Rab Noakes
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Rab Noakes returns to AMC with a show based on his well-received 2015 album I'm Walkin' Here. Rab had a challenging time in 2015 and wasn't available for last year's Fringe. He's back this year, sounding as good as, if not better than ever. MusicFootnotes.com said in February 2016: 'his song evolution is interesting and his songwriting has evolved and deepened with more subtle undertones and story filled lyrics'. Neil McFadyen of FolkRadioUK.co.uk wrote following a show in November 2015: 'Rab Noakes in concert is an event that every lover of acoustic music should make the most of'.

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