Possibly the most remote house concert in the world, it involve a sea voyage across Loch Broom on the West Coast of Scotland or a 2 mile hike, but a warm welcome awaits for those intrepid enough to make it. Find more music like this on Flyinshoes Review
My FSR Music player Enjoy Your Breakfast
John "biscuits and gravy" Davy lives on the outer reaches of the Western Highlands on the off grid community of Scoraig, he and his partner Debbie raise Exmoor Ponies, Cats and Kids and go to the spring for their water and to a windmill for their electricity, so if you email us, please be patient, we need the wind to be in the right direction to reply.
John also goes to the spring for his music, regularly!! Literally treking to gigs all over Scotland (least some of the way, the 3 miles or so to where the tarmac starts) to take in show's. He is the priciple writer for Flyinshoes Review
the House Concert Hubs webzine www.flyinshoesreview.eu
His reviews are featured in Irelands Whisperin & Hollerin http://www.whisperinandhollerin.com
England's Net Rhythms, http://www.netrhythms.co.uk
and is UK correspondent to USA's Americana Homeplace
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