On Monday 14th September at The Social, London:
Jock Scot live with Davy Henderson and in conversation with Robert Rubbish.
“Jock Scot is one of my all time heroes. A Musselburgh superstar.“ Irvine Welsh
Combat poet Jock Scot has worked with artists including The Clash, Ian Dury, Vivian Stanshall, The Libertines and British Sea Power. To mark the impending feature-length documentary Jock Scot: Services To Rock ’N’ Roll and the reissue of his album My Personal Culloden, Jock will be reading his poetry live to musical accompaniment from Davy Henderson (Fire Engines, The Nectarine No.9, Sexual Objects).
“Jock is to be the subject of a biographical film, currently being completed by Robert Rubbish and to include new interviews with Shane MacGowan, Peter Doherty, Neneh Cherry, Anna Chancellor, Suggs, Baxter Dury, Keith Allen and many more. There will be a bit of a wait as the film is due to open in August 2015.” — The Ransom Note
Jock will also be in conversation with Robert Rubbish, director of Jock Scot: Services To Rock ’N’ Roll. The event will be compered by Roy Wilkinson, author of the rock/family/forestry memoir Do It For Your Mum.
“Jock Scot is the only guy who can save both the written word and the Anglo-Scottish Union” John Cooper Clarke
Listen to the track, ‘There’s A Hole In Daddy’s Arm’ here