in 2019 included both The Black Deer festival and The Long road as well as a trip to Nashville to play three shows at the annual Americana Festival there. Whilst in Nashville , Roseanne recorded The September Tapes which included her own sublime version of the Miley Cyrus song “Malibu” and became her first release of 2020 .

Lockdown and cancelled tours (Teddy Thompson , The Wandering Hearts ) in 2020 saw Roseanne do a series of popular live streams from her garden through the summer. Her interest in horticulture inspired her to enrol in a degree course whilst also becoming very adept at recording at home .

These two new skills inspired last years E.P ‘Horticulture’ , a collection of four new songs written and recorded during the confines of Covid .


Grovepark Hall (Community Central Halls)

Community Central Hall was established over 40 years ago as a community trust providing facilities and services to the local community. As a local charity, CCH is responsible for the operation of the 22,000 square feet building on Maryhill Road and a range of services covering babies to older people. We pride ourselves in the diversity of services we offer. Community Central Hall was established in 1976 following a local community campaign to secure the continued use of the Methodist Central Hall. In 1977 Strathclyde Regional Council bought the building for community use and handed over day to day management to a community development trust, Community Central Hall.

Address - Grovepark Hall, 292-316 Maryhill Road, Glasgow G20 7YE

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Accessibility - Lift at main entrance takes you to the venue.

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