Trails – the debut album by Roseanne Reid, Scottish troubadour and eldest daughter of The Proclaimers’ Craig Reid – announces the official arrival of a singular new voice in folk-roots music (available April 5). It was recorded in Brooklyn with an A-team of players expertly corralled by the album’s producer and an artist from fine musical stock of his own, Teddy Thompson. The album also features a guest appearance from Steve Earle, who has championed Roseanne through his songwriting camps. Pre-order Trails from March 8.
Roseanne will play her first headline London show at St Pancras Old Church, Wednesday 20 March. Support from Matt Scott.
In a busy start to 2019, Roseanne toured the UK with folk-country legend Kathy Mattea, took part in auditions for the Pilton Party in Somerset (Glastonbury Festival’s annual ‘thank you’ fundraising gig for villagers, workers and local people) and recorded an interview/performance for the new series of BBC Radio 2 The Jools Holland Radio Show. She will play a live session on BBC Radio Scotland’s Another Country with Ricky Ross in April and summer dates will include Perth’s Southern Fried Festival and the famous HebCelt festival in Stornoway.