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Aly Bain
Aly Bain is Scotland's supreme traditional style fiddler. His playing is unique - driving, impassioned and pure - with vibrant, unmistakable tone that has earned him a following of ardent fans throughout the world.
Scottish firebrands Breabach are one of the most talked about bands on the folk scene.
British Sitcom Guide
Guide to British Sit Coms (including reference to our own Para Handy DVD)
Buy a Warehouse teeshirt (Other colours)
Quality cotton tee-shirts in various colours with the Warehouse logo (in white) printed across the chest.
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Chris Stout
Chris Stout’s family come from Fair Isle, one of the Shetland Isles, and he lived there till 1984 when he was eight years of age, and it was during those years that he started to acquire his love and deep knowledge of the Shetland fiddle tradition first b
Christene LeDoux
"Enya-like, Christene can transport you to other lands, or bring you home to a place within your heart..."
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Dick Gaughan
Dick Gaughan has never been easy. The songs he delivers ask questions that some of the audience may have thought never existed - so they may not, instantly at least, know the answers.
Dougie MacLean
Dougie MacLean is one of Scotland's most successful, respected and popular musicians. Singer-Songwriter, Composer and 'magical' Performer, he is also a fine guitarist and fiddle player.
Emily Smith
Though only in her mid twenties, award winning Scottish singer and songwriter Emily Smith has firmly established herself as one of Scotland’s leading lights in folk music.
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Findlay Napier
Findlay Napier is best known for his work with award winning Celtic group Back of the Moon and more recently for Queen Anne's Revenge; his highly acclaimed song-writing project with Nick Turner.
Fred Morrison
AS SCOTTISH piping moves into the 21st century, Fred Morrison has carved himself an international reputation with a powerfully exuberant, highly improvisational style which combines the Gaelic piping tradition of the Uists with contemporary and eclectic i
Fribo is a unique collaboration between three musicians from Norway, Scotland and England.
Genticorum are fast becoming one of the most sought-after proponents of Québécois musical culture, firmly rooted in the soil of their native land.
Greater Speyside
The 'Greater Speyside' area in North-East Scotland treats you to an excellent mix of things to do and see with beautiful scenery.
John Goldie
Started playing guitar around six years of age, initially self-taught, gradually progressing to playing in Rock and Blues bands around twelve years old. Around this time studied music theory and harmony with a local tutor and also got involved with the da
Just Laugh
Just Laugh clubs are run and compered by comedian and Perth’s own funnyman, Bruce Fummey.
Kent Duchaine
Lauren MacColl
Since winning the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award in 2005, Lauren MacColl has gone from strength to strength fronting her trio with Barry Reid (Croft No. 5) and Mhairi Hall. Fiddle led, with the driving combination of piano and guitar, they take
Lossiemouth in Moray,Scotland.
Ranked among today’s foremost young exponents of Scottish song, Malinky combine an array of vocal talent with a highly distinctive instrumental palette, in fresh yet timeless arrangements of both traditional and contemporary material.
Mick Hanly
To a teenage boy struggling to master three basic chords on his guitar in his room in his home in the Ireland of the early ‘60s, the possibility and probability of seeing his name in the American Top Ten charts must have seemed exceedingly remote indeed.
Mike Maran
Mike Maran Productions is more like an extended family rather than an organisation. It is a meeting place where creative people who are all good friends make musical work for the theatre.
North East Arts Touring (NEAT)
NEAT brings touring arts performances to venues all over North East Scotland. Some shows are organised by NEAT, but most are run by local arts promoters with our assistance. We support performances in theatres, village halls and other venues across Aberde
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Old Blind Dogs
Over the years Old Blind Dogs have evolved and grown into one of Scotland's favourite folk bands.
Para Handy DVD for sale
Join Para Handy and the crew of the 'Vital Spark' as they embark on three new adventures...
Paul Buckley
Born in Birmingham, England on 4th November 1956, Paul was exposed from an early age to a heady cocktail of Rhythm and Blues, Swing jazz and the Folk music of the rural country blues singers.
Sarah McQuaid
Sarah McQuaid is a singer, guitarist and writer. She is the author of The Irish DADGAD Guitar Book and has recorded one album, When Two Lovers Meet.
Scott Shipley
From rock to bluegrass, folk to blues, Scott Shipley and the Lemmings weave their original sounds from a variety of musical styles.
Stayin Scotland Lodges

Stayin Scotland Lodges has a selection of self catering lodges and log cabins throughout Scotland to suit all budgets

Tahiti - A New Musical

Tahiti - a musical in two acts. Libretto, words and music by Derek Laing. Based on the novel \"South Sea Fortune\" by Sydney Walter Powell

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Tannahill Weavers
The Tannahill Weavers' diverse repertoire reflects the duality of Scotland's musical heritage. It embraces both the mystical quality of the Highlander's Celtic music, and the rollicking, sometimes even brawling qualities of the Lowlander's Anglo-Scots.
The Crooked Jades
The Crooked Jades are on a mission to reinvent old-world music for a modern age, pushing boundaries and blurring categories with their fiery, soulful performances.
The Duplets
The Duplets blend their knowledge and imagination to make music which braces tradition and their vision of contemporary harp music.
The Northern Scot

The Northern Scot was founded in 1880, is the main newspaper for Moray, and is the biggest selling weekly newspaper in the North of Scotland.

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The Outside Track
With a diverse line-up from Ireland, Scotland, Canada and England, The Outside Track combine music from all their different cultures to form a distinct and dynamic musical sound.
The Press and Journal
The Press and Journal, (P&J) was first printed back in 1748 by a man named James Chalmers and was known as “The Aberdeen Journal”. Once launched, it was published on a weekly basis for 128 years until, on August 1876, it became a daily newspaper.
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The Sorries
The Sorries are Douglas Kay (vocals, guitar, bodhran) and Martin Philip (vocals, guitar, bodhran). The duo sing, play and smile their way through a show inspired by the music of The Corries.
WildBird Productions
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Willy Clay Band