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Four of Scotland’s finest fiddle players meet. Bethany Reid, Jenna Reid, Lauren MacColl and Anna Massie join forces to create a rich and vibrant sound while retaining all the...More
The Shoogles are delighted to be returning to TradFest!Following the death of their much-loved fiddle player Angus R Grant in 2016, last year was all about remembrance,...More
Juno award-winning Canadian supergroup (2017 Instrumental Album of The Year), The Fretless continue to grow in stature around the world, seen by many as one of the...More
It was as a professional busker that Woody Pines first cut his teeth, drawing from lost back-alley anthems and scratchy old 78s of American roots music.Woody and Gill Landry ...More
Winner of the 2016 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award, and 2017 Scots Trad Music Awards ‘Up and Coming’ nominee, Skye musician and piper Brighde Chaimbeul is one of Scotland’s fastest...More
One of the most popular old-time roots acts in North America. Noted for their highly original presentation, the band have created a sonic and visual language that is very much...More
Forget lazy pastiche; this collective live and breathe their own North-Eastern style, combining western swing, country blues and ragtime hokum.What began as four friends...More
An urban Gael living in the Scottish Highlands, Mary Ann's whole life has been music. Brought up in a tenement flat full of Gaelic song and classical music on the southside of...More
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