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More acts added to the line-up for this year’s Hebridean Celtic Festival

More acts have been added to the line-up for this year’s main music festival in the Outer Hebrides.

Another ten artists and bands from Scotland, England and Ireland are confirmed today for the Hebridean Celtic Festival ahead of day tickets going on sale tomorrow.

Already, six performers, including headliners KT Tunstall, The Shires and Tide Lines, have been announced.

HebCelt runs from July 17-20 in Stornoway.

The latest names to be added are Irish duo Hudson Taylor, renowned Scottish singer songwriter Kris Drever and newcomers Ferris & Sylvester, from London.

HebCelt director Caroline Maclennan said: “We are very excited by the acts we are announcing today. They all bring something different to an outstanding and varied main arena line-up.

“As in previous years, our audience will enjoy some of the best traditional musicians and also some who are on the brink of stardom.”

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Hudson Taylor comprise brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson-Taylor who have been growing their fanbase out of Ireland and have recently completed a US tour, a sold-out, six-night show in Dublin and supported Hozier on the US leg of his 2018 tour.

The pair found fame after a YouTube video of them busking on Dublin’s Grafton Street went viral. Since then their captivating folk-pop songs have earned them a growing reputation and following, with online videos attracting millions of viewers.

Tide Lines and Talisk confirmed for 2019 HebCelt line-up

Kris Drever has enjoyed success as a solo artist and as part of folk band Lau. In 2017 he won BBC Radio 2’s Folk Singer of The Year and Best Original Track awards. His trio features Louie Abbott (Admiral Fallow) and Euan Burton.

The London-based songwriting duo Issy Ferris and Archie Sylvester formed in 2017, having played the same venue for six months without performing together and are now being tipped for success.

Among the other acts announced today are JigJam, an Irish multi-award-winning quartet who blend traditional Irish music with Bluegrass and Americana in a genre known as I-Grass.

Eabhal, from South Uist, were named Hands Up For Trad, Battle of the Folk Bands 2018 winners and nominated for Up and Coming Artist of the Year at the 2018 Scots Trad Music Awards.

Also in the line-up is Lewis band Face The West.

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