Southampton based, Celtic rockers, Coast announced to play Bogbain Farm on the 11th of May.

The five piece band, who are certainly no strangers to gigging in the Highlands, make no secret of their love of the area with song writer Paul Eastham identifying the Highlands as the source of inspiration for many of the songs. From the emotionally charged ‘The Ghost of Dan the Boy’ to the rock sound of ‘The Caller’, Coast has the ability to “have you dancing, singing along and then silenced and stunned with their ballads.”

Whilst there has been a recent change of personnel which has seen Andy Davey replace Steve Picken on lead guitar work on the 3rd album currently named ‘Long Way Home’ continues with a planned release in Spring 2013.

Tickets available via Bogbain Farm website.

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