Quirky Jade is a trio of singers from the West of Scotland, Joni, Aileen and Izzi. They sing mainly unaccompanied and cover everything from their own original perspective from traditional and folk from Scotland (including Burns and Gaelic), medieval music and African songs. They have now added contemporary material such as the Proclaimers, Christy Moore and Elvis Costello.
They first came together in 2003 to sing at a wedding in the world famous A listed Robert Adam Church in Kirkoswald, near Culzean Castle. They never expected then that they would be finishing their album “Quirky” in late 2011 in Lanarkshire’s Foundary Music Lab with Graeme Duffin, (guitarist with Wet, Wet, Wet) producing.
Along the way they have built up an excellent reputation whether singing in the Scotia Bar in Glasgow, or the Royal Concert Hall on the Open stage this year at Celtic Connections, as well as folk clubs in Dunblane, East Kilbride and Stonehaven.
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