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Our first artist every year, for the last 10 years is John Morgan. John lives near Falkirk. He uses a Soltan Expander from which his wonderful sounds and rhythms come.

John Morgan

Our June artist was Gavin Piper who lives in Angus he visited us two years ago so everyone is looking forward to his concert again.

Liam Stewart and Malcolm Ross. Liam is from Ayrshire where he is a teacher.

Seghill Accordion Club Liam Stewart Malcolm Ross

Ray Carse is a regular at our club. He has a comedy act and usually has the audience on stage with musical instruments. Our name: the SEGHILLBILLY  BAND. His music programme is Popular and Continental music. He will be appearing again August 2nd.

Seghill Accordion Club

Leonard Brown from South Shields came to Seghill club at 14 years old. Our youngest member and was influenced by the various styles of our guest artists. 3 years at music college honed his talent and he went on to win two Scottish titles.

His showmanship combined with great skill backed by Malcolm on the drums means they are now one of the most requested duos on the accordion club scene.

Drummer Malcolm comes from Arbroath and had his first professional engagement at the age of 14 and is credited with being the supporting drummer on over 200 vinyl audio videos C D S and d v ds

All the ingredients for a great night of entertainment.

Listen to a sample of Leonard Brown and his band playing The Flying Scotsman

Ray Carse Seghillbilly Band Seghill Accordion Club

A full house being totally immersed and thrilled by the Homelanders.

Seghill Accordion Club

Alan Small and Gemma Donald a wonderful performance, super music.


Was one of our pool supper nights

Free entrance with everyone bringing some food for the table

The North East Mandolin band provided the music and we thank them not only for that but also for their donation for the charity which was the local brownies.

£150 was raised despite being hampered by the Beast Of the East weather.the money was handed over to the brownie leader Sharon Harvey by Sylvia leader of our accordion band

Seghill Accordion Club