Andrew Huggan

Andrew Huggan

Wee County singer/songwriter.

Posts filed under Radio

Out of Hibernation…

I hope you had a pleasant Christmas and New Year! Well, it’s been a while hasn’t it? 2015 I decided to put everything music related on the backburner, as it was a very important year for me…I finally got married! However, I’m now re-booting the musical brain cells. I have started writing again. It kinda… (read more)

BBC Radio Scotland’s “Travelling Folk”

I am delighted to have been ask to appear on BBC Radio Scotland’s flagship folk music show “Travelling Folk” this Thursday!  I’ll be nipping along to the studio on Thursday night and having a chat with Bruce MacGregor and Vic Galloway about music…they’re even gonna play a track or two from “Travels”! Listen in on… (read more)

Travels To Berwick

Well, I’m back from a great wee trip down to the lovely Berwick Upon Tweed where I was playing at the Barrels Ale House for St Patrick’s Night.  What a great trip! I got into Berwick at around 12:30 and after getting myself checked into the hostel where I was staying, I decided to take… (read more)

August Newsletter

Hiya folks!  Can’t believe it’s been a month since my last newsletter.  This year is going in far too quick for my liking! What’s Been Happening? A lot of my time has been spent working on my album “Travels” which is due out later this year.  Apart from that, I’ve been getting some practise in… (read more)

“In the Glen” Demo

Hiya! After a brilliant day at Celtic Music Radio yesterday, and the very first performance of my new song, I have made a demo of “In the Glen” which is now available to listen to on the player below.  The song tells the story of how Kirsten and I got engaged.  Not usually one to write love songs,… (read more)

Live on Celtic Music Radio and at the Roxy 171

Hello folks, It’s been a funny couple of weeks since starting the Wee County Sessions!  I’ve decided to branch the Wee County Sessions off as a seperate project from my own music and focus on showcasing local musicians from Clackmannanshire.  The Wee County Sessions now has it’s own Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts as well… (read more)

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