'Too Late'


Clair Tierney is a singer songwriter originally from the Southside of Glasgow.

The daughter of musical parents, she has been immersed in music from an early age. Together with her interest in traditional music (Tierney is an accomplished fiddler) she has graced the folk and traditional scene for the last two decades.


In 2010 she recorded her critically applauded debut album "Of the Deepest Dye" at Kyoti Studios, Glasgow with producer Mark Freegard.

In 2015 Tierney took part in Argyll-inspired collaborative album "Into the Wild Country" with Producer Joe MacLinden and Grammy award-winning David MacDonald. The album was described thus "a satisfying, wistful melancholy running through the gentle folk pop and country balladeering of this haunting collection" The Scotsman.

Tierney has performed with The Scuffers (backing vocals, tenor banjo, fiddle), backing vocals for Alt Indie band The State Broadcasters, and vocals and fiddle live and on second studio album "Storr" by Alt Country band The People.

She has poetry and lyrics published in Southlight Magazine and in Northwords Now.





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