Heron Valley Photo by Euan Robertson

FARMINGTON — Old South Church Concert Series organizers plan to bring Scotland’s high energy band Heron Valley  at 7 p.m.. Thursday, Sept. 7, to the church at 235 Main St.

Heron Valley hails from Scotland with musical roots tied to Scottish and Irish traditional music, including traditional Scots song and Scottish piping tunes. The four-piece group includes Abigail Pryde on fiddle, guitar and vocals; Keith Morrison on keyboard; Alastair Maclean on bagpipes; and Callum Cronin on bass guitar. 

Coming from vastly different areas of Scotland, their audiences are sure to hear an excellent story or two and maybe even some Scots language lessons. Inspired by their previous three tours of the U.S., the band has been developing their sound, shaped by the people they have met and the beautiful lands they encountered. 

With a mix of traditional Scots and original songs, they tell stories from the places where they were born. From the Atlantic islands of the Outer Hebrides to the hills of Argyll, these musicians are passionate about their heritage. 

Tickets cost $25 for adults, $20 for senior citizens and students. 

To purchase a ticket, or for more information, call 207-491-5919 or visit eventbrite.com. Tickets will be available at the door as space allows. 


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