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Traditions Cafe has added a second show by Scottish group Battlefield Band after the first show April 8 sold out...April 8 and 9, at Traditions Cafe and World Folk Art, 300 Fifth Ave...Tickets for the Wednesday, April 9, show are $20 for general
After an absence of 3 years, the Ojai Concert Series is excited to announce the return of Ojai's favorite Scottish touring band. John Slavin The Battlefield Band will be performing on Wednesday, March 27th, 7: 00PM at the Ojai Valley Woman's Club.
songs about Scotland results RR regular DarceysDad picks the bonniest suggestions from last week's thread, songs about Scotland Richard T Clayton Saltire of the earth we look at your favourite Scottish country music. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA We
Classical CD for newborns to inspire a love of music Recent studies have shown listening to music has a positive impact on children's cognitive development Every newborn baby in Scotland will receive a classical CD to inspire a love of music.
Violinist Nicola Benedetti to play T in the Park Nicola Benedetti will perform on the main stage at the festival Violinist Nicola Benedetti is to play on the main stage at Scotland's biggest pop and rock music event, T in the Park, it has been
Seven years on from his death from cancer at the tragically young age of 33, Martyn Bennett is still a major influence on the thriving Scottish music scene; bands as diverse as Peatbog Faeries, Treacherous Orchestra or Salsa Celtica might never have
A pronounced brogue surfaces as soon as the Grammy-winning classical guitarist speaks. It is animated, specific and informed, much like his playing. It also is a direct reference to his birth in Glasgow, Scotland. But Russell is phoning today from
Celtic Connections is known for promoting traditional Scottish music but it also has a reputation for ambitious collaborations. Even so, pitching Cream guitarist Jack Bruce with folk trio Lau is a bold step. Lau who are Aidan O'Rourke on fiddle,
Photo by John Hart Although Alasdair Fraser has called the Sierra Nevada foothills home for 21 years, the world-class fiddler has spent most of his life preserving and promoting the culture of his Scottish homeland. For Fraser's efforts to share the
Peatbog Faeries provide another reminder of the strength and variety of the Scottish music scene. They are based in the Isle of Skye, just over the water from North Uist, the inspiration for so many Julie Fowlis songs, but their approach to