Band's sell-out debut gig
A band who met several years ago in Newtongrange and made their debut appearance in 2010 at the Acoustic Music Centre, as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
That debut appearance at the Fringe sold out.
That entrance into the world's biggest arts festival came only four years after they met at Newtongrange Folk Club.
The four-piece folk band, who play traditional and contemporary material also completed their debut album called "Quiet Joys".
Band member George Archibald, who hails from Newtongrange, said: "We are from different backgrounds, but we obviously share a passion for good music."
Playing alongside the Nitten native are Aberdonian Charlie Milne and May and Jim Weatherston, who are from Edinburgh.
George added: "We just love being involved with the Fringe and get a buzz out of it each year."
"May and Jim are married (to each other) and Charlie and Jim - who have written some cracking songs, many of which we do now, met as youngsters at Boroughmuir School and played music together under what they say was 'the excruciating name' of The Borough Boys."
Since those early days the group has played in Aboyne, Glasgow, Melrose, Kirkcaldy, Dalgety Bay, Dunfermline, Linlithgow, Innerleithen and of course Edinburgh.