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Mundell Music Presents
Dave Arcari & Ismo Haavisto
with Dave Arcari
Thu November 28, 2019 8:00 pm GMT (Doors: 7:00 pm )
Backstage at The Green Hotel , The Muirs, Kinross (map)
All Ages
GBP15.00

Scottish & Finnish musicians won’t let Brexit spoil their plans

BUZZ RECORDS Suite 1.1
34 St Enoch Square Glasgow G1 4DF Scotland, UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1360 870248

 

BREXIT or no Brexit, deal or no deal – whatever the outcome of the tiresome fiasco, Scottish bluesmanDave Arcari and his Scandinavian counterpart Ismo Haavisto, from Finland, won’t be letting it scupper their plans for a series of Scottish shows together in late November.

The two musicians became firm friends after a they played a series of shows together in Finland earlier in the year. Plans were quickly put in place for Haavisto to make his Scottish debut as Arcari’s special guest at shows at Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh (Wednesday 27 November)Backstage at the Green Hotel, Kinross(Thursday 28 November)The Blue Lamp, Aberdeen (Friday 29 November) and The Hug & Pint, Glasgow(Saturday 30 November).

Indeed, Arcari’s thoughts on the political climate are documented in his latest single Brexit Blues – a song, he says is nether pro-, nor anti-, Brexit adding: “...the song is more a reflection on the clusterf*ck around it.”

Arcari has just returned from his third USA tour of 2019 – a series of trips which have seen him cover the west – which included the summer launch of the ‘Dave Arcari signature model' guitar from California-based National Reso-Phonic Guitars, the mid-West and, on this latest jaunt, the east coast.

The signature guitar project began earlier in the year when Arcari made his California debut demonstrating instruments on National Reso-Phonic’s booth at the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants)Show in Anaheim as well as performing a string of dates in and around Los Angeles.
 

Dave Arcari

Scottish & Finnish musicians won’t let Brexit spoil their plans

BUZZ RECORDS Suite 1.1
34 St Enoch Square Glasgow G1 4DF Scotland, UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1360 870248

BREXIT or no Brexit, deal or no deal – whatever the outcome of the tiresome fiasco, Scottish bluesmanDave Arcari and his Scandinavian counterpart Ismo Haavisto, from Finland, won’t be letting it scupper their plans for a series of Scottish shows together in late November.

The two musicians became firm friends after a they played a series of shows together in Finland earlier in the year. Plans were quickly put in place for Haavisto to make his Scottish debut as Arcari’s special guest at shows at Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh (Wednesday 27 November)Backstage at the Green Hotel, Kinross(Thursday 28 November)The Blue Lamp, Aberdeen (Friday 29 November) and The Hug & Pint, Glasgow(Saturday 30 November).

Indeed, Arcari’s thoughts on the political climate are documented in his latest single Brexit Blues – a song, he says is nether pro-, nor anti-, Brexit adding: “...the song is more a reflection on the clusterf*ck around it.”

Arcari has just returned from his third USA tour of 2019 – a series of trips which have seen him cover the west – which included the summer launch of the ‘Dave Arcari signature model' guitar from California-based National Reso-Phonic Guitars, the mid-West and, on this latest jaunt, the east coast.

The signature guitar project began earlier in the year when Arcari made his California debut demonstrating instruments on National Reso-Phonic’s booth at the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants)Show in Anaheim as well as performing a string of dates in and around Los Angeles.

“It was exciting to be pulling together the dream guitar,” says Arcari. “And to do so with a company synonymous with blues music and the development of resonator guitars is a real privilege.”

Arcari has been playing National Reso-Phonic guitars professionally for more than 20 years and has a long- standing relationship with the company.

“When I first started playing these guitars in the 1990s I never dreamt our relationship would evolve into what it is today,” he says.

Haavisto is one of Finland’s top musicians and has represented his country at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, USA and at the European Blues Challenge in Berlin. As well as fronting three of his bands covering rockabilly, soul and blues genres, it’s his solo ‘one man band’ incarnation showcased on his latest album – The Blues Has Chosen Me – that he brings to Scotland in November.