Welcome to Celtic Music Radio 95FM and our festival of music.

Run by music-loving volunteers, we are a community station broadcasting round-the-clock to the Greater Glasgow area and, indeed, the world.

Our programmes feature the widest range of traditional and contemporary music as well as folk, roots, Americana and world music.

And we support up-and-coming acts as best we can with our presenters always on the look-out for something new to share.

With strong links to Scottish culture and arts, we work closely with prestigious music and arts festivals to provide first-class programmes.

Our listeners are diverse and loyal – from the Glasgow area on 95FM and DAB Digital Radio and around the world from this website and mobile apps, such as RadioPlayer and TuneIn.

We have charitable status and manage to stay on air through volunteer and public donations, fund raisers and some on-air advertising and sponsorship. 

If you feel you’d like to make a donation, you can do so via Paypal:

Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you enjoy our programmes as much as we enjoy making them.



Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band – Road To Glenfinnan

The Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band are delighted to announce their third album release, Road to Glenfinnan, which brings jigs, reels, sing-a-long songs and joy direct to your home at a time when we can’t get out to enjoy ceilidhs. The band is made up of stalwarts from the traditional music scene, equally at home touring the […]


Mec Lir – Livewire

Genre-busting quartet Mec Lir exploded onto the Celtic music scene in 2014 with their debut release Not An EP, launched during their first appearance at one of the world’s largest Celtic music festivals, Festival Interceltique de Lorientin Brittany. Since then they went on to release two singles in 2016, have appeared at festivals all around […]


Rachel Walker – Gaol

Rachel Walker is a singer, songwriter, arranger and educator based in the heart of Lochaber in Scotland’s beautiful West Highlands. At home with both Gaelic and English, she encountered the Gaelic tradition at a young age, after her family moved from Lincolnshire in England to the small village of Kinlochewe in Wester Ross. It was […]

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