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Category Archive: Stewart Fenwick

Oct 16

Janey Kirk guests on Stewart Fenwick Country, Sunday 12noon

On this Sunday’s Stewart Fenwick Celtic Country Show at 12 noon, Stewart will be joined live in the studio by Janey Kirk who is one of the most established club singers in Scotland, but also has recorded a number of albums, including her latest release “Streets Of Loneliness”. In recent times she has presented her …

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Jun 29

Laura McGhee live in studio 1 on Stewart Fenwick Country

On today’s (Sunday) Stewart Fenwick Country on Celtic Music Radio will be guest Laura McGhee. Since Laura’s brave leap across the pond back in 2010, she has been touring all over America with artists such as John McEuen and Les Thompson (founding members of the Nitty Gritty Dirt band), John Carter Cash (son of country …

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Jun 06

John Hinshelwood guests on Stewart Fenwick Country

On this week’s Stewart Fenwick Country programme, Stewart talks with local singer songwriter John Hinshelwood live in the studio. John has a new album just released called “Lowering The Tone” which features mainly self penned original material. John’s finely crafted, country tinged songs have helped establish his reputation as a performer and writer of distinction.  …

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Mar 18

Suzy Bogguss on Stewart Fenwick Country this Sunday

On this week’s Stewart Fenwick Celtic Country programme, Stewart features an extended interview with Suzy Bogguss, who plays at St Andrew’s in the Square, Glasgow on Friday 11 April. Suzy will also play two nights over Easter at the Northern Nashville Caithness Country Music Festival in Halkirk, Caithness. Suzy, originally from Illinois, moved to Tennessee …

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Feb 22

Rusty Rierson talks to Stewart Fenwick this Sunday

On this week’s Stewart Fenwick Celtic Country programme on Sunday 23 February at 12 noon, Stewart will be talking with Rusty Rierson, one of the headliners at this Easter’s Northern Nashville Caithness Country Music Festival. Rusty from Kansas, USA,  is a  modern day Country & Western performer who plays the American Rodeo circuit. Rusty Rierson …

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Sep 21

Ashley Robertson live with Stewart Fenwick this Sunday

On this week’s Celtic Country with Stewart Fenwick on Sunday 22 September at 12 noon, Stewart has invited Canadian singer-songwriter Ashley Robertson into the studio for a chat and maybe a live song or two. Ashley Robertson is from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and is an internationally acclaimed artist with a unique blend of country music storytelling, folky …

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Sep 05

Nathan Carter talks to Stewart Fenwick this Sunday

On this Sunday’s Stewart Fenwick Celtic Country programme, Stewart will be talking with Nathan Carter, Ireland’s fastest rising Country star, who recently topped the Irish pop album charts with his album, “Where I Wanna Be”. Born on 28th May 1990, Nathan spent his childhood years in Liverpool and grew up in a  family with strong …

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Jul 25

Stewart Fenwick Country celebrates Faroese Day

Stewart Fenwick presents the best in Country music from around the world and here in Scotland every Sunday at 12 noon on Celtic Music Radio. To mark The Faroese National Day on Monday 29 July, Stewart will be highlighting some of the fabulous Country music coming out of the small group of islands located between …

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Jul 13

Bluegrass performer Karen Lynne with Stewart Fenwick Counry

On the Stewart Fenwick Celtic Country programme this week, Stewart talks to Australian bluegrass performer Karen Lynne and will be playing tracks from her new gospel album “Shine Your Light”. For this album, Karen travelled to Tennessee to record the album in Tom T Hall’s studio. Karen says: “This was truly the best recording experience …

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Jun 26

Stewart Fenwick Country celebrates Canada Day

To mark Canada Day on Monday 1st July, this week”s Celtic Country with Stewart Fenwick is a CanCountry special. There will be two hours of artists from across the Dominion, both old and new,  to Celebrate Canada’s 146th birthday. On 1 July  1867, Canada became a self-governing dominion of Great Britain and a federation of …

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