Dàimh perform Cur A Nall live at Stirling Tolbooth (The Visit 2017)
Gaelic supergroup Dàimh perform their stunning track Cur A Nall live for an audience at The Tolbooth in Stirling as part of The Visit 2017. Dàimh is made up of five musicians, all based around The Isle of Skye and West Lochaber, with Ellen MacDonald on vocals, Angus MacKenzie and Gabe McVarish on bagpipes and fiddle, Ross Martin on guitar and Murdo Cameron on mandola. Find out more about the unique gaelic folk outfit, their releases and upcoming shows at: https://www.daimh.net/
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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should have worn a kilt IMHO?
Only thirty one likes – waht’ wrong with the world. C’est magnifique!!!