Adam Ross is a songwriter based in north-east Scotland. As a solo artist and with his band, Randolph’s Leap, he is known for his trademark style of poignant, observational songs and his knack for wordplay and humour. His critically-acclaimed debut solo album, ‘Staring At Mountains’ was recorded in the unusual settings of Delgatie Castle and Todhead Lighthouse and features guest appearances from Jenny Sturgeon and Pedro Cameron (Man of the Minch). Adam is a seasoned performer, having toured the UK gig and festival circuit. His songs even became the inspiration for a touring theatre show called ‘The Isle of Love’.
“Sheer class” – BBC Radio Scotland
“One of Scotland’s most talented singers and songwriters” – Folk Radio
“Ross’s storytelling and songwriting is still second to none” – The Skinny
Music starts at 6.30pm | Ticket includes a pint, a glass of wine or a soft drink.