Following a sell-out show in May, three unique acts will perform at Kirkcaldy’s Adam Smith Theatre next month as part of Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer, the night curated by renowned Fife-based musician James Yorkston. Tomorrow night hosts an eclectic billing including celebrated American singer-songwriter and musician Josephine Foster, one of Scotland’s best known spoken word performers Jenny Lindsay and award-winning Irish songwriter, story teller, composer and singer Adrian Crowley. Josephine spoke with The Fountain about performing on Saturday as well as her anticipation for the evening.

TF: You’re on the bill for Tae Sup wi’ a Fifer this week, what’s your plan for your slot? 

Ailbhe NicOirteach will accompany me on violin.  I will play selections from my recent album, Faithful Fairy Harmony.

TF: Have you performed for James Yorkston afore or is this your first time joining him in Kirkcaldy? What is it about these nights that sees you on the bill?

 I haven’t had the chance before, and am eager to discover the nature of his series and glad to be a part!

TF: And to be joining the likes of Adrian Crowley and Jenny Lindsay, it makes it quite a bill?

Yes, all new folks to me and looking forward to hearing them! 

TF: What are you looking forward to most from this night?

Being in a town I’ve never seen, and meeting these new people, will surely be a wonderful surprise for me.

TF: Are we to be indulged with any further tours of your work in the near future, Josephine? 

At the moment, there are no plans but one never knows.

Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer ft Josephine Foster, Jenny Lindsay and Adrian Crowley is on Saturday 15th June, Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy, 8pm

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