Monthly news summary of all the happenings and up and coming events in the Scottish Traditional Music scene.
Vatersay Boys ((An Rathad a Bhatarsaigh): Augmented to a four-piece, with pipes, whistles and guitar the energy-laden Vatersay Boys demonstrate their unique blend of Highland music.
The 'Boys' were nominated in the 2006 Scottish Traditional Music Awards in the Best Live Band category and, each year their ceilidhs in the Barrowlands Glasgow are sell-out shows. This surely indicates the magic they can perform onstage.
The group fronted by Michael Campbell of Vatersay (accordion) and Donnie MacNeil of Barra (drums) have gathered a fan-base for their rough, raw, no nonsense set of ceilidh dances.
|Review:||This is one truly excellent band and album. I bought it while on holiday in the Hebrides and it captures these islands magic.
I would recommend this album to anyone who loves scottish folk music
|1/1||Mist Covered Mountains|
|1/2||Tam Bain’s Lum|
|1/4||Ian Angus daughter welcome to the big wide world/Millbank Cottage? Father john MacMillan of Barra|
|1/5||Shores of Loch Bea set|
|1/6||Say you love me|
|1/7||Song for the Small Piper|
|1/8||The Road to Vatersay-|
|1/9||Miss Catherine MacLeod|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|