Emerging talent stars celebrate festival success

TRADITIONAL music fans were treated to top performances by the winners of this year's Danny Kyle's Open Stage.

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Finalists wowed the crowds at the finale concert
Finalists wowed the crowds at the finale concert

The six acts have been competing for a slot at the finale concert almost every evening during the Celtic Connections festival at Adelaides in Bath Street.

Named in honour of the late Danny Kyle, a passionate supporter of traditional music, and sponsored by the Evening Times, it offers emerging talent the chance to be showcased at the festival.

Scottish folk trio Hò Rò, 16-year-old Griogair Morrison from Orkney, Glasgow's The Mischa Macpherson trio, The Chaplins from Paisley, Arthur Nicholson and Austen George all took to the stage at the event on Saturday night.

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