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Runrig – Their Story & Mine

On 29th January 2016, Scotland’s premier folk rock band Runrig released their 14th and final studio album “The Story“.  It’s a very reflective album, and the songs featured on it look back over their incredible 40+ year career with a…
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Dougie Maclean’s “Turning Away”

Hiya, The snow is falling and it’s cold outside, so here’s a wee video to keep you occupied. This is probably my favourite song by Dougie Maclean, “Turning Away”, and I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as…
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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!…
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Supporting Skerryvore

Just when I think that 2013 is all wrapped up, an excellent opportunity pops up.  I’m delighted to be supporting fantastic folk-rock band Skerryvore at Stirling’s brilliant venue The Tolbooth, this Saturday (21st December).  I supported them a few years…
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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…
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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…
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Video – Scarecrow Song (James Grant cover)

This song has to be one of my favourite songs to sing.  I first heard this on Ewan Robertson’s solo album “Some Kind Of Certainty” and have loved it ever since.  I hope you enjoy my rendition of it!

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…
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