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    Scots Trad Live Act of the Year 2017

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    • 301118 Inverness Promo
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    2 years ago we were celebrating after the chart success of Alive! Time flies when you don’t have a clue what you’re doing!:-) And it certainly doesn’t feel like nearly 14 years ago we had the legendary Robbie Shepherd out on Tiree... bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0…
    ** NEVIS CENTRE TONIGHT ** Skipinnish are on the first shift this year playing from 8.30 – 10PM so get in early to hear us from the start. After Skipinnish, the amazing Skerryvore will take over bring the night to a rip-roaring finish!
    Our thoughts today are with the brave men who 100 years ago today lost their lives in the most tragic and cruel circumstances imaginable. #Iolaire100 The accompanying video of our song “Iolaire” was filmed in Eden Court Theatre and... m.youtube.com/watch?v=94Tmsc…
    A special release for Christmas 2018, by the fantastic @RachelWlkr The very simple video to accompany the song celebrates the beautiful Scottish landscape and seascape. Available on iTunes here: itunes.apple.com/gb/album/id144…
    Just released a final allocation of tickets for Dumfries 29th Dec and Dunoon 31st Dec. Only a few tickets released. skipinnish.com
    Only 20 tickets left for Skipinnish Live in Dumfries. 29th Dec. Get them here to avoid. missing out 🙂🎅🏻. skipinnish.com/live
    • Atlantic Roar is the perfect example of what Skipinnish are all about, and why you need to see them live – they’re a class act, their music is outstanding, and they’re darn good fun.

      Stuart Milne, Views from the Circle

    • Skipinnish took Shrewsbury Folk Festival by storm this year presenting their high energy Celtic music alongside superb vocals and brilliant musicianship. Our audience loved them so much we invited them back for a second year. This is one of Scotland’s finest bands.

      Alan Surtees, Shrewsbury Folk Festival

    • There’s a certain expectation about a Skipinnish release that you’re going to get a mixture of cracking tune sets and songs, either in Gaelic or English, which range from sensitive to anthemic. This album certainly doesn’t let you down on any of these points, or on any other, come to that.

      Gordon Potter, The Living Tradition

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