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Skerryvore Upcoming Chasing The Sun Tour Dates

Skerryvore Upcoming Chasing The Sun Tour Dates

Following the success of their recent new album Chasing The Sun, Skerryvore are on the road.

Upcoming Chasing The 'Scottish' Sun gigs are as follows:

3rd October - Three Villages Hall - Arrochar
4th October - Reid Hall - Forfar
11th October - Falkirk Town Hall, Falkirk
16th October - Ironworks, Inverness
17th October - The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
18th October - Strathy Village Hall, Strathy
28th November - Rothes Hall, Glenrothes
29th November - Darvel Music Festival, Darvel
Perthshire Amber - The Dougie MacLean Festival 2014

Perthshire Amber - The Dougie MacLean Festival 2014

Friday 24th October - Sunday 2nd November

The stage is set for the 10th year of the Perthshire Amber festival featuring the finest of Scotland's musical talent and international guests.

A series of special concerts and events, over 25 wonderful Concert venues awaits.

From it's inception in 2005 by the acclaimed singer-songwriter Dougie MacLean, the festival has grown into something special, a highlight on Scotland's musical calendar.

2014 not only celebrates the 10th year of the festival...it marks 40 years for Dougie as a touring musician.

Tickets on sale now...and selling fast!
www.perthshireamber.com
The BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Award 2015

The BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Award 2015

The BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Award 2015 semi-finalists have been announced. A superb lineup of young musicians from all over the country.

The finalists are:
Lucie Hendry – clarsach (Laurencekirk)
Ryan Young – fiddle (Cardross)
Claire Hastings – Scots song (Dumfries)
Heather Downie – clarsach (Dunblane)
Rhoda Naomi Welsh – voice / piano (Stornoway)
Grant McFarlane – accordion (Paisley)
Ainsley Hamill – voice (Helensburgh)
Louise Bichan – fiddle (Orkney)
Gemma Donald – fiddle (Shetland)
Alexander Levack – whistle /pipes (Maryburgh)
Suzanne Houston – piano (Golspie)
Seamus O’Baoighill – fiddle (Skye)

Each semi-finalist will perform for 10 minutes in Coulter Hall, South Lanarkshire on October 4th at 7.30pm. Their performance will be adjudicated by five music professional judges who will select six musicians to go through to the finals at Glasgow’s Celtic Connections festival on Sunday 1st February.