Jenn Butterworth & Laura-Beth Salter

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Past shows

  • The Blas Collective - Live from Bar Bloc (Glasgow)

    This show was on Dec 8th, 2014 | 41 people watched
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    • Dec 9
      Loved the show. Shame about video quality. Also - lost connection for about 15 mins.
    • Dec 9
      Great music but a bit pointless when you cannot see the band especially the lovely Jenn and Laura Beth
    • Dec 9
      Great fun! Woop!
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  • The Scottish Situation: Jenn Butterworth & Laura-Beth Salter

    This show was on Aug 7th, 2014 | 31 people watched
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    • Aug 8
    • Aug 8
      2 great voices. The video was ok, sound was awesome.
    • Aug 8
      Two fantastic musicians with an obvious rapport and sense of fun. It was like having them in the living room.
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Uniting two powerful voices with guitar and mandolin, Jenn Butterworth and Laura-Beth Salter are both key players in Glasgow’s world-renowned grassroots folk scene, with their new duo partnership channelling that tumultuous creative energy into a mix of Celtic and Americana material.

Jenn Butterworth is one of Scotland’s foremost female guitarists, and has toured extensively with the... more

Uniting two powerful voices with guitar and mandolin, Jenn Butterworth and Laura-Beth Salter are both key players in Glasgow’s world-renowned grassroots folk scene, with their new duo partnership channelling that tumultuous creative energy into a mix of Celtic and Americana material.

Jenn Butterworth is one of Scotland’s foremost female guitarists, and has toured extensively with the award winning Anna Massie Band. As an accompanist she is in high demand, her most recent collaborations have involved artists such as Phil Cunningham and Nuala Kennedy. Laura-Beth Salter takes influence from the Oldtime and Bluegrass music that her parents played whilst she was growing up in Lincolnshire. After spending time studying a Traditional Music Degree in Newcastle she became heavily involved in the folk scene. She is a founding member of The Shee and her most recent collaborations involve Shooglenifty and The MacLean Project led by the world renowned Perthshire singer Dougie MacLean.

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