Live Concert 28th March Update


17 Mar 20
by Nathon Jones

Aaaron & Nathon Jones

Just a wee update to say that Aaron and I will not now be performing together tomorrow night but will, instead, be broadcasting to you separately from our own living rooms. As a result, we have rescheduled for an 8:30pm start once all the little ones are safely tucked up in bed! Don't miss it!

Our original plan was to perform together at The Vault Arts Centre however, considering the seriousness of the current situation and how important it is for us all to keep our distance to help slow the spread of this virus, we didn't feel that this was a very responsible thing to do.

We'll be kicking things off at 8:30pm, live from Newton Stewart featuring Nathon & Rhona Jones and then switching to a live performance direct from Creetown, featuring Aaron Jones.

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