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May 23

Liz Clark Inducted into the Trad Hall of Fame!

We are so proud of our ain Auntie Liz Clark. For today she was inducted into the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame! From that website:   Though she was born in Rutherglen, it was growing up around the traditions of the North-East of Scotland is what gave rise to Liz Clark’s passion for traditional …

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May 22

Studio Guests Tues 23rd May- Joy Dunlop from LAS 8-9pm. & James Lindsay 9-10pm on Travels With My Auntie Liz

Guest on Travels With My Auntie Liz on Tuesday 23May 2017 are Joy Dunlop from the band  LAS for 8-9 and  James Lindsay from 9-10 Both have stunning new albums just out – so listen in to hear some of Scotland’s finest young musicians from trad to jazz!            LAS (meaning ignite) are an …

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May 20

Studio Guest – Adam Sutherland – Tues 23 May with the Phat Controller Iain Copeland 10- midnight

Iain Copeland – aka – ‘The Phat Controller’Studio guest on Tuesday 23 May – Adam Sutherland – from 10 till midnight. Adam is coming in for a chat and a catch up with Iain!     Adam comes from Errogie on the south shores of Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland.  In his early 30s, …

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May 20

Christy Moore – ‘Lily’ – Album of The Week -20th May 2017

Christy Moore ‘Lily’ Album of the week on Celtic Music Radio 20 May 2017 Produced by Declan Sinnott, Lily features ten new songs. Lily starts the story-telling with Christy’s early memories of County Kildare, and the album takes us on a journey across the water and back home again with songs from Christy, Peter Gabriel …

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May 20

Freereelin – Friday 9th June

Freereelin join our house concert series on Friday 9th June. Freereelin’ are a 3-piece ceilidh band of experienced musicians whose passion is for great music, energy and fun. They are all multi-instrumentalists, our most common line-up being fiddle (Lesley Thompson), guitar (Davy Lees) and percussion (Stuart McQueen). They provide ceilidh music, performance sets or background music to suit your …

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