Burns Supper – Paisley



Scratchy Noises Needs you !


Findley’s dad’s burns supper is 09/02/19 in Methodist church Paisley.  Looking for a small group to ‘tune/fiddle in’ the haggis and lead a few burns songs.

If interested please add your name to comments below. I would also like to organise some practice sessions before then. Always handy to have the burns sets up to ‘scratch’ so to speak at this time of year.

UPDATE: The event will be 7pm – 10pm sharp finish.


10 Responses to “Burns Supper – Paisley”

  1. davidjstrachan Says:

    Valerie and David will be able to make it.

  2. Maureen Smith Says:

    If its the evening count me in!😉

    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone

  3. Mel Says:

    O.K. For fiddling, not so sure about singing though!!

  4. Frances Says:

    Im interested David

  5. alisononthefiddle Says:

    Happy to play at this one. Alison


  6. dave Says:

    I’ll be happy to go if it’s not fiddling exclusive 🙂 Same as Mel, not so sure about singing.

  7. Tom Fernie Says:

    Happy to come.and sing and play…..both gigs

  8. Finlay Says:

    Hi Guys

    A wee bit more details:

    6.30pm for 7pm sharp start – ending at 10pm

    Songs will be from the following:

    A Man’s a Man – 5 verses
    Rantin Robin – 5 verses with chorus
    Scots Wha Hae – 6 verses
    Green Grow the Rashes O’ – 5 verses with chorus
    Ye Banks and Braes – 2 verses
    The Star o’ Rabbie Burns – 3 verses with chorus
    Auld lang syne – probably just first verse, chorus, last verse and chorus

    Can you let me know if there are any ones you don’t have music for and I’ll see if I can get them done up.

    I’ll get a song sheet done up over the next day or so and will confirm which songs my dad will be putting in (not all will be sung).


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