Award winning Scottish songwriter, Michael Cassidy returns to the Highlands to play The Tooth & Claw in Inverness in November.

We are delighted to be bringing Michael Cassidy back to Inverness following on the success of his recent jaunt with Colin Macleod he is coming to the Highlands as part of a headline Scottish tour.

Michael will play The Tooth & Claw in Inverness on Friday 23rd November and we will announce the local support soon!

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Michael Cassidy is a Glasgow-based singer/songwriter whose brand of acoustic folk is characterised by his fragile, tender voice and intimate lyrics – all delivered in his distinctive Scottish brogue.  He cites a great variety of influences including folk heavyweights Rufus Wainwright and John Martyn, along with the Traditional-Scottish music he was raised on.

In support of the release of his debut album ‘ My Electric Heart’ in 2015 – Michael toured extensively including support slots with Ben Howard, Nathaniel Rateliff and Amy MacDonald. Michael was also awarded the Gerry Rafferty songwriting prize in 2012 for his track ‘The Men Who Stood Beside Me In The War’.

Currently touring in support of a brand new EP ‘I Never Made It’, Michael recently embarked on a Highlands and Islands tour in September 2018 with Colin MacLeod, playing to sold out audiences in Orkney, Stornoway, North Uist & many more.


Tickets for Michael Cassidy at Tooth & Claw, Inverness available here.

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