Goeie Zin presenteert:
Wilson & Hutton
helemaal uit Sterling Schotland
Chrissy Wilson hails from Stirling and has an expansive approach to making music; You will hear serious funk, swinging jazz , grizzly blues riffs, earthy, soulful tones alongside a hearty dose of Americana. His gritty songs are forged from the experience of living at the ‘Top Of The Town’ in Stirling; A magnificent back drop to a socially threadbare existence. A desire to escape and seek other ways of living have inspired his song writing. There’s an alchemists touch to Wilson's songs, turning seemingly bleak circumstances into rich, emotive and original stories. "If Alex Harvey had been a drug dealer in THE WIRE he would have sounded like this " Irvine Welsh (Author of Trainspotting )
Chrissy Wilson is the front man of Rail Fan , The Crystal Bethley Methodists and Vocalist to Scotland's infamous Acid House band "The Acid Ultras".
Robbie Hutton has been playing in bands since he was 11 years old, but it was only on hearing The View at 16 he realised there was nothing else he wanted to do with his life. Eight years later, the singer/songwriter from Stirling is doing just that, both as a solo performer and with his band.
Taking inspiration from artists as diverse as Jackson Browne, The Script, The Beatles, Oasis and Kodaline, as well as a more recent diversion into the country sound of Keith Urban, Zac Brown Band, Old Dominion and Luke Combs, Robbie has crafted a sound that's more than the sum of its parts, it's a sound that's all his own
With festivals like Party At The Palace, Gig In The Goil, Sruighlea Festival, Fake Festival, EH6 Festival, and slots at the legendary King Tuts and with original inspiration Kyle Falconer and a relentless gigging schedule as a headline artist, Hutton is constantly refining his craft and striving to be the best he can be. One listen to any of his current batch of songs will tell you that the sky's really the limit for what that means.