Monday, October 31, 2011

Mary Coughlan Gig 1st November not sold out just yet


This is a one off chance to see this great lady. She is on radio Scotland latter today give us a call and book some tickets

Friday, October 28, 2011

Just a few tables left for 31st December

Hogmanay has come around so fast again this year. We have filled all our bedrooms but still have a few tables left for dinner and brunch on the 1st.
Dinner is £65.00 per person and includes Disco and 6 course dinner.
to book call the Inn on 01334 840494

Orleans 1st ever Gig in Scotland 2&3rd November filling fast

Best known for “Dance With Me” and “Still the One,” Orleans has more than earned its place in American pop culture history, and continues to sound better than ever. The Orleans Trio, with original members Lance and Larry (lead voice on all the hits) Hoppen, plus Dennis "Fly" Amero is an intimate, "semi-unplugged" version of this prestigious and legendary group. Vibrant harmonies, signature guitar work and a deep, broad catalog of classics plus impressive NEW tunes make this show a favorite for all live music lovers. Their audience rapport, humor, onstage chemistry and versatility are proof that Orleans, in any configuration, is indeed "STILL THE ONE" and "STILL HAVIN' FUN"!
to book just call the Inn 01334 840494

One off Gig in the East Of Scotland this year

Tuesday 01 November 2011
Mary Coughlan book ticket is filling quickly!!


Born 5 May 1956, Co.Galway, Eire. This acclaimed Irish singer's troubled upbringing manifested itself in an erratic career path, including stints as a model and a street-sweeper.

After moving to London in the mid-70s she married and began raising a family, before terminating the union and returning to Galway with her children. She began her singing career in 1984, working with Dutch producer Erik Visser (who became her long-term collaborator).

The following year she made an acclaimed appearance on the Late Late Show and recorded her first album, which showcased her powerful and bluesy jazz stylings and became an unexpected bestseller in her native Ireland. Despite her ongoing personal problems, Coughlan continued to reap praise for her recorded output on WEA Records. On Under The Influence she revived the 1948 Peggy Lee hit "Don't Smoke In Bed" and the Billie Holiday ballad "Good Morning Heartache", as well as Christy Moore's "Ride On".

In 1988, Coughlan made her acting debut in Neil Jordan's High Spirits, and released Ancient Rain. Her fourth album, Uncertain Pleasures, was recorded in England with producer Peter Glenister, former musical director for Terence Trent D'Arby.

It included new compositions by Mark Nevin (Fairground Attraction) and Bob Geldof as well as cover versions of the Rolling Stones' "Mother's Little Helper" and the Elvis Presley hit "Heartbreak Hotel".

Monday, October 24, 2011

Ghost


OOOOOOOOOOOh no Carly thinks she seen a Ghost here at the Inn.

Today at the Inn

Morning everyone.  We have a nice Busy week with Functions.  We have 2 new members of Staff starting today, so good luck to them.  Have a Great week everyone.