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Raintown and Katee Kross

Published: Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Raintown and Katee Kross

Raintown and Katee Kross

Raintown fuse a passion for Country Music with their eclectic musical influences and continue the tradition of exciting new music to emerge from Scotland. Their electrifying live performances and well crafted songs have elevated this impressive duo to new heights and cemented their place as one of the UK’s leading ‘new breed’ of Country acts. They will be exclusively showcasing brand new material at this special East Kilbride show.

Raintown have firmly established themselves as one of the best live acts in the UK, with stellar performances at C2C-Country2Country Festival, Nashville Meets London, Party at the Palace, Belladrum Festival, supporting Deacon Blue at Montrose Music Festival and Runrig at the iconic Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London.

Katee Kross is one of the fastest rising stars on the rapidly growing UK Country scene.  This 22 year old, Glasgow native, has already gained an impressive live CV, performing at the likes of Wembley Arena, SEE Hydro and the world famous King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut; working with with some fantastic and diverse artists, such as Seasick Steve, Dougie MacLean, Barbara Dickson, James Grant and Findlay Napier.

Along with her fantastic band, The Amberjax they recently headlined the Country on the Clyde weekend, winning over a large number of new fans and fantastic reviews. 2018 also saw them appear at 11 festivals across the UK, with C2C Glasgow (SSE Acoustic Stage), Burnsfest, Mugstock and Millport Country Music Festival amongst them.

Don’t miss this exciting evening. Order your tickets today.

Available to book online or by calling East Kilbride Arts Centre on 01355 261000.

Date: 17 Aug 2019

Time: 7:30pm

Cost: £12.00

Venue: Village Theatre East Kilbride


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