Past Events
Tachartasan a tha Seachad

05 June 2024 - Rosie H Sullivan

The final concert before our summer break was with the singer-songwriter Rosie H Sullivan.  The floor spots were local Ró Ó hEadhra (performing solo for the first time), and Eoghan Farren, visiting from Ireland.  

01 May 2024 - Jack Badcock

An evening of stunning songs and the release of the new album by Jack Badcock.  Support slot by Lewis Stevens.  

03 April 2024 - Peter MacPherson and Teya-Jean Bawden

A beautiful evening on traditional and newly written songs in English and Gaelic by Highland based singers.  Support slot by Siobhan Neylon.  

06 March 2024 - Ciorstaidh Chaimbeul and Liam Ross

Two fine Highland artists performed very different sets at this sold out double header concert.  

07 February  2024 - Anne Martin & Ingrid Henderson

Sold out a month in advance this was a very special evening of Gaelic music and song from two of the Highland's finest traditional artists.  A quote from an audience member on social media: "The Inverness Acoustic Music Club put on such an incredible concert on Wednesday night (yes, out on a school night!!).  Stunning melodies and delivery from Anne Martin and sensitive, often funky and always inspiring playing on the clarsach from Ingrid Henderson NicEanraig. And always a great story behind the song.And even the opportunity to meet great folk and practise my Gaidhlig with patient people. Tapadh leibh uile." 

 03 January 2024 - Mckerron Brechin Ó hEadhra & friends

It was an evening of music, songs, stories and laughs with the club full of friends, family and visitors.  Guest performers were George and Tony from Correlach, and the family - Brian Ó hEadhra, Fionnag NicChoinnich, Órla Ní Eadhra and Ró Ó hEadhra.  

 06 December 2023 - Rachel Walker & Aaron Jones

It was such a pleasure to welcome Rachel and Aaron to the club where they sang a mix of their own material and traditional songs in Gaelic and English.  The gig sold out in record breaking time.  

 01 November 2023 - Seán Gray | Lewis Stevenson

We had a beautiful Samhain evening with Seán and Lewis playing mostly new material in Scots and English.  

 04 October 2023 - Josie Duncan & Scott C. Park

Due to illness, Micheal McGovern couldn't join us this evening but Josie and Scott played a blinder to a sold-out audience who were mesmerised by their beautiful songs, harmony, humour and performance.  It was great to get to know the singers during their stay in Inverness and we look forward to having Michael sing for us in the future.  

 06 September 2023 - Amy Henderson & Dagger Gordon | Ruairidh Gollan & Calum McIlroy

A concert of fab tunes and songs from two local duos.  On this beautiful, warm, September evening the club was full, and we were treated to traditional and contemporary songs and tunes played on accordion, bouzouki, mandolin (x2), and guitar.   Bliss! 

 2 August 2023 - Corralach & Hamish MacDonald

Another full house with local acts Corralach (George Livingstone & Tony Perridge) and Hamish MacDonald.  Floor spot was Lewis Stevenson.  The night was full of song and banter from the Scots traditions and new material.  So wonderful to have these local singers with us.  

05 July 2023 - Rebecca Hill & Charlie Stewart

A truly mesmerising evening of traditional and contemporary music by the stunning duo of Rebecca Hill and Charlie Stewart.  The event was sold out and the duo had the whole audience entranced with their music.  Brian Ó  hEadhra & Fionnag NicChoinnich sang a few Gaelic songs as a floor-spot.  Charlie and Rebecca joined in.  

07 June 2023 - Calum Alex Macmillan with Ross Martin

A full house with many Gàidhlig speakers, singers, and musician in the audience.  Andrew Haycock who is living in Dingwall did the opening slot with finger picking guitar.  We had a surprise guest with the famous Gaelic singer Griogair Labhruidh who agreed to sing two beautiful songs for us.  Calum Alex and Ross were on great form and played a stunning set of songs and tunes from the Gaelic/Highland tradition.  

03 May 2023 - Dorec-a-bell

The Inverness Acoustic Music Club was packed on Wednesday 03 May for a special performance by the trio Dorec-a-belle (normally a 5 piece). The band, made up of Maryann Frew, Bev Fraser, and Liza Mulholland, played a set of beautiful songs, both newly composed and some covers, with three-part harmony and guitar, accordion, and saxophone.

The crowd was immediately captivated by Dorec-a-belle's warm and inviting sound. The band's harmonies were pitch-perfect, and their instrumental playing was tight and polished. They played a wide variety of songs, from folk tunes to contemporary covers. 

There were two guest floor spots, songwriters Chris Roberts and Dougie Burns. Both Roberts and Burns are talented songwriters with a gift for melody and lyrics. Their songs were well-received by the crowd, and they added to the overall sense of celebration that filled the room.

Dorec-a-belle put on a truly memorable performance at the Inverness Acoustic Music Club. Their music was beautiful, their harmonies were perfect, and their energy was infectious. The crowd was clearly moved by their performance.

5 April 2023 - Katie MacFarlane & Pablo Lafuente

3 March 2023  - Brian Ó hEadhra & Fionnag NicChoinnich & Guests (Inaugural Club Night Fundraiser) 


Ró Ó hEadhra, Fionnag NicChoinnich, Brian Ó hEadhra

 01 November 2023 - Seán Gray | Lewis Stevenson