Bob Liddle is a musician from Kelso, his main instrument being accordion but also plays guitar, bass, keyboards and drums and is also a piper with Kelso Pipe Band. Having started playing in bands at the age of 14 with the late well-known Frankie Mallen’s band “The Border Wanderers” from Kelso, Bob started his own band “The Ace Of Clubs” which played very successfully throughout the Borders in the 70s and 80s. More recently Bob plays solo throughout the area doing both ceilidh and modern music with accordion, guitar and vocals and also is the leader of the “Blackthorne Ceilidh Band”, which includes accordionist Charlie McIntee from Kelso and fiddler Louise Douglas from Stow. Bob has also 4 CDs to his name, the most recent “Softly Flows The Tweed” and thereafter “Kale Water” having both been exclusively written by Bob and both CDs being nominated in the top 6 at their respective yearly Accordion & Fiddle Awards Ceremonies. Bob is a relative new-comer to radio presenting, his “Bob Liddle’s Box and Fiddle Show” is less than a year old.
Classically trained in piano and cello from an early age, I hungered for melody and song, finding my voice and picking up other instruments along the way – anything that could sing. Music lives in me and through me. In fact, I believe that we are all the very music of life – breathing, beating- hearted glorious things! To this day, I do not know what is more beautiful – the song itself or the rich afterglow of the following silence.
Tom Russell is rightly known as “The Godfather of Rock”. His broadcasting career began when Richard Park invited him to Radio Clyde (1981 – 2006) where he hosted the long running Friday Night Rock Show. In this time he interviewed many of the greats Ozzy, Bon Jovi, Iron Maiden, Metallica to name a few. Jay Crawford then invited him as first choice […]
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Born in Aberdeen, Cameron is a twenty two year old Scots singer and fiddle player. Cameron started singing and playing the fiddle when in primary school. Growing up in a family surrounded by folk and classical music, Cameron decided to embrace both genres. His love for presenting on stage has led him to explore the world of radio presenting.
I have ben presenting a radio show for a short time, started on Celtic Music Radio one Bank holiday to cover for Alex Jenkins, before that I was looking after technical things to keep the station on air. Since covering for Alex he hasn’t had his show back on a Friday morning at 8am where […]
I came to join Celtic Music Radio by a strange route, “They won me in a Raffle” and I stayed. That in 2010 and since then I have had a great time either on air doing a show or out on live broadcasts, or even just trying to help with fundraising to keep the station […]
Moira enjoys presenting her programme on Celtic Music Radio, playing a mix of singer/songwriters, both Scottish and international from several genres of music along with covers, traditional and requests from her regular listeners.