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Kris Drever

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Kris Drever is an Orcadian multi-instrumentalist, from singing and guitar playing to banjo and double bass. He has been in great demand since moving to Edinburgh in 1995. Kris has done a myriad of different projects, quickly moving from traditional pub sessions to the gigging circuit, playing large tours of the United States and Chile with dance show Celtic Fusion. After leaving the show Kris began working with Fine Friday, and also worked as a session musician for a variety of artists including Battlefield Band, John McCusker, Kathie Ryan, Harem Scarem, Clare McLaughlin and with his father, folk singer and guitarist Ivan Drever. Kris has toured much of Europe, Canada and Australia with Fine Friday and many others. He has also toured Canada with trumpeteer and fiddler Daniel Lapp and England, Ireland and Wales with folk superstar Kate Rusby. Kris also performed with Eamonn Coyne and plays in the John McCusker band and Session A9 and in 2005 joined forces with Aidan O’Rourke and Martin Green to form the trio Lau - just signed to Reveal Records.

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  • the_slider04

    Greetings from Russia! Bought "Black Water" while on holyday on Skye, by the recommendation of the music shop keeper, really enjoyed the whole CD!

    5 Aug 2011 Reply
  • Mullington

    Enjoyed Harvest Gypsies.

    31 Jan 2011 Reply
  • aMBiAlex

    his new cd's a good 'un too

    2 Apr 2010 Reply
  • lastadms

    Do you mean the one with Eamonn Coyne? It was an amazing version of Honk Toot, which they called "Honk Tout de Suite", I think.

    17 Apr 2009 Reply
  • mad_goldfish

    Just been watching him supporting Kate Rusby, and there was a phenomenal air near the end of the set. Going to have to dig out the Black Water album, but anyone know what the air might have been?

    28 Jan 2009 Reply
  • browner

    I just bought Black Water. Stunning. Every track is an absolute joy. A real treasure. I'm so glad I happened to catch a play of Navigator on Radio2 the other week. I love little finds like this.

    26 Jan 2009 Reply
  • jonaschrist

    just got his 3 CD demo, sounds pretty decent.

    18 Oct 2007 Reply

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