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Album Of The Week – Marcas Mac an Tuairneir ‘Speactram’

Celebrated writer and Gaelic language advocate, Marcas Mac an Tuairneir, confirms his place in the vanguard of Gaelic song and song writing with this innovative new body of work. Speactram is very much regarded as a watershed moment for the Gaelic music scene as it revives the Gaelic popular music tradition, bringing it back into […]

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Sounds Celtic – Moira Kerr Interviews Rab Noakes and Brooks Williams

The highly acclaimed Trans-Atlantic singer/songwriter collaborators, Rab Noakes from Scotland and American Brooks, played at The Glad Café in Glasgow recently, delivering a sparkling set. The duo share a passion for acoustic roots rock, hook-laden songwriter pop, and folky Americana.Although they met in Glasgow in 2018 when Rab sang backing vocals on Brooks’ Lucky Star recording, their […]

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Barry Nisbet and The Springbank Voyage

A skilled guitarist, fiddler and songwriter, Shetlander Barry Nisbet is inspired by stories, both historical and contemporary. Performing in dialect and English, his songs give a sensitive, occasionally humorous take on past and contemporary events. Nisbet’s fiddle style derives from the local Cullivoe Fiddlers tradition. As likely to be seen at the wheel of a […]

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.

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Album Of The Week – Marcas Mac an Tuairneir ‘Speactram’

Celebrated writer and Gaelic language advocate, Marcas Mac an Tuairneir, confirms his place in the vanguard of Gaelic song and song writing with this innovative new body of work. Speactram is very much regarded as a watershed moment for the Gaelic music scene as it revives the Gaelic popular music tradition, bringing it back into […]

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Barry Nisbet and The Springbank Voyage

A skilled guitarist, fiddler and songwriter, Shetlander Barry Nisbet is inspired by stories, both historical and contemporary. Performing in dialect and English, his songs give a sensitive, occasionally humorous take on past and contemporary events. Nisbet’s fiddle style derives from the local Cullivoe Fiddlers tradition. As likely to be seen at the wheel of a […]

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Album of the Week – The Often Herd ‘Where The Big Lamp Shines’

The Often Herd, a four-piece band from Newcastle, mix boldly contemporary and soothingly familiar sounds on their latest release, Where The Big Lamp Shines. Their ten tracks are steeped in personal experience while drawing from a wide pool of influences ranging from old-time to psychedelia with fiery instrumental skills evident throughout as well. The band […]


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