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Our Album of the Week this week celebrates the 35th anniversary of the excellent Greentrax Recordings.Greentrax Recordings – Top Scottish singers and musicians – is an 18-track compilation, first released in 1989 as a showcase for the then-fledgling label, went on to be a bestseller. It recently went out of print and is now been […]

Samuel Alexander Barbour’s debut album called ‘Let’s Join Hands’ is our Album of the Week (from July 3.) The nine-track release by the Scottish singer/ songwriter, who now lives in Hong Kong and works as a teacher, has an Americana, folk sound to it. Award-winning Sam’s songs have regularly featured in country music charts. ‘Let’s Join […]

Our current Album of the Week is ‘Tricky Terrain’ by the award-winning folk/rock band, Reely Jiggered. It is the third sparkling release by Alison and Fiona McNeill and Scott McLean, and it takes its inspiration from the band’s travels and their home by the River Clyde with Alison’s compositions and lyrics offering a reflection of […]

Station presenter Bob Leslie is pleased that one of his songs is to appear on the next album by popular Canadian musician, Brad Tuck. The song is ‘Lands o the Sioux and the Cree’ that features on Bob’s 2019 release, The Barren Fig.Bob, who released his fifth album In Praise Of Crows earlier this year, […]

The music on this wistful yet celebratory album unfolds fluently and confidently over ten illuminating tracks with many telling the stories of women in Rachel Baiman’s family and the relationships between them. Fiddle music may be her first love but its appearance is muted as more expansive, sonic tones persist alongside slices of country, glimmers […]

The men who have brought the lost songs of unique Scottish army regiment The London Scottish to life on a new album will be guests on Isolation Discs aka Travels With My Auntie Liz on Tuesday, May 18. Liz Clark will be in conversation with Scottish folk singer/songwriter, Ian Bruce and former commander of the […]

Celtic Music Radio is pleased to welcome new presenter, Cameron Nixon, who will be at the mic on Monday evenings, starting on May 10.Aberdeen-born, Cameron is at twenty-two, the youngest member of the team. “I love being on stage but I am really excited about this new world of presenting my own show on radio […]

Paisley based singer/songwriter John Rush, who released his latest song ‘The Older The Wine The Sweeter The Grape’ on Friday, is guesting on Nikki At Noon on Monday (April 26). “He will be performing a new track live on the show as well, titled ‘Same Time On New Street’ and this is the first time […]

Joe O’Donnell, the main man of Celtic fusion band Shkayla, will be a guest on this week’s edition of Celtic Folk and Fusion (Tuesday, April 20). With fellow band member, Adrian Litvinoff, Joe will be chatting with Fiona McNeill about the album, ‘Gael’s Vision 40th Anniversary,’ which has been remixed and re-mastered. Described in one […]

Tuesday Tunes with John Joe MacNeill is celebrating its first anniversary this week (April 20). John Joe’s popular show features a pleasing, eclectic blend of old and new music from across the folk, Gaelic and world music scene. Over the past twelve months, John Joe has gone from pre-recording his two-hour programme to broadcasting live […]


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