Steve Daggett and Elliott Morris play Backstage at the Green Hotel Kinross on Thursday 18th August for Mundell Music.

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Daggett & Morris play Kinross In August….


is a UK based singer-songwriter, musician and producer residing in the North East of England. Steve performs solo live shows on acoustic guitar, with gritty soulful vocals and a lonesome harmonica. He is also a long time associate and current member of   legendary folk/rock group LINDISFARNE after rejoining the band on their reformation in 2013.

The distinctive original songwriting style and charged live solo performances make him a ‘must go and see’ artist.

His live show also features some unique, inspired personal interpretations of some classic songs by early influences.

To date, he has released 3 official albums and an extended single* of his own works.

2000: ‘Troubadour Territory’ : en-masse music

2004: ‘Thud, Thwack and Twang’ : MWM records *

2006: ‘Songs in a carrier bag’ : MWM records

2010: ‘Without’ : MWM records

Since then several limited edition CD releases have been issued – available from live shows only.

This year will see Steve in the studios recording a new album of original songs with a hopefully intended Autumn release.

Elliott Morris

Daggett & Morris Play Kinross In August

Elliott Morris

With hundreds of gigs behind him – and a coveted Danny Kyle Award from Celtic Connections 2013 – Elliott Morris has a formidable reputation as one of the hardest-working and most sought-after young artists on the acoustic scene.

The singer-songwriter, featured in Acoustic magazine as ‘The Next Big Thing’, taps the strings and beats the guitar’s body to create an intricate spectacle, together with an original and unique sound integral to his songs.

Half English, half Scottish and raised in Wales and Lincolnshire, Elliott has always been one to enjoy travelling, and this is evident in his almost constant touring schedule. He’s played all across the British Isles, from Orkney to Plymouth, Boston to Llangrannog, Belfast to Clonakilty.