Two of Aberdeen and the UK’s finest musicians Steve Crawford & Spider MacKenzie are delighted to be back at the Blue Lamp. In 2019 the pair relocated first to Nashville to rehearse in the city’s historic East Side, soaking up all the muse this musical heartland has to offer. From there they travelled on to Moon House Studios in Austin, Texas to work with veteran musician-producer and former Texan musician of the year Chris Gage. The result is music stylistically drenched in Americana set to lyrics that spin stories from their Scottish motherland. The result was their long awaited second album “Celticana”. It was released in June 2020 to critical acclaim from press and radio.

On Sunday 24th October the duo will perform songs from “Celticana” along with many other old favourites. This show was originally planned for 2020 but circumstances prevented them.

Since this concert which falls on a Sunday evening, it will have a relatively early start time.

Doors open at 6pm and the show will start at 7pm.

Tickets are available from

“Top class music from Scotland” WAZ newspaper – Germany

"A fresh and upbeat collection, just what we need at the moment" - BBC Radio NAN GAIDHEAL

"As good a combination of vocal, guitar and harmonica as you're likely to hear" -

"I just listened to "Celticana" with Spider MacKenzie and Steve Crawford. The CD is full of great songs, great vocals and Spider's harmonica is a high spot. Put an ear on this one. You'll be glad you did" - Charlie McCoy most recorded harmonica player in history, Grammy-winning, Country Music Hall of Fame legend.

“Spider Mackenzie’s harmonica emotes the feelings that emerge from the lyrics and music of Steve Crawford. Together, the Scottish pair has introduced a version of Americana music that raises the bar for everyone.” - Texas Lifestyle Magazine

“It’s been a long time since I’ve heard a guitar and harmonica combo this good” - Fatea Magazine

“Powerful alt-country and blues arrangements from a singer with a voice with 'open-road 'Americana' written all over it” - The Daily Record

“Confident in every different style they play they serve an enticing mix of country and jazz to their enchanted audience – bluesy, funky, humorous and presented most virtuously” - WAZ newspaper – Germany