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Skerryvore Decade

Skerryvore Decade

Skerryvore Launch Gig Of The Decade

A date for your diary... 30 05 15!

SKERRYVOREDECADE is a celebration of Skerryvore’s 10 years of success, live gigs and music.

Featuring some of the band’s favourite tracks since forming in 2005 as well as new collaborations with other artists and guests including the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, Sharon Shannon, Scott Wood Band, Skipinnish and more to be announced.

SKERRYVOREDECADE will take place from 3pm on 30th May 2015 at Oban's Mossfield Stadium and a limited number of early bird tickets will go on sale from Friday 6th of February at noon (12.00) .

Tickets on sale from 6th February 2015...don't miss out!

"As a band we really wanted to mark our 10th year by holding the biggest and best Skerryvore gig to date. After researching different locations we chose Mossfield Stadium as Oban is the heart of Argyll & Isles and it felt natural to return to the region that was so prominent in the early development of the band. We are delighted to be joined by some of the most respected and creative musicians in the trad music scene that we have become friends with during our musical journey over the past decade. Having these friends being part of our special event will only add to the festival feel and help make it a Skerryvore celebration of past and present – with a few surprises thrown in for good measure!” Daniel Gillespie, founding member and accordion player.

The BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Award 2015

The BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Award 2015

A huge congratulations to singer Claire Hastings from Dumfries on winning the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician for 2015.

The final of the competition was held as part of the superb Celtic Connections Festival in Glasgow, with each finalist performing a 15 minute set.

The other finalists for the Young Traditional Musician title were singer Ainsley Hamill (singer)from Cardross, Gemma Donald (fiddle player) from Shetland, Heather Downie (clarsach) from Dunblane, Ryan Young(fiddle) from Cardoss and Seamus O Baioghill (fiddle player) from Skye.

Claire was "absolutely overwhelmed" to be named the winner.

She has a degree in Scottish Music from The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (now The Royal Conservatoire). Claire is involved in several teaching projects.

She is currently singing in a duo alongside Robyn Stapleton (2014 winner of this prestigious award), and also in the newly-formed band Top Floor Taivers.
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