Including Donnie Munro, Calum Kennedy, Ivan Drever, Archie Fisher, Gerry Rafferty, Jim Reid, Glen Daly and more Scottish singers.
The legendary Glasgow songwriter. Adam's compositions include The Yellow On The Broom, The Jeely Piece Song and Oor Hamlet.
The Cocklers (Songs From A Time And Place) is the latest album release from veteran singer and songwriter, Alan Bell.
Adventures Of John Paul Jones relates the life of the Dumfriesshire-born sailor who achieved notoriety during the American War of Independence.
Andy Stewart was one of Scotland's best loved entertainers. He hosted the television show The White Heather Club in the 50s and 60s.
A Silent Song is an album of Archie Fisher's own songs and other contemporary sonwriters. Scottish folk singer and former host of BBC Radio Scotland's Travelling Folk show.
The Road Never Questions is a compilation of tracks chosen by Brian McNeill, from his time with Battlefield Band, and before and after.
Brian O hEadhra
A mixture of traditional and original songs from Scotland and Ireland, in both Scottish Gaelic and English.
A Jacobite By Name is the latest release from up and coming Scottish Tenor Cailean McLean.
(Scotland) A Part Of Me and more.
Calum, the great singer from Lewis, won the Mod Gold Medal in 1955 and became a household name through his Calum's Ceilidh TV series.
Long considered one of the great folk voices of our time, Dick Gaughan is acknowledged as one of Scotlands most outstanding musicians.
Latest live album An Turas (The Journey) from the former Runrig frontman. Previous release Heart Of America was voted STMA Album Of The Year 2006. ...
Colourblind is a diverse collection of songs from the Glasgow-born singer-songwriter, with co-writer and musical collaborator Cy Jack.
Member of Breabach, and winner of the 2008 BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Of The Year award.
Scottish contemporary folk singer (formerly a member of Back Of The Moon), with Nick Turner and The Bar Room Mountaineers.
Frank's strong tenor voice and masterful guitar playing instantly enthrall audiences far and wide.
Songs collected by - and tributes to - Scottish poet, songwriter and collector Hamish Henderson.
Eas is the sixth solo album release from Lewis-born Iain.
Fields Of Dreams from the songwriter known as Mull's Singing Shepherd. With guest musicians.
Ian Bruce has been on the folk scene since 1979 - the bumper CD and DVD pack Hits And Pieces celebrates his first thirty years.
The singer-songwriter's love of his island home of Orkney, its heritage and people are evident in his latest collection of original songs.
James Grant And The Hallelujah Strings - Latest release recorded live at Celtic Connections 2016.
Blues / folk / rock from the West Highlands.
Latest release from Jim is a pleasing selection of old and modern Scottish folk songs performed by Jim and recorded live in Perth August 2015.
The late Angus folk singer whose music evokes the romance and humour of North East Scotland.
The celebrated tenor singer Kenneth McKellar, with many of his favourite Scottish songs, including the two Scottish Journey albums.
Latest release Sark O' Snaw from one of Scotland's finest Scots traditional singers.
Mike Whellans is a consummate bluesman - a brilliant songwriter, a sharp singer and a mean hand at the guitar.
Latest release Hug from the singer-songwriter whose songs conjure up vivid images of Scottish life - full of wit, perception and tenderness.
Latest re-release Do You See The Lights, plus five other albums on Neon Records.
Robin Hall and Jimmie MacGregor
One of their earliest recording from 1960's, this popular duo accompanied by the Galliards features some of their trademark Scottish songs.
Road Of Bones is the third album from one of Scotland's most interesting songwriters, with ten songs beautifully crafted, rich in character and story.
Popular songs from the accordionist entertainer, including Memories Of Scotland on CD and DVD.
Melodic songs and instrumentals from Glasgow based singer/ songwriter and instrumentalist Rowan Ross.