The Outside Track - Flash Company

The Outside Track - Flash Company

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(October 2012) 11 tracks: False Knight On The Road * The Body Parts Set * Flash Company * The Testimonial * Le Petit Sarny * The Hawk And The Crow * Fishcakes And Brandy * Whitby Maid * Inisvaddy Annie * The Transatlantic * Mountain Road.

This impressive band coming from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton and Vancouver, play and sing traditional folk music with innovative flair.

Each member of the band is an expert instrumentalist and together this talented group create an energetic, quality, joyful sound.

They have an impressive amount of international awards, with Norah Rendell being a Canadian Traditional Singer Of The Year Nominee, Ailie Robertson - Live Ireland Winner and BBC Young Traditional Finalist and Fiona Black - BBC Fame Academy Winner.

The band have toured extensively in the UK, Europe, Canada and the USA, including appearances at Celtic Connections, Celtic Colours, Goderich, Memoire Et Racines, Sidmouth and Whitby Festivals.

Fiona Black (accordion, vocals), Cillian O'Dalaigh (guitar, vocals), Mairi Rankin (fiddle, vocals), Norah Rendell (lead vocals, flute, whistles), Ailie Robertson (harp, vocals).

"One of the best new harpists in the world. Mairi Rankin, singing, playing fiddle and step dancing---out of Nova Scotia and, yes, part of THAT Rankin Family. Fiona Black out of the Scottish Highlands on piano accordion. Wow! Cillian O’Dalaigh from Limerick on guitar and flute. Wow again! This is the best new group we have heard in quite a while. Stunning. This album is just the beginning. Wow! (Did we already say that?)" Bill Margeson, Tradition In Review.


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