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Yorkston/Thorne/Khan is a new collaborative experimental group: Scottish folk singer-songwriter James Yorkston; award-winning New Delhi sarangi player and Indian classical singer Suhail Yusuf Khan; and jazz bassist Jon Thorne, best known for his work with electro band Lamb.
The trio bring together mournful northern lyricism, Indian classicism and jazzy basslines in an indie-folk world music for the 21st century. Their debut album Everything Sacred, released earlier this year, was praised for its brave originality and contemplative spirituality.
Playing guitar, nyckelharpa, Indian sarangi and bass, the trio tackle a wide range of different sounds and songs, from covers of Ivor Cutler and Lal Waterson, through traditional tunes from Scotland and India, through to jazz and devotional singing.
For this performance they are joined by distinctive young Irish singer Lisa O’Neill.
Bravely Original - ★★★★
There will not be a support act for this event and the advertised start time will be when the concert begins
Supported through the
Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund
Yorkston/Thorne/Khan | The Guardian
Y/T/K | The Scotsman
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This event was part of a previous International Festival and is therefore unavailable to book.
The 2017 International Festival programme is now available to browse online.
|All tickets:||£25 £20|
|Students :||30% off|
|Senior citizens :||30% off|
|BECTU, Equity, MU :||30% off|
|Under 18s:||50% off|
|Young Scot cardholders :||50% off|