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Folk music Scotland

Folk singers tell stories about life, love, liberty – and often politics. Scottish folk has evolved from simple guitars to incorporate a rich blend of traditional and contemporary instruments. Celtic styles have come back into the spotlight, with many bands singing in Gaelic. Top acts like Capercaillie and Runrig fuse folk and rock together to bring Gaelic music to a much wider audience throughout the UK.

activity highlights

7th March 2015, Skye:

Seall are excited and delighted to host The Bevvy Sisters.

9th March 2015, Stirling:

The Handsome Family have been feted by the likes of Ringo Starr and covered by artists such as Jeff Tweedy, Cerys Matthews, Christy Moore and Andrew Bird.

13th March 2015, East Lothian:

Join us for a great night of Scottish, Irish & contemporary Folk Music, with Cheese & Wine.

18th March 2015, Inverness:

Cera Impala is a banjo-wielding mama who oozes wild style.

18th March 2015, Skye:

Acoustic four-piece Salt House is the meeting of four distinct musical minds from the Scottish scene.

21st March 2015, Stirling:

Acoustic four-piece Salt House is the meeting of four distinct musical minds from the Scottish scene.

26th March 2015, Skye:

The Traditional Music course at Scotland’s Gaelic College presents the annual showcase.

26th March 2015, Pitlochry:

One of Scotland’s most popular folk bands return to Pitlochry, but this time, it’s your first chance to experience their energetic folk sound on PFT’s main stage.

27th March 2015, Edinburgh:

Taking their cue from the spontaneity of the trad music session, two of our finest folk musicians sit down on stage without knowing what they will play.

28th March 2015, Peebles:

Described as a mini folk festival on stage, Scots fiddler Gavin Marwick leads a mighty 10-piece band featuring many of the finest players of traditional music in the country.


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