SHARON KING and the Reckless Angels

SUPPORT SLOTS available to under 18's for Scottish Village Hall Tour.


Sharon King and the Reckless Angels are offering young local musicians a chance to shine during our 14 day Scottish Village Hall Tour. Please get in touch if you would like an opportunity to perform for up to 15 minutes at one of the halls during our tour.

Support slots so far confirmed:

Tyninghame Hall: Tammy Miller.

Traquair Hall: Holly Powers.

Pathhead Hall: Lauren Pearson and Tammy Miller.

Canons Gait: Cera Impala.



Applicants must be under 18 years old.

The offer is for 1 support slot per person / group, per night. (sorry we cant accommodate drum kits or bands with over 3 members, unless you are a choir or group who require no technical set up)

The applicant must be able to perform between 3 to 10 minutes of music, in up to, 2 or 3 pieces.

The stage time is 15 minutes which must be adhered too. The 15 minute time slot includes set up and set down, and must fit with the main acts PA requirements and stage set up (i.e in addition to the main act and without causing disruption to their set up)

The applicant must live locally to the village hall.

There is no budget to pay support acts, the incentive is for young musicians to gain experience and have a chance to perform.

The applicant will have free entry and one guest ticket.

There will be no soundcheck for applicants, however here will be a 5 minute line check immediately prior to performance.

Applicants, where possible, will be included in local press info and will be notified of their successful application asap.

Applicants must be willing to adhere to the above conditions and must have permission of a parent or guardian.

Please apply through the contact page on the website, stating your name, band name, postcode, contact number, age, instruments, if material is original or not, number of performers and expected duration of your performance.

Closing date 15th June. Successful applicants will be notified by 17th June.

Good Luck!






I am very sad to have to postpone my Australian Tour for Feb / March 2013. This is due to an ongoing serious family illness.  Please contact us for more bookings or info.

Celtic Connections was an amazing night for us and we really did receive a wonderful warm welcome from the Tron Theatre and the audience. Lots of CD sales and lots of new fans. Please do keep in touch if you are new to the band by adding your name to our mailing list

Big Burns Supper we were sorry to cancel this gig, the timing could not have been worse with the recent up-heavel due to a family illness and very much hope the organisers will have us back in future years.





The trio have expanded somewhat to include some fabulous new players.  Rowan Rheingans: fiddle, viola, banjo and vocals (Lady Maisery), Jenny Hill; double bass and vocals ( Eliza Carthy Band) and Laura Beth Salter: mandolin and vocals (The Shee), as well as Amy Geddes: fiddle, viola and vocals (Tannas) and Vera van Herringen: mandolin, guitar and vocals (New Rope String Band).  Most of the time we will continue to work as a duo or trio and the line up will include any of the above.  Every now and again, for bigger gigs and festivals we can work as the quartet. Once in a blue moon you may even see us out as a five piece. Exciting!





This is the first Sharon King and the Reckless Angels CD, and we are very chuffed indeed with it. 14 years of Sharon singing and songwriting has evolved through her debut CD 24 Hours (1999) to working with a pool of players known as The Nevernever Cowboys and, in turn, creating albums: Quiddity (2002) and Reckless Angels (2009). The Reckless Angels trio has evolved slowly and organically, its roots found in Sharon and Vera meeting at Shetland Folk Festival in 2002, working together on Reckless Angels in 2009 and touring as a duo, the addition of Scottish fiddler Amy in Spring 2011 completed the line up: small but beautifully formed.

Nothing = Everything is receiving 4 star rave reviews from national publications as well as being album of the week (and month) on local and internet radio.  The Scottish tour was an unmitigated success.








We are very pleased indeed to have been awarded a Quality Production Grant from Creative Scotland for funding towards the recording costs for NOTHING = EVERYTHING.  Thankyou!