Randolph's Leap at The Bookhouse Sessions Tickets

The Bookhouse, Monifieth
Friday 4th Oct 2019 7:30pm
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  • Doors: 7:30pm
  • End: 10:00pm

Singer-songwriter Adam Ross is the prolific mastermind behind the music of Randolph’s Leap. Hailing from the quiet seaside town of Nairn in the north-east of Scotland, Adam has been steadily building up an eclectic back-catalogue of uplifting folk-pop - a mixture of solo home recordings and full-band studio epics, his CDs being released on renowned record label, Lost Map Records.
Randolph’s Leap’s sonic world is one of heart-bursting melody, funny and poignant lyrics, lo-fi fuzz and yet more melody. One of Scotland’s most versatile lyricists, Adam’s engaging on-stage persona can captivate a room and his music has been compared to Jonathan Richman, Sufjan Stevens, Belle & Sebastian, The Divine Comedy, Magnetic Fields and Loudon Wainright, a cult following has grown around Adam’s memorable and evocative songs.
In 2018, Adam embarked on a 4-week tour of The Isle of Love, a theatre show inspired by Adam’s lyrics and featuring 21 songs from the Randolph’s Leap back-catalogue. Starring a cast of 5 actors plus Adam as a musical narrator, the play (written by Euan Martin & Dave Smith of Right Lines) tells the story of love and loss on a Hebridean island. The show received 5-star reviews and played to large crowds across the Scottish mainland and Western Isles including sold-out shows in Glasgow’s CCA, Banchory’s Woodend Barn and Findhorn’s Universal Hall.
Adam is currently working on an album of songs inspired by one of his favourite novels. Wild Harbour by Ian Macpherson was written in 1936 and predicted the outbreak of a second world war. In the story, the central characters decide not to fight and instead live out their days in a cave in the Cairngorms.
A great opportunity to see one of Scotland's most critically acclaimed songwriters, performing in the intimate surroundings of The Bookhouse. BYOB (£3 corkage) non-alcoholic refreshments available to purchase.

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