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Breabach perform Mo Thruaighe Leir thu Ille Bhuidhe live at Paisley Arts Centre

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Renowned Scottish five piece folk band Breabach perform an old Scottish Gaelic song titled Mo Thruaighe Leir thu Ille Bhuidhe live at Paisley Arts Centre. Breabach is made up of some of the countries finest traditional musicians, Calum MacCrimmon on pipes and flute, Megan Henderson on fiddle, Ewan Robertson on guitar, James Duncan MacKenzie on pipes and flute and James Lindsay on double bass. Find out more about this much celebrated outfit at http://breabach.com

In April 2017 TRADtv teamed up with Showcase Scotland Expo to capture exclusive performances at The Visit showcasing event. We filmed live traditional music sessions in Paisley (in Paisley Town Hall, Paisley Abbey and Paisley Arts Centre) and Stirling (in The Tolbooth).

The Showcase Scotland Expo team take delegates from North America to different parts of the country to soak up the history and culture and enjoy showcase performances by a selection of the most exciting contemporary traditional music artists in distinct and special venues.

Find out more about The Visit, and the participating artists including contact details for booking at http://www.showcasescotlandexpo.com/events/the-visit.

Watch more performances and other contemporary and classic traditional music at http://www.tradtv.scot.

The Visit is supported by Creative Scotland, Paisley 2021 and TRADtv.

TRADtv is proud to support Paisley’s bid for UK City of Culture 2021.



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One Response to "Breabach perform Mo Thruaighe Leir thu Ille Bhuidhe live at Paisley Arts Centre"
  1. As usual, very nice performance! And have you noticed that the Irish always seem to seek refuge to the east, on the more attractive island of Scotland (usually somewhere between Aberdeen and Dover)? Not the other way around? Just speculation, mind you. And superior malt. Maybe…

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