MUSIC lovers are in for a double helping of cool sounds when Kris Drever and Eamonn Coyne come to town.
The folk duo play Crofthead Hall, Neilston, tomorrow in the last concert of the current season.
Coyne and Drever are a powerful duo who started playing together after meeting through the vibrant Edinburgh music scene.
Éamonn is from Ireland, while Kris hails from the Orkney Islands.
They have performed and toured together in the past and as individual musicians.
Their album, Honk Toot Suite, has been hailed by music critics.
Coyne has performed and recorded with a vast array of people including Siobhán and Tommy Peoples, The Wrigley Sisters, Eileen Ivers, Sharon Shannon and Gavin Marwick.
Along with traditional Irish music, Éamonn has a keen interest in other genres, including American country, old-time music, and jazz.
He also plays with the wonderful Salsa Celtica and the Treacherous Orchestra.
Meanwhile, Drever, a talented guitarist and singer, enjoyed success with his debut solo album ‘Black Water’.
The disc bagged him the Horizon Award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2007.
His second album, ‘Mark the Hard Earth’, was released on Navigator in Spring 2010.
Tickets for the gig cost £10 and are available from www.ticket-scotland.com, or The Bank, 84 Main Street, Neilston, Kool Kreations, 194 Cross Arthurlie Street, Barrhead, and Forsight Opticians, 67 Main Street, Neilston.