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    Scots Trad Live Act of the Year 2017

    Gig Diary

    210518 Barrowlands Full
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    Only a handful of tickets left for @HebCelt tonight! We are all soundchecked and ready to play! Tickets here - hebceltfest.com/booking/
    ***NEVIS CENTRE FORT WILLIAM*** Our first live performance of Alive was in The Nevis Centre Fort William. We're looking forward to doing it all again on Sat 11th August! Tickets available here -... youtube.com/watch?v=YKvaJ0…
    ***Guess Where?*** Two tickets for Queens Hall Dunoon for guessing out destination tonight on the boat. Winner will be picked from those with correct answer. Extra chance of being picked for best accompanying comment! Please like, comment and share!
    ***SKIPINNISH CEILIDH HOUSE NEWS*** We are very pleased to announce that earlier today we concluded the sale of the business and an extended lease of the Skipinnish Ceilidh House to an exciting new Oban company. It was not an easy decision... skipinnish.com/live
    ****NEW DATES ANNOUNCED**** Remaining tickets for the Nevis Centre on the 11th of August are now live on the link below. We cannot wait to be back in Fort William!... eventbrite.hk/e/skipinnish-l…
    The Barrowland gig was a highlight of last year and we cannot wait to return in September! Last batch of tickets go on sale this Friday at 9am! Here’s a wee reminder of the atmosphere!! youtube.com/watch?v=J0yjQj… youtube.com/watch?v=J0yjQj…
    • 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

    • 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

    • 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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