The next day we were up early to play our next gig in an old folks home. Carol Main, director of LMN Scotland was also in attendance and took this photo of us. Our tunes went down really well and we got a great response from the audience.
The second gig of the day was in the afternoon and took place in another old folks home. The audience here were not as visibly response, although one lady did get up and dance with one of the carers!
The following day we attended another Granny Green performance which took place at Glaitness School in Kirkwall, and the girls put on a great show here!
That night was our final gig of the tour and took place at the Festival Club. It was quite a long slot, consisting of two 45 minute sets and so we were put under pressure to deliver our very best. In the first half of the gig we played all fiddle and flute tunes, with just one whistle solo by Ryan and uilleann pipes just before the break in "The Windmill Set".
The second half of the set consisted of fiddle and uilleann pipes, with me playing a fiddle solo before finishing with our final set of tunes. We absolutely loved the night and received great feedback from the audience.
The next day we flew back to Glasgow (not without a hitch..!). We are really looking forward to playing our next LMN at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August.