Rich, story driven songwriting, enchanting acoustic pluck and a fantastic folk/rock style that just keeps giving. Welcome to the exciting new world of “The Lucky Doves”, an emerging Five piece from Scotland currently bringing their mesmerising melodies to venues far and wide. Their sound is like what would happen if you combined The Pogues and The Waterboys into one slick sound.
Front man Grant Dinwoodie first got into music as a child when he would listen to folk and traditional songs while learning to play accordion. He knew straight away that this is what he wanted to do with his life. He began gigging by the time he was Thirteen. It took him years to find his voice, but he’s finally discovered it now.
The result is a sound that is thick, worldly and oozing in originality. After playing in a blues outfit for some years he decided to move on and really immersed himself in songwriting during lockdown.
Although he’s releasing a string of new songs under his solo act, he’s currently launching onto the music scene with his latest band “The Lucky Doves”. The sound is brought together with Band members Dave Bass – guitar, Jamie McClennan – Fiddle, Mark Irving – Bass and Fergus Henderson on Drums.
There are only a limited number of tickets available to be part of the live audience and we want to offer everyone the chance to enjoy this show so we are Live Streaming this event to your home too.
ACCESSIBILITY: The online livestream of the show will be captioned. If you are D/deaf and hard of hearing and would like to attend the show at Theatre Royal, you can request a BSL interpreter. The deadline for BSL requests is Friday 9th July. Please email us for more information, or visit our accessibility page, by clicking here.
This event is part of the D&G Arts Festival at Hame programme. You can find out more about our online Festival programme and explore what’s on by clicking here.
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Website: Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival