A wonderful mix of original and traditional songs or traditional music sessions.
Every night is different. Check the gig guide for listings Gig Guide Edinburgh music listings
Come to Captain's for a traditional Scottish music session
or Scottish folk singing session, variations of different dates
Can be found playing violin in various sessions and also working behind the bar or excersing his arm on the ther side of the bar
Sean Paul booms out some of the folk favourites,
usually joined by a friend on accordian
Cathal Macconnell, Irish flute player and member of "Boys of the Lough"
.Ewen Forfar - Craggy voiced Ewen brings his special blend of Americana, Blues and Country. Ewen delights us with his songs and is always able to stop for a chat or impart some rarely known facts. Ewen is a vauled member of a ceilidh band and is also able to play traditional Scottish tunes.
Jack Badcock and Ciaran Ryan. Jack guitar and vocals, Ciaran on banjo and fiddle give us a fantastic and youthful traditional Scots music session. Joined by friends on various instruments.
Neil Thomson. Neil has been entertaining in pubs on the Scottish Folk scene for many years and brings his experience and knowledge to Captains. Neil is as at home with the Scottish classics such as "Dumbartons Drums" or the "Bonnie lass of Fyvie" as he is with American or popular songs.
Henry Ibbs. Henry will delight and shock you with his unusual choice of songs. Henry does a lovely version of the traditional Robert Tannahill ballad "Jessie, the Flower of Dunblane, " but is just as happy with "The Power of Love" Should come with a WARNING that he contains opinions and humour.
Tartan party. Wear tartan and come along for bagpipes, music and fun. Open till late. Party starts 8.30pm.
Louise Marshall Millington plays bagpipes
If you're Irish come in to the parlour! great music, lephrechauns and party till 1am
THANKS EVERYONE FOR COMING. A GREAT DAY.
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