Would it surprise anybody that i voted for "other"? Though i have to say that i love Capercaille, The Corries and most Scottish Folk stuff as well. But nobody beats Runrig and "Dust" Thanks to the person who requested that
Scottish in Heart :-))
In the darkest heart the pride of man will walk allone
's ged tha mi fada bhuat cha dhealaich sinn a chaoidh
Voted as I must, but just saw a group last night who would never make the poll. They are called The Hooligans, and were at a place in Philadelphia called Maggie O'Neills. WOW, what a show! I like bands that encourage folks to join-in on the singing, the piping, and the celtic dancing!
I found their website this afternoon at www.hooligansusa.com. Interesting mix of traditional music and soccer hooligan attitude!
How about the Brobdingnagian Bards?? Excellent Irish/Scottish tunes!!
The Brobdingnagian Bards are an excellent duo from Texas!!! We have a number of their songs on the broadcast and they have been very supportive of our broadcast. Placing links on their site and providing us with a number of their CD's.
In fact, I just heard from Mark a few weeks back. He is sending us their latest CD - Memories of Middle - coming soon on the broadcast! I am really looking forward to this one!
Here is a link to their site for more information:
I'm new to the forum, just found it tonight. I voted "other" as my favorite is a group that performs primarily at American Colonial era living history events in the Eastern U.S.A., called "Father, Son and Friends". I may change my mind as I keep listening here, though.
"You can't run with the big dogs if you still pee like a puppy".
Hi Swanny, If I'm not mistaken Father, Son and Friends performed at our firstever Celtic festival in Beckley WV in August of last year. They were great. BTW... I don't think I've said hi to you since you have joined Highlander Radio forum. H E L L O...
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