Andrew Huggan

Andrew Huggan

Wee County singer/songwriter.

Posts filed under Songs

New Song “Down The Railway Line” Available Now

Back in August, I attend Glasgow Songwriting Festival – a weekend of songwriting workshops with Findlay Napier, Karine Polwart, Emma Pollock and Jim Hunter.  I had been struggling with “writer’s block” and basically didn’t have a clue what I wanted to do next with my music.  My grand ideas for “Project Blue” remained just that…ideas. … (read more)

“Staff Christmas Party” – Available Now!

Well, it’s here!  My first ever Christmas song “Staff Christmas Party” is now available. Having been to many a Christmas party, I felt it was time that I captured my observations and experiences in a song.  I’m sure if you’ve been to one, you’ll be able to associate with the events in the song.

So have a wee listen and enjoy!  If you want to buy it, you can download it for only 50p in my shop.

Video – Sense Of Freedom

The next video is here!  This week, I’ve performed my song “Sense Of Freedom” for you.  I hope you enjoy it, it’s one of my earlier songs and one of my favourites! Coincidentally, if you join my Kitchen Party, you will receive a free download of this song from my album, as well as regular… (read more)

Live at the Kilted Kangaroo – “Mary Ellen Carter” (Video)

Hello!  Here is yet another video from my set at the recent open mic night at the Kilted Kangaroo in Stirling.  This time, it’s Stan Rogers’ brilliant song “Mary Ellen Carter”, one of my favourite songs to sing! Enjoy, and feel free to comment below 🙂

Live at the Kilted Kangaroo – “Every River” (Video)

Hi!  This is some more footage from my set at the Kilted Kangaroo’s open mic night.  This song is Runrig’s classic “Every River”.  Hope you enjoy it, please feel free to leave your comments below 🙂

Live at the Kilted Kangaroo – “1952 Vincent Back Lightning” (Video)

Hello, hope you are well.  I took some video footage while I was at the open mic night at the Kilted Kangaroo in Stirling and thought I would share this one with you.  This is Richard Thompson’s “1952 Vincent Black Lightning”, a wonderful song about love and motorbikes. Enjoy, and let me know what you… (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 The Wee County Sessions plus Free Downloads!

Hello! It’s been a glorious day here in Alloa, even better than a lot of days through the summer!  Having no featured artists available for The Wee County Sessions, I stepped in and did a song.  I chose Robert Burns’ “Rantin’ Rovin’ Robin”, a song I have added to my set for this year and… (read more)

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