Ha, ha ha - please ignore the crapptitude of the above snap.
What you can't really see there is a picture from the show I went to yesterday.
The Three Craws is usually King Creosote, James Yorkston, and The Pictish Trail singing songs that (mostly) aren't theirs and having a right old knees up.
However, Pictish was ill, so we got two Craws instead, and then substituted one Lone Pigeon for the second half of the set (as well as Uncle Beesly and OnTheFly as the rhythm section). Lone Pigeon is Gordon Anderson, of the Beta Band and The Aliens, who is a rare sight to see performing.
Songs by other Fence Collective artists were performed, there was bawdy joke telling, hilarious improvised songs, Beta Band covers, old folk tunes like Blue Bleezin Blind Drunk, Aliens covers, a rousing version of Cod Liver Oil and The Orange Juice (Hamish Imlach), and a cover of The Droving Song by a local chap who passed away recently who used to close the Pittenweem festival.
Tea and biscuits were served after a hilarious set from Gummi Bako, who opened, and did a cover of the Thundercats theme in the style of James Yorkston.
It's so lovely to go to a gig where everyone is having so much fun, on and off stage. I kinda think I've seen the end of attending crowded club gigs...