Scots Trad Live Act of the Year 2017

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    Thanks! Glad you enjoy the pipes! 👌🏻🎶🎶🙂…
    Today marks the third anniversary of the Manchester Arena Attack. This song was written in memory of Eilidh MacLeod from Barra, a young, bright and talented piper and Highland Dancer with a wonderful future ahead of her.
    We’ve recorded this from our homes. The harsh storms set against the peace and joy that the voyage of life entails is what this song is about. This storm will pass and the golden stars will align again. Until we hope this song gives some comfort.…
    Stunning evening!
    Gutted our Stirling gig postponed till 21/08/21 However, gigs and livelihoods we’ve lost can be rescheduled and rebuilt but lives lost cannot be postponed or rebuilt so stay safe and we’ll see you next year. Anyone who can’t make the new date please contact their ticket provider.…
    • 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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