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THE Bothy Society, one of the newest shows on the station, will welcome Glasgow-based folk singer/songwriter, Lewis McLaughlin as a guest this week (Saturday, November 27.) Nominated in Trad Video of the Year sponsored by Threads of Sound in the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards 202, Lewis will be talking about the album he’s […]

Findlay Napier is one of Scotland’s finest singer-songwriters with sparkling songs that are full of earthy humour, hopeless love and biting satire. So we are grateful when he delivers new offerings though he freely admits his fourth album – It Is What It Is – certainly wasn’t planned. “I hadn’t intended to make an album, […]

Isle of Skye-based native Gaelic speaker, Bekah MacLeod (Bekah NicLeòid) begins a six-part conversation series this week (Thursday, November 11) on Celtic Music Radio while John Joe Macneil takes a well-earned break from presenting Sona le Seonaidh (Happy with John). Bekah will be chatting in Gaelic to leading lights from the world of Celtic and […]

One of Celtic Music Radio’s newest presenters is in the running for the Citty Finlayson Scots Singer of the Year Award. Cameron Nixon, our youngest volunteer, has been nominated in this category, which is sponsored by Traditional Music and Song Association in the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards 2021. Aberdeen-born Cameron is an accomplished […]

This captivating album by Glenfinnan-based harpist, Ingrid Henderson, is an absorbing musical exploration of ocean currents, migration and environmental impact while celebrating our incredible marine life, and strong cultural connections. The romantic notion of casting a message into the ocean and allowing fate, the currents, wind and nature to guide the journey and decide its […]

Stonehaven Folk Club’s Sense of the Place celebrates in style the culture, heritage and songs of the North-East. With award-winning folk musicians involved each of the ten tracks has a grounding in the coastal communities’ strip from Findon to St Cyrus and deftly explores what it is like to live on the fringes, the margins, […]

Scottish musician Scott Murray celebrated his 75th birthday in some style – by recording this marvellous album a few days later. With a background in folk, he has opted to extend his scope here in fine style to embrace R&B and jazz, genres he was interested prior to his folk days. Dave Milligan (with Karen […]

Station presenter, John Joe MacNeil has struck gold at this year’s Royal National Mod in Inverness. Awarded the prestigious An Comunn Gàidhealach Gold Medal, John Joe said: “I’m really delighted, I’ve been working on my songs for a long time so it’s lovely to be able to be back singing on a stage. “It was […]

HEISK is the self-titled, debut release from the all-female Scottish trad group where traditional influences blend with funk and pop. The six-piece regard their music as a celebration of female empowerment as it was created, produced and released by women after they noticed a lack of female representation in trad music. The energetic band comprises six […]

Celtic Music Radio will be unable to broadcast on DAB in the Glasgow area for the next couple of months. The station is facing ongoing, external technical issues and, hopefully, it can resume the service at some stage. But our festival of music can still be enjoyed on 95FM in the Glasgow area. And there […]

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