Singer/songwriter Adam McNaughtan, a product of the Scottish Folk Revival of the 60s.
A warm and gentle voice reminiscent of Paul Simon.
Alan Reid is a founder member of the Battlefield Band.
You will find Alastair McDonald equally at home in a jazz club, folk club, variety show, theatre, concert hall or Church.
Great singing and instrumentals.
Traditional Scottish singing
Singer Of The Year at the Scots Trad Awards in 2005
Agile breathy vocals on a blend of social comment, romantisism and reflections on his Irish ancestry.
Widely-travelled singer from Glenfarg.
The classic singing Scot, Andy Stewart represents many facets of the tartan entertainer.
Longforgan-based singer Anne Pack
A singer with great interpretive flair, a songwriter whose compositions have been taken up by many of the country's leading singers and a musician of outstanding ability on several instruments.
Founder member of Ceolbeg and one of the finest Scottish revival singers.
The richly seasoned voices of Heather MacLeod, Kaela Rowan and Lindsey Black.
Rich, warm, bass singing voice of the late Bill McCue
Billy featured in top Scottish pop band Slik with Midge Ure over 30 years ago.
Billy Ross has one of the most relaxing voices on the Scottish traditional music scene and is highly regarded within the Gaelic community
Hewerdine has been writing songs for some years.
Bruce has been building quite a name for himself over the years in the singers sessions at the Reel in Kirkwall.
Scotland's top tenor group.
Top Scottish entertainer of the 50s and 60s
A teenage close-harmony Gaelic singing group from Inverness.
Archie and Cameron have been singing together for some considerable time, including T.V. and radio appearances.
In only 2 years this singer songwriter from the Scottish Borders has achieved considerable success and garnered some great praise.
Scotland's bouzouki-playing bard!
Singer-guitarist Dave Whyte, a founder member of the award winning folk group Ceolbeg
Scottish born Canadian songwriter
Davie also plays smallpipes and accordion.
The late Davie Stewart was one of Scotland's 'travelling people' and was a real character who sang and played melodeon as he travelled around the country, visiting fairs and festivals.
The Old Blind Dogs percussionist exercises his songwriting and vocal talents derived from his blues background.
Local hero Davy, of Coinneach fame.
Dick Gaughan is one of the most highly respected folk singers in the United Kingdom.
Donald has lived all his life on Islay, but he has performed in many parts of the world since winning the National Mod Gold Medal in 1952.
Writer of 'Caledonia' amongst hundreds of other great songs.
The lead singer with the Picts
Once lead singer of Fairground Attraction.
Elizabeth has been collecting Shetland songs for years.
Eric Bogle has scored more awards than hot dinners!
Breabach singer guitarist.
Sydney MacEwan was born in Glasgow in 1908 to a Scots-Irish Catholic family.
Orkney-based Frank has a huge fan-base.
Songs from Fiona, in Gaelic and English.
BBC Radio Scotland's Beechgrove Garden presenter
One of Glasgow's most popular entertainers was the great Glen Daly.
Jo Philby Hones Several Crafts in Orkney
Moira was awarded the O.B.E. for services to Music and also holds the Gold Badge of Merit from the British Academy of Songwriters and Composers.
Sam progressed from a Paisley Abbey choirboy to featured soloist with the nationally famous Paisley Male Voice Choir
Best known as a member of the folk group Sangsters
Scotland's famous folk duo
Large selection CDs featuring the songs by the Scottish Bard Rabbie Burns