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Ags Connolly + George Borowski

String Theory Live

March 9, 2020
Doors open 7pm
Music starts 7.30pm

£5 suggested donation, donation bar

Unit Four: The Cornucopia Room, 4 Towerdykeside, Hawick TD9 9EA

AGS CONNOLLY is a traditional country artist from Oxfordshire, England, considered to be one of the best country singer-songwriters ever to emerge from the UK.

His third album, Wrong Again was released in November 2019 and was described by Bob Harris on BBC Radio 2 as “modern day traditionalism of the very, very best kind”. As with his previous two albums, Wrong Again was named Album of the Month by Country Music People magazine while being described by songwriting legend Tom Russell as “killer”. Meanwhile, US music publications Billboard and Glide Magazine respectively praised the “deep and emotive vocals” and branded the album “a must listen” for fans of “real deal country music”.

Over the years George’s association with an ever-growing list of artistes as diverse as Pixies, Meatloaf, Paul Brady, Sad Café, The Waterboys,Teenage Fanclub, Bonnie Raitt, Radiohead… the list goes on, has earned him the highest level of respect from those on the ‘inside’ whilst also being able to reach and appeal to those on the ‘outside’ with his rarefied combination of presence, performance and beautifully crafted words of art.

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