The Fiere Deems is the latest incarnation of Cruden Bay Folk Club’s all-female voice choir. With its roots stretching back nearly 10 years, the female members and friends of Cruden Bay Folk Club have joined together in voice and friendship to produce many memorable performances.

Now assembling under their new name, the Fiere Deems meet every Tuesday evening. Their aim is to learn a three part harmony song to perform at the folk night, or record for our zoom folk nights, and also to have fun, friendship and even a cup of tea. The group is open to anyone who enjoys singing. You don’t have to be a confident singer, we support each other and never expect anyone to hold a harmony alone unless they want to try taking a solo work together on new material to perform at club nights and events.

Members to contribute £11 per calendar month to help cover the costs of room rental, refreshments, music scores etc but if you would like to come along for a taster session with no-commitment to see if it’s something you would enjoy then join us any Tuesday evening.

If you come on the first Tuesday of any given month you will be able to join with us as we start learning a new song.

For more details contact Janet Sharp [email protected]

Here’s another couple of samples from the Cruden Bay Folk Club Archives of earlier incarnations of the Fiere Deems, the Zulu song was recorded at a regular club night in the Kilmarnock Arms Hotel away back when the club first started in 2012, and Follow the Herron Home was performed during a Scottish Week performance at Peterhead Community Theatre back in 2013.