Kirkcaldy cafe to welcome Glasgow music scene veteran Howie Reeve for latest gig

A new Kirkcaldy cafe will continue its music offerings as two of Scotland’s most unique musicians take to its stage.
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Howie Reeve spent 20 years as a well regarded member of the Glasgow music scene, playing with a number of bands in the city, before going solo in 2012. He’ll appear at Couple O’ Mugs in Kirkcaldy’s Olympia Arcade on Sunday, November 19.

As a solo artist, Howie brings a taste of alt-folk and punk ethos with his acoustic bass and vocals. He has performed all over Europe and Japan and has collaborated with punk legend Mike Watt of the Minutemen and The Stooges.

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Supporting on the night is “weird-folk troubadour” Alan Davidson also known as Kitchen Cynics. Active since the late 1980s, the Aberdeen based musician has put out more than 100 releases. Tickets are available in advance for £12 from ticketsource and over the counter at the cafe.