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Scottish Gaelic Song sung by Julie Fowlis

A language so beautiful doesn’t deserve a slow death. As a Scotsman, i have personally taken it upon myself to learn my native tongue. 133 more words


News: BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2015 summary

The biggest names in folk music gathered in Cardiff for the 16th annual BBC Radio 2 folk awards; the ceremony was presented by Mark Radcliffe and Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis, live from the venue in front of an audience of 1600. 383 more words


Farr Conversations.

This is the sort of post you would really like to write in situ trying to capture the buzz of the evening but needs must and it was a long trek home but so worth the effort. 968 more words


Happy New Year

Apologies that I am a day late in wishing everyone a happy and successful New Year. May you achieve what you want to achieve in the year ahead. 144 more words



The 16th Annual Scottish Music Awards took place last night (29 Nov) at Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket, with the primary function of raising funds for charity… 969 more words

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Artist Q&A: Julie Fowlis

Julie Fowlis, a singer from the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, will bring her traditional and cultural music to the Fox Cities P.A.C. on Oct. 25. 369 more words

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EILE's #IndyRef Anthem: Julie Fowlis – Touch The Sky

Here at EILE, and like many others in our part of the world, we’ve been following the Scottish independence campaign. Now that many Scots are heading to the polling booths today, we’ve decided to mark the occasion with some brilliant Scottish musical talent! 54 more words